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Kosmos Samaras

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The ageing red wall

In 1993, a school polling booth in Meadow Heights had a 75 per cent primary vote for Labor. In 2010, the Broadmeadows electorate’s Labor vote was 69 per cent. You …

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Labor and Coalition fail to sell hope in Victorian election

During the early days of the pandemic some pondered on what the political landscape would look like once we got to the other side. The 1945 UK general election came …

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Democracy festival

Spring in Victoria is renowned for festivals that provide ample opportunities for us to end our winter hibernation. This year there will be the Organs of Ballarat Goldfields music festival, …

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The Albanese Government’s ‘honeymoon’? I think not.

We are three months in to a new federal Labor government and things seem to be going well. Poll numbers are good, legislation has been passed through the House of …

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Paper tigers: Many once safe Liberal and Labor seats have dwindled

Something changed on the weekend and it was not just a government. The results, right across much of this country, sent a strong message to the major parties. Traditional Liberal …

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Paper tigers: Many once safe Liberal and Labor seats have dwindled

Something changed on the weekend and it was not just a government. The results, right across much of this country, sent a strong message to the major parties. Traditional Liberal …

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