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Canberra still a Labor city despite national result

Canberra still a Labor city despite national result

May 19, 2019

Labor has taken a clean sweep of the seats in the ACT winning the electorates of Canberra, Fenner and...

Election day: view from Cooper

May 18, 2019

In Cooper it's been a fight to secure the interests of as many progressive voters as possible, as Natasha Pietrobuono reports for Election 2019.

The young leaders calling for change

The young leaders calling for change

May 17, 2019

No Australian under 30-years-old has ever voted for a Prime Minister who has survived a full term.

Early voters in Cooper alarmed at far right rise

Early voters in Cooper alarmed at far right rise

May 17, 2019

Several voters in the inner-northern Melbourne seat expressed disillusionment with the state of Australian politics and the rise of far-right groups in Australia and internationally.

Dr Best for climate change in Lindsay

Dr Best for climate change in Lindsay

May 17, 2019

Greens’ candidate for Lindsay, Dr Nick Best, will hold Liberal and Labor accountable for the environment...

Activist who seeks to protect the rivers

Activist who seeks to protect the rivers

May 16, 2019

Emphasis on environmental sustainability, climate change and social justice.

Comedic Warfare: The Battle for Young Voters

Comedic Warfare: The Battle for Young Voters

May 16, 2019

  Could witty puns, comedic nuances and photoshopped images decide the federal election? Behind...

Age just a number for Greens candidate Amy Gregorovich

Age just a number for Greens candidate Amy Gregorovich

May 14, 2019

Running a political campaign isn’t easy - especially when you’re going to university at the same time.

McCallum says Greens’ push about future of Gilmore

McCallum says Greens’ push about future of Gilmore

May 10, 2019

A life-long affinity with the natural environment is driving Carmel McCallum, the Greens' candidate for the marginal seat of Gilmore.

The Battle for Bell Street

May 8, 2019

The southern half of the electorate is no longer working class. "They’ve mostly sold up and moved on. Grandpa could never afford $8 for a pot of craft beer," Damous said.

Jason Ball: Turning voters Green, door knock by door knock

Jason Ball: Turning voters Green, door knock by door knock

May 3, 2019

Greens candidate Jason Ball is out to convert voters one by one - on the streets and in their homes

Adam Bandt: Greens lower house hero not taking things for granted

Adam Bandt: Greens lower house hero not taking things for granted

May 1, 2019

When Adam Bandt gave up his position as a partner in a successful law firm, he didn’t imagine fulfilment of his political ambitions would be so swift and resounding.

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