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"Turning back the boats" and Australia's relationship with Indonesia.
The economic case for rising above politics and embracing an increase in the GST.
Professor John Freebairn
Join University of Melbourne students as they discuss Tony Abbott’s daughters, and whatever pirates and sex have to do with the election.
The Farrago Team
Kevin Rudd makes his exit as Prime Minister and party leader. He'll sit quietly on the backbench .. won't he?
CARTOON - Which leader will progress to the next level?
Where will the result of the federal election leave the issue of gay marriage?
Tony Abbott and Kevin Rudd both rule out deals with cross benchers to form government.
Transparency and accountability are key tenets of democracy, and are the main platforms of the Wikileaks Party and the Pirate Party of Australia.
Your quick guide to Tony Abbott's first ministry.
Election Watch team
Will Kevin Rudd's leadership reforms prevent brutal leadership spills?
To what extent are voters engaged in the election and election issues?
Why are politicians generally viewed as untrustworthy?
Dr Jackie Dickenson
The Coalition has released its election policy costings just two days before voters go to the polls. Read them all here.
Advocacy groups are now operating from the political parties' campaign playbook.
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Date created: 25 June 2013
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