With renewable energy and battery technology growing, is it worth it for Australia to construct nuclear reactors? Continue reading The controversial topic of nuclear power–should Australia consider it?
Indigenous Australians live vastly different and largely unpublicised lives in comparison to their white Australian counterparts. Continue reading What is Australia doing to promote an Indigenous voice in Parliament?
Childcare workers play a vital role in the development of young children; it’s time they got paid like it. Continue reading More than just babysitters
Prior to polling day, the New York Times called the 2019 federal election “Australia’s Climate Change Election”, when citizens would vote for urgent and major action against climate change. Continue reading Climate changed the voting choices of young, urban South Australians in the federal election
I appreciate your opinion…but. Continue reading Life advice: Don’t talk about politics when you’re drunk
As the coalition sets for another term in government, many young Australians are left wondering how they will benefit from the liberals’ relatively last-minute election promise for first homebuyers. Continue reading Liberals’ new housing policy a scheme of “winner and losers”
Voting enrolments in this year’s election were expected to exceed previous years’, with over of people eligible to vote enrolling to have their say. Continue reading Voting turnout recap
Scare campaigns are one of the most effective types of political campaigns, but often run the risk of being inflammatory and insincere in the public eye. Continue reading Dissecting political scare campaigns – know your facts!
With the federal election this weekend, it is critical for whoever forms government to work hand-in-hand with Indigenous communities to address key issues and policies. Continue reading What the major parties are offering Indigenous Australians at the Federal Election
There are 16 different political parties for South Australians to choose from in the Senate in the upcoming federal election, with each party fielding between two and four candidates. Continue reading Meet the minor Australian political parties