Queenslanders in London urged to vote this week in state election

ALP Abroad president urges registered Queensland voters to have their say in high stakes state poll, warning of One Nation influence.

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How to vote in the same-sex marriage plebiscite from overseas

You only have till Thursday to update your details as an overseas elector to take part in the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey, the so-called same-sex marriage plebiscite.

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Western Australians in London urged to make their vote count in tight state election race

The Western Australia state election is set to be close, with Pauline Hanson’s One Nation potentially taking the balance of power in the upper house. WA overseas voters are being encouraged to have their say.

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Voting in London for the Aussie election

Australians in London who are still yet to vote in the 2016 Federal Election need to get down to Australia House.

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Expat Aussies urged to vote early in federal election

Eligible Australian voters living, working or holidaying overseas need to act now to make sure their vote counts in the 2016 federal election, says AEC.

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London protest at “undemocratic” closure of Australian overseas polling stations

Labor activists rally outside Australia House in London against overseas polling station closures.

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Queensland State Election: voting from the UK

Information about how to vote in London in the upcoming Queensland state election.

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ALP fears low London turn-out for WA election re-run

ALP Abroad has expressed concern that London based voters seem unaware of the crucial Senate election currently being held in Western Australia.

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Australian expats make their voice heard in federal election

Australia House has traditionally attracted one of the largest turnouts for Australians voting overseas, and in this year’s federal election it was no different.

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Exit poll: Labor leads London Aussie vote but swing is to Liberals

With one day left for London Aussies to cast their votes at Australia House, an exit poll conducted by Australian Times shows a swing towards the coalition in the 2013 election, despite Labor leading on a two party preferred basis.

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Young Australians urged to be counted this election

Young Australians are being urged to vote in the Australian federal election. Prepolling facilities are open for Australian expats in London at Australia House.

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London Aussies urged to cast their votes at Australia House

AUSTRALIAN ELECTION 13 | With the 7 September election looming, Australian expats in the UK are being urged to cast their vote at prepolling facilities at Australia House.

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Brits see Aussies as ‘hopeless hicks’, says Adam Hills

AUSTRALIAN ELECTION 13 | Comedian Adam Hills says he’s genuinely distressed by the current state of Australian politics and what that means for the country’s image overseas.

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Julian Assange: From information anarchist to party politician

INTERVIEW | The Australian government is, for Julian Assange, a place of corruption, of compromised interests, political infighting and parties who have lost their purpose and direction. Ahead of next week’s federal election in which he is running for a seat in the Senate, he tells Australian Times why he’s the candidate to fix it.

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Voting facilities at Australia House open for UK Aussies

Australian expats in the UK can vote at pre-polling facilities in London at Australia House. Facilities are open from Monday 26 August to Friday 6 September.

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