Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has reshuffled his Cabinet and his government’s one seat majority has been secured by John Alexander’s win in the Bennelong by-election.
Gay marriage has been passed into law and Labor’s Sam Dastyari has said he will not return to the Senate next year.
The outlook for the government in 2018 should be looking up, but 25 successive opinion polls would indicate otherwise.
Although voters still prefer Mr Turnbull as prime minister to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, do you think this will last?
Or has Australia had enough of leadership spills and instability?