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Victorians go to the polls. Not.

Victoria’s 79 municipalities, with about 3.5 million voters, will all hold elections tomorrow, in an unprecedented state-wide operation, but will ballots be fair and secret? asks Charles Richardson.

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Nats and Libs in merger fever

After 16 months on the backbench, Lawrence Springborg is back in charge of the Queensland Nats and his merger crusade seems unstoppable, writes Alex Mitchell.

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Levying a town hall revolt against Iemma

NSW Premier Morris Iemma is facing war on two fronts – the labour and trade union movement is rallying against his plans to privatise the power industry while councils are drawing up battle plans to oppose sweeping changes to planning laws, writes Alex Mitchell

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Springborg’s ‘United Conservative’ dream is already dead in the water

Lawrence Springborg’s dream of a “United Conservative Party” was buried the day after he returned to the leadership when four Liberal Senators, led by frontbencher George Brandis SC, gave it the public kiss of death, writes Mark Bahnisch.

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Where can Iemma hide “Cranky Frankie” Sartor?

NSW Planning Minister Frank Sartor addressed the annual Local Government Association conference in Coffs Harbour yesterday in what is likely to be his swansong, writes Alex Mitchell.

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