Wendy Williams, Monday, 18th July 2016 -
Christian Porter will continue as minister for social services with support from Zed Seselja who has been newly appointed assistant minister for social services and multicultural affairs.
Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 14th July 2016 -
Only 13 women will hold seats in the Coalition government – the lowest level in more than two decades – in what has been called a “very disappointing” result for women’s representation.
Sara Bice, Thursday, 14th July 2016 -
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s electoral victory earlier this week heralds another period of weak government, hounded by internal factional jockeying, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the U
Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 12th July 2016 -
The founder of a Not for Profit committed to addressing violent extremism in Australia is set to make history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to federal Parliament.
Lina Caneva, Thursday, 7th July 2016 -
The CEO of a Queensland mental health organisation, who is in a tight electoral battle over the federal seat of Herbert, says it’s time for more Not for Profit leaders to take their their skills to Parliament.
Sara Bice, Thursday, 7th July 2016 -
Saturday’s vote confirmed a global wave of voter disaffection, social inequality and doubts in democracy as we know it, writes Sara Bice, socio-political commentator from the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.
Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 6th July 2016 -
The majority of Labor, Green and Independent voters would prefer negotiations with crossbench MPs rather than calling another election, according to a new poll.
Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 5th July 2016 -
Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane believes Pauline Hanson’s rhetoric on race, multiculturalism and immigration, which includes calling for a royal commission into Islam, could lead to “fear, hate and division”.
Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 5th July 2016 -
In the wake of the tight election results the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association (AHHA) has called for cooperation on health claiming the voters have spoken.