Back by popular demand

The Australian electorate returned the Coalition to government. The opposition was last seen in the car park going through their policies and planning a few more gigs in places where they didn’t play so well last time. For the government, it was on with the show.

Tax cuts were quickly introduced, and various band members deflected audience calls for tweaks to the playlist. Both sides of politics mourned the loss of Bob Hawke and Tim Fischer, noting their policy legacies on the shape of Australia today.

Eurovision Campaign

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

Democracy Snags

Matt Golding, The Sydney Morning Herald,

The Miracle Formula

Chris 'ROY' Taylor, Herald Sun,

Untitled

William Ellis Green, Melbourne Herald,

One Job

Warren Brown, The Daily Telegraph,

Keatingesqueness

Jon Kudelka, The Australian,

Powerful Vested Interests

Johannes Leak, The Australian,

Clive Palmer's Return on Investment

David Pope, The Canberra Times,

Queensland Road Trip

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

Crowdsourcing Coalition-Style

Fiona Katauskas, Eureka Street,

Pacific Step-UP

David Pope, The Canberra Times,

Vale Tim Fisher

Sean Leahy, The Courier-Mail,