The clause which compromises the UK free trade deal
When the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in July 2016 many raised concerns about the potential for the British economy to find itself compromised as the trade which brought mutual benefits between the UK and the rest of Europe would be set to slow down. Not to worry, with the British Government…
We emailed 100 state election candidates: Here’s what we found
We emailed 100 state election candidates from the electorates closest to UNSW, asking what their main focus for this election was and if they had anything to say to student voters. This is what we found:
“Not everything exists so it needs to make money” – Tharunka interviews the current Coogee Labor MP
In an exclusive interview with Tharunka, Marjorie O’Neill discussed privatisation of public assets, climate action, public transport and housing.
Coogee Greens candidate defends phasing out gas and coal in NSW by 2030
In an exclusive interview with Tharunka, Rafaela Pandolfini discussed climate action, public transport, housing, the Voice referendum and more.
The future of pill testing in NSW
With the upcoming election, will NSW have a chance to perhaps see this program rolled out across our state? And so, what might the major political parties have to say on this issue leading up to the election?
Opinion: You’ve missed Keating’s point
Since the interview we have been told it is best to ignore Keating because he’s like an annoying ex-husband according to SMH journalist Malcolm Knox, he’s a crazy old uncle according to opposition leader Peter Dutton, the world has changed since the 1990s according to Prime Minister Albanese and that he’s a defender of a…