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Electoral allowances will now not be able to fund radio and tv ads

Friday 05 April, 2019

The Senate has overturned a move by Special Minister of State Alex Hawke to change the regulations that prohibit MPs using their taxpayer-funded office budgets for television and radio ads.

Government authorises more money for radio and tv election ads

Wednesday 27 February, 2019

Radio stations will be getting more revenue from election ads this year with the Morrison government allowing millions of dollars to be spent on television and radio advertising for the first time.

Special Minister of State Alex Hawke has overturned regulations that prohibit MPs using their taxpayer-funded office budgets for television and radio ads.

The move, which takes effect immediately, is aimed to "enable regional and rural MPs to communicate with voters more fairly."

Election rivalry in Victoria

Thursday 22 November, 2018

As the Victorian election looms this weekend, radio stations have all been lifting their coverage.

On the serious talk radio side, ABC Radio Melbourne’s Jon Faine has been hosting a series of election debates with policy leaders, which will be capped off today with a Leaders Debate with Premier Daniel Andrews and Opposition Leader Matthew Guy going head-to-head with their final pitches to the electorate between 8.30am-9am.

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