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ACT Marriage Equality and the Constitution

Glen FullerDec 11, 2012

The dust has settled on the recent ACT Election and a Labor-Greens government has been returned. Student journalist Jelisa Apps follows up on

Beyond Stolen Tomatoes and Pumpkins

Beyond Stolen Tomatoes and Pumpkins

Glen FullerDec 11, 2012

Instead of funding community gardens in communal suburbs, the Labor Party are looking into extending the policy by involving community garden programs that encourage the involvement

ACT Health Policy Costings

Glen FullerNov 23, 2012

Re-elected Chief Minister and Minister for Health Katy Gallagher has settled an agreement with the other Labor Ministers and Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury since the October election,

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2012 Canberra Election

Labor Promises to Deliver Health Services

Glen FullerNov 23, 2012

Katy Gallagher has promised to deliver 500 additional nurses into the ACT nursing workforce over the next four years, reports student journalist Madeline Power.

Children Health Focus

Children Health Focus

Glen FullerNov 23, 2012

The Labor/Greens Government agreement has ramifications for children's health policy write student journalist, Alyson Vardos. The new Government has agreed

Investing in Sport

Glen FullerNov 22, 2012

There'll be many interested spectators watching ACT Labor kick goals with its pre-election promise to upgrade Canberra’s sporting fields to the tune of $26 million into improving

Catholics Support ACT Minister for Education and Training

Catholics Support ACT Minister for Education and Training

Glen FullerNov 22, 2012

What about human rights?

Glen FullerNov 22, 2012

Student Journalist Ella Fisher investigated why human rights played such a minor role in last month’s election.

Future of Same-Sex Marriage

Future of Same-Sex Marriage

Glen FullerNov 22, 2012

With a Green now holding a seat in the Cabinet and a Chief Minister in support of same-sex marriage, it is a strong indicator the ACT heading down the path of legalising marriage eq

ACT Greens: Protest party or here to stay?

ACT Greens: Protest party or here to stay?

Glen FullerNov 21, 2012

The Greens have come a long way in their twenty years of being a registered national party. But student journalist Charlotte King asks, with ten Federal MPs and a 3.9% swing in their favour at the last Federal election, what’s with all the prophesising that they’re over?

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