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Australian federal electoral division

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Division of Warringah: Australian federal electoral division
The Division of Warringah is an Australian electoral division in the state of New South Wales. The division is named after the Warringah area of Sydney, which itself is named by an Aboriginal Australian word which translates into English as "rain", "waves" or "sea". The Division was proclaimed at the redistribution of 13 September 1922, and was first contested at the 1922 federal election.

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AEC to declare Steggall's Warringah win

The Australian Electoral Commission will formally declare the result in former prime minister Tony Abbott's Sydney long-time seat of Warringah on Thursday.
SBS - Published

Warringah win a climate message: Steggall

The Olympian who vanquished Tony Abbott, snatching the Sydney seat he held for 24 years, says his loss means "the handbrake" on climate change action is off.
SBS - Published

Abbott admits he saw Warringah loss coming

Tony Abbott has lost his seat of Warringah but the ex-Liberal leader said there was "every chance" the coalition would win the election.
SBS - Published

Steggall wins for 'moderates with heart'

Former prime minister Tony Abbott is set to lose his seat in parliament with independent candidate Zali Steggall well ahead in the Warringah count.
SBS - Published

'Rather be a loser than a quitter': Tony Abbott concedes defeat to Zali Steggall

Former prime minister Tony Abbott has lost his electorate of Warringah to independent Zali Steggall, after 25 years in the seat.
SBS - Published

I'm a loser rather than a quitter: Abbott

Tony Abbott has lost his seat of Warringah but the ex-Liberal leader said there was "every chance" the coalition would win the election.
SBS - Published

Tony Abbott loses Warringah after 25 years

Former prime minister Tony Abbott will lose his seat in parliament with independent candidate Zali Steggall well ahead in on the primary vote.
SBS - Published

After 25 years, Tony Abbott has lost his seat to independent Zali Steggall

Former prime minister Tony Abbott is set to lose his electorate of Warringah to independent Zali Steggall, after 25 years in the seat.
SBS - Published

Tony Abbott in dire straits in Warringah

Former prime minister Tony Abbott will lose his seat in parliament with independent candidate Zali Steggall well ahead in on the primary vote.
SBS - Published

Tony Abbott in trouble against independent Zali Steggall in very early counting

Former prime minister Tony Abbott appears to have suffered a major swing against him in the seat of Warringah - but it is very early days.
SBS - Published

Abbott supporter assaulted with corkscrew at polling booth

A man has attacked a Liberal volunteer with a corkscrew and torn down campaign material at a polling station in Tony Abbott's Sydney electorate of Warringah.
SBS - Published

Abbott, Phelps seats in focus in NSW

The NSW seats of Warringah, Wentworth and Lindsay have attracted attention during the federal election and Saturday's vote will determine their representatives.
SBS - Published

Abbott and Howard chew the election fat

Former prime minister John Howard has joined Tony Abbott to campaign in the northern Sydney seat of Warringah, ahead of Saturday's federal election.
SBS - Published

Sam took a call from Tony Abbott while in class

Yes, the campaign for Warringah is bitter, but all the candidates found time for a local student.
The Age - Published

Cops investigate offensive Abbott posters

Police are investigating after posters of Tony Abbott with offensive slogans written on his face were plastered around his Sydney electorate of Warringah.
SBS - Published

Warringah debate: Abbott rival Steggall confirms she would back Coalition in hung parliament

The independent candidate taking on Tony Abbott in the Sydney seat of Warringah says she'd back a minority Liberal-National government in a hung parliament.
SBS - Published

Abbott election rival would back coalition

The independent candidate taking on Tony Abbott in the Sydney seat of Warringah says she'd back a minority Liberal-National government in a hung parliament.
SBS - Published

Respect Citizen Abbott but vote MP Abbott out

Tony Abbott is an authentic and generous volunteer, but Warringah should not send him back to Canberra.
The Age - Published

Abbott edges Steggall in Warringah draw

Former prime minister Tony Abbott has drawn sixth spot on the voting ballot paper, ahead of rival Zali Steggall.
SBS - Published

Why Warringah is ready to break its Liberal habit and Abbott's reign

Tony Abbott's territory has a history of voting in independents - at least in state elections. One of them writes that the tide can take the federal seat.
The Age - Published

Steggall: 'Tony effect' is swaying voters

Zali Steggall, former prime minister Tony Abbott's main rival for the seat of Warringah, believes the "Tony effect" is turning voters away from the coalition.
SBS - Published

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