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Introduce Optional Preferential Voting

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This was the major electoral recommendation of the 2009 Citizens’ Parliament which assembled 150 randomly selected citizens drawn from every electorate nationally. (Disclosure Note:...

Eliminate Private Donor Funding

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Similar to the argument in favour of political advertising is that third party donations are a form of freedom of speech . A contrary...

None of the Above Voting Option

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Introduce a “None of the Above” Voting Option or End Compulsory Voting With elections designed theoretically to reflect the will and voice of the people, this...

Back to the centre

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The electorate is not as volatile as we might imagine By George Megalogenis For the third election in a row, Australians are being offered a choice...

Sony A6300 Review: A tough act to follow, but Sony packs in the power

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The Sony A6300 comes as the follow-up to one of the most popular cameras in recent years. Given the top marks garnered by its...

It’s time to expose the myths of the neo-liberal economic model

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Article by Greg Jericho For Malcolm Turnbull the election is all about jobs and growth and a belief that a company tax cut and reducing...

What if our politicians had to tell the truth? (#ItsTime)

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Imagine a world where our politicians suffered real consequences when they mislead the public with a lie. A world where politicians had to work together...

Needy or Greedy: Pollie Perks never enough

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A group of retired politicians trying to claw bigger pensions and more free travel from the taxpayer will get their day in court next...

Google’s Paris offices raided by tax investigators

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French police and prosecutors have swooped on Google’s Paris offices, intensifying a tax-fraud probe amid accusations the Internet giant fails to pay its fair...

Politicians can’t be trusted to reform political donations

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The major parties now compete to outspend each other at elections while devoting ever increasing resources to raise the funds this demands.’ John Madigan My appointment...