Pundits have declared victory in the war on third parties. But if they go home, they'll find the same challenge returning again to haunt politics.
How do we break the cycle of controversy over how our politicians spend money on themselves?
Who said Australia was homogeneous? From gods and guns to sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, you have a plethora of options for your Senate ballot.
Labor and the Libs are both quaking in their boots in the face of unprecedented polling for minor parties (except the Greens). And the biggest bogeyman of all is Nick.
We are not going to get a Syriza. But we have the Nick Xenophon Team and other minor parties -- and it's their time to hang the Parliament and get what they want.
The Greens and minor parties were the real losers at the Canning byelection, which sent Andrew Hastie to Canberra.
Disaffected voters in regional Queensland will be spoiled for choice this election with a rabid PUP, resurgent One Nation and an increasingly worried Katter.
The Greens got almost twice the number of votes as the Nationals in the Victorian election -- and yet they have at best three seats to the Nats' seven.
Crikey readers have their say on the Victorian state election, why we don't know anything about Islam, and retina scans at airports.
Almost a quarter of Australians voted for small parties in the Senate this time around, and the bizarre flow of preferences has elected very strange micro-parties. Here's the state of play.