By Alice Rennison The “spear carrier for the Liberal right”, Senator Eric Abetz, has been demoted by the new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Eric Abetz slowly moved his … Continue reading The Downfall of Eric Abetz
By Thomas Mowbray In the past two weeks, two foreign political activists have made headlines around the country. Both were from allied nations. Both were … Continue reading A Tale of Two Visas: Is Visa Cancellation becoming a new Political tool?
By Persephone Fraser Recently, there has been good reason to discuss our attitude toward refugees. On the one hand, the Abbott government said it wouldn’t … Continue reading On the stopping of boats and the turning back of Syrians
By Jonathan Meddings The national school chaplaincy program was birthed by the Howard government in 2007, and since then over half a billion dollars has … Continue reading It’s time to give the chaplaincy program the chop
By Isabella Faranda Australia is currently witnessing an epidemic like never before. So far this year, just under 60 women have been killed in domestic … Continue reading The domestic violence epidemic: When will Australia see a National Crisis Summit?
By Blake Hampton Malcolm Turnbull’s ascension to the role of Prime Minister appears to be the fork in the road moment the coalition desperately needed … Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull – the ideal Liberal leader
By Emily Woodford There are many things that could come to your mind when you think of Portugal. It could be the never ending landscapes … Continue reading The Portugal Solution – learning a remedial lesson on drugs
By Monique La Terra ‘No one mourns the wicked’ sums up much of the populations view on Tony Abbott’s eviction but what does this change … Continue reading No one mourns the wicked – Turnbull abandons climate change action
By Connor Pound On the 25th of September Australia Post, one of the only monopolies that has achieved undeserved affection, announced that they have finally … Continue reading It’s time to privatise Australia Post