Labor's Legacy

Political beliefs always change and the Australian Labor Party had to acknowledge the public’s swing towards a more conservative agenda. Although the Leader of the Opposition dodged some of his predecessors’ more extravagant disasters, skirmishes between the political party he heads and the unions who support it were far too entrenched to disappear. Restless supporters waited for the Opposition Leader to ditch the past, move forward and say something.

Here Lies Kev

Dean Alston, The West Australian,

Rudd's Furniture

Cathy Wilcox, The Sun-Herald,

Shorten does a Bradbury

Matt Golding, The Age,

Kicking and Screaming

Jon Kudelka, The Australian,

Party Politics

Fiona Katauskas, New Matilda,

Moving Forward

John Spooner, The Age,

Craig Thomson's Burden

Cathy Wilcox, The Sydney Morning Herald,

Unions Royal Commission Ride

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

Bill Shorten Bill Shorten

First Dog on the Moon, Guardian Australia,

The Big Red Button

Fiona Katauskas, Eureka Street,