A collective yawn may have met the rallying cries of politicians over the past eight weeks, but Hashmat Najib can't get enough of the protracted election campaign.
Harold Mitchell With one day to go the media is at fever pitch speculating about the election.
Peter Martin, Mark Kenny Claims of a boost to living standards from the government's planned company tax cuts rest largely on a dramatic reduction in tax avoidance, a new analysis shows.
Cameron Atfield and Tony Moore The central Queensland coast has emerged as the state's key election battleground, as both major parties turn their attention to Rockhampton, Gladstone and Mackay.
David Wroe America's openly gay Ambassador John Berry has said Australia could conduct a same-sex marriage plebiscite campaign with "great respect" and in a way that unites the country on the issue.
Bianca Hall, Legal Affairs reporter The overwhelming majority of people Australia sent to Papua New Guinea are genuine refugees, new figures suggest.
Cameron Atfield Glenn Lazarus may have had a few preconceived ideas about politics before being voted into the Senate, but starring in a sexually charged political advertisement was not one of them.
James Massola, Chief Political Reporter Roger Corbett, a former Reserve Bank board member, Woolworths chief executive and Fairfax Media chairman, confirmed the pair had, in recent months, discussed a post-poltics career for the former Liberal leader.
Anna Patty Anouk Sireude resigned from her job when she was 12 weeks pregnant because another company offered her an extra month of paid parental leave.
Peter Martin Elections are all about giveaways, right? And just who pays for all the promises?
The democracy sausage sizzle may be the best part of voting, and there's entire websites dedicated to them