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"As a teenager Bob inspired me, as a Prime Minister he guided me. I will miss him."
Possibly our toughest quiz ever.
Prime minister Scott Morrison called the Greens "a very dangerous fringe party".
The country that got a new prime minister only nine months ago is heading back to the polls.
"A lot of things have been done for us, without us. That's what we're trying to change."
We've got just three sleeps until the election, but there's still plenty going on.
Paul Keating Calls For Voters To "Drive A Political Stake" Through Peter Dutton's "Dark Political Heart"
The former Labor prime minister delivered the scathing attack on the home affairs minister as the election campaign became more hectic and intense, less than a week from polling day.
Look, Scott Morrison had a go. Or he got a go. Wait, is he getting a go? Is it a fair go for those who keep their promises?
The election is next week and things are getting serious. Except, they also aren't.
Forget polls, this is the most accurate way to find out what Aussies care about.
Australian Politicians Are Now Trying To Explain Memes. Please Can We Just Have The Election Already
If the endless slog of an election campaign wasn't hard enough, politicians now have to compete with a new royal baby and impossible sporting comebacks for our attention.
The Labor leader called the Daily Telegraph's story about his mother "a new low".
Here’s Everything We Know So Far About Far-Right Activist Neil Erikson’s Alleged Meetings With The Liberal Party
Far-right activist Neil Erikson refers to himself as “the biggest troll in Australia”. He recently set his sights on the Liberal party.
What is it with eggs and Australian politics?
Kevin Rudd And Julia Gillard Were The Divorced Parents At Labor's Campaign Launch And This Isn't Awkward At All
*rocking back and forth* It's OK, the election is next week, It's OK, the election is next week...
Well done everyone, but especially well done Angus.
The prime minister is a firm believer in having a go. And getting a go.
We've got 16 days to go, come on everyone — we can do this.
A Liberal candidate was disendorsed over his anti-Muslim comments, another resigned over anti-gay remarks, and a Labor candidate apologised over rape jokes.
These models are showing the industry what diversity really means.
The federal election campaign has decided to give Game of Thrones a run for its money in terms of drama.
I guess we've got three weeks of the Palmer Show now folks.
All of which include breath-taking spots for the 'gram.
We've got a whole month left to go, kids.
Yes, he is walking on the kitchen bench. No, I don't know what is going on.
The election campaign on Wednesday involved George Christensen's travel to the Philippines, the prime minister posing with some carrots, and both sides talking about Labor policies.
Friday saw the two main parties argue over Labor's tax policies and Dutton face criticism over his comments about his opponent Ali France.
Brittney drunkenly saying "what's happening?" at the rose ceremony was the biggest of moods.
Imagine what's going to happen when the campaigning actually begins.
Flat out like a koala in season? Sounds about Australian.
Victoria Police said the far-right Australian senator acted in "self-defence" when striking the teenager who broke an egg on his head.
Organised cheating threatens the integrity of Australia’s higher education system, education minister Dan Tehan said.
"We’ve learned from DJ Khaled over the years — repetitive catch phrases sell music and jet skis are NOT your friend," police wrote on Facebook.
"I can show you the world..."
The arrow pierced the phone, causing it to strike the man on the chin, police say.
A Politician Told His Colleagues To "Shut Up" And It Was Actually The Most Mature Thing Anyone Said Or Did
A guy who is not the deputy prime minister announced he was the elected deputy prime minister and then it all kicked off.
These women are all empowering, bold and bloody beautiful.
I have ZERO chill about this.
These People Sued The Government For Failing As A Landlord, Then The Government Said They Owed Unpaid Rent. They Just Won Their Case
The NT government has to make sure remote communities have habitable housing and respond to repairs requests in a reasonable time, a tribunal found on Wednesday.