Stella Blake-Kelly is a science student and former co-editor of Victoria University's magazine Salient. She has a Google alert set up for "steven joyce single".
Content by Stella
Beyond the ballot box
Last year's election saw unprecedented efforts to get out the youth vote. Did they work?
An electoral history of New Zealand
How have New Zealand's electorates changed in the 158 years since the first parliament?
Finding our political mojo
Matt Harnett reckons the internet might help turnaround the trend of declining voter turnout.
Mass appeal: Making voting matter
Efforts are afoot to get more young people to the polls on Election Day – is 130,000 more voters than 2011 achievable?
'Everything will be fine'
The passing of marriage equality, a year ago today, set many people on a journey to discover their own sexuality, writes Stella Blake-Kelly.