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.
A complicated loophole in vote-counting legislation has awarded a seat to Labor that should have gone to the Country Alliance in Victoria.
The Greens' electoral success in Prahran was due to a number of demographic factors, with the seat an interesting mixture of hip young things and old money. Sounds like a certain federal Sydney seat we know ...
Labor won't have the votes to unseat the LNP at next year's Queensland election, but it might be able to turf Campbell Newman out of his own seat.
The Labor Party seems fresh out of ideas. And the Greens are more than happy to eat Labor's lunch.
The Victorian Greens were up against a very popular Liberal incumbent and a strong Labor candidate in the Melbourne seat of Prahran. So how did they squeeze out a win? Victorian politics journalist Dan Moss explains.
Crikey readers have their say on the East West Link, a cabinet reshuffle and other issues of the day.
The East West Link was bad policy, but that's no excuse for perpetuating bullshit about it.
Labor has promised to lease out the Port of Melbourne in order to pay to replace 50 level crossings. But Crikey Victorian politics journalist Dan Moss says the Greens might make that tricky.