Morrison’s new supreme power

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces New Cabinet

深圳风采投注 www.3nrs3.cn Scott Morrison’s successful one-man campaign changes everything inside the Liberal Party and puts him in a position no other PM has enjoyed.

Morrison to hit four countries in a month

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Announces New Cabinet

The Prime Minister is hitting the international summit circuit, visiting four country in a month.

Albo’s curious quote sets Twitter on fire

Labor leadership contender and member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media in Sydney, Monday, May 27, 2019. Albanese is currently running unopposed for the Labor leadership after Jim Chalmers announced he would not run. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

In his first press conference as Labor leader, Anthony Albanese borrowed a quote from one of his idols and sent social media into meltdown.

The figure Albo wants to change

Labor leader contender and member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media in Sydney, Thursday, May 23, 2019. Mr Albanese is currently running unopposed for the Labor leadership after Jim Chalmers announced he would not run. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Anthony Albanese has outlined how he will lead Labor after its election wipe-out. And it includes fixing one main weakness in our system.

Barnaby’s awkward on-air demotion

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Barnaby Joyce thought he’d be returning to his job as the special envoy to the drought after the election. But then he turned on the TV.

PM dumps ‘laughing stock’ from portfolio

Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison has announced his post-election Cabinet today, and the embattled environment minister Melissa Price was demoted during the reshuffle.

What Australia missed about election

Election Margin Call Labor

It’s the shock election outcome that no one saw coming. But it turns out the result is a good thing for Australia — and for Labor too.

Labor deputy leader hopeful drops out

Anthony Albanese and His Dog

The Opposition is likely to have an all-male leadership team for the first time in 18 years after Clare O’Neil decided not to run for deputy.

Cormann coy on PM’s ministry plans

Behind the Scenes - Federal Election Campaign

Scott Morrison is not expected to make major changes to his team of ministers when he announces the post-election line-up this weekend.

‘Speculation’ around PM’s new ministry

Scott Morrison

With three positions up for grabs, Scott Morrison is putting the final touches to his new-look cabinet. So who is in and who is out?

High honour for Hawke after death

Bob Hawke backstage at Woodfordia. 28th, December. 2018. (Photo AAP/Megan Slade)

After an outpouring of grief about the death of Bob Hawke, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced how the nation will honour him.

Emotional ScoMo chokes back tears

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is seen during a visit to Gipsy Plains Station near Cloncurry, Friday, May 24, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made an emotional return to Queensland to visit cattle farmers devastated by floods earlier this year.

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Bob Hawke’s widow, Blanche d’Alpuget on ABC 7:30 tonight to discuss the incredible life of the former Prime Minister. Picture: 7.30 Report

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

Final tragedy of Bob Hawke’s life

Bob Hawke’s widow, Blanche d’Alpuget on ABC 7:30 tonight to discuss the incredible life of the former Prime Minister. Picture: 7.30 Report

Blanche d’Alpuget has revealed the one thing her husband Bob Hawke was looking forward to in his final days, and didn’t get to do.

Islamic State orphans to return home

Foreign women and children, living in al-Hol camp which houses relatives of Islamic State (IS) group members, walk in the camp in al-Hasakeh governorate in northeastern Syria on March 28, 2019. (Photo by GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP)

Three Aussie kids whose parents moved from Melbourne to join Islamic State will be brought home after their mum and dad both died.

Showdown that explains Albo’s rise

Anthony Albanese Discusses ALP Leadership Contest

Anthony Albanese has enjoyed an incredible rise to power within the Labor Party, and one brutal political confrontation shows exactly why.

No contest: Albanese to become leader

Labor Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese speaks to the media at Henson Park in Marrickville, Sydney, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

It’s now a one-horse race in the Labor leadership, as the only person who could stop Anthony Albanese has pulled out of the contest.

The man set to replace Bill Shorten

Here’s what you need to know about the rock-star Labor MP once labelled “hot Albo” — and now set to be elected Australia’s new Opposition Leader.

China’s icy reaction to ScoMo’s win

Chinese Naval ships docked at Garden Island in Sydney. With the Australian and Chinese flags flying.

The Chinese Government has finally responded to Scott Morrison’s surprise election win — with a way harsher response than other world leaders.

