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Crikey

Independents: can they breathe life back into trust for politics and politicians?

Support for progressive independent candidates is undoubtedly a growing trend, and the Liberals are definitely feeling the heat.

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2gb

‘Whose side are you on?!’: Chris Smith goes head-to-head with climate-driven independent

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Crikey

Independents v the media: somehow it’s always about the men

A disparate group of female independent candidates have emerged to challenge political business-as-usual. But the coverage is about men and political parties.

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TEAM TINK READY TO CHANGE THE CLIMATE IN CANBERRA

Media release, 11 April 2022

With the election now set for May 21st 2022, Team Tink supporters gathered at the Crows Nest Fiveways intersection to join North Sydney’s Independent candidate, Kylea Tink, under a 32m wide billboard featuring Kylea funded entirely through community donations.

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Opinion: Coalition’s primary problem: how to stop the teal

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Podcast: 7am

The outsiders who could dominate the election

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The Guardian

‘A different way of doing politics’: Sydney independents reach out to female voters

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The monthly

Independents and the balance of power

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2gb

‘It doesn’t stack up’: Major concern grows as Northern Beaches Link set to be delayed

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