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Words by: Jack Crawford, SRC General Councillor and Environment Officer elect The state government is proposing that South Australia become home to an international dump for high-level nuclear waste. This has been pushed by the Weatherill-initiated Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission. The Commission, which has drooled at its own speculations of fantastical profitability, is headed by Kevin Scar

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Written by: Harriet de Kok The Greens are not a party solely for millennials. However, I do think a breakdown of the two-party system and a massive increase in the Greens vote from young voters shows that there is obviously something that the Greens offer to young people that the Labor and Liberal parties don’t. I believe that’s because the major parties have a lot of vested interes

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Written by: Leighton McDonald-Stuart and Jack Newton If you were watching the Today show yesterday, you would’ve seen old mate Karl Stefanovic ask Bill Shorten one simple question: “How old were you when Labor last delivered a surplus?” Shorten mumbled with a dramatic flair that can only come from a last minute election gaffe. He didn’t know the answer. The last time

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Written by: Josh Boughey The upcoming Federal election provides a clear choice between two different visions for Australia.   The Liberal Party’s vision is starkly clear. They’re happy to overlook economic inequality and public services to help their mates in big business grow their profit margins. Their economic plan for ‘jobs and growth’ is based on an unfunded $5

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Written by: Samuel Wall From Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders in the US, to Jeremy Corbyn and the rise of UKIP in Britain, to the re-entry of Pauline Hanson and the constantly growing popularity of the Australian Greens here at home; Western democracies are beginning to show a large vein of anti-establishment politics that is emanating from both the left and right. A chat in the pub with an Aust

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Words by: Will Cheffirs   Where do I begin?   Firstly, I believe the United Kingdom (UK) is an important positive force in modern international politics. It is a strong democracy that shares many values with Australia.   However, the UK’s ability to influence the world stage, in my opinion, will be diminished by leaving the European Union (EU). Why? The UK has been a maj

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