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Everything you need to know about Australian public policy in just 20 minutes. Grattan Institute is dedicated to developing high quality public policy for Australia’s future. Our podcasts cover a range of public policy topics focusing on the main issues facing Australia. Our podcasts concentrate on budget policy, economic growth, energy, health, institutional reform, household finances, school education, transport and cities.
 
The least consequential news from around the world from the least informed minds in Australia. Andrew, Theo, Lucy and Ben bring you the week's stories that conveniently fit into one of their countless, concerningly specific segments. Keep up with the latest news from Nature Corner, Paging Dr. Lucy, Planely Speaking, Omens and Portents, The Hole Report and many, many more. • Find out more at https://www.boontavista.com • Subscribe for weekly bonus episodes at https://www.patreon.com/BoontaVis ...
 
The Professor and The Hack is a frank, relatable and always entertaining discussion about the state of politics and current affairs from two of the most experienced and trusted sources in Australia. Network 10's resident experts, National Affairs Editor Hugh Riminton (The Hack) and Network Political Editor Peter Van Onselen (The Professor) are second to none when it comes to politics. They leave no stone unturned as they deep dive into what is happening in Australian politics and get to the ...
 
For years Christopher Pyne was on the receiving end of a barrage of questions from the media and politicians but still managed to keep it together and had a successful career in politics. Now he is out of the game and risking it all to step out of his comfort zone and embrace a new world of media to turn the tables and go from the interviewee to the interviewer (…sort of). Hear the stories from guests that you’ve never heard before, as they succumb to what people describe as “the Pyne Effect ...
 
From the corridors of power to the most marginal seats across the country, The Australian’s politics team will dissect the big stories making headlines as well as the hustings hijinks that will leaving you saying ‘strewth!’. A conversational podcast that brings the listener along for the ride with analysis but also humour.
 
The Loyrad Media Podcast is a podcast about free speech. Talking about the news of the day, politics, culture, ideas or wherever the conversation takes us. 1 on 1: An Interview Series talks with a new guest each episode about any topic under the sun. Anything that I think you will find interesting.
 
The Lowy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan international policy think tank located in Sydney, Australia. The Institute provides high-quality research and distinctive perspectives on foreign policy trends shaping Australia and the world. We host podcasts with high-level guest speakers as well as our own experts. Essential listening for anyone seeking to better understand foreign policy challenges!
 
What issues matter most to Australian Christians during an election? Hosts Tim Costello and Mel Wade talk to Australia's experts and leaders - including the ones that Christians don't usually get to hear from! Episode guests: Prof Ian Harper (Reserve Bank & Dean of Melbourne Business School, Melbourne University) - Economy; John Anderson (Former Deputy PM & Nationals Leader) - Religious Freedom; Natasha Stott Despoja (former senator & Ambassador for Women and Girls) - Women Dr Tim Flannery ( ...
 
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Join the AICD’s Chief Economist Mark Thirlwell and Head of Content Ivan Ah Sam for this weekly deep dive into all the economic news. From interest rates to trade wars and everything in between, we have you covered. Stay up-to-date on the economic forces shaping the world.
 
Who owns my body after I die? Can I leave my entire estate to my dog? Do I own the rights to the tattoo on my arm? Welcome to Trial by Podcast, a fortnightly podcast series by Australian law firm, McCabes where we discuss dinner-party legal topics, current events and the laws surrounding them.
 
The Red Review, brought to you by Socialist Action, brings the revolutionary struggle in Canada to life with street recordings, interviews, and deep analysis. Every three months, The Red Review releases seasonal analysis on the most important struggles in Canada and internationally, from struggles for Indigenous self-determination to resisting Canada imperialism. In between, we interview community organizers, authors, politicians, and unionists.
 
The Let’s Go To Court podcast brings together two of the greatest legal minds of our time. Just kidding. We’re your hosts Brandi Egan and Kristin Caruso. What we lack in legal training we more than make up for in being completely obsessed with lawsuits. Every week, we discuss two juicy legal battles. Each episode is peppered with Brandi’s booming laugh and Kristin’s Olympic-level talent for putting the word “so” into every sentence. The podcast started in 2018, but we’ve been having these co ...
 
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We're very sad to announce that Auspol Snackpod is coming to an end. We've got a regular news episode for you this week, then next week will be some kind of special finale episode. It's your LAST CHANCE to send us potlucks about news, politics, or memes, or really anything and we'd really love to hear from you so PLEASE record yourself speaking for…
 
The Australian Greens have had their most successful election campaign ever – four seats in the House of Representatives, 12 Senators and 12.25% of the primary vote all across Australia. These are excellent figures and a promising result for progressive politics. But how well will they be able to work with the new Labor Government? To pass their le…
 
