Political candidates claim to reflect society, but a Fairfax Media analysis has uncovered evidence that suggests otherwise.
They're the seats at the margins and those dotted around the state where one issue, combined with a correction in Labor's favour, could swing it.
Primrose Riordan Survey finds Canberrans are more likely to choose beans over instant coffee and more likely to go to a cafe to get our fix than any other major capital.
Kristen Ochs Our journalists visited key electorates in the run-up to the state election. Here is what they found.
Heath Aston Peter Jones, the lead candidate for the No Land Tax Party, has been peppering political rivals, including the Police Minister Stuart Ayres and state Liberal Party boss Tony Nutt, with obscene text messages.
Peter Martin Victoria is outshining Queensland as the No.1 destination for Australians moving interstate.
Paul Bibby Victims of child sexual abuse are being "retraumatised" by inadequate Medicare-funded counselling services that are plagued by a shortage of properly trained practitioners.
Noel Towell Miserly pay approach potential threat to 'operational success', academics argue.
Luke Malpass An 8 year-old-boy is in a "critical but stable condition" after being involved in a van accident with a drunk driver in Kemps creek.