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Tuesday, July 16, 2024


MelbourneObserver.TV: Latest interview with Walter Stragan

Here is the link to the latest LocalPaper.TV interview with Federal Election candidate Walter Stragan.https://youtu.be/D-9Q-4F5jug Production costs for this interview were paid by the candidate. editor@LocalPaper.com.au


See the latest videos from the Melbourne Observer. • Walter Stragan Interview No. 3. One Nation candidate for Melbourne. WATCH• Kammy Cordner Hunt Interview. Fusion Party candidate for the Senate. WATCH• Walter Stragan Interview No. 2. One Nation candidate for Melbourne. WATCH• Richard Peppard interview. Liberal Democrats candidate for Melbourne. WATCH• Walter Stragan interview. One Nation

MelbourneObserver.TV: Interview with Kammy Cordner Hunt

In addition to our print and online coverage, the Melbourne Observer presents its latest Federal Election feature interview. Senate candidate Kammy Cordner Hunt, of the Fusion Party, has a chat with our editor, Ash Long.

MelbourneObserver.TV: Richard Peppard interview

Richard Peppard is the Liberal Democrats candidate for the seat of Melbourne (House of Representatives) in the May 21 Federal Election. See his interview: https://youtu.be/gv1TuKV2RRg

YAN YEAN: Applications open for Youth Council

Young people interested in representing their peers and making a difference, are invited to apply for the Yan Yean Youth Council. Applications for the 2022 Council are now open – young people across the Yan Yean electorate, ages 16-24, are invited to nominate. The Council provides young people in Yan Yean with a unique leadership

MORELAND: Council comments on Australia Day

More land Council says it supports support the call for a new date for a national day. “We want to celebrate our great country on a day that is inclusive of everyone,” said a Council statement. “Currently Australia Day does not celebrate the full breath of our history, and is a painful reminder to Aboriginal

Election called for May 18

The Federal Election has been called for Saturday, May 18. Prime Minister Scott Morrison this morning visited Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove to request the election.