Penny Wong’s subtle dig at Shorten

Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs Penny Wong leaves after a press conference in Adelaide, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Penny Wong has endorsed Anthony Albanese to be leader of the Federal Labor party. (AAP Image/Sam Wundke) NO ARCHIVING

Penny Wong appeared to send a coded warning to interim Labor leader Bill Shorten about his reported meddling in the party’s leadership race.

Barnaby goes on post-election rant

Barnaby's rant. Picture: Sky News

Barnaby Joyce has lashed out at Labor in a fiery rant, claiming they value climate change over the “dignity” of hardworking Australians.

PM to get some bad economic news

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Minister Marise Payne during a meeting at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Monday, May 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

After it was revealed the PM would be unable to keep an election tax cut promise to 10 million Aussies, he is set to get some bad economic news today.

‘Don’t trust each other’: Labor rivalry

The Federal Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese (left) and Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten (right) are seen during a press conference at MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart, Saturday, April 27, 2019. Mr Shorten has promised to pump more than $120 million into various Tasmanian tourist attractions. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Bill Shorten has stunned his colleagues by campaigning against Anthony Albanese for the Labor leadership. Here’s why he’s doing it.

‘Strong advantage’: Why Bowen pulled out

Labor Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen speaks to the media during a press conference in Sydney, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. Chris Bowen has announced that he has withdrawn his bid for the Labor leadership position. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

Chris Bowen has revealed the reason he bowed out of the contest for the Labor leadership, leaving Anthony Albanese to be elected unopposed.

Real losers in surprise election

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Foreign Minister Marise Payne during a meeting at the Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney, Monday, May 20, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

We all think we know how the election went down, but a glance at the raw voting figures has revealed some surprising truths about who won and lost.

‘My parents are PM’s quiet Australians’

Nicole McInnes

Nicole McInnes nearly cried when Scott Morrison made his victory speech because for the first time a politician was speaking about her parents — the ‘quiet Australians’.

What election means for house prices

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For months, the property market was paralysed by the uncertainty of an upcoming federal election. Now two key things are likely to happen.

ScoMo could let down 10 million already

Supplied Scott Morrison on Paul Murray

He’s only just been re-elected but the Prime Minister may have to break his first election promise already, disappointing millions of Aussies.

Clive Palmer a no-show in court

United Australia Party leader Clive Palmer speaks to the media during a press conference in Perth, Friday, May 2, 2019. Mr Palmer said it is unacceptable candidate Tony Hanley, who is running for the new seat of Bean in the ACT, called Saudi Arabians "tea towel heads" and described the children of taxi drivers as "future terrorists". (AAP Image/Rebecca Le May) NO ARCHIVING

Big-spending election loser Clive Palmer was absent from court as his lawyers were lambasted by a judge overseeing Queensland Nickel’s liquidation trial.

The factor that will decide Labor leader

Bill Shorten Concedes Defeat In 2019 Australian Federal Election

A lot of names have been tossed up to replace Bill Shorten. But there is one other factor that could have a big say in the next Labor leader.

Roundabout that explains election result

DAVID COLEMAN MP WELCOMES THE OPENING OF ROUNDABOUT AT BELMORE ROAD IN PEAKHURST. Tuesday, February 6, 2018

At an ordinary looking intersection in western Sydney, a new roundabout sits as a sign of why Labor’s arrogance lost the unlosable election.

Bowen steps up to challenge Albo

Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen speaks to the media during a press conference after the 'Vote for Change Rally' at Bowman Hall in Blacktown, Sydney, Thursday, May 16, 2019. A Federal election will be held in Australian on Saturday May 18, 2019. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

In the background of the Anthony Albanese and Chris Bowen race, two Labor rising stars have been sounded out as possible candidates.

Abbott’s pay rise after crushing defeat

Tony Abbott and daughter Bridget

Tony Abbott’s humiliating defeat in his own seat could actually be a good thing for the former prime minister — or at least for his wallet.

Problem Tanya’s shock statement reveals

PLIBERSEK WATCH

Tanya Plibersek gave one reason for her decision not to run for the Labor leadership, and it revealed something that needs to change.

Awkward Jones moment: ‘Oh my god’

Grabs from Q and A

There’s always a cringeworthy moment on Q&A and it came in the form of Alan Jones trying to take on this topic.

