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CFMEU calls on Chris Minns to reverse MP’s sacking
ANU Should Answer, Not Disband, Peaceful Protesters
CFMEU ACT urges ANU to abandon student encampment eviction plan
Liberals, David O’Byrne and JLN team up against transparency and openness 15 May 2024
UN experts: Repression of peaceful international solidarity demonstrations is against human rights
McBride jailing reinforces need for whistleblower reforms
Access denied: Government must fund online access to public records
Return To Parliament
Monash University and the Susan McKinnon Foundation renew partnership to foster the next generation of Australia’s political leadership
Parliamentary Inquiry Into Full Voter Turnout
Monash University and Susan McKinnon Foundation Renew Commitment to Enhance Political Leadership in Australia with $25M Investment
The National Library of Australia seeks help to digitise and share the story of democracy down under
Reform Agenda Launches ahead of Tasmanian Parliament’s Return
Albanese Government’s Joint Select Committee into social media
Labor’s De-amalgamation Bill Passes Parliament
Greens call on Government to keep same-day election enrolment and voting
Celebrating 200 Years Of Supreme Court Of Tasmania
ABC Parramatta Officially Opens
Friday 3 May 2024
Freedom Of Expression-themed Dinners Focus On Choice
Ministers welcome Roadmap for accession discussions with Indonesia
CFMEU slams corporate thug’s failed strike-breaking tactic
Albanese chooses Senate contempt over public accountability
Inner West Council Corruption Findings Highlight Need for Fully Funded ICAC
Landlord Government Once Again Pushes Renters Into Cold
Calling all aspiring Councillors, pre-election candidate session
UN experts call for strengthening democracy and reversing global erosion of human rights: Electoral year 2024
Murrindindi Shire Celebrates Four New Citizens
Federal Court judgment allowing the pursuit of environment groups ‘anti-democratic’ – Peak Environment Groups
In Service Of Our Nation And Democracy
Appointment To Board Of Old Parliament House
Applications open to join the Government’s Youth Steering Committee
Act urgently to reverse deterioration of civic space and strengthen social cohesion, says UN expert: Bosnia & Herzegovina
Election Season Just Getting Started
Fast-track Submissions Period Must Be Extended
NZCTU stands in solidarity with Myanmar community in opposition to junta visit
New research explores why young women in Australia are reluctant to enter politics
Escalation in harassment of MPs threatens democracy
In the age of cancel culture, shaming can be healthy for online communities – a political scientist explains when and how
Council Confirms Support For Crescent Head Golf Course
Türk conducts official visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
A year of suffering for Sudanese women and girls
Greens Look To Fast-track Submissions On Harmful Law
Government responds to Joint Standing Committee on Norfolk Island Future Governance
Incumbent NSW MPs enjoy $2 million in incumbency advantages, on top of head-start from the state’s political finance laws
As conflict enters its second year, UN Fact-Finding Mission says warring parties must halt fighting, protect civilians, allow free flow of aid: Sudan