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By-elections sometimes reflect important political trends, and sometimes they don’t. So why are we watching Canning so closely?
It was Saturday 26 March 1988, and Coalition supporters were cock-a-hoop. Just a week earlier twelve years of NSW Labor government had been swept away,...
This is the second publication from the Bankwest Foundation Social Impact Series and includes preliminary findings from the Supporting Development and Growth in the Community Sector in Western Australia research program. This report is the first output of the Social Enterprise Financial Resilience project, which...
This is the final report of a project that focused on the integration of mental health and drug and alcohol services for homeless people in two states and documented the mechanisms and effectiveness of such linkages.
With public funding of political parties proposed in Western Australia, Senator Andrew Murray argues that a quid pro quo is required in the form of higher standards of governance, transparency, and accountability, from the parties that receive it.
In the lead-up to Western Australia's state election on 26 February, Peter van Onselen examines questions regarding the state's electoral process. Issues addressed include malapportionment, prisoner voting, public funding and media coverage.