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The Wikileaks Party and The Pirate Party: Where to from here? Maya Borom
Voters are in for a wild ride with the facts as politicians and their advisors ramp up their rhetoric and spin ahead of the federal election.
Some Senate ballot papers are going to be so large this year electoral officials have ordered magnifying glasses to help voters. Really.
How exactly are young people consuming political news?
So you think you're a politics tragic. But do this quiz: you'll be surprised. Associate Professor Sally Young
Your quick and easy election night guide to help you make sense of each seat.
Will young voters "like" Kevin Rudd as much the second time around?
Swinging voters are a particularly volatile part of the electorate.
Is Rupert Murdoch opposing Labor's re-election because of the NBN?
Here's some advice to an incoming Government: address teacher variability and forget about autonomy.
John Hattie and Maxine McKew
Despite some claims of bias, the opinion polls were largely an accurate predictor of the election result.
Dr Denis Muller
A reformed journalist's memories from an election campaign bus
Are Australians under more financial pressure than they were 10 years ago?
As per tradition, the public broadcaster is giving Labor and the Coalition free airtime for political campaigning.
Independent candidates are a visible presence in this election. But will they be as effective for their constituents as those from major parties?
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