Barnett says despite poll Libs can still win WA election - SBS

A Galaxy poll shows Labor has a 54 to 46 per cent lead over the Liberal-National alliance on a two-party preferred basis ahead of the WA election. Source: AAP. 5 Mar 2017 - 8:30 PM UPDATED 6 Mar 2017 - 2:32 PM ...

WA election: five things you need to know - The Guardian

The federal Labor leader, Bill Shorten, and the Western Australian opposition leader, Mark McGowan, campaign during the WA election. Photograph: Richard Wainwright/AAP. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing ...

Labor ready as Liberals wear out welcome - The West Australian

These West Australian times favour Labor. After 81/2 years in power, Premier Colin Barnett has worn out his welcome at the same time as the State's domestic economy has been shrinking. The economic and political cycles have coincided — a dangerous ...

'We're the underdogs':WA Opposition leader - NEWS.com.au

West Australian Labor still has a tough battle to win government despite an "arrogant and out of touch" coalition, its leader says. Mark McGowan was responding to a Seven West Galaxy poll showing Labor leads the Liberal-National alliance 54 per cent to ...

We've still got a chance: Barnett - The West Australian

Premier Colin Barnett said the Liberal Party was still in with a chance of winning the election despite the latest polling which points to a Labor landslide victory. Campaigning in the Labor-held seat of Midland yesterday, Mr Barnett conceded his party ...

Colin Barnett struggles for air in WA election campaign's dying days - The Australian

If a winning election campaign is built around clear messages and minimal distractions, Colin Barnett and the Liberals have had a poor week. Poor enough, perhaps, to kill off any chance of snatching victory from the jaws of defeat at the ballot box on ...

Libs batten down as poll points to WA election routing - The Australian

Senior Liberals in Western Australia are increasingly pessimistic about Saturday's state election but Premier Colin Barnett brushed off the latest poor opinion poll by claiming yesterday that he was “still in this game” because up to 20 per cent of ...

WA Election 2017: WA election costings row continues - Perth Now

WA PREMIER Colin Barnett has come under fire for announcing commitments after Treasury's cut-off for policy costings. The premier campaigned in Midland on Sunday to announce free public transport on public holidays, saying it would encourage people to ...

WA Election 2017: Barnett says 'WA is headed for mediocrity' - Perth Now

A POLL predicting a Labor win in the WA election is disappointing for Liberals but two-term Premier Colin Barnett says the party is still in the game because of undecided voters. A Galaxy poll commissioned by The Sunday Times shows Labor has a 54 to 46 ...

WA Premier: 'undecideds' will foil Labor's poll lead - The New Daily

Things haven't been going all that well for WA Premier Colin Barnett, who found himself the unwitting dupe of Labor supporters at a campaign stop. Photo: Danielle Loizou Lake/ABC. Rebecca Le May. Share. Tweet Share Reddit Pin Email. WA Premier Colin ...

New Poll has Labor leading in WA election - Sky News Australia

A poll predicting a Labor win in the WA election is disappointing for the Liberals but two-term Premier Colin Barnett says the party is still in the game because of undecided voters. A Galaxy poll commissioned by Seven West Media shows Labor has a 54 ...

Malcolm Turnbull set to steer clear of WA campaign after 'disastrous' last visit - The Sydney Morning Herald

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has no plans to campaign in Western Australia before next Saturday's state election as Liberal premier Colin Barnett faces the fight of his political life to hold on to power. A ReachTEL poll commissioned by Fairfax ...

Libs still can win despite poll: Barnett - SBS

A Galaxy poll shows Labor has a 54 to 46 per cent lead over the Liberal-National alliance on a two-party preferred basis ahead of the WA election. Source: AAP. 5 Mar 2017 - 8:30 PM UPDATED YESTERDAY 8:30 PM ...

Barnett and McGowan speak at Australian Christian Lobby forum - OUTinPerth

Premier Colin Barnett and opposition leader Mark McGowan made their election pitches to Christian voters at a forum facilitated by the Australian Christian Lobby. Hundreds of people packed out the Kingdom City church last week to hear the two political ...

WA Election 2017: Colin Barnett on why he should remain Premier - Perth Now

COLIN Barnett is adamant he remains passionate about the job, saying he was “not staying on for the sake of staying on” by trying to secure a third term as premier. And he has one message for naysayers who believe after 26 years of public life and 8 1 ...

WA Election 2017: Colin Barnett blames limp on bad blood - Perth Now

PREMIER Colin Barnett has revealed his weight loss last year was caused by a blood disorder. But ahead of Saturday's poll, Mr Barnett denied any suggestion he lacked the energy to serve another term. Last year, Mr Barnett told The Sunday Times he had a ...

WA election: Barnett faces questioning about blood condition - The Australian

West Australian Premier Colin Barnett has faced questions on the campaign trail about his health after The Weekend Australian revealed that he battled a blood condition last year that caused his drastic weight loss. With a week until polling day, the ...

Colin Barnett reveals blood disorder behind weight loss, says he is 'fit and fine' - ABC Online

WA Premier Colin Barnett has admitted his dramatic weight-loss last year was due to a blood condition, despite previously denying he had any health issues. Mr Barnett said he had suffered from a blood disorder that was not serious and which he no ...

Poll has WA Labor ahead but it is close - Business News

The latest poll ahead of the Western Australian election shows Labor could receive a hefty 9 per cent swing, but that might not be enough to form government. The ReachTEL poll has Labor's lead narrowing to 52-48 on a two-party preferred basis, a 9 per ...

I can't keep up with Bob Hawke: WA premier - 9news.com.au

The West Australian premier says he's happy to see former Labor prime minister Bob Hawke in Perth ahead of the state election, but admitted he can't keep up with him on the beers. Premier Colin Barnett said while he and Mr Hawke were on different ...