What’s this? A new green tinged independent? Or a Labor Minister?
The ALP is also rather proud of their latest animated TV ad.
Katy’s taking a swipe at the gaping hole where a Liberal Health policy should be.
Jon Stanhope would prefer the elderly not marry, but rather stay engaged. OK, he’s actually just promising to fork out $60k for a seniors directory. Wrinkly remains the new Gungahlin.
In CityNews Jorian Gardner has been asking candidates about their histories of marijuana use. Quite strangely it seems not one of them enjoyed inhaling. It makes one wonder why anyone bothers with the stuff.
Jane Tullis weeps for the Kaleen Tennis Courts and blames Labor.
Shane Rattenbury has been telling CityNews what ails the plans for the new town centre of Molonglo.
Under the unexpected headline of “Failed sell-off hits Rhodium” the Canberra Times informs us of Zed’s plan to give clubby uni students a chance to get their snouts in the Government trough with plans to get more inter-varsity events to Canberra.
The Shiny Bum singers have also delivered their verdict on the campaign:
Adam is calling on the parties and candidates in Ginninderra to donate their election funding to charity, as he intends to do.