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We’re for Sydney and New South Wales, every day this podcast gives you the headlines of the day from the Daily Telegraph. You can listen on dailytelegraph.com.au, follow or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts and ask your smart speaker to "play the news from the Daily Telegraph"
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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 ...
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Everything you need to know about Australian public policy. 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, and disability policy.
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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 ...
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Alice Workman and Lane Sainty from BuzzFeed News take you into the corridors of power at Australian Parliament House to dissect the latest goings on in federal politics.
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One hundred years after Australia elected its very first female parliamentarian, journalist Annabel Crabb and comedian Steph Tisdell chart the rise of female politicians in Australian politics and the unbelievable things they got up to along the way.
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Make Australia Cool Again! A podcast on #Auspol by the makers of @GdayPatriots and @Wholesomeshow: @willozap @rodl & @cjjosh. Image by @FionaKatauskas. gdaysausages@gmail.com
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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.
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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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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.
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Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: Dozens of snakes saved, a time assassination thwarted, aggression removed, a wrench thrown, and a dentist-free alternative to dentistry.***You can watch the video of the live show right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3T9I9uWKGDU***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: ww…
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Guardian Australia political editor Karen Middleton speaks with the shadow foreign affairs minister and opposition leader in the Senate, Simon Birmingham. This follows both the visit of Chinese premier Li Qiang and Peter Dutton’s announcement of the Coalition’s seven proposed nuclear sites this week. They discuss the uncertainties and outcomes of t…
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This week, the NSW Treasurer Daniel Mookhey handed down his second budget since Labor took office. At the same time, the NSW government is facing rising inflation and cost of living, increased public sector wage expenditure, and the worst of Australia’s housing crisis. Find out whether the 2024 NSW Budget tackled these key issues - and more - in th…
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In this interview, John speaks with Iain McGilchrist about the differences between the left and right hemispheres of the brain and their impact on our perception and interaction with the world. Iain explains that the left hemisphere focuses on details and immediate tasks, while the right hemisphere maintains a broad, vigilant awareness of the envir…
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A young girl who witnessed her mother’s alleged shooting murder is struggling to process the terrible tragedy, according to those close to the Mackay family. The Bicycle Bandit’s sentencing has been expedited after he expressed an intent to access his voluntary assisted dying kit – but one of his victims, who also has terminal cancer, says he deser…
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Opposition leader Peter Dutton has set up a referendum on energy policy, unveiling the Coalition's long-awaited nuclear plan. And while the Opposition has confirmed the location of the seven proposed sites - which will be tax-payer funded - major details like the pricetag still aren't clear. The Albanese Government has been quick to slam the propos…
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Lukas Coch/AAP After beating a first-term South Australian Liberal government in 2022, Labor premier Peter Malinauskas has gone on to be a reform advocate on issues including social media and politcal donations. His government is looking at a ban on children under 14 accessing social media accounts, with parental consent required for those 14 and 1…
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An eight-year-old boy took an illegal replica assault rifle to a Sydney school, forcing a class into lockdown and sparking a police investigation into how it ended up in the boy’s hands. Elite private schools are exempting poorly performing students from national NAPALN tests in a bid to improve their overall scores, a scathing academic report has …
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Paul Karp, Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, and columnist Peter Lewis discuss what voters think about opposition leader Peter Dutton’s announcement to abandon Australia’s emissions reduction target for 2030. Climate experts have described it as a ‘destructive’ and ‘utterly irresponsible’ move that would breach Australia’s legally…
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Journalist and correspondent Nick Bryant joins Mark Kenny to discuss division in the United States of America. What was it like to be in Washington DC after the 6 January insurrection? How did we misinterpret Trump’s narrative? And what are the roots of the conspiracies, division and polarisation that we see in the United States today? On this epis…
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Dozens of rounds of live ammunition, police uniforms and bulletproof vests are in the hands of criminals after being stolen from cop cars during the Wakeley riot two months ago. Queensland homeowners missing mortgage repayments are at their highest level since the early pandemic, with hundreds of families at risk as $223m worth of home loans go int…
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Former premiership-winning South Australian greyhound trainer Tony Rasmussen has been banned for life and fined a record $220,000 after being found guilty of a string of welfare and integrity charges. The Reserve Bank is set to pave the way for an upcoming interest rate rise when it concludes its board meeting on Tuesday afternoon amid a robust job…
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The federal government's 2030 emissions reduction target is under serious threat. Under the International Paris Agreement, Australia has committed to reduce its emissions to 43 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030. But the government is not currently on track to meet these levels. It's led some members of the Opposition to call for Australia to aband…
