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Full election results
76 seats needed for a majority
Still to call
72.64% counted
Updated May 24, 2022, 7.21am
Minister for Foreign Affairs Penny Wong, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Finance Minister Katy Gallagher and Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles after being sworn in.

Labor to investigate asylum seeker boat arrival as frontbench takes shape

Labor members are questioning the timing of Australian Border Force’s interception of a Sri Lankan boat on election day, which led to the Liberal Party immediately texting millions of voters.

‘A pleasant surprise’: The niche party challenging Pauline Hanson in Qld

Legalise Cannabis Australia have performed well in Queensland.

The Legalise Cannabis Australia party is still within striking distance of snatching the sixth and final Queensland Senate vacancy from Pauline Hanson’s One Nation.

How new Greens MPs will push their power in Brisbane

Greens leader Adam Bandt says “politics as usual” has to change as the new third voice in Australian politics emerges.

Greens Senator Larissa Waters with Brisbane candidate Stephen Bates during pre-poll voting at Brisbane City Hall last week.

Labor and Greens still hopeful in knife-edge Brisbane count

While Labor is confident it can beat the Greens to the seat of Brisbane, any victory may be short-lived amid the party’s growth in the Queensland capital.

Man in Brisbane lockdown ‘had US police files, explosives’: Court

Police arrested Adam Cheal in Coorparoo on Tuesday after specialist officers and negotiators were called in.

“I’m no expert in explosives, but a large number of these images are detonators,” prosecutor tells the court, days after police cordoned off two suburbs.

‘Bruises on her throat’ last time colleague saw Lynette Dawson

Chris Dawson outside the NSW Supreme Court this month.

Chris Dawson allegedly gripped his wife’s throat on the way to marriage counselling and said, “if it doesn’t work, I’m getting rid of you”, a court has heard.

Andrew O’Keefe granted bail to live at drug rehab for at least six months

The facility should allow the television presenter to address his “significant descent into an erratic and chaotic lifestyle”, a NSW Supreme Court judge said.

There’s a new government, so what’s next for Australia’s house prices?


There was a raft of pre-election promises made to tackle housing affordability, so what effect will Labor’s victory have on property prices?

Albanese’s property story goes from one form of public housing to another

In 1927, two public housing projects were completed that were to play a significant role in the life of Australia’s prime minister elect.

Pope Francis at an audience at the Vatican on Saturday, May 21.

Vatican airs dirty laundry in trial over London property

Testimony so far has provided plenty of insights into how the Vatican operates, with a cast of characters worthy of a Dan Brown thriller.

Osaka out of French Open, worried motivation might wane at Wimbledon

Naomi Osaka reacts after losing against Amanda Anisimova.

Naomi Osaka is out of Roland Garros and Wimbledon is up in the air after she said the decision to strip the tournament of rankings points would likely affect her motivation.


Wimbledon ban ‘a damaging precedent’? Tell that to the people of Mariupol

Centre court Wimbledon.

By removing rankings points from Wimbledon, the ATP and the WTA are cutting off their noses to spite their faces.

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Patience pays off when it comes to Stranger Things’ last hurrah

The first instalment of the hit show’s final season takes a while to click, but eventually it does.


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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will face tough negotiations over industrial relations policy.

Albanese faces fresh pay test from business

Big business will put changes to the better-off-overall test squarely on the negotiating table when it meets with members of the union movement and the new Labor government.

Greens leader Adam Bandt (front) in Brisbane with Senator-elect Penny Allman-Payne, successful candidates Elizabeth Watson-Brown (Ryan) and Max Chandler-Mather (Griffith), and Brisbane candidate Stephen Bates.

After Queensland ‘Greenslide’, Bandt promises Albanese stability

The Greens have promised the incoming Albanese government stability, as an incredible showing in Queensland added at least three members to the party’s ranks in Canberra.


The front-end loader crashed through a rail corridor in Ipswich, south-west of Brisbane, damaging rail infrastructure.

Man accused of scooping up motorbikes in front-end loader rampage gets bail

Two train lines were shut down for two days owing to the damage caused by the heavy machinery in the rail corridor.

Top judge concerned for prosecutors under pressure

The Supreme Courts and District Courts building.

Chief Justice Helen Bowskill says a recent judgment shows the need to keep supporting the state’s prosecutors.

Tax Office worker altered friend’s records for $7500 JobKeeper payment

Glen Richard Prentice leaves Brisbane Magistrates Court on Friday.

Glen Prentice said he was trying “to help some people out”. The magistrate said it was “incredibly serious and corrupt” behaviour.

The massive mural painted under grey clouds in Brisbane

The massive mural painted under grey clouds in Brisbane

Kitt Bennett wasn’t expecting the wet weather in Brisbane, but it didn’t stop him transforming a concrete wharf into a vast piece of public art.

Something ‘fishy’ about croc meat for allergy sufferers

People with a fish allergy are very likely to also have a reaction to crocodile meat, new research has discovered.

People with a fish allergy are likely to also have a reaction to crocodile meat, research has discovered.

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Brad Fittler has won his third Origin series but would love a series cleansweep.

The huge calls left for Brad Fittler to make before Origin selection

The NSW coach has two candidates vying for the utility role and a big decision to make on his middle forward rotation.

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Network 10 ‘happy’ despite A-League struggles as AFL broadcast bid looms

The network’s first season covering football has been a major challenge.

Former Australian coach Justin Langer.

Langer fall-out continues as sacked physio sues CA

All eyes are on Cricket Australia’s high-performance manager Ben Oliver after sacked physio David Beakley settled his court case.

Sam Fisher and Nick Riewoldt at St Kilda training during their playing days. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo

Riewoldt: Drug abuse a ‘massive issue’ in AFL ranks

St Kilda great Nick Riewoldt has taken aim at the AFLPA for its handling of Sam Fisher.

Cody Simpson and Kyle Chalmers.

Simpson respects Chalmers’ decision to compete after ‘whirlwind week’

After a turbulent week in the pool, Cody Simpson says he and Kyle Chalmers have cleared the air.

Eels winger Sean Russell could not breathe after suffering two broken ribs and a punctured lung.

‘Worst pain I’ve been in, ever’: Eel overcomes injury as Sivo returns

Parramatta are suddenly spoiled for choice with wingers.

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves is sent to the sin bin by referee Gerard Sutton.

‘What other job do you get fined $1800 for ‘f-word?’: Roosters rage over JWH

Roosters players defend Jared Waerea-Hargreaves while praising Saturday’s rival coach.


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