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This audit was conducted to assess whether the Australian Electoral Commission appropriately established and managed the contracts for the transportation of completed ballot papers and the Senate scanning solution for the 2016 federal election.
One of the most vexed questions about the last election, at least among conservatives, is whether Tony Abbott could have won if he had remained prime minister.
And the answer? No, he couldn’t have. At least, not if you accept newly released findings from...
The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria Inc. (ECCV) is the voice of multicultural Victoria and the peak policy advocacy body for eight regional ethnic community councils and up to 220 members including ethnic and multicultural organisations across Victoria since 1974. For over 40 years, we...
The Parliamentary Budget Officer is required, within thirty days after the end of the caretaker period for a general election, to prepare a post-election report of election commitments. For each designated parliamentary party, the post-election report presents budget impacts of election commitments that would have...
What are politicians saying at this Federal election in relation to seniors from multicultural backgrounds?
As part of The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria’s (ECCV) policy advocacy on behalf of seniors from non-English speaking backgrounds, ECCV wrote letters to the Greens, Australian Labor Party,...
When Kevin Rudd and his people burst forth with their “Kevin ’07” election slogan nine years ago, social media was seen primarily as a dramatic symbol of generational change: Rudd was the future; John Howard was the past.
In this election, social media has...
Most Australians who take an interest in politics, at least those of a certain age, remember that John Hewson's policy in 1993 to introduce a 15 per cent GST lost him the unloseable election to Paul Keating. Except that is not quite right. There was...
Property touches the lives of all Australians. As the nation's biggest industry, property creates prosperity, jobs and strong communities.
Property is both a major part of the household balance sheet and the Australian economy - and one of the few industries enjoying sustained growth....
The Northern Territory is but a petite player in federal politics. It has only two lower house MPs and two senators, the fewest of any of Australia’s jurisdictions.
But NT politics is never dull, with two headline-grabbing resignations during the federal campaign so far:...
For us, policies are all about principles that guide our actions. These principles are set out to inform Australians of our legislative views.
Items shown under 'Examples of what needs to be done' are indicative only and parliamentary members and candidates are encouraged to...