The polls are open! Voting starts Tuesday 14th June for anyone eligible to vote before election day on July 2 – which is a fair portion of the electorate. Early voting was first allowed for the 1984 election. Since then, the number of people casting a ballot before polling day has been rising steadily and …
In the lead up to the federal election, housing policy peak National Shelter has called for an all party commitment to a better housing future for Australia. National Shelter Executive Officer Adrian Pisarski says we need to focus on housing prices, deposits, tax discounts and deductions on what we want Australia to look like, not …
It’s on… again. Malcolm Turnbull has set July 2 as a tentative date for the double dissolution, after his ABCC bill was again rejected by senate. Melbourne University’s Professor Sarah Maddison was available to talk about Labor’s gains in the polls and Turnbull’s “D-Day”.
– Rui Arajo announced as East Timor’s new PM – SA opposition attacks government’s mental health plan – Russia, Egypt to collaborate on Egyptian nuclear plants – Tunisian smugglers protest police brutality – ‘Judas camels’ culling herds – Tasmanian mental health system “chronically underfunded” – Modern India sees increase in female abortion – Fake snow …
– New Mining Regulations Recommended
– Submissions Open for Mining OH&S
– UN Slams Aussie Detention Policy
– Australian Biosecurity Network Established
– Suburban Toxic Sites Left Unmanaged
– Hospital Ratings Go Head to Head
– Palmer Cries Foul in Fairfax Electorate
– Child Abuse Commission Hears Testimonies
– Burma Funded for HIV/AIDS Treatment
– ACT to Discuss Same-sex Marriage Bill
-Sticky Mess for Hawaiian Fish
A short vox pops showing what half a dozen people at Cedar Creek Hall in the electorate of Dickson thought of the 2013 federal election. This piece was aired as part of 4zzz’s election coverage.