Tag Archives: Federal election 2022

We emailed the main candidates in UNSW’s electorate to see who replied

By Harrisen Leckenby and Jess Belzycki Tharunka sent questions about climate change, cost of living and support for university students to the main candidates in UNSW’s electorate. Here’s what they said.  The electorate of Kingsford-Smith covers UNSW, with candidates from Liberals, Labor, The Greens and The United Australia Party vying …

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The only how to vote card you need!

By Emily O’Brien First time voting? We explain how the preferential voting system works and break down the difference between the House of Representatives and the Senate! Death and Taxes, the two unavoidable things in life. Well if you’re an Australian citizen there’s a third; voting, which is FAR more …

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Let Albo be Albo

By Alejo Pintos-Lopez The media is still hitting his small target, and Labor’s concealment of its bold, authentic vision is turning away voters, particularly the youth. Will the real Anthony “Fighting Tories” Albanese please, finally, stand up? Interior, day. Anthony Albanese, PM-in-waiting, meets with Labor strategists and communications personnel. The …

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