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The opinion polls continue to look bad for Labor, but are the right questions being asked? Dr Denis Muller
Tony Abbott morphs into Denis Napthine in this Labor ad that highlights federal government cuts as a reason not to vote for the Liberals at a state level.
CARTOON - Which leader will progress to the next level?Wes Mountain
Voters got some insights from last night's people's forum. James Gray
Daniel Andrews uses the Ford factory - where manufacturing will cease in 2016 - as a backdrop to sell his jobs message to voters.
Labor has unveiled a positive TV ad to reframe the political debate and counter Coalition attacks. Ryan Sheales
It's been a busy and complex week of polling, with data at the national, state and individual-seat level. Here we try to disentangle them.Dr Denis Muller
Ballarat has been a key election battlegroung this campaign with both sides releasing ads targeting the area. Here's Labor's.
The 'average' member of cabinet/shadow cabinet is very different to the 'average' Australian.Sally Young
All that was revealed in the third and final leaders' 'debate' were the similarities between the two parties.James Gray
The Napthine government thought the union movement would deliver it victory courtesy of an anti-union scare campaign. Instead, the unions were decisive in the Coalition's defeat.
Will Kevin Rudd's leadership reforms prevent brutal leadership spills? Nicholas Reece
How much will the 'PNG Solution' cost? Do people smugglers really have a "business model". Are many asylum seekers "economic refugees"?Alice He
Daniel Andrews has been officially sworn in as the 48th Premier of Victoria and has unveiled his cabinet, which features nine women.
The much maligned art of sloganeering has long been central to Australian politics.Sally Young
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Date created: 25 June 2013
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