A look at foster care policy in the ACT by student journalists Alison Dance and Charlotte King.READ MORE
Articles by Scott Bridges
At the ACT’s October poll, the three largest parties picked up almost 90% votes of total votes between them. However, the election was not all doom and gloom for minor parties, with some exceeding expectations and picking up a substantial number of votes.
NextACT student journalists Corey Hammond, Matt Mitchell and Sarah Bannerman followed some of the smaller parties throughout the election campaign and put together an election wrap analysing their performances. In this piece they speak with Australian Motorist Party Candidate Chic Henry, and Bullet Train for Canberra candidate Tim Bohm.READ MORE
Student journalists Jacqui Garrity and Jelisa Apps kept themselves busy on election day. After grabbing democracy sausages at a primary school voting booth they chatted to Canberrans, and then hit the tally room and the major parties’ parties to interview candidates such as Zed Seselja and Shane Rattenbury. Here is their analysis of the election result as it stands on Monday morning, and the state of negotiations between the three parties.READ MORE
Student journalists Nicholas Hornby-Howell and Ryley McKay speak to controversial independent candidate Philip Pocock, and canvas other views about same-sex marriage.READ MORE