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The education divide proved decisive in Morrison’s election win

The education divide proved decisive in Morrison’s election win

Scott Morrison’s appeal to those with a lower level of education more than compensated for his lack of appeal to highly educated Australians.

Why did Warringah buck the trend?

Why did Warringah buck the trend?

Steggall's win against Abbott should have felt like a revolutionary occasion, but it's been somewhat of an anti-climax.

Warringah: a symbol for this strange, close, and bad-tempered election

Warringah: a symbol for this strange, close, and bad-tempered election

There are the two realities that Abbott forever inhabits — the messianic protector of Western civilisation, and Australia's great clanging embarrassment.

The people behind the scenes in Warringah

The people behind the scenes in Warringah

A look at the who's who of Warringah's influential backroom operatives.

Looking for Tony Abbott: a candidate gone to ground

Looking for Tony Abbott: a candidate gone to ground

Tony Abbott might not be winning friends outside of Warringah, but hanging out at the local mall he's in his element. Having John Howard beside him helps.

Warringah’s outsiders: on the road with Kristyn Glanville and the Greens

Warringah’s outsiders: on the road with Kristyn Glanville and the Greens

While the NSW Greens have been a bit of a mess in recent months, Kristyn Glanville is keeping the environment front and centre.

In the ‘blind spot’ with Susan Moylan-Coombs

In the ‘blind spot’ with Susan Moylan-Coombs

There's a creeping belief that Warringah is a two-horse race between Tony Abbott and Zali Steggall, but independent candidate Susan Moylan-Coombs specialises in things that are often overlooked.

Zali Steggall at the business end of Warringah

Zali Steggall at the business end of Warringah

What do the locals make of Abbott's competition? They quite like her. Or at least they want to like her.

Welcome to the fight for Warringah

Welcome to the fight for Warringah

Tony Abbott is in danger of losing his seat for the first time in 25 years. The implications for the Liberals and, beyond that, our understanding of Australian politics are huge.

The independent wave rises, but washing out the Liberals won’t be easy

The independent wave rises, but washing out the Liberals won’t be easy

With Labor poised to take conventional battleground seats, the prospect of an independent blue-ribbon rebellion means the Liberal Party is facing a calamity unlike any it has suffered before.