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The best analysis and discussion about Australian politics and #auspol news. Presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis, we look at all the issues the mainstream media wants to cover up, and do the job most journalists avoid: holding power to account. Seriously. / Twitter @NewpoliticsAU / www.patreon.com/newpolitics / www.newpolitics.com.au
 
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Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. They discuss how the majority of Australians continue to support an Indigenous voice to parliament, and the risks opposition leader Peter Dutton might face if he continues to oppose the voice…
 
It’s hard to believe how bad and illegal Robodebt was, but when you have the most incompetent government ever, anything’s possible. There was a massive amount of explosive evidence to come out from the Robodebt Royal Commission this week, with ministers, political staffers and public servants all coming in to show how inept, corrupt and deceptive t…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to prime minister Anthony Albanese about his time in office so far, the Indigenous voice to parliament and the challenges stemming from instability in Europe. Albanese also says it is likely he would have pursued the Aukus defence agreement had Labor been in power during the Morrison era…
 
The Australian media usually stays away from New Zealand politics but News Corporation had a field day when Jacinda Ardern announced her resignation, suggesting all of her instincts were bad, she shut down the engines of economic growth and she was a dreadful Prime Minister who failed. These comments and negative articles were made by male journali…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to the treasurer, Jim Chalmers, about the objectives of a ‘values-based capitalism’ that strengthens democracy, ahead of his upcoming essay for The Monthly. He also responds to this week’s inflation figures and reveals an intention to address entrenched disadvantage in the May budget…
 
Dominic Perrottet claims that he was naïve and didn’t really understand the consequences of his actions of wearing a Nazi costume to his 21st birthday party but, to put this in context, Perrottet is 40 years old, which means his 21st was held in 2003 – and at that time, he was a member of the Young Liberals, he was in his third year of university, …
 
It’s still quite early in the year but already, there’s a big focus on The Voice To Parliament – the Prime Minister has started mapping the timeline for when the referendum might take place – and it could be as early as August this year – the Indigenous Affairs Minister Linda Burney has outlined what the Voice to Parliament will look like and how i…
 
For most of this year, it looked like Scott Morrison and the Liberal–National coaltion was going to lose the election, but because the opinion polls got it so wrong in 2019, very few people were prepared to predict the election result in 2022. But it was obvious that Morrison was going to use the same tactics from 2019 to try and win this election …
 
This year Australia has seen a change of government, the introduction of a large progressive crossbench and a slew of concerns, from the rising cost of living to modern threats against national security. Political editor Katharine Murphy talks to Jane Lee about the Albanese government’s achievements and its biggest challenges going into the new yea…
 
It was a big year in politics and the biggest event was the federal election in May. It wasn't clear who was going to win the election, even though opinion polls were suggesting Labor was going to win. In that first hour after the polls closed on election night, it seemed the Coalition was on track to achieve their second consecutive surprise elect…
 
In the final episode of Australian Politics for 2022, political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to the minister for home affairs and cyber security Clare O’Neil about the strategic challenges for Australia and the region. These include the increased likelihood of cyber-attacks, decreasing trust in democracy and growing risks of foreign interference…
 
The Labor review of the 2022 election has been released, and it’s a much better read than the reviews from the previous three elections which were all lost by the Labor Party. Of course, Labor did win the 2022 election, and while they’ve highlighted all those things that went right for them, they also outlined all the areas they need to improve on …
 
With superannuation assets of Australians totalling over $3tn, political editor Katharine Murphy talks to former Labor minister and trade unionist Greg Combet about how super funds can work with the government to address Australia’s shortage of social and affordable housing – and invest in a transition to renewable energy…
 
The Victoria election was held last weekend and, contrary to what everyone in the media wanted and predicted, it was another crushing defeat for the Liberal Party. It wasn't even close. For the past three months, many in the mainstream media predicted Daniel Andrews had to lose the election; it was going to be very close; there was a surge for the …
 
After a late-night sitting with the industrial relations package and the Territory Rights Bill, David Pocock speaks with political editor Katharine Murphy. They discuss how he makes informed decisions and what he has learnt about the workings of federal politicsKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. Together, they discuss the busy end of the parliamentary term, the party leaders’ approval ratings, and the state of the Liberal party after electoral losses federally and in Victori…
 
Industrial relations are once again in the spotlight, with the mining industry and Qantas joining the Coalition in their attacks on the Labor government’s proposed legislation. And the big sticking points for these large companies is that issue of workers from different companies to collectively negotiate pay rises – but it seems that business just…
 
There’s been a major breakthrough in the diplomatic relationship between Australia and China, with the Australian Prime Minister and Chinese president holding a meeting at the G20 summit in Indonesia. And this is a process initiated by both Anthony Albanese and Xi Jinping – it follows years of hostility from the previous Coalition government direct…
 
Guardian Australia’s political reporters Paul Karp, Amy Remeikis and Josh Butler answer your burning #auspol questions. What is the future for women and conservatives? Should public health be left in the hands of the individual? What would fixed election dates look like?Kirjoittanut The Guardian
 
Guardian Australia political reporter Paul Karp is joined by the executive director of Essential Media, Peter Lewis, and the deputy director of the Australia Institute, Ebony Bennett, for analysis of the latest Guardian Essential poll and a discussion of the industrial relations bill and other Labor government policies Follow our Australia news liv…
 
There’s a lot of issues that are starting to build up in federal politics and with just a few more weeks of sitting days before the end of the year, the Labor government is trying to fit in as much as possible before they all go home for Christmas. And major issue that they’re trying to push through as quickly as possible is their industrial relati…
 
