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Natasha Stott Despoja August 17, 2010 People should be urged to get involved, not follow Latham and opt out...That's why Mark Latham's call to people to return a blank ballot paper makes me angry. I get what he is saying: the major parties have
I'm changing my strategy," he said on Monday. "So far I've been playing it pretty soft...Gutman, the stand-up comic whose most famous creation is the provocative Austen Tayshus, is the Australian Sex Party's candidate in Warringah, the opposition
July 26, 2010 Liberal newcomer Chris Zanker will be taking on Labor incumbent Amanda Rishworth in the South Australian seat of Kingston...Photo: David Mariuz Kingston likes dumping its MPs, but maybe not this time. ON THE eastern fringe of the
The party said on Friday it would run candidates for the Senate in every state and territory and would also contest some lower house seats. The lead Senate candidates in Victoria and South Australia, Roger Howe and Jeanie Walker, will speak for the
Not long ago, in a country far, far away, there was a party called the Liberal Democrats. They were a party of the centre, concerned about social justice and with the best green credentials of any in parliament. They did quite well in a general
Former Australian Democrats leader Natasha Stott Despoja bagged the second spot while Queensland's Kate Jones was ranked third.
THE publicity generated by the death of its lead candidate might garner Dignity for Disability enough votes to win a seat in the Upper House. Dr Paul Collier's name remained on the Legislative Council ticket, although he died three days after
John Shakespeare In Groundhog Day , Bill Murray is a TV weatherman forced to cover the same story about a groundhog emerging from hibernation four years in a row, forced to relive the same unbearable day over and over again.
Ms Kanck resigned her upper house seat in January last year and her role as the last sitting Democrat parliamentarian in the nation was taken by David Winderlich. But Mr Winderlich quit the Democrats in October last year and will contest the March 20
S national anthem is "outdated and incorrect" and must be changed to better reflect the environment, a national sustainability group says. Headed by former South Australian Democrats MP Sandra Kanck, Sustainable Population Australia wants a new