Tag Archives: Australia

The long, winding road to marriage equality

The politics of marriage equality in Australia have been nothing less than confusing.

It was hard enough to keep up when things were only happening every week or so, but the last few days alone have been a whirlwind of political activity that still (somehow) seems to be going nowhere.

At the moment it’s likely that postal plebiscite will go ahead (in which case, ensure you are enrolled so that you can vote: click here for more info) but if the last few days have been any indication, anything could still happen.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and a little lost, don’t worry. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s been going on happened, and where we’re headed from here.

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#Budget 2017: Five changes young people need to know about

Budget time is a bit of a media frenzy, and it can often be hard to sift through everything to find out what you really need to know. Between media outlets publishing a thousand different versions of why the budget is horribly awful or the best thing ever and pollies taking shots at each other left and right, the whole thing gets a bit confusing.

But not to worry, since I had to watch the budget speech for my job, I decided I would do all the hard yards for you. I know that even though the budget info is available online, it’s a lot to read, and you have better things to do. So here are the 5 biggest changes that will affect young people, and what exactly those changes are.

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