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Housing Politics

Opposition to oppose Labor’s $10b affordable housing plan

The Albanese Government has used a rowdy question time to attack the Coalition for “letting Australians down” in failing to support their centrepiece housing policy. Source:

First Nations Politics

Voice can ‘evolve and adapt’ without set model

The Albanese Government’s decision to not put a set model to the public for the upcoming Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum will mean future governments can change the way the

Politics Welfare

Chalmers still open to boost in Jobseeker rate

Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers has not ruled out raising the JobSeeker rate after key members of a committee reviewing the welfare payment backed its increase. Source: The Australian.

First Nations Politics

Early voting opens for Voice to Parliament referendum

Campaigners for both sides of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum have hit the hustings as early voting opens across the country. Source: The Guardian.

Health Politics

Calvary preparing for legal action against ACT Government

Calvary is ready to take legal action against the ACT Government over its proposed acquisition of Calvary Public Hospital, stating the “unrealistic timeline” has distressed staff and could put patients


Labor misinformation law ‘a dangerous proposition for society’

Human rights and civil liberties groups have expressed serious doubts about Labor’s move to quash misinformation, claiming its proposed law threatens free speech and democratic rights. Source: Sydney Morning Herald.

New South Wales Politics

Perrottet, Minns to address faith communities ahead of NSW election

New South Wales Premier Dominic Perrottet and Opposition Leader Chris Minns will each address town hall-style meetings hosted by faith communities and a special religious education advocacy group this month.

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