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Labor and the Coalition's key election policy promises explained

Labor and the Coalition's key election policy promises explained

Here's a quick recap of the major parties' promises ahead of the 2022 federal election.

Election rules change ensures Australians with COVID can vote

Election rules change ensures Australians with COVID can vote

Those isolating due to COVID will no longer have to miss out on having their say.

Pollies are giving me indigestion over breakfast

Pollies are giving me indigestion over breakfast

The election campaign has been too long for semi-retired teacher Dianne Motton.

What happens if I catch COVID in election week?

What happens if I catch COVID in election week?

There are a number of other ways to cast your vote if you are forced to isolate on election day.

Pre-polling begins today. Here's all you need to know

Pre-polling begins today. Here's all you need to know

Early voting opens today. Here's how to cast your vote early and away from home.

Cost of living and aged care reform top list of election priorities

Cost of living and aged care reform top list of election priorities

Survey reveals issues Aussies really want the next government to tackle.

Older Aussies the winners of pre-election promises?

Older Aussies the winners of pre-election promises?

Major parties make a raft of promises that would be welcomed by older Australians.

Should we be concerned about a military conflict with China?

Should we be concerned about a military conflict with China?

Defence minister Peter Dutton says Australia should prepare for war.

Older Aussies in contested seats hold key to election

Older Aussies in contested seats hold key to election

Voters in marginal seats are frustrated with politicians and turning to core economic issues.

Election priorities for older Australians

Election priorities for older Australians

Age Pension and aged care reform among 37 demands sought from next government.

Cashless welfare card for pensioners? Death tax? What to believe

Cashless welfare card for pensioners? Death tax? What to believe

Who can you trust when both sides seem set on misleading you?

AEC warns voters to ‘think twice’ before giving details to parties

AEC warns voters to ‘think twice’ before giving details to parties

There are many reasons to be cautious about giving out your personal information.

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