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Federal Government

Albanese's history-making Labor ministry sworn in

New cabinet, outer ministry and assistant minister roles have gone to a record number of women.

Federal Government

Liberal and National parties elect new leaders

The Liberal and National parties have both elected new leaders, revealing Labor's opposition for the next three years.

Federal Government

What happens if the 2022 election results in a hung parliament?

The gap in opinion polls between the two major parties has narrowed as election day draws near. But what happens if it results in a hung parliament?

Centrelink

myGov pioneer lashes lack of progress

As Labor promises myGov overhaul, one of the original architects strongly criticises delays in its development.

Federal Government

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.

Federal Government

Older Aussies in contested seats hold key to election

Voters in marginal seats are turning away from politics and want the economy to be the focus instead.

Federal Government

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

With the election just around the corner, the AEC is warning voters to be careful about giving their personal information to political parties.

Age Pension

Age Pension 'long overdue' for an overhaul

Age Pension system is in desperate need of an overhaul and any future government should make it a priority, says advocacy group.

Federal Budget

Older Australians reveal voting intentions ahead of Federal Election

The YourLifeChoices Federal Budget 2022–23 member reaction poll delivers grim news for the government.

Federal Government

Strong policies go missing in lacklustre election battle

May election a contest between 'a desperate PM and an opposition leader who sometimes looks out of his depth'.

Superannuation

The super giveaway allowing the already wealthy to amass more

The federal government's decision to extend this superannuation rule amounts to letting the rich get richer at the expense of those less well off.

Federal Budget

Over-50s and younger voters disagree on Federal Budget

Newspoll survey reveals mixed reactions to the Federal Budget with younger voters giving it a thumbs down and over-50s a thumbs up.

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