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Why I’ve stopped reading News Ltd

Charles RichardsonApr 27, 201021 Comments

My colleague the Poll Bludger drew attention this morning to the

Greens tell Bartlett to get Nick’d

Charles RichardsonApr 18, 2010

Tasmanian Greens leader Nick McKim has turned down the offer of a seat in premier David Bartlett's new cabinet. He made the right decision, says Charles Richardson.

Labor wins the battle in Tasmania, but the war has just begun

Ruth BApr 9, 201016 Comments

After a long and bloody battle, Tasmania's election finally has finally come to an end, with the Greens g

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As expected,  more or less

As expected, more or less

Charles RichardsonMar 20, 20109 Comments

Seat by seat thru Tasmania: Denison

Seat by seat thru Tasmania: Denison

Charles RichardsonMar 19, 20101 Comment

In 2006 the ALP won three seats and the others one each: the Liberals finished on 1.6 quotas, only narrowly ahead of the Greens on 1.48. In 2002 the Greens had actually outvoted the

Election Eve live-chat: 2pm today

CrikeyMar 19, 20103 Comments

Join the Crikey Team, plus commentators including William Bowe, Possum Comitatus

How to read Tassie Newspoll

Charles RichardsonMar 19, 20101 Comment

If you read the Australian for the commentary rather than the numbers, you'll think that today's Tasmanian

The pundits predict tomorrow’s polls

CrikeyMar 19, 2010

With one day until voters cast their ballots in tomorrow's Tasmanian and South Australian elections, the papers

Election Eve editorials

Election Eve editorials

CrikeyMar 19, 201013 Comments


The Oz’s Matt Denholm loses the plot

Greg BarnsMar 19, 20102 Comments

"With the South Australian election also on a knife-edge, Labor faces the possible loss of two state governments, potentially creating an irresistible momentum for Tony Abbott and the f