14:22 UK time, Saturday, 30 August 2014
Australia, a country that was built on immigration, now wants to turn away thousands of immigrants who come to its shores, writes Jon Donnison.
Australia's PM-elect Tony Abbott arrives in Canberra to begin the transition to his coalition government, after Saturday's decisive election win.
The BBC's Jon Donnison in Sydney reports on the euphoric reaction of Tony Abbott's supporters to his election triumph.
Tony Abbott will be Australia's next prime minister after his Liberal-National coalition defeats Kevin Rudd's Labor for the first time in six years.
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How the boom has changed Western Australia
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How Papua New Guinea views Australia asylum deal
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