A mistake made more than 40 years ago has created a powerful voting block that some experts believe will railroad any Territory Government plan to bring its budget back into the black.
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.
Will Victoria seriously say no to a free road? That's the question being asked by the Victorian Opposition and Scott Morrison's newly elected Federal Government. But Daniel Andrews is standing firm against the project even with $4 billion on the table.
Facebook is attempting to bolster the accountability and transparency of political content in the current federal election campaign, but social media experts question whether the measures go far enough.
After many months of incessant and sometimes stupefying arguments, the Sydney stadium wars have finally been ended as Sydneysiders, at the very least, refuse to vote against the planned upgrades, writes Richard Hinds.
The re-election of the Berejiklian Government for a third term has provided a morale boost for the federal Liberals, but any relief being felt will be tempered by a much bigger problem: what to do about voter discontent in the bush.
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Former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce says swings against the NSW Coalition in the bush should serve as a warning for the party not to ignore rural constituents.