Liza Harvey rules out selling state-owned electricity utility Western Power on her second day in the job as Opposition Leader, a shift away from the policy her party took to the last state election and which was retained under Mike Nahan.
Despite a colourful appearance on Q&A this week where he talked poverty, jobs and climate change, rock legend Jimmy Barnes rules out ever running for office.
Prime Minister has claimed that his cabinet contains a record for representation of women. RMIT ABC Fact Check runs the numbers.
Julie Bishop's sister says the former foreign affairs minister would have done an "amazing job" as South Australia's next governor, but has "another career ahead of her" outside of politics.
Scott Morrison reshuffles his Cabinet to stamp his renewed authority, with Melissa Price no longer the environment minister, while Arthur Sinodinos will replace Joe Hockey as US ambassador.
Consistent polling errors over the past few years could have created a "parallel universe" in Australian politics says long-time Labor party pollster John Utting.
The Liberal party's weak results in Victoria defied its victories around the rest of the country. The party has three years to turn things around, writes former Liberal candidate Asher Judah.
South Australia's most marginal seat is won by the Coalition, while the Liberal Party and the Greens claim the state's last two Senate seats.
Tony Abbott's conqueror Zali Steggall tells the ABC she intends to have detailed conversations with the Prime Minister about climate change, a key platform of her campaign. Follow all the federal election fallout live.