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Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Memo to Albo: good oppositions don’t lose byelections

When it comes to winning the Eden-Monaro byelection, the stakes are much higher for Labor than the Coalition.

NSW deputy premier John Barilaro (left), NSW Minister for Transport Andrew Constance (centre) and Liberal Senator Jim Molan (right). (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett, Mick Tsikas)

Just what the hell is going on in Eden-Monaro?

Backflips and dummy spits — could Liberal chaos in the race for Eden-Monaro spell good things for Labor?

(Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Why are the Greens preferencing Labor last in this NT byelection?

It's almost without precedent for the Greens to actively tilt the scales in the conservatives' favour.

Poll Bludger: it’s not all bad news for the Liberals

After falling to Labor with the rout of Colin Barnett's government in March 2017, the Perth fringe seat of Darling Range has returned to the Liberal fold.

Crikey Worm: the shuffling deck chairs of Auspol

Good morning, early birds. Australia's major parties are facing scuffles and restructures. Plus, a UAE human rights activist sentenced to 10 years for online criticism. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Poll Bludger: Perth byelection lands Labor in a tight spot

Bill Shorten will be under real pressure to hold the seat of Perth, following Tim Hammond's resignation.

Rundle: Shorten shows his disregard for Batman by cosying up to coal

If Bill Shorten didn't want to hand ammunition to Labor's foes in the Batman byelection, he had a funny way of showing it in Townsville this week.

Tips and rumours

Bernardi for Batman ... Shooters takes aim at New England ... Finance accidentally lauds Labor's fiscal competence

Poll Bludger: kapow! Batman byelection stuns Feeney, pits Bhathal against Kearney.

David Feeney's resignation is a blessing for the Greens. But the fight isn't over yet.

Pollies have a lot to learn about Chinese-Australians

It would be generous to say both major parties were less than impressive when it came to effectively reading and communicating with Chinese-Australians.

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