Ahead of Australia’s Federal elections of 2019, Volunteers of Australia’s first racial & economic justice organisation Democracy in Colour are making calls and knocking on doors urging voters to “vote stronger than fear. Dilpreet Kaur reports for Election 2019.
What is it like to move away from city to grow and raise a family? Dilpreet Kaur reports a film for The Citizen in association with ABC Gippsland a day in the life of Laura Campbell and her three-year-old Leander in Yinnar.
Are you brave enough not to shave? Many millennial women have chosen not to fight nature. But facial hair is still something few women are prepared to wear. I tackle a hairy subject for The Citizen.
As word gets out that Prime Ministerial pretender Peter Dutton has done his dash, and that ‘ScoMo’ has seized the prize, reporter Dilpreet Kaur takes the pulse on the University of Melbourne campus. (*And yes, they would say that, wouldn’t they.)
On a Friday afternoon on campus, students were underwhelmed by news that Scott Morrison was their new Prime Minister. The general mood was of was relief that Peter Dutton’s grab at the top job had failed, and exasperation at the political circus that has consumed Canberra this week. Several students expressed hope that Labor would capitalise on the Liberal Party’s horrors.