The Voice referendum will have only one question
A widely shared social media post says the government has “set up a trick” by including two questions in the forthcoming referendum.
Hawaiian wildfires fan conspiracy theories
Social media users claim the wildfires in Maui, Hawaii, were deliberately caused by a “directed energy weapon”.
No basis to claims Voice referendum will be rigged
Social media users are claiming the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum will be rigged in favour of a Yes outcome.
Failure to vote in the Voice referendum will not count as a Yes vote
A video on social media claims boycotting the forthcoming referendum will boost the Yes vote.
Elon Musk used in fake AI videos to promote financial scam
Doctored footage of the billionaire businessman is being used on social media to lure investors to a fraudulent stock trading platform.
No, the federal government is not bankrolling the Yes campaign
Social media users are, once again, claiming the Albanese government is throwing taxpayers’ money at the Yes campaign.
Vote No camp sows fear by falsely linking scrapped WA land laws to Indigenous Voice
The Western Australian government’s decision to revoke its controversial cultural heritage laws has been seized upon by supporters of the No campaign to undermine the viability of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
The Voice referendum is not illegal
Opponents of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament are spreading a message on Facebook that claims the upcoming referendum is illegal because the enabling legislation does not exist. But they're wrong.
The Uluru Statement from the Heart is one page long, not 26
Documents released through an FOI request have been used to falsely claim the Uluru Statement from the Heart is 26 pages long, not one, and that it contains “hidden” policies such as reparations for First Nations peoples.
No evidence to show Robodebt caused more than 2,000 deaths
The recent release of the royal commission findings into Robodebt has sparked a surge of social media posts claiming that the illegal scheme caused thousands of deaths.
Tony Abbott is wrong – the NIAA doesn't spend $30 billion a year on Indigenous programs
Like the former prime minister, anti-Voice Facebook users are falsely claiming that the National Indigenous Australians Agency provides $30 billion in funding to Indigenous programs.
No sneaky extra question on Voice referendum about Australia becoming a republic
A viral online video is spreading the false claim that Australians will be asked to vote on a second question in the Voice referendum asking whether Australia should become a republic.