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Rammstein’s controversial new video an epic journey through history

Last month, Rammstein released the music video for Deutschland, the first single from their upcoming self-titled album.  When it is released on May 17,...

Should compulsory voting be abolished in Australia?

Turnout at the last Federal Election, in 2016, was the lowest recorded since the introduction of compulsory voting in 1925 and more than 600,000...

Get a tax break for paying off your loan?

  United Australia Party (UAP) candidate George Zoraya says he's Clive Palmer's biggest fan and is ready to shake things up in Chisholm. Sick and...

First Mandarin and English political debate in Australia

The first dual-language political debate in Australia's history was held recently in the Melbourne seat of Chisholm. The debate, between Labor's Jennifer Yang and...

Roll call, baby: A record amount of young people enrolled to...

Yesterday, the Australian Electoral Commission announced on Twitter that at 96.8%, a record amount of eligible voters were enrolled to vote in next month's...

‘Egg Boy’ becomes ‘Poster Boy’ for youth this election

It will likely go down as one of the most famous moments in Australia’s embarrassing, as of late, political history. All you have to do...

So, the election’s next month – what do I do now?

Prime Minister Scott Morrison finally set a date for the federal election – May 18. Hopefully you've enrolled to vote by now (if not, get...

2019 Election Opinion: Asylum seekers’ basic rights on the line

  Prime Minister Scott Morrison has rebelled against the new medevac laws by preaching anti-refugee rhetoric. As the May 18 Federal Election nears, these are...

OPINION: Are our politicians setting the tone for a country full...

As the 2019 federal election draws closer, it comes as no surprise that scandals have started to emerge surrounding party candidates. The number of candidates...

Liu aims to be the Liberal’s first Chinese-Australian woman in Federal...

Gladys Liu, the Liberal candidate for Chisholm, would be the first Chinese-Australian woman to be elected to the Federal Parliament's Lower House if she...