AS voters head to the polls, the editors of ACM have nominated the local and national issues of most importance to their readership.
A week after Australia cast its vote, three seats in regional Queensland on Friday night held the key to who will govern the nation.
Queensland MP Bob Katter has announced he would support the Turnbull Coalition government on supply and confidence in any hung parliament.
After eight long weeks of campaigning, it’s all over bar the shouting. Polls in the 2016 federal election close in less than an hour and the counting will start. We will keep you updated throughout the evening.
Shadow Agriculture Minister Joel Fitzgibbon has played down his party's deal with the Animal Justice Party that has policies aimed at ending livestock farming.
Barcaldine indigenous leader Cheryl Thompson says the fact that she’s the only candidate from any party standing for the Senate in Queensland to come from west of the Great Dividing Range is an important factor for voters to consider on polling day.
The federal Labor party has expressed support for the Animal Justice Party's expansion of plant-based food produciton.
With all 12 Senate seats up for grabs in the forthcoming federal election, the issue of foreign ownership is a hot topic for candidates seeking electoral support.
Queensland LNP Senator Barry O’Sullivansays Green’s leader Richard Di Natale has a sugar tax plan but hasn't addressed other potential, taxable public health dangers, like fumes from suburban lawnmowers.
Environmental regulations based on demonisation of farmers must be curtailed says LNP candidate Jonathan Pavetto.