With domestic violence becoming more concerning during the COVID-19 crisis, the need for a southern domestic violence hub is becoming more evident. Continue reading Southern Women Matter: The organisation displaying the importance of domestic violence prevention
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
Election night, March 17, the Labor Party’s 16-year rule over South Australia is slowly drawing to a close, and long-time journalist Jayne Stinson is covering the proceedings on Channel 7’s election panel. Continue reading The New Faces of Labor: meet Jayne Stinson
The election is over and the people of South Australia have voted for a change in government. Continue reading Jubilation, Despair, and Everything In Between: The Election through the Eyes of the Party Faithful