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Predicting the election result has been portrayed as a battle over who will be more accurate, the polls or the betting markets. The polls …

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It became clear yesterday at ANZAC ceremonies and sporting events around the country. In terms of a rousing, patriotic paean, New Zealand’s God Defend New …

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With two weeks of the campaign underway, betting markets in the head to head show the Coalition’s price coming in. Aggregated across five agencies, …

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It popped up in my in box yesterday. One of those tiresome exhortations to sign a petition. This one had already been signed by …

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There it was yesterday. The Wall Street Journal’s cheeky headline: “Australia to pick its new leader — with an election.” We know, we know. Two …

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The signature piece of Bill Shorten’s budget-in-reply last night, a $2.3 billion extension to Medicare for cancer patients, is a case of decent policy meeting …

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It’s now been nine months and it is time to make the call. The National Redress Scheme is a dismal failure. The scheme, established …

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For much of this week we have been preoccupied with one of the joyless undercards of Australian politics, smothered in what we might call …

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If the dreadful attacks on Christchurch taught us anything, it is that there is a global pandemic of destructive narcissism, anti-social personality disorder and …

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The wolves are at the door. The barbarians are at the gate. In the streets of our major cities, the Visigoths and Vandals come …

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