The Australian music legend John Farnham has lent his iconic song You’re the Voice to the referendum’s yes campaign, backing calls to insert an Indigenous voice to parliament in the constitution. It’s believed to be the first time Farnham, who is recovering from cancer, has ever permitted the song to be used in a commercial.
John Farnham lends song that ‘changed my life’ to yes campaign ad
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Voice offers a pathway to peace says Pearson in crucial pitch for Yes vote
Australians have been promised a peace dividend from the Indigenous Voice in a crucial pitch from Yes campaigner Noel Pearson to convince voters to back the change and reject what he called a confected war from the No side. Pearson said the defeat of...Read more
‘It’s bunkum’: former Liberal party director and John Howard chief of staff dismisses no campaign arguments
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