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Jennine Khalik

Journalist

How the media created the Sydney lockout laws

How the media created the Sydney lockout laws

With the review of the five-year-old laws now on its way, will we see the same media organisations turn on their heels?

How do you solve a problem like toxic masculinity?

How do you solve a problem like toxic masculinity?

Australian women are still facing an epidemic of violence, but the conversation about it has notably shifted to "men's behaviour".

What to watch for in Scott Morrison's new ministry

What to watch for in Scott Morrison's new ministry

We've picked out the most interesting (and confusing) parts of Morrison's appointments.

Does Labor have a problem with religious voters?

Does Labor have a problem with religious voters?

Senior Labor figures are worried they're losing religious voters. While conclusive evidence is scarce, it's definitely a space to watch.

Politicians' websites show major security blind spots

Politicians' websites show major security blind spots

Many prominent Australian politicians' websites are not secured, putting anyone who contacts them online at risk.

How the Coalition played a long game to win the franking credits debate

How the Coalition played a long game to win the franking credits debate

From targeting RSLs to confusing claims, franking credits have been a defining issue in the election. How did the Coalition win this one?

Prayers and preference-recycling: who's taking credit for the Coalition's win?

Prayers and preference-recycling: who's taking credit for the Coalition's win?

In the wake of the shock win, Clive Palmer and the Australian Christian Lobby are among those claiming a slice of the Coalition's victory.

Why you can’t sue a political party for misleading advertising in an election

Why you can’t sue a political party for misleading advertising in an election

Independent for Kooyong Oliver Yates believes he's been the target of a misleading political campaign. Now he's calling for reform.

Bookshop raids and strip-searches: what happens after alleged police misconduct?

Bookshop raids and strip-searches: what happens after alleged police misconduct?

A big weekend for police heavy-handedness across Australia shows that need for an effective, transparent complaints process has never been greater