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Can memes make or break an election?

Like it or not, memes now play a huge part in the way we communicate online, particularly for the younger generations, and...

‘Too late’ for Liberals to push ACT World Cup matches

An ACT Government spokesperson has defended the Territory’s decision not to bid for games in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, saying it’s too late for the ACT Liberals to push for it.

ABC cuts could be a key issue in Eden-Monaro by-election

A snapshot of the Eden-Monaro electorate by independent activist group GetUp has found many voters in the upcoming by-election believe the ABC is critical to the community.

Australians set to access $18 billion in superannuation

Around $18 billion is expected to be paid out this financial year (2020/21) to those who have accessed the early access to superannuation scheme.

ACT Liberals push back for 2023 World Cup games

The ACT Liberals have vowed to put Canberra back in the race for the FIFA 2023 Women’s World Cup, labelling Labor’s move to drop the bid as “disappointing”.

Coronavirus supplement

Survey results published this week (24 June), have shown people receiving increased income support payments are concerned about when those supplement payments...

Canberra activists urge Eden-Monaro to vote for change

A small army of environmental advocates from the Stop Adani Canberra group have targeted the Eden-Monaro by-election with their message for change.

ABC Canberra to cut 4 jobs, 7.45am radio news bulletin

ABC Canberra will lose four staff and cut the 7.45am radio news bulletin, as the national public broadcaster adjusts resources to meet federal budget cuts.

Coronavirus source of democracy sausage snag

If you’re on the hunt for a socially distanced democracy sausage sizzle on Eden-Monaro by-election voting day, 4 July, your plans may...

National Gallery of Australia faces staff cuts of 10%

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr is especially critical that “when the Commonwealth can fund $500 million for the redevelopment of the War Memorial, there should not be job losses in other institutions”, such as those at the National Gallery of Australia.

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