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Bill Shorten promises to create new laws to help casuals get permanent jobs

Casual workers will get a clear path to a permanent job if the Labor Party wins the federal election. Opposition leader Bill […]

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Mighty Fitzroy’s Future – Our Economy

The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia is a National Heritage listed biodiversity hotspot. But depending on who you listen […]

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Youth Employment: Federal Budget 2019

What does the federal budget mean for the youth’s employment prospects? Reporter Stefan Bradley has this report from the Foundation for Young […]

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Mental Health Services: Federal Budget 2019

Mental health services are expecting to receive a boost in funding after the government released their 2019 federal budget. Much needed funding […]

Djab Wurrung traditional owners go to court over Western Freeway expansion

The Djab Wurrung traditional owners have been fighting the Victorian Government’s Western Freeway expansion, which could potentially destroy hundreds of sacred trees […]

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Mighty Fitzroy’s Future – A Warning

The Fitzroy River in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia is a National Heritage listed biodiversity hotspot. But depending on who you listen […]

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Erdoğan Comments Cause Diplomatic Tensions

Article and Package by Stefan Bradley Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s controversial Gallipoli comments made in response to the Christchurch terrorist attacks […]

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University students join school strike despite penalties for missing class

The University of Melbourne refused students’ requests to not be penalised for missing classes on March 15 to attend the school strike […]

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Do Independent Candidates Stand a Chance in the Federal Election?

The federal election will likely occur in May, and everyone’s eyes are on the independent candidates after Dr Kerryn Phelps’ victory in […]

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From Melbourne to Canberra: an extremely long walk for climate action

29-year-old University of Melbourne student Shannon Loughnane is walking nearly 700km from Melbourne to Canberra to protest inaction on climate change and […]