Supporters on both sides of politics are at odds with their parties on some key issues including the environment, asylum-seekers and counter-terrorism legislation, Fairfax Media's YourVote compass has revealed.
Eamonn Duff She has voted in 10 federal elections, worked for ministers and travelled the world as an Australian national. Now immigration is refusing to reissue her passport - because she cannot prove she's a citizen.
Tony Wright A keen breeze slices down Glenferrie Road and skirls around the cold bluestone of St George's Anglican Church in Malvern.
Amy Remeikis Queensland's abortion debate heating up in back rooms of parliament.
David Wroe, Matthew Knott and Heath Aston The "fragile" global economic recovery has taken a hit from the shock Brexit result, Malcolm Turnbull has said, even as he sought to reassure Australians that a re-elected Coalition can weather gathering waves of instability.
Peter Martin Australian top economic forecasters expect living standards to fall in the year ahead as economic growth weakens and the budget deficit blows out.
Peter Martin Dealing with climate change will be as important a challenge for the next Australian government as dealing with the deficit according to the BusinessDay Economic Survey.
David Wroe, Matthew Knott The "fragile" global economic recovery has taken a major hit from the shock Brexit result, Malcolm Turnbull has said, even as he sought to reassure Australians that a re-elected Coalition can weather gathering waves of instability.
Georgina Mitchell An Australian man's idea to help out homeless people living in his city is set to go worldwide, after he was approached by charities in the United States and the United Kingdom ahead of its Australian launch.
Adam Morton Arguably the most visible election posters in Hobart are for a woman who - according to conventional wisdom - has no chance of winning. But does she?
Police are investigating the indecent assault of an 11-year-old girl after a break-in at her Lake Tabourie home ...