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ICAC not a consideration as Liberals say Berejiklian shifts thinking on federal tilt

ICAC not a consideration as Liberals say Berejiklian shifts thinking on federal tilt

Senior Liberals say the pending findings of a corruption inquiry will have no bearing on whether the former NSW premier decides to run federally in Warringah.

  • by Lucy Cormack

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It’s the final quarter and it’s Albanese’s time to kick
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It’s the final quarter and it’s Albanese’s time to kick

The Labor leader is yet to establish his identity in the minds of many Australians, but yesterday he was clear: it’s game on.

  • by Emma Dawson
Albanese channels Labor legend with A Better Future campaign

Albanese channels Labor legend with A Better Future campaign

The Opposition Leader shouldn’t assume a well-crafted speech and a hungry look will allow him to walk into the top job.

  • by David Day
Coalition, Labor gear up for long election campaign on trust

Coalition, Labor gear up for long election campaign on trust

The Coalition will seek to tie Labor’s election prospects to support from the Greens, while Labor wants to make the poll a referendum on the Prime Minister’s character.

  • by Lisa Visentin and Shane Wright
‘Two weeks ago, it was no. Now, the door is ajar’: Berejiklian considers run in Warringah

‘Two weeks ago, it was no. Now, the door is ajar’: Berejiklian considers run in Warringah

The party is running polls to examine locals’ response to the potential candidacy of Gladys Berejiklian over Mike Baird. In the words of a Liberal: “the only candidate who can win back the seat for us is Gladys. She is a rockstar in the electorate”.

  • by James Massola
Free TAFE, more uni places in $1.1 billion Labor promise for post-pandemic skills training

Free TAFE, more uni places in $1.1 billion Labor promise for post-pandemic skills training

Labor is promising to make TAFE free for critical jobs across a range of sectors, as well as funding more university places if it wins the next election.

  • by James Massola
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It’s the stupid economy - and navigating its volatility will test the PM’s grip on power
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It’s the stupid economy - and navigating its volatility will test the PM’s grip on power

Australia can no longer claim to be a role model in protecting both lives and livelihoods.

  • by George Megalogenis
Why Albanese is playing a dead bat
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Why Albanese is playing a dead bat

Scott Morrison will keep bowling up scare campaigns to put voters off Labor. The Opposition Leader’s strategy in reply? Don’t be scary. Labor will avoid spooking voters, even if that disappoints the party’s true believers.

  • by Peter Hartcher
Nerves aplenty over climate policy powderkeg
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Nerves aplenty over climate policy powderkeg

Labor MPs know the party’s new climate target will bring them under attack from both sides for doing too little or too much.

  • by David Crowe
Labor launches election fight over climate change and household costs

Labor launches election fight over climate change and household costs

Anthony Albanese is promising to cut electricity prices by 18 per cent within three years along with a pledge to reduce emissions by 43 per cent by 2030.

  • by David Crowe
Labor sets 43 per cent emissions reduction target for 2030

Labor sets 43 per cent emissions reduction target for 2030

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has set a new target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 43 per cent by 2030 if he wins power at the next election.

  • by David Crowe