Barnaby Joyce's suggestion to redirect floodwater to arid parts of the country would be costly, impractical and probably ineffective, experts told RMIT ABC Fact Check.
The voters of Australia don't always agree with the immigration policies of the party they support. Though there's one clear exception.
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Labor had threatened to call for a Royal Commission into the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, instead they'll focus solely on Barnaby Joyce's handling of the 2017 water buy backs.
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Brandishing a pencil as their weapon of choice, some voters will attempt to slaughter the hopes of the major parties by lodging an "up yours" on their voting ballot — but will the protest vote impact the election outcome?
A record number of Australians have are enrolled to vote in the federal election, with 4 million votes expected to be cast before polling day.
Who won week one of the Federal Election campaign?
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Unions say stagnant wage growth and increasingly insecure employment conditions have undermined the Coalition's claim to be better economic managers.
Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the Government is not against electric vehicles, but believes it is not the role of government to tell people what cars to drive.
In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, Scott Morrison overestimated the ability of algorithms to censor hate content, as RMIT ABC Fact Check found out.
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Labor unveils a $115 million plan for Indigenous health, pledging nearly a quarter of that spending to help address the alarming rate of youth suicide.