Turnbull’s son: ‘Tony was a terrorist’

Fed Election in Warringah

Malcolm Turnbull’s son Alex has taken credit for the ousting of Tony Abbott from his seat of Warringah, deeming him a “terrorist” within his party.

How One Nation royally screwed Labor

One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson holds a doorstop following the opening of the 57th Parliament at NSW Parliament in Sydney, Tuesday, May 7, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Support for One Nation has increased across the country — and voters directly punished Labor by voting for Pauline Hanson’s party.

Fatal mistake Labor has repeated

Labor supporters watch the tally count at the Federal Labor Reception at Hyatt Place Melbourne, Essendon Fields, in Melbourne, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians have today voted in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

As the election results started to roll in on Saturday there was disbelief among Labor supporters. Then that disbelief turned to anger.

ABC staff warned of $14.6m cuts after election

The logo for Australia's public broadcaster ABC is seen at its head office building in Sydney on September 27, 2018. - Australia's much-loved public broadcaster scrambled to salvage its hard-won reputation for impartiality on September 27, forcing out its chairman who stood accused of intervening in coverage to please the current government. (Photo by Saeed KHAN / AFP)

ABC staff have been warned a “budget challenge” will play out over the next financial year following the re-election of the Coalition Government.

Surprising new contender for Labor

Bill Shorten Concedes Defeat In 2019 Australian Federal Election

As Labor prepares to replace Bill Shorten in the wake of the party’s shock election loss, an unlikely contender is considering entering the race.

‘Disastrous’ comment that cost Labor

Deputy Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek is seen during a press conference at Goodstart Early Learning in Somerton Park in Adelaide, Wednesday, May 1, 2019. (AAP Image/Darren England) NO ARCHIVING

Tanya Plibersek has been slammed over a remark she made in the lead-up to the election, which may have cost her party the crucial state of Queensland.

Results that spell headache for PM

Jacqui Lambie

He may be celebrating now, but life could be very difficult for Scott Morrison when he tries to push any policies through.

Red flag even Shorten didn’t see

Federal leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten speaks to media at a doorstop outside his property in Moonee Ponds, Melbourne, Sunday, May 19, 2019. Shorten has addressed the media outside his home following his defeat in the the 2019 Federal Election last night. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING

Scott Morrison kept saying it throughout the campaign but his warning was ignored by Bill Shorten, who thought he was on track to victory.

The man who predicted ScoMo’s win

Federal Electioon

A data scientist who predicted against the odds that the Coalition would win the election has explained how the opinion polls got it so wrong.

What a Coalition win means for you

Australian Currency

Scott Morrison’s stunning win saw the Coalition remain in government, but some changes are still coming soon. Here’s what you need to know.

Pauline Hanson’s sweet victory

One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is seen during the final day of campaigning at The Central Market, Adelaide, Friday, May 17, 2019. (AAP Image/David Mariuz) NO ARCHIVING.

The dual citizenship debacle left One Nation’s Malcolm Roberts out in the cold. But the Queensland senator has been voted back in.

Dumped MP slams vile emails

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Independent MP Kerryn Phelps has lashed out at a vile email campaign against her as she conceded defeat in a key Sydney seat.

Morrison to win majority as seats firm

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The Coalition will form majority government, as final results firm in the government’s favour after its stunning win on Saturday night.

‘Australians are dumb’: Celebs’ fury

Meshel Laurie tweted 'Australians are dumb'

Celebrities and TV personalities furious at Scott Morrison’s shock election victory have vented their anger, calling Australians “dumb”.

Shorten’s promise to himself backfires

Bill Shorten Concedes Defeat In 2019 Australian Federal Election

Bill Shorten made a promise to himself before Saturday’s election. And he didn’t break it. But it ended up being Labor’s biggest problem.

Albo announces run for leadership

Anthony Albanese in Balmain today.

The race to replace Bill Shorten has already started. Anthony Albanese made his pitch at a pub in Sydney’s inner west this afternoon.

They had it completely wrong

The final Newspoll of the election campaign painted a vastly different picture to the one that eventuated.

They’ve brought down prime ministers, but how much faith can be placed in opinion polls after the 2019 federal election?

Presenter mocked for election prediction

Markson deatiled the Coalition's path to victory in a detailed segment over a week before the election.

A commentator has responded after she was roasted for making the bold prediction that the government would win the election.

