Greens’ gains in Brisbane may not be enough in 2022

Greens’ gains in Brisbane may not be enough in 2022

While there has been significant internal hand-wringing about the party’s long-term chances of success,for now the Greens have their eyes set on the upcoming federal election.

  • byCameron Atfield

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Greens need a little Lambie,says party co-founder

Greens need a little Lambie,says party co-founder

Do the Greens need a new figurehead to go mainstream,or are they just a “hectoring,lecturing mob” on the fringe?

  • byCameron Atfield
Nothing off limits:Scott Morrison on his bruising years as Prime Minister

Nothing off limits:Scott Morrison on his bruising years as Prime Minister

With the election fast approaching,Prime Minister Scott Morrison in a rare one-on-one interview reflects on a tumultuous three years shadowed by crisis and self-inflicted political wounds.

  • byDeborah Snow
Albanese pitches to farmers as Labor courts Queensland seats

Albanese pitches to farmers as Labor courts Queensland seats

Labor holds just six of the 30 seats in Queensland,but the party hopes it can win two or three more backing beef,blue-collar industry and tourism.

  • byRob Harris
The PM is on TikTok,does this mean young people will ‘get a go’?
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Opinion

The PM is on TikTok,does this mean young people will ‘get a go’?

Scott Morrison has joined the wildly popular social media platform,but he seems less interested in listening to what young people want to say.

  • bySweeney Preston
The prawn supremacy:Albanese’s charm offensive in Queensland

The prawn supremacy:Albanese’s charm offensive in Queensland

Anthony Albanese is on a socially distanced charm offensive through northern Queensland as he tries to avoid the same fate as Bill Shorten.

  • byRob Harris
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Surprise Liberal challenger emerges in Warringah with ‘working class’ pitch
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Liberal Party

Surprise Liberal challenger emerges in Warringah with ‘working class’ pitch

Lincoln Parker,a member of the Liberal Party’s Manly branch,is tipped to challenge barrister Jane Buncle for the right to take on independent MP Zali Steggall.

  • byMichael Koziol
Omicron snuffs out prospect of an early election
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Analysis

Omicron snuffs out prospect of an early election

Many Australians will hold Scott Morrison to account for the summer COVID-19 outbreak whether he likes it or not,wiping out the idea of a snap election campaign.

  • byDavid Crowe
Has-beens or heroes? Labor veterans line up for one last roll of the dice
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ALP

Has-beens or heroes? Labor veterans line up for one last roll of the dice

Anthony Albanese’s frontbench hardly represents a new era for Labor after nine years in the wilderness.

  • byRob Harris
Leaders’ election dog fight may give voters paws for thought

Leaders’ election dog fight may give voters paws for thought

Scott and Buddy have paired up to take down the mighty team of Toto and Anthony in the social media race of their lives.

  • byChris Wallace
Why 2022 is a huge election year – both home and abroad

Why 2022 is a huge election year – both home and abroad

The election landscape in 2022,with eye-catching votes across every continent,will not just shape domestic politics and economics,but also international relations well into the 2020s.

  • byAndrew Hammond