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Outback Northern Territory<p>Marginal Labor 3.7%<p>MP<p>Warren Snowdon (ALP) since 2001, having previously represented the single Northern Territory …

the states where Labor lost the election

The two states that host Australia's car industry, Victoria and South Australia, both recorded swings towards the Coalition that exceeded the …

Bill Shorten 'undecided' on pitching for Labor leadership

Mr Shorten said he was "genuinely undecided" about his own future, and whether he would pursue the leadership.<p>"I've got a couple of criteria," he …

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Election 2013: the facts

Paul Kelly, Dennis Shanahan and Chris Kenny say there's been a strong change in government as a new-style Tony Abbott prepares to lead the country.

Sport and motoring enthusiasts to join Senate in new 'hung parliament'

In NSW, many voters facing a ballot paper of 45 party columns and 110 names responded by putting a 1 in the first box on the ballot paper, which …

Federal Election 2013: Live coverage and results

Wow - end of the night. Let's wrap up:<p><b>Tony Abbott</b> is the <b>28th prime minister</b> elect of Australia after the <b>Coalition</b> swept back into office;• <b><br>Mr Abbott</b> …

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Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott walks to the podium to claim victory in the federal election. Photo by the ABC's John Donegan. #auspol #ausvotes #election #election2013

Security ejects man from Coalition victory celebration

Senate looms as an obstacle to Tony Abbott

The strength of the swing to the Coalition in Tasmania also increases the government's chances of snaring a third Senate seat, to Labor's two, with …

The swing was on in Tasmania with Labor's vote taking a 10 point knock - but further potential blowouts in NSW and Queensland were contained. Nationally, Labor has suffered a 3.6 percentage point swing against it. The coalition has at least 89 seats in the 150-seat lower house, with Labor expected to hold 56. http://bit.ly/1aVvRZW

Kevin Rudd concedes defeat and steps down as Labor leader

Kevin Rudd has officially conceded defeat and announced that he will step down as leader of the Labor Party.<p>Mr Rudd says he has already called …

Former prime minister Kevin Rudd surrounded by ecstatic supporters on election night

Despite the gloomy proclamations beaming from the large screens at the Legends Room in the Gabba in Brisbane, the mood at Mr Rudd's event is …

Disunity was death for a government with a strong record

Labor managed the economy well and achieved significant reforms, but ultimately simply couldn't govern itself. Voters were always going to punish …

Promises and challenges: The road ahead for Tony Abbott's Government

Voters have awarded Tony Abbott victory in the election, but for the man who wants to be known as the "infrastructure Prime Minister", the hard work …

Bill Shorten vows to unite Labor, undecided on leadership

Labor frontbencher Bill Shorten tells Insiders he has not yet decided whether he will run for the vacant Labor leadership position and says …

Clive Palmer set to win Fairfax, enter Parliament

Billionaire businessman Clive Palmer, the founder of the Palmer United Party, looks set to win the Queensland electorate of Fairfax.<p>With more than 76 …

Bill Shorten says he hasn't yet decided if he will run for the Labor leadership

Greens leader Christine Milne maintains her party had an "extraordinary" result at the federal election, despite it recording a swing against it of 3.4 per cent at the close of counting last night. Nationally, the Greens attracted 8.4 per cent of the primary vote but look set to pick up a new Victorian Senator, Janet Rice, and to hold its existing Senate seats and Adam Bandt's lower house seat of Melbourne. The win will take the number of Greens in the Senate to 10 after July 1: http://ow.ly/22qClV

The man who shared the stage with Tony Abbott last night had evaded security with a fake wristband made from a yellow lolly wrapper. The man is believed to be a 25-year-old anti-coal protester who goes by the name Twiggy Palmcock, and who was also running a fake bid for the western Sydney seat of Greenway. More photos and story: http://ow.ly/22q662

Voters swing away from Greens, despite Adam Bandt's re-election

While the Greens are celebrating the re-election of Deputy Leader Adam Bandt in the seat of Melbourne, results from the rest of the country have not …