David Humphries, Peter Martin The Australian Electoral Commission says we have "a choice of two methods" when voting for Senators on Saturday. Is this true?
Peter Martin Tony Abbott says the carbon price will hit an 'almost unimaginable' $350 a tonne by 2050. Is this true?
Jonathan Pearlman, Peter Martin The claim
Jonathan Pearlman and Peter Martin Liberal candidate Fiona Scott blames asylum seekers for congestion in western Sydney. Is this true?
Peter Martin The technique of the ''big lie'' is said to be to repeat something often enough that, no matter how outrageous, it eventually becomes accepted as the truth.
Michael Koziol and Peter Martin Asked whether he really had a hope with one poll showing him behind 46-54, Kevin Rudd said there were “multiple state elections in recent times when people have come from behind in the last week and...
Michael Koziol and Peter Martin If Bob Katter is right, our native-born population would be sliding so fast we would need enormous immigration just to stay steady.
Jonathan Pearlman and Peter Martin Mr Morrison says buying Indonesian boats would save lives and taxpayers' money.
Jonathan Pearlman, Peter Martin Fact checker 'Buy the Boats' has joined 'Stop the Boats' as the Coalition outlines a plan to buy unsafe fishing boats.
Peter Martin The Coalition is sitting on a time bomb.
Peter Martin It has abused the spirit, if not the letter, of the new rules governing the Parliamentary Budget Office.
Peter Martin The claim Clive Palmer may have found a magic pudding. The head of the Palmer United Party wants to slash income tax and then stand back and watch as the extra spending gives the government back its...
Peter Martin Clive Palmer has found what one economist calls the 'magic pudding' ... but does it stack up?
Peter Martin, Markus Mannheim The claim
Peter Martin and Markus Mannheim Hockey and his Coalition colleagues say the Canberra public service has grown by 20,000 since they were last in government.
Peter Martin Did the Australian Building and Construction Commission lead to $6 billion a year in productivity savings and cost reductions, as claimed by Tony Abbott?
Chris Pash and Peter Martin Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says the Coalition is outspending the government 10-1 on advertising. We test his claim.
Peter Martin Kate Lundy says the Coalition has confirmed it will cut 20,000 public service jobs. Is this true?
Peter Martin, Jonathan Pearlman Has Tony Abbott really spent a week a year in a remote indigenous community for 10 years?
Peter Martin Six months at full pay would be one of the world's most generous - but it would help rather than hurt Australia.