Abbott will be the guest on the ABC’s 7.30 tonight, while Rudd will be on Q&A. Tony Abbott, meanwhile, appeared at the National Press Club in Canberra in what will be his last major scheduled speech before polling booths open on Saturday. Abbott had no new initiatives to announce, sticking to his promises to remove the carbon tax, stop the boats and introduce paid parental leave at full replacement wages.
• Campaigning in Tasmania, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd pledged $28 million to help turn Launceston into a regional health hub. The money would go to the University of Tasmania’s $83.5 million northern health initiative. Each weekday of the federal election campaign, the Financial Review is following all the action as it happens, bringing you all you need to know. With less than a week until voters head to the polls, Labor is struggling to make up ground on the Coalition. Here’s how the day unfolded.
• NSW Premier Mike Baird, Queensland Premier Campbell Newman and other state leaders lashed out over changes that will hit their health and education budgets. 3.25pm: And that's a wrap for the Financial Review ’s post-budget blog. Treasurer Joe Hockey and Coalition ministers are facing considerable opposition from state leaders and others as they try to sell the budget while the rest of the country digests what it means for them. Take a look below to see how the day unfolded.
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Selecting a term
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