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Polls apart: rumours of Ardern’s demise greatly exaggerated in Australia

As New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern visits Australian shores, News Corp would like you to think she's lagging back home. The polls say differently.

Franking credits may not have won the election, but they helped

Crikey readers discuss franking credits, political polls and the election.

What if everything you thought you knew about the budget was a lie?

Crikey readers discuss the federal budget, fiscal policy and problems with election polls.

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No, this isn’t Morrison’s ‘Tampa moment’

It's going to take a lot more than the goings-on of the "Canberra bubble" to transform the medivac loss to the Coalition's advantage come election time.

Bret Walker SC during the Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission (Image: AAP/Morgan Sette)

Murray-Darling Basin Plan likely breached Water Act

Good morning, early birds. A South Australian royal commission has found that the Murray-Darling Basin Plan likely breached the Water Act, and the Coalition gets a post-holiday bump in the polls. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Poll Bludger: how did the pollsters do?

The pollsters had as much to prove as the pollies.

Labor's poor performances in 2010 may ensure it only loses the next election, rather than being wiped out.

Labor’s electoral fate: only terrible, not disastrous

Labor's poor performances in 2010 may ensure it only loses the next election, rather than being wiped out.

Perhaps the promised budget surplus for this financial year will be the next thing jettisoned.

Budget surplus next to go?

Perhaps the promised budget surplus for this financial year will be the next thing jettisoned.

A new survey has found out who Australians blame the most for squibbing on climate change -- and it's not who you might think, writes <b>Adam Kilgour</b>, a non-executive director of The Climate Institute.

And the climate change loser is … the media

A new survey has found out who Australians blame the most for squibbing on climate change -- and it's not who you might think, writes Adam Kilgour, a non-executive director of The Climate Institute.

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