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The battle for Braddon: High stakes meet low voter enthusiasm

The battle for Braddon: High stakes meet low voter enthusiasm

The Liberal Party could make history in Braddon. But are voters here prepared to give their dual citizen Labor MP another chance?

  • by Michael Koziol

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Turnbull signals plans to get more skilled migrants to the bush
Malcolm Turnbull

Turnbull signals plans to get more skilled migrants to the bush

The prospect of sending more skilled migrants to the bush to work appears to be gathering steam.

  • by David Wroe
Red Roos disappointed after Sudanese basketball tournament cancelled
Malcolm Turnbull

Red Roos disappointed after Sudanese basketball tournament cancelled

This year the South Sudanese Australian National Classic basketball tournament was cancelled - a bitter blow for a community that already feels under siege.

  • by Jewel Topsfield
Be wary of what Abbott wishes for
Byelection

Be wary of what Abbott wishes for

Tony Abbott is an unwelcome presence – for the government at least – amid the tangle of by-elections next weekend.

  • by Peter Brent
Waleed Aly obliterates Malcolm Turnbull in report on so-called African gangs
Malcolm Turnbull

Waleed Aly obliterates Malcolm Turnbull in report on so-called African gangs

'To suggest a city is gripped by a fear of African gangs is just untrue,' the host said.

  • by Genevieve Rota
Kill Bill and murder Malcolm: Labor and Liberal go for broke in election litmus test
Malcolm Turnbull

Kill Bill and murder Malcolm: Labor and Liberal go for broke in election litmus test

With so much at stake, and advertising relatively cheap, the major parties are bombarding this regional electorate with negative campaigning.

  • by Michael Koziol
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Turnbull, Shorten call on Pope to sack Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson
Malcolm Turnbull

Turnbull, Shorten call on Pope to sack Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson

Bill Shorten has backed the PM's call for the Pope to sack Philip Wilson.

  • by Joanne McCarthy
Meet Craig Garland, the eccentric fisherman who could decide the Braddon byelection
Liberal Party

Meet Craig Garland, the eccentric fisherman who could decide the Braddon byelection

In Tasmania's north-west, a local crusader who is sick of the major parties is tipped to pick up 10 per cent of the vote.

  • by Michael Koziol
Turnbull backs digital health record while thousands opt out
Healthcare

Turnbull backs digital health record while thousands opt out

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has committed to having his own My Health Record created, while tens of thousands withdrew in a rocky first day.

  • by Jennifer Duke
Lure of the race card too much for Turnbull to resist
Analysis

Lure of the race card too much for Turnbull to resist

Prime Minister's 'African gangs' rhetoric carefully aimed at his crumbling support.

  • by Noel Towell
Turnbull calls out 'extraordinarily high' CEO pay
Malcolm Turnbull

Turnbull calls out 'extraordinarily high' CEO pay

PM Malcolm Turnbull says executive pay rates are “extraordinarily high” after a report confirmed pay for the top 100 company bosses increased 12.4%

  • by Nassim Khadem