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Tony Abbott under fire for refusing to retire before Warringah defeat

Colleagues say the former Liberal Party leader could be to blame if the Coalition is forced into minority government.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Steggall says 'clearly a mandate' for Coalition, optimistic about climate collaboration

The new independent MP for Warringah also endorsed Tanya Plibersek as a "fantastic" candidate to take over from Bill Shorten.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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"Time's up Tony": a change of tide in Australia's election [Video]"Time's up Tony": a change of tide in Australia's election

Once trumpeted as a local boy with Australia's top job, Tony Abbott is now facing a shift in the political tide in Warringah, the former leader's electorate. It's a window..

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"Time's up Tony": a change of tide in Australia's election

Once trumpeted as a local boy with Australia's top job, Tony Abbott is now facing a shift in the political tide in Warringah, the former leader's electorate. It's a window into a bigger shift across..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 02:36Published

Tony Abbott Asked to Apologize Over Climate Change Bet [Video]Tony Abbott Asked to Apologize Over Climate Change Bet

Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott was challenged by a voter on May 13 over a bet he made relating to his views on climate change. Abbott was campaigning in his electoral district of..

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Tony Abbott Learns Schoolyard Chant Involving His Name [Video]Tony Abbott Learns Schoolyard Chant Involving His Name

Former prime minister and member for Warringah Tony Abbott bounced back after he was left hanging while trying to high-five pupils at Manly Public School. Abbott posted a video to his Instagram page..

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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

Frydenberg backs government's climate policy despite Warringah walloping

The Morrison government’s unexpected return to office will also force Labor to rethink its strategy on climate action and coal.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Libs lose Warringah but could gain in NSW

The Wentworth contest remains close with independent Kerryn Phelps neck and neck with Dave Sharma, but overall the Liberals may end up with an extra NSW seat.
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

Scott Morrison within sight of a win despite Abbott losing Warringah

A powerful swing to the Coalition in key parts of a divided nation has put PM Scott Morrison within sight of holding on to power in a cliffhanger.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'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

Abbott loses Warringah after huge primary vote for Steggall

There was an enormous swing against the former PM, putting him in an unwinnable position against independent rival Zali Steggall.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

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

Win or lose in Warringah, Abbott and Australia have Howard to thank

In predicting a result in Warringah, there is the data and then there is the mood, which seems strongly anti-Abbott.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Liberal volunteer attacked at Warringah polling booth

The hotly contested electorate, where former prime minister Tony Abbott is facing off against independent Zali Steggall, has seen a race that has turned increasingly bitter.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

NSW seats of interest in federal election

Three NSW seats - Warringah, Wentworth and Lindsay - have attracted attention during the federal election campaign with dirty tricks impacting some candidates.
SBS - Published

Palmer deal could hurt Libs: Steggall

Independent candidate for Warringah Zali Steggall says the coalitions preference deal with Clive Palmer could hurt them in the northern beaches seat.
SBS - Published

'We had a good chat': Tony Abbott has been giving his mobile number in fight for Warringah

As Tony Abbott faces the prospect of losing the seat he’s held for 25 years to independent Zali Steggall, he is campaigning harder than ever before.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

It took John Howard just one minute to deliver the campaign's most potent attack on Bill Shorten

Having charmed the shoppers at Warringah Mall, John Howard relished going after Bill Shorten's focus on “the top end of town”. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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