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This inquiry aimed to rectify the lack of external oversight by assessing the adequacy of the Western Australian Electoral Commission's administration and management of the 2017 state general election.
The W.A Electoral Commission has released their report on the 2017 state election.
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 paper provides a narrative account of the issues, dynamics and outcomes of the 2013 Western Australian (WA) state election. It draws extensively on newspaper and electronic media coverage of the election campaign , and information and data provided by the Western Australian Electoral Commission...
The Department of Health in Western Australia identified access to, and daily consumption of recommended amounts of fruit and vegetables, as priority health determinants. The numerous factors that influence supply and consumption of fruit and vegetables indicated that a comprehensive approach would be required....
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.
On 23 January 2005 the Western Australian Labor Premier, Geoff Gallop, announced an election for 26 February. A referendum on shopping hours had already been announced, to be held on election day. Scott Bennett reviews the main issues of the campaign, outlines the challenge the...
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.