The Budget is all over, and just like many of the previous Budgets, it’s almost disappeared from the news cycle, although there’s still some remnants that are being discussed, and the two big issue s are inflation and tax cuts – the Reserve Bank did raise interest rates during the week, and that’s the seventh consecutive interest rate rise – and th…
 
The second Budget for 2022 has been released, and it’s Labor’s first budget in nine years – it’s a Budget that’s been prepared in very difficult circumstances – there’s a national government debt of almost a trillion dollars – inflation is now running at 7.3% – and there’s a whole lot of demands about what the government should be doing with taxpay…
 
This week, Labor released its first budget in nine years, with the Albanese government touting it as a ‘bread-and-butter affair’. Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to Jim Chalmers about releasing a budget during a cost-of-living crisis and why this budget has everyone talking about energyKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
The floods in eastern Australia have been the focus of political attention over the past week, with major flooding events in Victoria, southern New South Wales and the northern parts of Tasmania – there are parts of Australia that going through their third once-in-a-hundred year flooding event over the past two years, and some areas are getting the…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy talks to Senator Murray Watt, the emergency management minister, after his recent visits to flood-affected states. They discuss the need for a national approach to natural disasters and feedback from farming communities about climate risksKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. They discuss election promises, the stage-three tax cuts and what the Labor government might deliver in its first budgetKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
There have been calls for a parliamentary inquiry into media diversity in Australia, and generally, the behaviour of the mainstream media – and these calls have been made for about 20 years or so. The independent member for Goldstein, Zoe Daniel – and she used to work as a journalist before entering parliament – she currently has a motion in parlia…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy talks to Catherine King, the minister for infrastructure, transport, regional development and local government, about possible plans to review community development grants approved before the recent election and the challenges of developing modern, sustainable infrastructure…
 
The Conservative Political Action Conference rolled into Sydney last week, and it’s an extreme libertarian group who are maniacally angry, loud, abrasive, in-your-face, and filled with endless complaints about everything in their sights. A culture of complaint but without any solutions and without any responsibilities. They’re anti-socialist, anti-…
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy returns to the podcast and is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll. Together, they discuss stage-three tax cuts, demands for privacy law reforms and updates on the integrity commission…
 
The anti-corruption commission is one step closer to reality – the Labor government tabled its Bill in Parliament this week, despite all the claims from conservative media that the Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, was stonewalling the commission and using excuses, such as the death of the British monarch, to withhold the legislation and stymie the…
 
Chief political correspondent Sarah Martin talks to the chair of the government’s Women’s Economic Equality Taskforce, Sam Mostyn, about the barriers women face in economic participation and how federal budgets, policies and social change can lead us towards a fairer AustraliaKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
After a fortnight where most of Anglosphere was preoccupied with the death of a British monarch, life is getting back to normal and to the real things that matter: there’s a Budget coming up soon, and there’s been a hint from the Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, of “substantial temporary taxes” to repair the national figures and start managing the trillion…
 
Guardian political reporter Paul Karp is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll, discuss the effect of Queen Elizabeth’s death on the future of an Australian republic, and look ahead to what the federal budget might contain…
 
Australia lost a head of state last week, and gained a new one, even though nobody voted for King Charles, and nobody was asked about it. And this will keep happening until Australia becomes a republic. The Queen has died, and people can pay their respects if they wish to, but it’s time for Australia to move on with its own future and its own desti…
 
This week, while parliament is suspended, Guardian Australia’s politics team sit down to answer your questions. We cover when the right time is to start talking about a republic, Labor potentially watering down its plans for a federal Icac, along with the government’s ongoing response to CovidKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
The federal government is still feeling the warm inner glow after the Jobs and Skills Summit, which was the first public display of the consensus politics the Prime Minister talked about during the federal election campaign. And getting corporate, union and political leaders together is no mean feat: agreement is the harder part though, and it seem…
 
Chief political correspondent Sarah Martin talks to Andrew Giles, Australian minister for immigration, citizenship and multicultural affairs, about Labor’s plan to improve the system for skilled migration and issues affecting migrants already in the countryKirjoittanut The Guardian
 
Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, Sarah Martin, is joined by Peter Lewis from Essential Media and Ebony Bennett and Bill Brown from the Australia Institute to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll, the week in politics and to unpack the new federal integrity commission How to listen to podcasts: everything you need to know…
 
Robodebt was one of the most disastrous acts of public administration in Australia’s history and the condemnation has arrived from all sides of politics – former Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, Labor, the Australian Greens, the federal court – and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced a Royal Commission into this scheme. All up, it’s a sc…
 
Chief political correspondent Sarah Martin talks to Julie Collins, the federal housing minister, about Labor’s election promise to build 30,000 affordable homes and how she’s working with states and territories to address the social housing shortage Get our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcast…
 
As the rumblings of Scott Morrison’s secret ministers become louder, the Liberal Party – and their friends in the media – are keen to dismiss Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s decision to hold an inquiry into how and why these appointments were ever made. No suitable explanation has been provided by Morrison – or the Governor–General David Hurley –…
 
Chief political correspondent Sarah Martin speaks to industry and science minister, Ed Husic, about how to encourage more innovation in Australia, if industries are ready for the new safeguard mechanism, and how we need to do more to provide affordable gas while we wait for new low emissions technology…
 
Chief political correspondent Sarah Martin is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis and the Australia Institute’s Ebony Bennett to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll on the country’s economy. They also discuss Scott Morrison’s five secret ministries, data on the most popular politicians and what the upcoming jobs summit should accomplish…
 
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