FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 28
WHERE THE LEADERS CAMPAIGNED
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Sydney (Parramatta and Reid)
* Labor leader Bill Shorten: southern NSW (Gilmore)
WHAT THE COALITION WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
Labor threatens to burden businesses and home buyers with higher taxes
WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT:
Labor has a plan for regional hospitals
THE LATEST POLLS
* Voter Choice Project shows there is no clear national trend, but Labor's best chances lie in Victoria, with Tasmania and WA trending towards it.
WHAT MADE NEWS:
* The Daily Telegraph came under fire for writing about Bill Shorten's mother.
* High Court considers case of the government seeking to deport two Aboriginal men.
* High Court ensures Rinehart family trust dispute is held in private arbitration.
* Bob Hawke and Paul Keating co-write article defending Labor's economic credentials.
THEY SAID WHAT?
"I've got no teeth now."
- Gilmore voter Vanessa Dill responds to Bill Shorten's plans for better dental care.
Former MP Wyatt Roy: Out at pre-poll with my mate @DaveSharma for Wentworth. If elected Dave will make a great contribution to the federal parliament! #auspol #AUSVote19
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