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It's our 350th episode! Lucy, Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: A contentious and mysterious hose, tragic nominative determinism, one easy trick to make crime legal, honouring the dead with Jeeps, a failed bear escape, a loose bull in the stands, and the Great American Hall of Name.***Recorded live in Brisbane at Newstead Brewing co on Saturday, Jun…
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Opposition Leader John Pesutto has taken another swipe at the Allan government for failing to condemn union heavyweight John Setka’s savage attack on the AFL. Taxpayers were slugged more than $100,000 for an Australian delegation to attend the funeral of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Opposition Leader David Crisafulli has boldly declared Bris…
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Mick Tsikas/AAP Bill Shorten, the minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), is currently in New York at a United Nations conference on the rights of people with disabilities. At the weekend, he’ll fly to Europe to represent Australia at a summit in Switzerland aimed at finding international consensus on a peace path for the Ukra…
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The political debate has been plunged back into conflict over climate, with Peter Dutton confirming that the Coalition won't set a target for emissions reduction by 2030 before the next election. The Opposition claims Labor can't meet the 43% emissions reduction target by 2030, which was set as part of the Paris Agreement. But Prime Minister Anthon…
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A menacing attack by John Setka on AFL umpiring boss Stephen McBurney that included his image on a spoof “Wanted: Dead or Alive” poster has been slammed by anti-violence campaigners and the state opposition. Youth offenders have injured 137 people in six years by crashing cars they have stolen in aggravated burglaries. A NSW Police officer faked a …
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CFMEU boss John Setka has demanded the AFL sack its umpire boss, former building watchdog Stephen McBurney, or face delays on its league-related projects nationwide. In NSW, Disruption to Sydney’s light rail network for 24-hours on Wednesday could soon extend to the city’s trains and buses, the sector’s union has warned. Taxes on Queenslanders will…
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A former Labor minister has sided with families of Covid victims who feel outraged that Daniel Andrews was given the nation’s highest King’s Birthday honour – as polling shows 95 per cent of people don’t think he deserves it. Premier Steven Miles says today’s state budget will be the “best ever” despite it containing the second-largest deficit in a…
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Lucy, Theo, and Ben bring you: An outbreak of organised golf cart crime in Ontario, the search for the heart of Utah, and the breakfast offerings of Skyline Chilli.***Get tickets to the live show at boontavista.com/live***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BoontaVista***Email the show at mai…
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In this interview, John Anderson speaks with Peter Court and Walter Purio, experts in maritime security, about Australia’s vulnerabilities in shipping logistics and maritime defence. They highlight Australia’s lack of domestically registered international trading ships, leaving the country heavily reliant on foreign vessels. They also examine the e…
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Nine chairman Peter Costello has been captured on video pushing a journalist to the ground at Canberra Airport, after the former federal treasurer refused to answer the reporter’s questions relating to the rolling harassment scandal at the under-siege media company. Four years on from the deaths of Russell Hill and Carol Clay, the couple’s loved on…
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In a moment of bi-partisanship, the Prime Minister and the Opposition leader have condemned the Greens for actions they claim have inflamed pro-Palestine protests. Greens leader Adam Bandt rejected the statements, and has threatened legal action against Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus over comments about the Greens' involvement in pro-Palestinian pro…
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The debate over climate change mostly focuses on how to best to limit emissions in the effort to prevent disastrous global warming. However in a new book, Living Hot, Clive Hamilton and George Wilkenfeld challenge current priorities, arguing rising temperatures can’t be contained fast enough and we need to turn our attention to “adaptation”. Clive …
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An encampment of rough sleepers has sprung up outside the Reserve Bank’s Martin Place offices as hundreds of people sleep on the street in the City of Sydney every night. Taxpayers are forking out $2 million a year to look after a intellectually disabled boy, but his care is still failing so catastrophically he has been the subject of more than 500…
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How does age shape political views? Paul Karp, Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, and columnist Peter Lewis discuss how age effects views on current debates on age restrictions on social media, the age of criminal responsibility and criminalising hate speech. Based on new research on artificial intelligence in different workplaces,…
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Legal and youth justice expert Faith Gordon joins Mark Kenny to discuss young people, social media and democracy. What should the age of criminal responsibility be? With younger generations becoming more politically engaged, should the voting age be lowered? And how can we make social media safe for young people, without causing civic disengagement…
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Devastated cruise passengers have reacted furiously to the closure of the iconic P&O Australia brand after a 92-year history and the loss of Aussie jobs. Victoria Police is being forced to fund daily operations with more than $100m saved from hundreds of staff vacancies. This is Queensland’s tactical blueprint for Selwyn Cobbo to shock the Blues. A…
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Foreign citizens including New Zealanders and permanent residents from the UK, US, Canada and Pacific island nations will be able to join the Australian Defence Force in a move to tackle the nation’s military recruitment crisis. QLD Treasurer Cameron Dick has left the door open for tax changes on business and industry in next week’s state budget, b…
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Skilled migrants contribute greatly to Australia's prosperity, shaping our diverse society, making us more productive, and boosting Australians' earnings and government's budgets. Points-tested visas account for almost two thirds of all permanent skilled visas issued by Australia over the past decade. These visas allocate points to potential migran…
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