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If he wins the federal seat of Werriwa, Chris Hayes has vowed toend campaigning on a train platform at 5.30am. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 March, 2005)
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If he wins the federal seat of Werriwa, Chris Hayes has vowed to end campaigning on a train platform at 5.30am. (The Australian — 19 March, 2005)
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Labor’s ‘on song’ candidate awaits finale
Labor’s ‘on song’ candidate awaits finale

A small business owner from south-west Sydney will replace former Labor leader Mark Latham as the federal member for Werriwa The Labor Partys Chris Hayes has won the Werriwa by-election There (ABC News — 20 March, 2005)
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Voters in the federal seat of Werriwa had sent a clear message to the Government on interest rates, Opposition Leader Kim Beazley said today. (The Australian — 20 March, 2005)
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Labor’s win in the federal Sydney seat of Werriwa was a below average performance for an Opposition, Prime Minister John Howard said today. (The Australian — 20 March, 2005)
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Counting is under way is the federal by-election in the south-western Sydney electorate of Werriwa Sixteen candidates are competing to replace former Labor leader Mark Latham who retired from poli (ABC News — 19 March, 2005)
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The Greens candidate in the Werriwa by-election has conceded Laboris likely to retain the Sydney seat but predicts his party willincrease its vote. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 March, 2005)
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Counting has begun in a by-election to find Mark Latham’sreplacement in Federal Parliament. (Sydney Morning Herald — 19 March, 2005)
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Labor’s win in the Werriwa by-election showed the party hadstabilised and was functioning as an effective opposition, KimBeazley said today. (Sydney Morning Herald — 20 March, 2005)
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Federal Opposition Leader Kim Beazley says Labors strong vote in the Werriwa by-election proves the party has stabilised and is holding the Government accountable Former union official Chris Hayes (ABC News — 20 March, 2005)
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