Write a letter to the Editor

Overnight news has broken that the Prime Minister will be considering a Cabinet reshuffle over the weekend. Can you help us give him some good reading over the weekend?

Take 5 minutes to help show that voters demand a government that includes women in its top jobs, by writing a letter to the editor of your state paper.

We've put together some tips to help:

Step 1. Find the 'letter to the editor' details for your state paper

In NSW:

In Victoria:

  • Write a letter to the Editor of the Herald Sun
  • Write a letter to the Editor of The Age

In Queensland:

In Western Australia:

In Tasmania:

In South Australia:

In Canberra:

In the Northern Territory:

  • Write a letter to the Editor of the NT News

Want to contact a paper not on our list? You should be able to find the contact information for your area's newspaper by simply googling 'send a letter to the editor' and the name of the paper.

2. Write your letter

You don't have to be an expert writer or political know-all to get published - in fact, the more letters reflect the views of ordinary local people, the more likely they are to interest the paper's editor. Usually, three sentences making your point will be enough.

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Step 3. Let us know when you've sent your letter!

Send the team a quick email at info@fairagenda.org to let us know where you've sent your letter, so we can keep an eye on your state paper, and collect all the letters published!