The polls were always wrong; the bigger question is what connects voter to politician in the topsy-turvy new politics.
As of October 8, 2019, gene edited plants and animals with knockouts of genes will not be regulated by the Australian government. In this week's The Gauge column, Ian Godwin explains why that's a good thing.
Robbie Sefton writes about the rich opportunities of our times, but managing the extensive risks that come with it.
Federal, state governments and regulators have devised bold plans to address electricity affordability.
Preferences will be all-important in Saturday's election: Bryce Camm says, despite all the wheeling and dealing, the choices are in our hands, along with a democracy sausage.
Farmers are not entirely satisfied with the Coalition's performance, but plenty have reservations about Labor. Could this be the year of the independents? Either way, it'll be a clincher.
With government support farmers can sustainably deliver one third of the carbon abatement required by 2030 while helping reverse habitat loss.