The Junction

PNG’s post-APEC dream leaves rural sector behind

Auckland University of Technology, Pauline Mago-King
December 11, 2018

Papua New Guinea’s trajectory to the monumental event of APEC 2018 has been one involving great strides from the moment it secured the bid to host the leaders summit in 2013. But there has been dismay since last month's event.

Hidden cost of falling housing prices

University of Melbourne, David Ross
December 3, 2018

Victoria's housing markets are taking a hit, meaning there's less stamp duty to pay for the billions of dollars worth of infrastructure projects underway.

Victoria Votes: Live TV coverage from 6 universities

November 24, 2018

Six universities have united to provide live TV coverage of the Victorian state election.

2018 Fiji elections – ‘fake news’ fills media vacuum

Auckland University of Technology, Sri Krishnamurthi
November 24, 2018

“Fake News” was the catch phrase of the 2018 Fiji Elections – the second democratic elections since Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama carried out Fiji’s fourth coup in 2006.

Checking once, twice:  reporting the leadership spill

University of Canberra, Elle Conway
November 21, 2018

Journalists in the press gallery have described the challenge to Malcolm Turnbull as one of the fastest moving stories they have covered. Elle Conway was on internship in the gallery as the drama unfolded.

Energy poverty trying to pay the bills

University of Canberra, Angela Fane
November 21, 2018

Households are going without essentials during the winter months because of the increasing cost of electricity and gas.

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Early Voting

RMIT, William Ton | November 23, 2018

William Ton speaks to early voters ahead of the November 24 election

Regional voters welcome rail upgrade promises

Swinburne University, Chelsea Byrne | November 22, 2018

Ballarat commuters have been promised rail service improvements by both the Labor and Liberal parties. Chelsea Byrne reports.

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University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific
University student journalism from Australia and the Pacific