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It was a big year in elections internationally, with six of the G20 members holding electoral contests during 2014. Herewith, the most exciting for the year.

The top 10 elections of 2014

It was a big year in elections internationally, with six of the G20 members holding electoral contests during 2014. Herewith, the most exciting for the year.

Will abandoning its promise to build new submarines in South Australia hurt the Coalition's chances in that state? Probably -- but does it need SA to win at the next election anyway?

Poll Bludger: why the Coalition can afford to throw SA under the submarine

Will abandoning its promise to build new submarines in South Australia hurt the Coalition's chances in that state? Probably -- but does it need SA to win at the next election anyway?

National security secrecy now apparently extends to partisan events on RAAF bases.

Abbott’s top-secret presser: national security or stunt?

National security secrecy now apparently extends to partisan events on RAAF bases.

(Barely) re-elected South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill will drop the Treasury portfolio. And there could be other surprises, write <b>David Washington</b> and <b>Kevin Naughton</b> at <a href="http://www.indaily.com.au" target="_blank"><em>InDaily</em></a>.

SA Labor’s fourth-term cabinet: Weatherill ditches Treasury, one shock

(Barely) re-elected South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill will drop the Treasury portfolio. And there could be other surprises, write David Washington and Kevin Naughton at InDaily.

David Bradbury does tax for the OECD ... <em>The Australian</em> journo misses his chance ... Ladies' choice in Parliament? ... A Murdoch-free internet? ...

Tips and rumours

David Bradbury does tax for the OECD ... The Australian journo misses his chance ... Ladies' choice in Parliament? ... A Murdoch-free internet? ...

The results of the Tasmanian and South Australian state elections show how much difference a change in electoral process can make.

iSentia index: state elections and arts funding get people talking

The results of the Tasmanian and South Australian state elections show how much difference a change in electoral process can make.

Two men seem certain to decide the next government of South Australia. And it all started with a plate of warm lasagne, writes <b>Kevin Naughton</b> in Adelaide for <a href="http://www.indaily.com.au" target="_blank"><em>InDaily</em></a>.

SA’s Two Old Blokes won’t sate an appetite for government certainty

Two men seem certain to decide the next government of South Australia. And it all started with a plate of warm lasagne, writes Kevin Naughton in Adelaide for InDaily.

Macquarie Bank sale no big bonanza ... SA election: indies leaning Labor ... No news on Fiona Nash's Facebook page ... Qantas staff: keep quiet on Facebook ...

Tips and rumours

Macquarie Bank sale no big bonanza ... SA election: indies leaning Labor ... No news on Fiona Nash's Facebook page ... Qantas staff: keep quiet on Facebook ...

The Liberal Party won more support than Labor in South Australia, but it's still short of government. Does the system need fixing? Our electoral analyst considers the possibilities.

An SA gerrymander? Libs, short of government, test the boundaries

The Liberal Party won more support than Labor in South Australia, but it's still short of government. Does the system need fixing? Our electoral analyst considers the possibilities.

Inflight 'news' at Qantas ... Queensland doctors revolt over cuts ... Liberals a sporting chance in SA ... Bake for the ABC (banana cake?) ...

Tips and rumours

Inflight 'news' at Qantas ... Queensland doctors revolt over cuts ... Liberals a sporting chance in SA ... Bake for the ABC (banana cake?) ...

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