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Taryn Feldmann
University of South Australia
Online Direct Democracy – the party that does politics differently

Online Direct Democracy – the party that does politics differently

Jun 28, 2016 Online Direct Democracy is a new type of political party - who are they and what do they hope to achieve?
Barker
Tom Engelhardt
University of South Australia
NBN: Kingston Lags Behind

NBN: Kingston Lags Behind

Jun 28, 2016 Adelaide’s southern suburbs are suffering due to “rubbish” internet infrastructure, according to fed-up residents.
Kingston
Jarryd Nerlich
University of South Australia
Matthew Loader: A Lamb to the Slaughter?

Matthew Loader: A Lamb to the Slaughter?

Jun 28, 2016 Relatively unknown Labor candidate, Matt Loader, is challenging one of the Liberal parties longest held seats, does he stand a chance?
Sturt
Jake Doherty (UTS), Benjamin Regattieri (UTS)
Western Sydney University
How an electorate almost became unrecognisable

How an electorate almost became unrecognisable

Jun 28, 2016 Whenever you speak to someone in the electorate of Fowler, the conversation invariably focuses on one thing: change.
Fowler
Jacqueline Munro
Southern Cross University
Page candidates pitch at public forum

Page candidates pitch at public forum

Jun 28, 2016 GetUp! hosted a public forum with Page candidates on June 7 at Lismore City Hall.
Page
Matthew Ricketson, Patrick Mullins
University of Canberra
'Feral' Senate or frustrated Coalition?

'Feral' Senate or frustrated Coalition?

Jun 28, 2016 The Senate has been called 'feral' and 'disgraceful' by the current Government. Does it deserve this? Not really. But the picture isn't as straightforward as it looks.
Jakeb Waddell from UWA
Murdoch University
Morton v Jensen - chalk and cheese face off

Morton v Jensen - chalk and cheese face off

Jun 27, 2016 Since losing the Liberal per-selection to Ben Morton, Dennis Jensen has been venting is rage and is running as an independent. In a rare interview Morton offers his take on the nasty affair.
Tangney
Amy Williams
Swinburne University
More university enrolments, and fails

More university enrolments, and fails

Jun 27, 2016 Uncapping enrolments means more students fail, with employers concerned about graduates’ skills, but an academic advisor says they should be given extra help to cope with university. Amy Williams reports.
Lloyd Copper
University of the Sunshine Coast
Who will the stray PUPs vote for?

Who will the stray PUPs vote for?

Jun 27, 2016 PUP gained enough support in the 2013 Federal election to rank third in Queensland. Now the supporters who gave the party a chance will have to cast their lower-house votes elsewhere
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Marianne Bragge
Southern Cross University
Northern NSW abattoir workers fear for jobs despite new live export controversy

Northern NSW abattoir workers fear for jobs despite new live export controversy

Jun 27, 2016 Australia’s live animal export trade is back in the spotlight with a new alleged case of animal cruelty, but there is another casualty closer to home.
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Christiane Barro
Monash University
Candidates on Box Hill becoming second CBD

Candidates on Box Hill becoming second CBD

Jun 25, 2016 Greens Candidate Josh Fergeus and Labor Candidate for Chisholm Stefanie Perri weigh in on Box Hill's potential to transform into Melbourne's outer CBD.
Chisholm

Edith Cowan University
The other candidates for Forrest

The other candidates for Forrest

Jun 24, 2016 There are four more candidates in Forrest. Who are they, what party are they from, and what do their parties stand for?
Forrest