The Junction

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Labor's John Kennedy defends Hawthorn "miracle" seat
University of Melbourne, Angus McIntyre • November 22, 2022

John Kennedy is relying on his record in office and the popularity of the Andrews government as he looks...

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Two sitting MPs contest Bayswater
RMIT University, Ben Richards • September 13, 2022

The last Victorian state election saw an unprecedented swing towards Labor in the electorate of Bayswater....

Frankston public transport is emerging as an election issue.
Frankston Transport Troubles
RMIT University, Lily Kristanto • September 5, 2022

Make your way down to the end of the Frankston train line and you arrive at the gateway to the Mornington...

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Thinking of switching off social media?

Emerging from pandemic, a growing number of young people are leaving the virtual world for the sake of their mental health, writes Peter Hyslop.

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Bigger than life: art fit for a silo
The Australia Silo Art Trail is not just a road trip peppered with stunning paintings, it's an important tourist drawcard for struggling rural communities.
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Labor's John Kennedy defends Hawthorn "miracle" seat

John Kennedy is relying on his record in office and the popularity of the Andrews government as he looks to defend his Hawthorn seat against...

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Thoughts and prayers: examining religious practices in parliament
University of Canberra, Caitlin Young • November 21, 2022
Religious practices embedded in our parliament are increasingly being questioned with the majority of Australians now identifying as non-Christian.
Accessing abortion
Accessing abortion
University of Newcastle, Saffire Penn • November 16, 2022

In the shadow of America's Roe v Wade decision, Saffire Penn investigates women's reproductive rights...

How do meal kits measure up?
How do meal kits measure up?
University of Newcastle, Gigi Brennan • November 16, 2022

Ready-to-make meals delivered to your door are catching on. Gigi Brennan investigates whether they are...

If youre not happy make a change
If you're not happy make a change
University of Newcastle, Jordann Lavers • November 14, 2022

As the university year comes to an end, some students realise they're not on the right path. Jordann...

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