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Issues of corruption within the Australian Labor Party could extend beyond a group of "rotten apple" individualsRyan Sheales
How I support the Labor Party and still sleep at night.Laura Soderlind
Australians will go to the polls on September 7, after what promises to be a bruising five week election campaign.Cathy Harper
As we prepare to vote on Saturday, are we mainly considering our own hip pocket or longer-term issues about the good of society? Karen Block
Now that the election date has been set, will attention turn to policy?Associate Professor Sally Young
Your quick and easy election night guide to help you make sense of each seat.Maria Rae
What makes a successful first week for a political party in a modern election campaign? [video]Nicholas Reece
Despite some claims of bias, the opinion polls were largely an accurate predictor of the election result.Dr Denis Muller
History would suggest today's political journalists might actually be sexist, without intending to or even being aware of the fact.Sally Young.
A debater's take on the success or failure of first leaders' debate.James Gray
The 2013 election campaign was a policy vacuum.Barry Jones
Some Labor MPs are increasingly coy about which party they represent.Ryan Sheales
Opinion polls suggest support for Labor has plateaued and is subsiding slightly.Dr Denis Muller
Labor leapt out of the starting gate unseasonably early this election. Andrea Carson surveys the field, and the obstacles, as the contendors for power in Spring Street jockey for position.
Quickly identify the key themes from Wayne Swan, Tony Abbott and Christine Milne's 2013 budget speeches.Ryan Sheales
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Date created: 25 June 2013
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