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Felicity Biggins, University of Newcastle
Charles Sturt University
Annandale to Armidale: dollars and donors help New England campaigns

Annandale to Armidale: dollars and donors help New England campaigns

Jun 24, 2016 The contest between deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce and former member, independent, Tony Windsor has drawn volunteers and donations to the northern NSW electorate.
New England
Jemima May
University of Adelaide
Transport plans would 'transform' Adelaide

Transport plans would 'transform' Adelaide

Jun 23, 2016 The SA Government has welcomed Labor's commitment to extend the state's tram network
Adelaide
Chyna Hayden, Chloƫ Thomas
Bond University
Drug crime a concern on the Glitter Strip

Drug crime a concern on the Glitter Strip

Jun 23, 2016 Moncrieff, with a population of 150,000, accounts for more than half of the Gold Coast's drug crime.
Moncrieff
Gregory Nonnenmacher
Western Sydney University
Michael Beckwith stands for jobs

Michael Beckwith stands for jobs

Jun 23, 2016 Labor's reign in the seat of Parramatta since 2004 would come to an end if the door knocking of Liberal candidate, Michael Beckwith is successful.
Parramatta
Darcy Munce
University of NSW
Marriage equality backing earns MP hate mail

Marriage equality backing earns MP hate mail

Jun 21, 2016 Matt Thistlethwaite and Malcolm Turnbull share the same initials, but hold opposite views on a plebsicite
Kingsford Smith
Sheridan Lee, Xavier Martin
La Trobe University
Labor promises new NBN plan for Bendigo

Labor promises new NBN plan for Bendigo

Jun 21, 2016 Labor have committed to commissioning a revamped NBN plan for Bendigo in their first term of government if elected.
Bendigo

Edith Cowan University
The other candidates in Durack

The other candidates in Durack

Jun 20, 2016 The other three names on the Durack House of Reps ballot paper will be Australian Christian Grahame Gould, Rise Up's Mitchell Sambell and The Nationals Lisa Cole. So what are their parties all about?
Durack
Razia Omani
Edith Cowan University
Bulls, cows, dust and roads

Bulls, cows, dust and roads

Jun 20, 2016 Is sealing the NT roads a good use of a billion dollars? It is according to Northern Territory Cattle Association. The coalition has committed $100 million but the industry wants more.
Durack and 2 more...
Danielle Austin
Edith Cowan University
Island of protest, largely neglected

Island of protest, largely neglected

Jun 20, 2016 Mirroring Canberra's famous tent embassy, the protest camp on Heirisson Island in the river near Perth's CBD is about a complex tangle of issues. It's been shut down many times but keeps coming back.
Perth
Paul van Lieshout Hunt
Edith Cowan University

Cranking up the youth vote

Jun 20, 2016
Brand and 16 more...
Matthew Dower
Edith Cowan University
The other candidates for Stirling

The other candidates for Stirling

Jun 20, 2016 Robert Pearson is standing for Labor in Stirling, with Alison Rowe contesting for the Rise Up Australia party and Kevin Host for the Australian Christians. But, what do their parties stand for?
Stirling
Cameron Mee
University of NSW
A retirement incomes reformer feels super

A retirement incomes reformer feels super

Jun 18, 2016 David Thorp's decade-long campaign to reform the superannuation system.is finally bearing fruit
Cook