Morrison’s win compared to Trump’s

(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 18, 2017 US President Donald Trump gives a thumbs-up as he walks to Marine One at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. - Democrats have chosen Milwaukee as the site of their 2020 election convention, in an effort to win back swing voters in the American "Rust Belt" who helped elect Donald Trump. In announcing the decision on March 11, 2019, the Democratic Party emphasized it is the first time a Midwestern city other than Chicago has been chosen to host a party convention in more than 100 years. Midwestern states where steel, automobile and other manufacturing industries have withered in recent decades, were crucial to Trump's unexpected victory in the 2016 presidential election. He won the upper Midwestern state of Wisconsin, a crucial battleground where Milwaukee is located, by a mere 23,000 votes out of nearly three million cast. (Photo by SAUL LOEB / AFP)

Donald Trump has congratulated ScoMo on his win via a www.3nrs3.cn retweet. Now the pair’s surprise victories are being compared.

Why Abbott’s defeat meant nothing

Former Prime Minister and Warringah Liberal candidate Tony Abbott concedes defeat at Manly Leagues Club in Brookvale, Sydney, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians have voted in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/Bianca De Marchi) NO ARCHIVING

Tony Abbott’s defeat was meant to be the start of a wave of big scalps. But his loss ended up masking a wider issue across the nation.

Clive Palmer’s $60 million failure

United Australia Party leader Clive Palmer speaks to the media during a press conference in Perth, Friday, May 2, 2019. Mr Palmer said it is unacceptable candidate Tony Hanley, who is running for the new seat of Bean in the ACT, called Saudi Arabians "tea towel heads" and described the children of taxi drivers as "future terrorists". (AAP Image/Rebecca Le May) NO ARCHIVING

He spent $60 million on advertising and annoyed Australians by any means possible during the campaign. But Clive Palmer won nothing.

Five seats that turned election

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When Scott Morrison celebrated his victory, he had special praise for these five seats. These are the seats that all went wrong for Labor.

What happened? Inside Labor’s mess

2019 election night

Labor and Bill Shorten lost the unlosable election, with no one expecting the result that played out last night. This is how it all went wrong.

Bill and Chloe Shorten interrupt Albo

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Talk about awkward timing. Anthony Albanese was in the middle of announcing his bid for the leadership when Bill and Chloe stole his thunder.

Scott Morrison’s ‘C-word’ moment

***BESTPIX*** Scott Morrison Claims Victory In 2019 Australian Federal Election

In a night of bombshells, it wasn’t ScoMo’s win that had Australia confused. It was a certain C-word he blurted out in his victory speech.

Shorten stands down after loss

2019 election night

After suffering a loss that no-one predicted, Bill Shorten has stood down as Labor leader.

One key seat left to call

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison appears set to have the 78 seats he needs to govern in majority, with just one seat still too close to call.

What Shorten’s crushing defeat means

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Bill Shorten had six years to prepare for victory and he failed miserably. His defeat carries a lesson for all sides of politics.

Clive Palmer claims credit for victory

United Australia Party (UAP) leader Clive Palmer addresses media at an event at the Playford Hotel in Adelaide, Thursday, May 2, 2019. (AAP Image/Kelly Barnes) NO ARCHIVING

Clive Palmer has taken credit for the Coalition’s stunning election victory, after his big spending campaign had an impact in Queensland.

Eggboy spotted at Labor Party

Supplied Egg boy pictured at Labor HQ Picture: Charis Change/www.3nrs3.cn

There’s a surprise guest at Labor’s election party - none other than the teen who famously cracked an egg on Senator Fraser Anning’s head.

Abbott’s triumphant concession speech

Daily Telegraph

Tony Abbott has delivered his concession speech after losing the safe Liberal seat of Warringah, but he said it wasn’t all bad news.

Bishop reveals Abbott’s big mistake

Election Night - Julie Bishop appearing on Channel 9 election coverage Picture: Channel 9

As it was announced Tony Abbott lost the seat he held for 25 years, his former deputy said there was one issue that “did him a lot of damage”.

Pauline Hanson missing in action

NSW Parly

The One Nation leader was nowhere to be seen today as voters flocked to the polls, with political watchers wanting her to please explain.

