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How the 'reality-distorting machinery' of the federal election campaign delivered sub-par journalism

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDThe nightly television news coverage of the 2022 federal election was among ...

the business benefits of hiring people with intellectual disability

ShutterstockThere are many reasons to employ people living with intellectual disability. Most obvious is that it&rs...

New Zealand has just joined an overtly anti-China alliance – are the economic risks worth it?

The uncertainty over whether Jacinda Ardern might land a White House meeting and photo opportunity with US Presiden...

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Has Australia's political landscape changed forever? – podcast

Politics can be slow-moving, until all of a sudden it isn’t. As political scientist Simon Jackman says in today’s episode of Below the Lin...

We're about to have Australia's most diverse parliament yet – but there's still a long way to go

The message from Saturday’s election result was clear: Australians want a political reset. And not just about issues such as government integrit...

if you expect First Nations' staff to do all your 'Indigenous stuff', this isn't support – it's racism

GettyImagesWorkplaces can be hostile, overwhelming and unwelcoming places for many First Nations Peoples. My research has explored how this is the cas...

On the Pacific, the new government must be bold and go big. Here's how the repair work could begin

The federal election has delivered a monumental win for Australia’s relations with the Pacific. The stunning victories of the teal and Greens ca...

Did Australia just make a move to the left?

Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-NDPolitical commentators often use the idea of a political spectrum from left to right as shorthand for understan...

Why Labor is likely to win a House of Representatives majority despite a 33% primary vote

AAP/Lukas CochWith 73% of enrolled voters counted, the ABC is calling 73 of the 151 House of Representatives seats for Labor, 54 for the Coalition, 15...

Government exits amid shredding snowstorm, Labor ministers make staged entry

The transition from one government to another involves a democratic miracle and a physical mess. In parliament house’s ministerial wing on Monda...

Legalise Cannabis Australia did well at the ballot box – but reform is most likely to come from a cautious approach

ShutterstockOne of the surprising results from the federal election was a record vote for Legalise Cannabis Australia, a minor party previously known ...

how a Labor government could revamp our relationship with Indonesia

During the election campaign, Anthony Albanese singled out Indonesia as a key regional partner.The new prime minister made a point of declaring he int...

Alcohol marketing has crossed borders and entered the metaverse – how do we regulate the new digital risk?

Getty ImagesThe World Health Organization’s newly released report on regulating cross-border alcohol marketing raises the alarm for countries li...



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