- Kitchen Conversations
Political odd couple Mark Latham and Alan Jones – their recipe to fix the South Australian economy.
- Farm Murders
Australia’s plan to fast-track white South African refugees – should they be allowed to jump the queue?
- Pollies Jumping Ship
South Australia’s party-jumping pollies – when you don’t get what you voted for.
- Election Wash-up
What will a State Liberal Government mean for you? New premier Steven Marshall joins us in the studio.
- Election 2018 (Part 1)
The People Go to Parliament – meet the undecided voters ready to take on Weatherill, Marshall and Xenophon
- Election 2018 (Part 2)
The People Go to Parliament – undecided voters one-on-one with Weatherill, Marshall and Xenophon.
- SA Best Ad
Nick Xenophon the rapper – his new election ad has got Adelaide talking, but will it hurt his campaign.
- Council Travel
An SA mayor defends his ratepayer-funded trade missions to the Philippines, where he also met up with his online girlfriend.
- CFMEU Picnic
The staff Christmas party that could land you in jail – have Australia’s new anti-corruption laws gone too far?
- Grant Auditor General
Calls for the SA Labor Government to refund taxpayers for a $750k political campaign.
- Marriage Equality
“Thank you, Australia” – SA Senator Penny Wong joins us from Canberra.
- Candidate Costs
Nick Xenophon’s new political order – the high price of running with Mr X.
- State Xenophon
Nick Xenophon joins us in the studio to discuss his bombshell announcement that’s sent shockwaves through State Parliament.
- Public Servants
SA’s high-flying public servants – earning big salaries but can we trust their credentials?
- Hanson Burqa
Shock tactics – did Pauline Hanson go too far by wearing a burqa in Parliament?
- Citizen Barnaby
The Deputy PM refuses to resign as the citizenship crisis threatens to bring down the Turnbull Government.
Should we knock the door knockers? A public service or just spruiking the Government’s electoral message?
- Foreign Pollies
The dual citizenship fiasco – our state MPs who’d be thrown out if they were federal.
- Waters Breastfeed
She was the first woman to breastfeed in Federal Parliament. Now, she’s done it while also moving a motion.
- Andrew Bolt Assault
Does free speech exist only for the Left? Andrew Bolt hits back after being assaulted at a book launch.
- Alcohol Ad Ban
Too stupid for words – how our state MPs unwittingly passed a bill that would smash major industries, sports teams and community groups.
- Leesa Vlahos
The bungling SA minister they can’t sack – secret deals that keep her in the job and the powerful union that really runs our Government.
- Fake Refugees
The fake refugees caught out lying yet still allowed to stay in Australia.
- Sam Dastyari
Labor’s foul-mouthed senator and his hypocrisy on housing affordability.
- Cassie Sainsbury Legal Costs
Australian Conservatives’ Dennis Hood on why it’s OK to smack your kids, and why taxpayers shouldn’t pay for Cassie Sainsbury’s lawyers.
- Weatherill Smackdown
Jay Weatherill’s unprecedented smackdown of a federal minister – the Premier joins us in the studio.
- Welfare Reforms
SA slammed as an “economic basket case” that “sucks on the teat of other states”.
- Grant Deceit
The ALP staffer behind the taxpayer paid political ad starring his own wife and a school where she doesn’t teach. Tonight 6.30.
- Winter Dewhirst Resigns
He was the State’s top public servant, paid more than the Premier, but today he announced he was leaving the top job after just two years.
- Grant Controversy Follow
The State Government and Anglican Church in damage control after we last night exposed a controversial $750k grant.
- Grant Controversy
Exposed – how the State Government spent $750k of your tax dollars on political PR.
- Reece Jennings
The political comeback of a liar, cheat and fraud. Adelaide’s most controversial mayor returns.
- One Nation SA
How many seats can Pauline Hanson’s One Nation win in our 2018 state election?
- Rich Backpackers
Malcolm Turnbull goes to war against “rich, white kids from Europe”.
- Backpacker Tax
Big changes ahead for Aussie businesses, workers, farmers and the Murray. Senator Nick Xenophon explains how you’ll be affected.
- State Admin Sale
Blacklisted by the World Bank but good enough for SA – a foreign company’s dubious deal to revamp the Old RAH site.
- SDA Union
The unseen influence this union has on our State Government, and the low-earning shop workers paying too high a price.
- Nuclear Referendum
Premier Jay Weatherill discusses his shock announcement of a referendum on nuclear storage.
- The Secret State
SA – the secret state. Freedom from information, and the dark side of our State Government.
- Trump Triumph
Trump’s triumph – should Australia’s politicians also drop political correctness and start telling voters what they want to hear?
- Gillman Flop
$20m lost, no new jobs, and promises broken. The real story behind the botched Gillman land deal.
- Pauline Hanson
One Nation leader Pauline Hanson talks Sharia Law, immigration and youth unemployment.
- SA Sub Campaign
Dick Smith’s plan to sink SA’s submarines deal, calling it a $50b “fiasco”.
- Derryn Hinch
The Human Headline, Derryn Hinch, reveals his plans for his new life in politics and what he really thinks of Pauline Hanson.
- Election Ads
The election’s best, worst and downright funniest campaign ads.
- Nick Xenophon Election 2016
Behind the political curtain – a day in the life of Adelaide’s “X Man”, Nick Xenophon.
- Christopher Pyne
Behind the political curtain – a day in the life of the Liberals’ “fixer”, Christopher Pyne.
- Election 2016: Seat of Hindmarsh
Behind the political curtain – a day in the life of candidates in SA’s most marginal seat, Hindmarsh.
- Wacky Candidates
One’s on a hunger strike, one’s a truckie mum, and one claims he’s cured cancer. Meet SA’s most unusual election candidates.
- The Trump Factor
The Trump factor... Fears Australian pollies are peddling his message of hate this election
- Xenophon Election
Senator Nick Xenophon has always stood up for the battlers, but as his campaign gains momentum he has the major parties sweating... He's facing more scrutiny than ever before and it's getting dirtier.
- Pollie Campaign
Who’s winning the election campaign’s “Good PR” battle – Turnbull or Shorten?
- Election Posters
The mass confusion over whether our pollies need to take down their election posters to avoid thousands in fines.
- Slamming Sam
Rosanna asks NSW senator Sam Dastyari why he sledged Adelaide.
- Subs Trip
Submarine stunt – should the Premier spend taxpayer money on a junket to France before the contract’s even signed?
- Battle for Adelaide 2
Yesterday we looked at anti-Muslim sentiments in the fight for Liberal pre-selection but is there a class war as well? Tonight one millionaire candidate has referred to parts of his electorate as "the poor end of town”
- Battle for Adelaide
South Australia's dirty tricks election campaign over religion
- Hollywood Jay
Hollywood Jay... Our star struck Premier's film unit and his CEO's 12,000 dollar video email
New state government minister Peter Malinauskas reveals his plans for police, prisons and emergency services.
- Power Jobs
As SA again records Aust's highest unemployment, we examine the Govt claim that reliance on intermittent energy is good for jobs