Josh Frydenberg holds his seat

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is followed by anti Adani protesters at a booth in Balwyn for the seat of Kooyong on election Day in Melbourne, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/David Crosling) NO ARCHIVING

Josh Frydenberg has held his Melbourne seat of Kooyong despite a campaign marred by dirty tactics.

Government’s $16.5m gamble pays off

Minister for Jobs Kelly O'Dwyer delivers a press conference in the Blue Room at Parliament House, in Canberra, Thursday, February 21, 2019. A record number of Australians are in work, with seasonally adjusted employment increasing by 39,100 in January 2019, to stand at a record high, of 12,751,800. (AAP Image/Sam Mooy) NO ARCHIVING

A desperate Coalition threw millions of dollars at this key seat after the exit of Kelly O’Dwyer. And it’s paid off.

Libs hold Curtin after Bishop’s exit

Julie Bishop arrives at the InStyle and Women of Style Awards in Sydney, Wednesday, May 8, 2019. (AAP Image/Joel Carrett) NO ARCHIVING

Julie Bishop’s former seat of Curtin looks has stuck to the Liberals following a troubled campaign by independent Louise Stewart.

Tale of revenge could spark major upset

Flinders

A major upset could be on the cards today if a Coalition defector successfully exacts her revenge on Health Minister Greg Hunt.

Seat by seat: How your electorate voted

Voting hand

The Coalition will form government after a shock result in the federal election. The only question is how many seats it will win.

Labor snatches Coalition’s most marginal seat

Corangamite - Federal Election 2019

Labor has taken a crucial seat from the Liberal Party in Victoria following a “nightmarish” redistribution.

Jenny reacts to stunning triumph

Jenny Morrison

Moments after Scott Morrison left the stage last night, his wife Jenny found herself in front of the camera. This is what she said.

New poll points to Labor victory

Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten speaks to the media after casting his vote at Moonee Ponds West Primary school in Melbourne, Saturday, May 18, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition Leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/Lukas Coch) NO ARCHIVING

A new exit poll is pointing to a Labor victory tonight, with an expected swing of 2.4 per cent to Bill Shorten’s party.

Libs win key western Sydney seat

Fed Election in the Seat of Lindsay

The key western Sydney seat of Lindsay has been called for Liberal candidate Melissa McIntosh.

Clive Palmer workers left speechless

United Australia Party 'volunteers' at the Freshwater State School polling booth in Cairns could not name any of Clive Palmer's policies but swore he was not paying them amid reports he has sourced booth workers from a local modeling agency. PICTURE: CHRIS CALCINO

It was a simple question any political volunteer should be able to answer immediately. But when these workers were confronted, an awkward silence followed.

Dutton backer wins in close race

Qt

One of the architects of Peter Dutton’s shambolic leadership challenge has won a tough fight to hold on to his seat despite polling showing a swing to Labor.

High-profile Lib defeated in SA seat

Campaign posters of Georgins Downer and Rebekha Sharkie are seen in Adelaide, Saturday, May 18, 2019. (AAP Image/Kelly Barnes) NO ARCHIVING

Instant name-recognition will make for an interesting battle in the seat of Mayo, with two high-profile candidates going head-to-head.

Libs win in seat where Labor spent big

Liberal candidate for Pearce, Christian Porter arrives with his daughter Florence and wife, Jen at Ellen Stirling Primary School on Election Day in Perth, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) NO ARCHIVING

Labor poured a massive amount of money and resources into the seat of Pearce held by the Coalition’s Attorney-General Christian Porter.

Palmer campaigner caught in disgusting act

Daily Telegraph

A campaigner for Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party took the spirit of democracy sausage a little too literally in western Sydney this morning.

Fiona Martin retains Reid for Liberals

Fiona Martin

Craig Laundy snatched the Reid electorate from Labor in 2013. Now newcomer Fiona Martin has retained the seat for the Liberals.

Labor wins messiest race of the campaign

Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to the media during a doorstop press conference during a visit to the Nowchem factory in Nowra in the electorate of Gilmore south of Sydney, Monday, May 6, 2019. The Prime Minister was joined by Karen Andrews, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, candidate for Gilmore Warren Mundine and Senator Arthur Sinodinos. (AAP Image/Dean Lewins) NO ARCHIVING

Infighting, a messy preselection battle and an eleventh hour captain’s pick from Scott Morrison preceded a Labor victory in the seat of Gilmore.

