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Syeda Tarin
Edith Cowan University
What WA business wants

What WA business wants

May 24, 2016 With the election following hot of the heels of the federal budget, we thought it was worth asking one of WA's most powerful lobby groups what it thought of the budget.
Perth
Meghna Bali
Western Sydney University
Chifley’s 22 year old Greens' candidate

Chifley’s 22 year old Greens' candidate

May 23, 2016 Greens candidate Eliza James explains what she’ll do if she wins the seat of Chifley, how the Liberal policies screwed millennials and why she loves Sam Frost.
Chifley
Sheridan Lee
La Trobe University
ALP’s health commitment in Berwick

ALP’s health commitment in Berwick

May 20, 2016 Labor Senator Penny Wong joined Simon Curtis, Labor candidate for La Trobe, at Berwick College on Friday to announce that, if elected, Labor will build a $1 million Health and Wellbeing Centre in Berwick.
La Trobe
 
Swinburne University
Frankston on edge over Ice epidemic

Frankston on edge over Ice epidemic

May 20, 2016 How to deal with drug-related assaults and break-ins has become a key election issue for residents in the Dunkley electorate.
Dunkley
Lucy Kinbacher
Bond University
2018: The new Gold Coast

2018: The new Gold Coast

May 18, 2016 The Commonwealth Games has the potential to change the economic, social and environmental landscape of the Gold Coast.
Fadden
Nicola Barton
Western Sydney University
Penrith infrastucture petition gathers 20,000 signatures

Penrith infrastucture petition gathers 20,000 signatures

May 18, 2016 An online petition calling for federal funding on infrastructure development in Penrith and the outer western Sydney region has gathered more than 20,000 signatures.
Lindsay
 
Swinburne University
Boom and dust for Mallee towns

Boom and dust for Mallee towns

May 17, 2016 If not for the Giant Koala, motorists on the Western Highway near Horsham might not notice the Mallee town of Dadswells Bridge...
Mallee
Elizabeth O'Brien
La Trobe University
Why do electoral boundaries change?

Why do electoral boundaries change?

May 15, 2016 The Australian Electoral Commission has the job of adjusting boundaries between electorates to reflect the changing population dynamics of the country.
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Matthew Elmas
La Trobe University
Labor admits mistakes on climate policy

Labor admits mistakes on climate policy

May 13, 2016 Shadow Minister for the Environment Mark Butler has admitted that Labor made “significant political mistakes” when trying to implement the Carbon Tax in 2013.
Jagajaga
Thysa Beekman
University of Sydney
Libs snub Sophie’s Dad

Libs snub Sophie’s Dad

May 11, 2016 Ron Delezio made inroads in the last election, but the Liberal party won't endorse him this time.
Watson
Sheridan Lee
La Trobe University
Sunbury locked in battle for Medicare with DHS

Sunbury locked in battle for Medicare with DHS

May 09, 2016 The Department of Human Services is refusing to open a Medicare office in Sunbury, north-west of Melbourne, despite concerns about lack of access to collect some rebates.
McEwen
Xavier Martin
La Trobe University

Covering the 2016 Election

May 09, 2016
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