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Poor showing will trigger questions about Daley's leadership

Poor showing will trigger questions about Daley's leadership

The result followed a disastrous final week for Mr Daley, who was forced to defend himself against charges of racism.

  • by Lisa Visentin

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NSW election 2019 LIVE: Coalition wins third term as Labor concedes defeat
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NSW election 2019 LIVE: Coalition wins third term as Labor concedes defeat

Experts are confident of a Coalition win and Premier Gladys Berejiklian is likely to retain a majority.

  • by Michaela Whitbourn, Rachel Clun and Laura Chung
Negative and dirty, Berejiklian's team got the job done
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Negative and dirty, Berejiklian's team got the job done

For a leader who is focused, hardworking, and essentially bureaucratic, this campaign could not have reflected Brejikilian's values any less.

  • by Alexandra Smith
'If we don't win Coogee, what have we won?' Labor faithful watch count in key seat
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'If we don't win Coogee, what have we won?' Labor faithful watch count in key seat

Labor remained hopeful of forcing the Berejiklian government into minority, as party faithful made their way to Coogee to watch the results roll in on Saturday night.

  • by Lisa Visentin
As the result came in, Liberal loyalists were quietly confident
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As the result came in, Liberal loyalists were quietly confident

Amid supporters wearing clean-cut suits and bright blue T-shirts emblazoned with the Liberals logo (or their boss's name), one person stood out by a mile.

  • by Esther Han
'Don't stress': Nationals leader John Barilaro has convincing win in Monaro
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'Don't stress': Nationals leader John Barilaro has convincing win in Monaro

The Deputy Premier is set to increase hold over the previously marginal seat of Monaro.

  • by Judith Ireland
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Penrith a tight contest as electorate weighs in on 'stadium wars'
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Penrith a tight contest as electorate weighs in on 'stadium wars'

Early counting was showing a slight swing to Labor candidate Karen McKeown, although it was still too soon to say if it would be enough to unseat Mr Ayres who held the seat by a margin of 6.2 per cent.

  • by Natassia Chrysanthos
Ballot papers quarantined in Strathfield after election day bungle
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Ballot papers quarantined in Strathfield after election day bungle

A person who wasn't employed by the electoral commission began issuing ballot papers to voters at a booth in Sydney's west.

  • by Megan Gorrey
In the balance: Exit poll suggests Berejiklian to be forced into minority government
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In the balance: Exit poll suggests Berejiklian to be forced into minority government

The election result was on a knife-edge last night as counting was underway.

  • by Alexandra Smith
All smiles on both sides as East Hills hangs in the balance
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All smiles on both sides as East Hills hangs in the balance

The south-western seat of East Hills was one of the most marginal in NSW four years ago, and with the incumbent Liberal MP retiring, it was well and truly up for grabs on Saturday.

  • by Matt Bungard
'In the hands of the people': Berejiklian woos knife-edge seats but won't commit to full term
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'In the hands of the people': Berejiklian woos knife-edge seats but won't commit to full term

Gladys Berejiklian conceded the NSW election would be tight as she vied to become the state's first popularly-elected female premier, but would not commit to a full term.

  • by Megan Gorrey and Garry Maddox