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Berejiklian answers Mundine call in Gilmore

May 16, 2019

The election countdown clock is ticking and it has brought out the big guns in the marginal seat of Gilmore.

Battle for Lindsay in Western Sydney

Battle for Lindsay in Western Sydney

May 14, 2019

A little-known battle is underway for the highly marginal Western Sydney seat of Lindsay. With elec...

The election could see the first post-inflation increase to Newstart in 25 years. So who has promised what?

The election could see the first post-inflation increase to Newstart in 25 years. So who has promised what?

May 14, 2019

Could you survive on $44 a day? Over half a million unemployed Australians on Newstart somehow do. The...

Gilmore candidates fire-up in heated ABC forum in dying days of campaign

May 14, 2019

There were no holds barred at a candidates forum in Gilmore overnight, with plenty of fire from the floor and at the table.

La Trobe residents say local fire warning system is working

May 13, 2019

Local residents have refuted concerns raised at a CFA organised community meeting in Warburton, over the loss of landline telephones and poor mobile coverage.

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.

Swinburne’s Maddie Wrench in conversation with the Labor candidate for Higgins

May 6, 2019

Maddie Wrench asks Labor's Fiona McLeod about her campaign and why having more women in politics is so important

Voters keen to have early say in Gilmore

May 6, 2019

The rush is on to vote early in the marginal seat of Gilmore.

It’s all in the name: behind Cooper’s name change

April 19, 2019

The northern suburbs electorate formerly known as Batman will be known as Cooper starting with the 2019 Federal Election.

University of Wollongong goes Commando for Motor Neurone Disease

April 16, 2019

Grass and mud-stained knees jogged, sprinted and crawled their way across the University of Wollongong to raise funds for motor neurone disease.

Illawarra Folk Festival declared ‘low risk’

Illawarra Folk Festival declared ‘low risk’

April 16, 2019

The annual Illawarra Folk Festival will celebrate its 35th year in January next year after the NSW government declared it a ‘low risk’ festival.

Being Brooklyn: a gender-neutral life

Being Brooklyn: a gender-neutral life

April 14, 2019

Growing up, Brooklyn Gibbs was a dancer who wore dresses and make-up, and had long, curly hair. But something...

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