By ALLISON HORE
With the federal election this weekend, eyes will be on the Senate to see if poll frontrunners, the Labor party, will be … Read more
In a world where a reborn nationalism is very much to the forefront throughout the political landscape, the recent election of a TV comic in … Read more
BY MERRILL WITT
Proportional representation in the NSW Legislative Council or Upper House ensures that seats are allocated to minor parties, and optional preferential voting … Read more
Scaremongering has always been a part of the political process but has reached an even more insidious level in recent years with the manipulation of … Read more
BY ALLISON HORE
Finland has chosen a new prime minister, the Israeli prime minister has secured a re-election, Turkish municipal elections have made headlines around … Read more
By ALLISON HORE
Australia heads to the polls in May to decide who will represent us over the next four years. For those in NSW … Read more
“An Entertaining Evening with Nigel Farrage – Politics Needs A Bit Of Spicing Up” – that’s the blurb advertising the forthcoming Australian ‘speakers’ tour of … Read more
The news that Donald Trump might visit Australia in November en route to the APEC summit in Papua New Guinea has some in Australia salivating … Read more
Madonna or Kylie?
“Dannii. Because I like imitations.”
Lady Gaga or Nicky Minaj?
“Nikki Webster, because I’m an old-fashioned girl. And she needs the help.”… Read more
Kevin Rudd’s Papua New Guinea plan for asylum seekers is receiving vocal opposition from minority parties.
The plan stipulates that immigrants arriving by boat without … Read more