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David Crowe is the chief political correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

South Sudanese leader claims he was attacked

South Sudanese leader claims he was attacked

Community leader claims he was bashed in a politically motivated attack, amid a growing rift within the community and a government freeze on funding.

  • by Cameron Houston & David Crowe

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Fairfax/Ipsos poll: A tighter contest on all fronts
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Fairfax/Ipsos poll: A tighter contest on all fronts

Negative campaigns may not be working as gaps close in latest poll.

  • by David Crowe
Coalition narrows gap but Labor keeps slim lead in Fairfax/Ipsos poll
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Coalition narrows gap but Labor keeps slim lead in Fairfax/Ipsos poll

Labor is ahead in the latest poll but it has given up ground, and Malcolm Turnbull has increased his lead as preferred PM.

  • by David Crowe
Sudanese gangs a 'major law and order problem', says Dutton

Sudanese gangs a 'major law and order problem', says Dutton

Home Affairs Minister warns more people will be hurt until the "rule of law is enforced by the Victorian Government".

  • by David Crowe & Robyn Grace
Frydenberg takes on GetUp campaign to block energy plan
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Frydenberg takes on GetUp campaign to block energy plan

Minister hits back after activist group asks its members to urge state veto on August 10 National Energy Guarantee vote.

  • by David Crowe
Labor warns 'Mickey Mouse' courses are undermining student visa program

Labor warns 'Mickey Mouse' courses are undermining student visa program

Brendan O'Connor says a cap on 500,000 students as a "last resort".

  • by David Crowe
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Visa queues swell as Peter Dutton's migration cuts bite
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Visa queues swell as Peter Dutton's migration cuts bite

More people wait longer as Peter Dutton cuts intake

  • by David Crowe
Is the door too open or too closed when it comes to population?

Is the door too open or too closed when it comes to population?

The population will reach 25 million within three weeks, about nine years earlier than forecast.

  • by David Crowe
NEG vote will be reality check for emissions cuts
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NEG vote will be reality check for emissions cuts

The key question over the NEG is not whether its targets are ambitious enough but whether its targets can be changed.

  • by David Crowe
Bob Brown slams energy 'cop out' in new hurdle for Turnbull plan
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Bob Brown slams energy 'cop out' in new hurdle for Turnbull plan

Former Greens leader unleashes on National Energy Guarantee ahead of crucial meeting where Greens could make or break the policy

  • by David Crowe
Bill Shorten faces fresh campaign against retirement tax changes
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Bill Shorten faces fresh campaign against retirement tax changes

The new alliance, which claims up to 200,000 direct members, is vowing to intensify its campaign in the lead-up to the next federal election.

  • by David Crowe