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Noel Towell is a reporter for The Canberra Times.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox The ACT's political kingmaker, Shane Rattenbury, has warned voters to brace for a wait of several days before they know who will form government.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox The ACT Greens gave up all hope last night of avoiding a near-electoral wipe-out with party leader Meredith Hunter saying she was ''pretty sure'' there would be just one Greens MLA left in the...
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox Long-serving Labor minister Simon Corbell has held on to his Molonglo seat by about 1500 votes over Labor candidate Meegan Fitzharris, last night's penultimate count of preferences show.
Noel Towell The ACT Greens slipped into deeper electoral trouble last night with updated vote counting showing for the second night running that their leader Meredith Hunter is heading for defeat.
Noel Towell Federal and state Labor governments should learn from ACT Labor's improved showing in Saturday's territory election, the former chief minister Jon Stanhope said.
Noel Towell Simon Corbell and Meredith Hunter appear to be back in contention - by the slimmest of margins - to hold their places in the ACT Legislative Assembly.
Noel Towell Jayson Bush started his work day like any other on Monday but it finished with the 21-year-old flat on his back in hospital and near-death tale to tell.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox ACT Greens leader Meredith Hunter is in danger of losing her Assembly seat in the final count of votes in Saturday's territory election.
By Noel Towell The ACT's Hare-Clark electoral system can be brutal with sitting members often in more danger from their own party's candidates than their political opponents.
Noel Towell Canberra Liberals leader Zed Seselja says he might be willing to back down on some policy areas, in return for ACT Greens’ support to form government.
Noel Towell, Lisa Cox, Ross Peake Canberra Liberals leader Zed Seselja says talks with the ACT Greens about forming government will be subject to ''parameters''.
Noel Towell Chief Assembly Reporter GOVERNMENT in the ACT hangs in the balance today after a surge to the Canberra Liberals looked likely to have delivered the party eight Assembly seats, an all-time high for the Liberals.
Noel Towell Comment WELL, this is interesting.
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Lisa Cox, Noel Towell Early ACT poll data shows massive swings to the Canberra Liberals with the ACT Greens likely to lose two seats.
Noel Towell To determine just why Zed Seselja and his Canberra Liberals have such a mountain to climb to claim victory in today's territory election, go back nearly four years, to July 23, 2009.
Noel Towell Most of today's election results will be known by early evening after more than 20 per cent of the ballots were cast before polling day.
Noel Towell Hundreds of gamblers made an early score yesterday on the ACT election with an online bookmaker halting bets on the poll and paying out $20,000 to punters who backed Labor.
Noel Towell and Lisa Cox
Noel Towell and Lisa Cox Voters in today’s ACT election are being asked to cast their ballots on promises by the territory’s three major political parties worth nearly $13 billion.
Noel Towell Hundreds of gamblers have made an early score on tomorrow's ACT election with an online bookmaker halting bets on the poll and paying out $20,000 to punters who backed Labor.