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Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and opposition leader Deb Frecklington (AAP/Darren England)

Frecklington v Palaszczuk: who are they and what do they want?

A pocket guide to the two women leading the major parties to Saturday's Queensland state election.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and opposition leader Deb Frecklington (AAP/Darren England)

A matter of life or death: how Labor wedged the opposition ahead of Queensland poll

Queensland Labor's late election push on euthanasia presents a challenge the opposition will find hard to mount.

Queensland MP Jackie Trad (Image AAP/Glenn Hunt)

Tips and Murmurs: Bad optics … political dirt … fine people on both sides

Queensland's political dirt units are on the case, digging up old social media posts to discredit opponents.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and lobbyist Evan Moorhead (Images: AAP/Twitter)

Queensland Labor: where the wheels of influence spin freely

The revolving door between Labor offices and lobbying firms in Queensland just keeps turning.

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Premier confuses the public but once again finds herself ahead of the curve

Annastacia Palaszczuk's strict border controls have been controversial (and confusing), but the breaks have gone her way.

Clive Palmer (Image: AAP/Dan Peled)

Clive Palmer: comeback king or stunt man?

Palmer's new Trump-like campaign appears to capitalise on political disenfranchisement. Will it succeed?

Poll Bludger: why Qld Labor backed Adani’s coal mine despite voter backlash

Adani's wildly controversial $16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine project in central Queensland is the latest in a long line of issues putting Labor at risk of dividing two key supporter bases.

Poll Bludger: why Labor is ahead in the polls but everyone thinks the Coalition will win

Labor is leading in most national polls, yet most people still think the Coalition will romp home. What gives?

Take a seat (or 20): election target has Labor behind the eight-ball

Labor currently holds 55 seats in a lower house of 150, and would be in a position to form a stable government if it made a net gain of 20.

What is really at stake in tomorrow's Queensland election? Freelance journalist <b>James Rose</b> reports from Maryborough.

In languid and broken Maryborough, a microcosm of Queensland’s problems

What is really at stake in tomorrow's Queensland election? Freelance journalist James Rose reports from Maryborough.

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