Polls swinging to Labor But Turnbull should Survive (the election, at least)

Return of the Turnbull government with a greatly reduced lower house majority is a reasonable expectation ; BUT the person who looks very likely to be a critical player in to the next parliament is not Labor’s Bill Shorten, or even the Greens’ Richard Di Natale, writes Dr Nick Economou.

The populist from South Australia, Nick Xenophon may well be pivotal to the future direction of Australian politics.

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Will India win Hockey medal in Rio?

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Indians in Australia asked to remain cautious of fraudulent calls

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Australia, New Zealand to team up over BREXIT fallout

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