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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (Image: AAP/Daniel Hicks)

Ardern set for a win, but the question is, how big? Oh, and the ACT Libs looking likely

Antipodean election junkies are preparing for a double dose tomorrow as voters go to the polls in New Zealand and the Australian Capital Territory.

WA Premier Mark McGowan (Image: AAP/Richard Wainwright)

Tips and Murmurs: Hogging the good fortune … ABC lovefest … ACTing up

Which state premier wouldn't want to walk in the shoes of Western Australia's premier right now?

Poll Bludger: Labor extends winning streak in ACT election

Labor will have been in power for 19 years by the time the next election rolls around.

Poll Bludger: the electorates to watch in tomorrow’s ACT election

Whichever party ends up forming government will have done so by securing the support of at least three members in at least three electorates.

Can’t get enough democracy? Here are some more elections to watch

There are yet many, many more elections to go in 2016.

There was one major thing absent from the Liberal Party's ACT election campaign. There was no attempt to develop a team of strong independents whose support could be relied on if elected.

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits: the missing ACT Liberal ingredient

There was one major thing absent from the Liberal Party's ACT election campaign. There was no attempt to develop a team of strong independents whose support could be relied on if elected.

A national-first prison needle exchange proposed for the ACT has sparked debate ahead of the territory's election on Saturday. Reporter <b>Ben Westcott</b> examines the proposal.

Breaking the syringe economy: prison union fights ACT plan

A national-first prison needle exchange proposed for the ACT has sparked debate ahead of the territory's election on Saturday. Reporter Ben Westcott examines the proposal.

Student journalists <b>Jacqui Garrity and Jelisa Apps</b> examine active transport policies in the lead up to the ACT election.

The active future of public transport

Student journalists Jacqui Garrity and Jelisa Apps examine active transport policies in the lead up to the ACT election.

<p><em>It may seem like a case of déjà vu, but ACT voters can be forgiven for thinking they have heard it all before when it comes to bringing light rail to Canberra, reports student journalist <strong>Alexandria Caughey Hutt</strong>.</em></p>

Next stop: light rail?

It may seem like a case of déjà vu, but ACT voters can be forgiven for thinking they have heard it all before when it comes to bringing light rail to Canberra, reports student journalist Alexandria Caughey Hutt.

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