The upcoming Federal election and issues associated with it continue to be the main topics which journalists have sought comment from the ACL on during the past week.

Please see below for a wrap up of ACL’s coverage in the media since last Thursday.

  • ACL Managing Director Jim Wallace was quoted in yesterday’s Sydney Morning Herald regarding his response to Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s living arrangements.

  • The July edition of the Eternity newspaper includes an article on the recent Make it Count event organised by ACL.

  • On Tuesday Jim Wallace was interviewed by Sonshine FM Christian News about concerns over the classification system and issues under the spotlight in the upcoming election. ACL’s call for parties to launch a review of the classification system was also covered by Australia.to News  and Christian Today Australia.

  • This Sunday night ACL NSW Director David Hutt will be interviewed by Sydney radio station 2CH’s  evening program.

  • On Monday morning ACL Victorian Director Rob Ward was interviewed by Tracy Weare for Vision radio’s 20-20 program on the topic of the election from a Victorian perspective.

  • The latest ‘Politics in Focus’ television segment on the Adventist Media Network and other outlets sees Jim Wallace interviewed by David Gibbons about the key issues for Christians in this year’s Federal election and the importance of Christians making an informed vote. You can view ‘Politics in Focus’ on the front page of this website.

  • This week’s political spot (broadcast on Canberra’s 1Way FM and some other Christian stations) looks at two issues on the Christian radar in the lead up to the election – namely the school chaplaincy program and the media classification system. It features an interview with the Convenor of the National School Chaplaincy Association Stanley Jeyaraj on the association’s new campaign and an interview with ACL Research Officer Ben Williams about concerns with the classification system.

  • On Monday morning Jim Wallace was interviewed by Tracy Weare for Vision Radio Network’s 20-20 program.