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Why You Should Vote [Political Party] At The Federal Election

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The views and opinions expressed in these articles are the those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of Lot’s Wife.  Why you should vote Labor at the federal election.  Written by Drew Alsop on behalf of the Monash ALP (Labor) Club    The strength of an economy is often understood through numbers, but should they be the sole key performance indicator? 15-year-old Elias Anderson lives with cerebral palsy and has been waiting for two years to receive funding from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) for a new wheelchair. That same NDIS is consistently left with less
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Student Politics is a Joke

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DISCLAIMER: Daniel is the Managing Editor of Lot’s Wife. This is his opinion and his alone. Not Lot’s Wife and not the other editors. This is partly a response to Jan Morgiewicz’s piece published on 09.05.2019   Student politics is a joke. To the majority of students on campus, student politics is a minor annoyance, a trigger word for eye rolling and groans. For one week in second semester, you avoid the campus centre but beyond that you couldn’t care less about it if you tried. You can’t tell the difference between one party and the next. Especially with their
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Christchurch: events may be shocking, but islamophobia is nothing new

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CONTENT WARNING - Includes content related to Christchurch shootings. If you need to talk to someone, Monash University Health Services offer counselling support: https://www.monash.edu/health/counselling   Christchurch: events may be shocking, but islamophobia is nothing new The 15thof March of 2019, was a typical Friday in Christchurch, New Zealand. School kids, in the middle of their last day of the week, probably itching for the time to go by till the end of the school day. It’s a shuffle through the peaceful airy atmosphere, and one by one, you have your everyday Muslim, leaving their work, school or leisure, to visit
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