All the people who work on The Red Review live and work on stolen Indigenous lands across Turtle Island. There can be no reconciliation without restitution, which includes Land Back, RCMP off Indigenous land, and seizing the assets of the major resource corporations and returning them to the commons. In this episode of The Red Review, brought to yo…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy and newly appointed energy and climate change minister Chris Bowen discuss how he’s working with states and territories to help fix the energy crisis, “meeting and beating” Labor’s 43% emissions reduction target, and dealing with a large Senate crossbenchBy The Guardian
 
Hello media fans - The ABC is Australia's public broadcaster, for TV, digital and radio. Think BBC and CBC and NPR. Who Needs the ABC?: How Digital Disruption and Political Dysfunction Threaten the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Existence (Scribe, 2022) by Matthew Ricketson and Patrick Mullins (Scribe 2022), charts how, in its 90th year, the…
 
Former Lone Wolf bikie Yusuf Nazlioglu was shot last night in Sydney’s inner west and was believed to be fighting for life. The face of Australia is rapidly changing with the latest census finding the population is growing fast, is more diverse and less religious. Passport chaos which has left travellers in all-day queues to pick up documents shoul…
 
Gathering together Ruth Wilson Gilmore’s work from over three decades, Abolition Geography: Essays Toward Liberation (Verso, 2022) presents her singular contribution to the politics of abolition as theorist, researcher, and organizer, offering scholars and activists ways of seeing and doing to help navigate our turbulent present. Edited and introdu…
 
“Stamp duty is the worst tax that any government can have,” says Dominic Perrottet, recently quoted in the ABC. But after talking up stamp duty reform for the past two years, the then NSW Treasurer now Premier Dominic Perrottet’s grand plans ended less with a bang and more with a whimper. The government will allow first home buyers to opt to pay la…
 
Thousands of commuters will be left stranded this week with train services to be slashed ahead of upcoming industrial action by the rail union. The woman who was with slain gangster Bilal Hamze when he was shot dead left Sydney straight after his execution and hasn’t returned, The Daily Telegraph can reveal. Serial pests who have pledged to cause “…
 
None of us need to be told that prices are going up or that interest rates are following. We are clearly now in a period of inflation which may or may not lead to a recession. But what exactly is inflation, why does it occur, how does it relate to interest rates and what if anything can we learn from past inflationary periods?…
 
NSW Police will recruit up to four State of Origin stars – and former NRL champion Sonny Bill Williams – to target the ugly postcode wars in Sydney’s west. A FORMER staffer for Gladys Berejiklian has admitted to sexually abusing two children while he was a teenager. THE Covid-19 vaccine mandate could be lifted for staff at most NSW schools as soon …
 
Today we will be discussing the ongoing violence and civil conflict in Colombia, a country that has been marked by growing tensions between guerilla groups and the national government. Since the 2016 peace plan to ease such tensions and punish the extremist groups, there has been a rise in street protests, violence, and internally displaced individ…
 
While in no way supporting the systemic injustices and disparities of mass incarceration, in Gifts from the Dark: Learning from the Incarceration Experience (Lexington Books, 2021), Joni Schwartz and John Chaney argue that we have much to learn from those who have been and are in prison. Schwartz and Chaney profile the contributions of literary gia…
 
What happened to arts organisations during the pandemic? In The Club on the Edge of Town: A Pandemic Memoir (Salamander Street, 2022), Alan Lane, Artistic Director of SlungLow, a theatre company based in Leeds in the North of England, explores this question by telling the story of the theatre company and the community in 2020. Beginning from the de…
 
Unmasked: Covid, Community, and the Case of Okoboji (Vanderbilt UP, 2022) is the story of what happened in Okoboji, a small Iowan tourist town, when a collective turn from the coronavirus to the economy occurred in the COVID summer of 2020. State political failures, local negotiations among political and public health leaders, and community (dis)be…
 
With me on today’s show is Professor Elizabeth Anker, whose most recent book, Ugly Freedoms (Duke UP, 2022), works to understand how the idea of freedom, seemingly so fundamental to our understanding of the American experience, is often the very concept that allows for the brutal deprivation of the freedom of others. As she writes, “ugly freedom en…
 
This week on Policy, Guns and Money, Brendan Nicholson speaks to Dr Kao Kim Hourn, Cambodia’s Minister delegate attached to the PM for Foreign Affairs and ASEAN. They discuss ASEAN’s stance on the conflict in Ukraine, Australia’s relationship with Cambodia, ASEAN’s stance on Myanmar and the expansion of the Ream naval base. This week, Australia’s D…
 
The market has the cash rate in Australia at 3.6% by year's end, up from the current 0.85%. This would be the sharpest tightening in three decades. RBA Governor Lowe thinks this is unlikely but concedes the market has had a better record than the bank at forecasting rates. So who is right? And can the economy handle it? Plus, iron ore plummets and …
 
BURNT bush is regrowing at twice the normal speed, a former state fire chief says, slashing the time before it is back to being a blaze risk. FORMER deputy premier John Barilaro was not required to seek approval from the parliamentary ethics adviser to take up a $500,000-per-year job because of an obscure clause in the Ministerial Code of Conduct w…
 
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