Tag: Politics

“Don’t Risk it” Mathias Cormann criticises Labor on national security

Matthew Johnson- December 6, 2018

On the last sitting day of parliament for the year, senators discussed a Home Affairs legislation amendment. Whilst discussing the amendment, Liberal Party Senator Mathias ... Read More

Former PM Abbott concerned over decline of prayer, rise of acknowledgement of country

Ana Vujanic- November 27, 2018

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott believes Christian prayer should have as great a role in public ceremonies as “Acknowledgement of Country” protocols. Acknowledgement of Country ... Read More

Prison officers at risk as Queensland’s prison population soars

Ana Vujanic- September 19, 2018

As the Queensland prison population continues to rise, it is those who serve to protect the community that are increasingly at risk. The commissioner of ... Read More

Anies wins Jakarta Governor Elections after bitter campaign

Justin Lillecrapp- April 22, 2017

After a bitter and tense campaign that divided the city of Jakarta voters took to the polls to decide their new Governor. "UQ in Indonesia" ... Read More

Anies elected Governor after divisive election campaign

Sophie Volker- April 21, 2017

Anies Baswedan has defeated Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (Ahok) for the powerful position of Governor of the Province of Jakarta, after a long and tension-filled race. ... Read More

Banning Mumbai’s iconic Victoria horses: what will the consequences be?

John Ballot- October 16, 2016

https://soundcloud.com/john-ballot/banning-mumbais-iconic-victoria-horses by John Ballot Along Mumbai's famous Marine Drive, tourists can be seen getting into large silver carriages that will take them around the tourist ... Read More

Terrorism and KFC: First impressions on security in Mumbai

John Ballot- September 25, 2016

By John Ballot In a city that has been deemed a “hot hunting ground for terror” by the Times of India, a couple of security ... Read More

Muslims are more likely to be swing voters.

Lindsay Mengel- October 19, 2012

Muslims are potentially Australia's biggest swing voters. Muslims are more likely to vote for a politician based on their policy than their party according to ... Read More

Flying the Rainbow Flag

Rachel Quilligan- September 25, 2012

The rousing chants and war cries demanding equality and an end to homophobia echoed through the streets of Brisbane’s CBD as over 2000 supporters for ... Read More