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The Reason Party is selling more than sex. But will voters buy it?

The Reason Party is selling more than sex. But will voters buy it?

May 17, 2019

Reason Party leader Fiona Patten hopes voters will see reason in her candidates’ pitch for the Lower House this election.

UN Security-General tells youth be ‘noisy as possible’ on climate change

UN Security-General tells youth be ‘noisy as possible’ on climate change

May 16, 2019

Older generations are failing to address climate change and they need the world’s youth to lead the...

Bird’s fifth-generation dedication to the Illawarra tipped to continue in Cunningham

May 16, 2019

It's one of the safest Labor seats in the country, with candidate and long-time incumbent Sharon Bird again bringing history and connection to her Wollongong campaign.

More needs to be done to tackle homelessness: Student union

More needs to be done to tackle homelessness: Student union

May 10, 2019

There have been commitments made but little attention given to homelessness during the federal campaign, according to student unionists.

Inspired by the landscape & large Catholic family, Jones seeks ninth year in parliament

Inspired by the landscape & large Catholic family, Jones seeks ninth year in parliament

May 10, 2019

Stephen Jones is re-contesting his seat of Whitlam in the upcoming election – a seat he sits in wit...

Atlee determined to loosen Labor’s grip on Cunningham

Atlee determined to loosen Labor’s grip on Cunningham

May 10, 2019

You've got to be in it to win it, and the Liberal Party candidate, Chris Atlee, says its time to loosen Labor's grip on Cunningham.

Nationals’ Wentworth flying the Coalition flag in Whitlam

Nationals’ Wentworth flying the Coalition flag in Whitlam

May 10, 2019

Whitlam is a Labor stronghold, as the name would suggest, but that hasn't stopped Nationals' Stephen Wenthworth from entering the fight in NSW.

Student journos call for quality, factual reporting in USP free media debate

Student journos call for quality, factual reporting in USP free media debate

May 5, 2019

Links between quality information, elections and democracy topped discussions among panelists at this...

‘Leave it up to Parliament,’ says USP academic in wake of Honiara riots

‘Leave it up to Parliament,’ says USP academic in wake of Honiara riots

April 25, 2019

A Solomon Islands academic says the only body that can find a legitimate solution to his country’s...

Dawn Raids – Pasifika ‘liberated’ to talk about painful past

Dawn Raids – Pasifika ‘liberated’ to talk about painful past

April 10, 2019

An exhibition about the infamous Dawn Raids in the 1970s has opened in South Auckland, providing a window into a painful chapter of New Zealand’s history.

Solomon Islands students ‘denied’ opportunity to vote in election

Solomon Islands students ‘denied’ opportunity to vote in election

April 5, 2019

As Solomon Islanders headed to the polls on Wednesday to vote for leaders whom they trust will lead them in the next ...

Cuba boosting ‘Pacific connection’ in defiance of US blockade

Cuba boosting ‘Pacific connection’ in defiance of US blockade

April 5, 2019

Cuba will develop relationships with Pacific countries despite pressure from the United States, says...

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