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The Book Review of the Month - Introducing creative Sri Lankan writers in Australia.SBS Sinhalese monthly literary discussion reviewed the Short story collection -...
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SBS Sinhalese monthly panel discussion focused on thoughts and hopes of the Sri Lankan community towards Australian Federal Election 2016
A joint investigation by Fairfax and the A-B-C claims rorting of the sector has also involved migration agents, employers who sponsor workers, and education...
The research and advocacy group, the Australian Institute for Progress says climate change, education, refugees and health are key issue for Green and Labor voters.
The latest Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday shows the coalition sitting on 51 per cent compared to Labor's 49 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.
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20 June - 29 July 2016

Australian General Election 2016

All the news, views and analysis from the 2016 federal election campaign trail.

Newly added
SBS Sinhalese monthly panel discussion focused on thoughts and hopes of the Sri Lankan community towards Australian Federal Election 2016
A joint investigation by Fairfax and the A-B-C claims rorting of the sector has also involved migration agents, employers who sponsor workers, and education...
The research and advocacy group, the Australian Institute for Progress says climate change, education, refugees and health are key issue for Green and Labor voters.
The latest Newspoll published in The Australian on Monday shows the coalition sitting on 51 per cent compared to Labor's 49 per cent on a two-party preferred basis.
The campaign week ended as it started, with the major parties - and their leaders in particular - trading blows over the future of Medicare.   Labor is leading...
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