Politics

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How do Australian youth view politics?

For many young people, the Victorian State election was their first opportunity to have a say in politics. Research has shown that […]

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Victoria State Election – The Rise of Micro Parties

The Australian Labor Party (ALP) celebrated a massive victory in the state election on the weekend, but the state’s micro-parties were big […]

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School students to receive free dental care if Labor wins state election

Government school students will receive free dental care and treatments if Labor wins a second term in this week’s state election. Premier […]

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Interview with Jenny Mikakos

Jenny Mikakos is the Victorian Minister for Youth Affairs. The Minister spoke to Reporter and Producer Jack Fryer about the Government’s recently […]

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Work For The Dole – Is It Driving Aboriginal People Into Poverty?

The Community Development Program or CDP is the Government’s work for the dole scheme for remote areas. In it, participants are required […]

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Irrigating the North: Australia’s Untapped Goldmine or a Gem too Precious to Develop?

The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia is the lifeblood of the many communities in its catchment. Whether it’s […]

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Healing Begins as Community Reburies Remains

It was an emotional day in Fitzroy Crossing as the remains of more than 60 Aboriginal people have finally been reburied, after […]

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“White Guilt” to blame for silence around Indigenous Domestic Violence: Josephine Cashman

Indigenous Lawyer Josephine Cashman has blamed “White Guilt” for the silence around the disproportionate levels of domestic violence Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

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Further Push For Indigenous Voice To Parliament

The Joint Select Committee into Constitutional Recognition has handed down its interim report. This follows large consultation with Indigenous people right across […]

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What Is Fracking and How Will It Effect You?

To describe fracking as controversial is an understatement, I investigate  exactly what fracking is and where it currently sits in Western Australia.