Australian Election

Canning is poll 'opening round': ALP

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Shorten says Canning by-election will serve as round one for 2016 election.

Govt risks losing seat of Canning

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Coalition's grasp on WA federal seat of Canning slips further ahead of crucial by-election.

Labor govt will consider Buffett tax rule

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Albanese says policy would be very popular, but party won't commit yet.

Govt mounts fresh carbon tax attack on ALP

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ALP's Joel Fitzgibbon says he 'doesn't care' if people call ETS a tax.

ACTU prepares for early federal election

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Union boss believes next election will come before next Tony Abbott budget.

Shorten 'not intimidated' on ETS

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Opposition leader set to confirm ALP will take emissions trading scheme to next election.

Why the eurozone can't break free from crisis

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Political dysfunction means an economic or financial crisis will always be just around the corner for the eurozone.

Govt lines up double dissolution bills

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Bills on union corruption could become triggers for an election if again rejected by Senate.

Prepare for an avalanche of apartment construction

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A fresh tidal wave of investment just turbocharged the apartment boom transforming Sydney and Melbourne.

Sabotaging the apartment boom could cost Abbott the next election

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The government needs to wake up to the risks of imperilling Asian property investment.

Aggressive Abbott is spoiling for a fight

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With his eyes firmly on the next poll, Abbott is in battle mode and appears increasingly willing to sacrifice consensus on almost any major issue.

ACTU eyes election war chest

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ACTU seeks support of union delegates to build multi-million dollar war chest to fight Abbott govt in 2016.

Abbott should press the double dissolution button

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The small business budget has given Abbott the electoral firepower he needs to blast his way through an obstructionist Senate.

The next election will tear open the generation gap

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As the two major parties reach consensus on the importance of small business, the next election will come down to a battle between the old and the young.

Mirabella to seek Indi pre-selection

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Former frontbencher nominates, possibly setting stage for another Cathy McGowan battle.

Chinese money may save Victoria but sink Abbott

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Tony Abbott's re-election strategy was predicated on riding a wave of discontent with the Andrews Government in Victoria, but an influx of Chinese investment might derail his plan.

Apple Pay plans to launch in Canada

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Sources say tech giant plotting expansion into Canada in northern autumn.

Mission accomplished: NSW ALP

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Labor leader Luke Foley insists election has revitalised the opposition despite heavy loss.

Abbott takes solace from Baird victory

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Prime Minister hails Baird's election victory as a win for the Liberal Party and NSW residents.

'I won't let NSW down,' Baird says

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Premier confident of moving forward on asset sales after 'scare campaign' saw 16 seats lost.

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