Friday Jul 25
The Hamilton Spectator
Gas Cash Stream
AUSTRALIA'S major political parties have accepted almost $2.7 million in donations from companies associated with unconventional gas between 2010 and 2013.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
McAllister set to fill Faulkner's seat
AUSTRALIAN Labor Party national president Jenny McAllister is poised to take the NSW Senate spot caused by stalwart John Faulkner's retirement.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
How the South Was Won: Inside the 2014 SA Labor Campaign
The next speaker at CMPM2014 is Neil Lawrence, CEO of Lawrence Creative, which executed the Kevin07 campaign as well as Anna Bligh's campaign for Queensland State Premier and Jay Weatherill's campaign in South Australia; he is alongside his colleague Tony Mitchellmore.
Australia: No longer a carbon tax nation
The Gore Effect has struck again. Al Baby recently visited Canberra accompanied by his usual blizzard to try to convince the tiny band of eccentrics that held the balance of power in the Senate to vote to keep the "carbon" tax that has been pointlessly crippling the Australian economy.
How Can Australian Labor Campaign like Obama?
The final session at CMPM2014 starts with Mike Smith from Ethical Consulting Services, who has worked with the Obama campaign in the past.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Political Branding in Labor's 2007 and 2010 Campaigns
Next up at CMPM2014 is Lorann Downer, whose focus is on brand strategies of the Australian Labor Party in the 2007 and 2010 elections.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Calls for internal ALP reforms grow stronger
The Labor Party is facing growing calls to democratise their internal operations, in particular the factional deal-making and secrecy that surrounds the party's preselections.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
When racism was a game in White Australia
To win the White Australia Game, players had a specific goal - to "Get the Coloured Men Out and the White Men In".
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Simon Breheny on 18c
On 12 March this year The Conversation published this report on a federal member of parliament who said: "But not one person has contacted me arguing for abolition.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Claire Trevett: Faithful lap up 'we can win' spirit
It was at the same venue as the National Party's conference the week before, but the Labour Party "congress" came in a different colour, with a different policy, a different slogan and a different hashtag.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Australian Labor Party plan raises Chinese investment threshold to 1 billion AUD
The Australian Labor Party is proposing to raise the threshold for Chinese investment from 200 million Australian dollars to 1 billion Australian dollars as part of the nation's free-trade agreement with China, The Australian newspaper reported on Thursday.