UPDATE The ABC's election guru, Antony Green, says the Coalition has now won 76 seats, enough to form government in its own right.
The Coalition has inched ahead of Labor in the Queensland seats of Flynn and Capricornia, meaning it now has enough seats to form majority government and will not have to rely on crossbenchers to govern.
Malcolm Turnbull returned back to work as prime minister on Monday after declaring victory in the federal election.
But his first day didn't go exactly to plan. Things got a little awkward in the PM's Parliament House office when this little girl brought up Tony Abbott.
The Coalition is projected to win 76 seats and Labor 69, with five crossbenchers - the Greens' Adam Bandt, Nick Xenophon Team's Rebekha Sharkie, Bob Katter, Andrew Wilkie and Cathy McGowan.
Meanwhile, five seats remain in doubt.
When is Parliament back?
Parliament doesn't return until two weeks after we get a final result in the Senate.
Counting is going quite slowly, which means it won't be until mid or late August until our highly paid representatives get to yell at each other again.
And there are some changes on the horizon. Both sides will reshuffle their frontbenches, which means new ministers and shadow ministers.
What does this mean for the marriage equality plebiscite?
Other government policies, such as the future of partial university fee deregulation are also up in the air, with the comments closing on the government's discussion paper Driving Innovation, Fairness and Excellence in Australian Higher Education due by 25th July.
Alice Workman is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Canberra.
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