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Podcast: The Race for Calare
Podcast: The Race for Calare
Charles Sturt University May 20, 2022
This special episode of Making a Difference is an election special with journalism students at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst putting the microscope on the electorate of Calare in the heart of NSW.
Early voting in Ashfield, NSW. Photo: Pam Walker
How to cover elections
University of Sydney, Pam Walker • May 20, 2022
Washington-based campaign manager James Booth joined Michael Koziol, Sydney editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, in the Newsroom last week to answer student questions
Calare: Healthcare on her radar.
Calare: Healthcare on her radar.
Charles Sturt University, Noah Secomb • May 19, 2022
The Labor candidate for Calare, Sarah Elliott, has been thrown in the deep end after a surprisingly smooth pre-selection process and late start to her campaign.
Podcast: The Race for Calare
Podcast: The Race for Calare
Charles Sturt University May 20, 2022
This special episode of Making a Difference is an election special with journalism students at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst putting the microscope on the electorate of Calare in the heart of NSW.
Early voting in Ashfield, NSW. Photo: Pam Walker
How to cover elections
University of Sydney, Pam Walker • May 20, 2022
Washington-based campaign manager James Booth joined Michael Koziol, Sydney editor of The Sydney Morning Herald, in the Newsroom last week to answer student questions
Fremantle Prison
Multi-million dollar prison makeover unveiled
Murdoch University, Harmony Romsloe • May 18, 2022

Fremantle Prison will undergo a $12.6m makeover to secure the World Heritage Listed building’s future. As...

Podcast: The Race for Calare
Podcast: The Race for Calare
Charles Sturt University May 20, 2022
This special episode of Making a Difference is an election special with journalism students at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst putting the microscope on the electorate of Calare in the heart of NSW.
Woman voting
May Podcast Out Now
Swinburne University May 3, 2022
This episode from Swinburne University looks at some of the big issues for young people in the upcoming election.
Young people headshots.
50 young voices
Curtin University, Isabella Corbett, Elliahn Blenkinsop, Ruby Devlin & Alex Foot • April 26, 2022
Young West Australians say climate change, equality and discrimination, mental health and rising living costs are the political issues most important to them.
Find a seat at the Fairfax table
Find a seat at the Fairfax table
USC, Ciaran Nix and Sasha Scullion • April 26, 2022

The LNP's Ted O'Brien has held the Sunshine Coast seat for the past two terms and doesn't want to give...

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