‘Dirty’: Voting sign sparks outrage

Campaign signs for Shireen Morris have been defaced in Melbourne.

The Liberals have been lashed for hitting a “new low” after voters translated a sign that’s been spotted at polling places.

Kerryn Phelps on track to lose Wentworth

Australians Head To The Polls To Vote In 2019 Federal Election

Dave Sharma is on track to reclaim the eastern Sydney seat of Wentworth for the Liberals, booting out independent Kerryn Phelps.

Surprise victory helps PM secure majority

Liberal candidate for Chisholm Gladys Liu at her campaign launch at the Box Hill Golf Club in Melbourne, Monday, April 15, 2019. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas) NO ARCHIVING

Liberal Gladys Liu will become the first female Chinese-Australian woman to sit in Parliament in a win that has helped Scott Morrison secure a majority.

Peter Dutton holds onto his seat

Federal Member for Dickson Peter Dutton is seen at Albany Creek State School on Election Day in Brisbane, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/Glenn Hunt) NO ARCHIVING

His mate Tony Abbott may have suffered an embarrassing defeat, but Peter Dutton has pulled of an election victory to hold onto his marginal Queensland seat.

Labor’s hopes to win back seat dashed

Matt

The traditional Labor seat of Capricornia has been held by the LNP for the past six years, and now that’s not going to change.

When will we know who is the PM?

Prime Minister Scott Morrison Campaigns In Key Electorates As Election Day Nears

Election day is here and votes have been cast but when will we know who is the prime minister of Australia? We explain.

Penalty for not voting in the election

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If you’re planning on skipping the polling booths, think again. Here’s what happens if you can’t (or refuse) to vote today.

How the election results unfolded

Bill Shorten concedes defeat during the federal Labor Reception on Election Day in Melbourne, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians have today voted in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/David Crosling) NO ARCHIVING

There were shock results all night and we brought them to you blow by blow. Get up to speed here.

Cheat sheet for Senate ballot paper

Australians to vote

The Senate ballot paper is daunting, and not just because of its size. This is your cheat sheet to all the parties you’ve never heard of.

‘It tastes like change’: Leaders’ final push

Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten and his wife Chloe eat a sausage sandwich on a federal election day in Melbourne, Australia, Saturday, May 18, 2019. Polling stations opened across Australia on Saturday in elections that are likely to deliver the nation's sixth prime minister in as many years. (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill)

Bill Shorten is quietly confident he’s about to become Australia’s next Prime Minister, as he and Scott Morrison race towards the finish line.

Most insane cost of democracy sausage

General view of a democracy sausage on Election Day in Melbourne, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. (AAP Image/James Ross) NO ARCHIVING

The biggest question on voters’ minds today is not Labor or Liberal — it’s whether this democracy sausage is too expensive.

What it’s like to vote overseas

Voting in New York. Picture: Benedict Brook

It doesn’t matter where you are in the world if you are Australian, you need to vote. This view is about as far from Australia as you can get.

Clive Palmer workers left speechless

Palmer

It was a simple question any political volunteer should be able to answer immediately. These workers responded with awkward silence followed.

Election moment that said everything

Australia's Labor leader Bill Shorten (L) and Liberal leader and prime minister, Scott Morrison (R), take part in "The Leaders' Debate" at the National Press Club of Australia in Canberra on May 8, 2019. - Last week's poll showed the election will be closely fought, but also underscored the complexities of Australia's election system -- which asks voters to rank parties by preferences and encourages voting pacts between major and minor parties. (Photo by Liam Kidston / POOL / AFP)

Amid five weeks of constant bickering and campaigning one telling moment said everything about the choice Australians were facing.

Dad’s election trick on young son

Penrith Polling

What happens in the polling booth usually stays in the polling booth. Not this time with a dad pulling off a hilarious trick.

Why this election is a game-changer

A composite image created on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 of, Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks at a press conference in Perth on Thursday, March 28, 2019. (AAP Image/Richard Wainwright) NO ARCHIVING **** Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten speaks to the media during a visit to Holmesglen TAFE in Melbourne, Wednesday, March 27, 2019. (AAP Image/Erik Anderson) NO ARCHIVING

Aussies often complain all pollies are the same. But we have a stark choice at this election and the result could have huge consequences.

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