What do the locals make of Abbott's competition? They quite like her. Or at least they want to like her.
Divided votes and increased competition — David Leyonhjelm's recent failure may be a bellwether for things to come on May 18.
Tony Abbott is in danger of losing his seat for the first time in 25 years. The implications for the Liberals and, beyond that, our understanding of Australian politics are huge.
Poverty in the heart of Barnaby Joyce's electorate of New England — over the past 40 years Glenn Innes went from prosperous railway town to a ghost of its former self. What happened?
The 2017 election was a historic catastrophe for then-WA premier Colin Barnett. Scott Morrison should heed his warning.
The government is facing a growing resistance from Djab Wurrung traditional owners over the destruction of cultural heritage. Is this a litmus test for what's to come with treaty negotiations?
For some, Gladys Berejiklian's victory over Michael Daley was a sign the electorate rejected racism. But One Nation's resurgence in NSW proves otherwise.
Most of the damage Mark Latham can do as a member of the legislative council is rhetorical.