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Best Australian Federal Election podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Australian Federal Election podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Broadcasting balanced and impartial Australian and international news and information in English.
 
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The Tally Room
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The Tally Room is a podcast covering Australian elections, hosted by Ben Raue.
 
Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you
 
Welcome to Nick and Katies social justice warrior happy hour! Enjoy some political correctness gone ridiculous from inner-city raving lunatics. We discuss current events and political issues from a progressive perspective that is pro-animal liberation, anti-racist, pro-feminist, pro-queer, pro-environment and anti-capitalist. Our podcast gives a voice to Left, progressive and anarchist voices and ideas that are neglected in the mainstream media. The show includes discussion, interviews, soun ...
 
Welcome to Nick and Katies social justice warrior happy hour! Enjoy some political correctness gone ridiculous from inner-city raving lunatics. We discuss current events and political issues from a progressive perspective that is pro-animal liberation, anti-racist, pro-feminist, pro-queer, pro-environment and anti-capitalist. Our podcast gives a voice to Left, progressive and anarchist voices and ideas that are neglected in the mainstream media. The show includes discussion, interviews, soun ...
 
The Aussie Expat Podcast by Atlas Wealth Management is a podcast for Aussie expats living overseas who want to learn more about managing their finances as an expat.Atlas Wealth Management is a specialist in providing Australian expat financial advice and planning and has been providing these services to Australian expats in over 28 countries
 
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G'day Sausages
Monthly
 
G'day Patriots takes a look at the 2019 Australian Federal election! Hosts @willozap @rodl & @cjjosh! gdaysausages@gmail.com
 
The best analysis and discussion about Australian politics. Presented by Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis, we go to all the places the mainstream media doesn't want to go.
 
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Off The Record
Monthly
 
Join The Advertiser's award-winning politics team for a fun and lively chat about the week in South Australian politics. Hosted by Greg Barila, with analysis from Daniel Wills, Lauren Novak, Adam Langenberg, Tory Shepherd, Paul Starick, Elizabeth Henson and other senior reporters from the Advertiser newsroom.
 
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Business Matters
Monthly
 
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
 
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Radioactive Show
Monthly+
 
Current news and information on nuclear, peace and energy issues.
 
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Chilean officials leading United Nations climate negotiations in Madrid are appealing to delegates to be flexible after the conference ran into a second extra day.
 
New Zealand police formally identify the first victim of the White Island volcano eruption, the European Union has called on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to vote on a Brexit agreement as soon as possible and in cricket, Australia has the upper hand in the day-night test against New Zealand.
 
Protesters clash with police during demonstrations over the U.K. election result, an out-of-control bushfire continues to threaten homes north of Perth and in cricket, the day-night test between New Zealand and Australia resumes today.
 
We consider the economic and business implications of the Conservatives' resounding UK election win. The BBC's Rob Young is in Derby in the English east Midlands to gauge business reaction there. Also in the programme, after months of negotiations, the US and China announce a preliminary trade agreement. The so-called phase one deal will see bi ...…
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will work to repay the public's trust after his election victory, New Zealand rescuers to return to the White Island volcano to search for two remaining victims and in cricket the day-night Test between New Zealand and Australia to resume today.
 
Boris Johnson's Conservatives have won Britain's election with a result that has prompted Labour's Jeremy Corbyn to declare he will eventually step down as leader.
 
Jetstar workers held protests at staggered times on Friday, forcing cancellations, ahead of more industrial action expected to stretch into next week.
 
New Zealand's military forces were engaged in the highly-dangerous operation to recover the bodies from White Island after authorities faced growing pressure to recover remains.
 
Muslim-majority The Gambia says Myanmar needs to be held accountable for the brutal crimes committed against the Muslim minority group.
 
The COP25 conference's president is urging delegates to be ambitious with their targets, and make compromises for the sake of the environment.
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has admitted climate change is contributing to the bush fires after getting weeks of criticism from around the world.
 
Recovery efforts underway on New Zealand's White Island; Britons head to the polls; in cricket Australia and New Zealand play out their highly-anticipated day-night Test.
 
The board of Westpac faced shareholders at their annual general meeting for the first time since being charged with breaching anti-money laundering laws.
 
A busy weekend ahead with the President's Cup golf tournament,the first cricket test between Australia and NZ, plus football action.
 
Steam and mud are still jetting from the active vents on Whakaari, where seismic activity on the New Zealand island is reported 'a factor of 12' times stronger.
 
Join The Advertiser's award-winning politics team for a fun and lively chat about the week in South Australian politics. Hosted by Greg Barila, with analysis from Daniel Wills, Lauren Novak, Tory Shepherd, Paul Starick, Elizabeth Henson and other senior reporters from the Advertiser newsroom. For information regarding your data privacy, visit a ...…
 
The US safety regulator, the FAA, admits it was a 'mistake' to allow 737 MAX aircraft to continue flying. Analysis after the first crash last year predicted there could be up to 15 crashes over the lifetime of the aircraft, without changes to the design. The Wall Street Journal's Andy Pastor was at the hearing on Capitol Hill and brings us the ...…
 
The Citizenship Amendment Bill seeks to grant Indian nationality to Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Jains, Parsis and Sikhs, who fled Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan - but it excludes Muslims.
 
The climate activist is currently attending the COP25 climate conference in Madrid, where she has criticised governments for misleading their citizens over their climate change measures.
 
All eyes are on Australia's neighbour Papua New Guinea after the people of Bougainville voted overwhelmingly for independence.
 
Thousands of Sydneysiders are demanding urgent climate action from Australia's government following weeks of bushfires along Australia's east coast.
 
Three more Australians confirmed dead following White Island's eruption, Thousands of Sydneysiders demand climate action after weeks of bushfires, In tennis, Ashleigh Barty has been named WTA Player of the Year.
 
This episode is all about the March 2020 election for Brisbane City Council, the most populous council in Australia. Ben is joined by Alexis Pink from 4ZZZ's Pineapple Rebellion to discuss the context and some of the key wards. The Tally Room guide to the Brisbane City Council election Pineapple Rebellion website…
 
Former Afghan war veterans who fled the Invictus Games to seek asylum in Australia are learning to walk again.
 
New national figures show public hospitals are struggling to keep up with the demand for some surgeries and emergency department care.
 
The Federal Opposition has pledged to consult ethnic community leaders across the country in a bid to update its policies on multiculturalism ahead of the next election.
 
At least two churches in California are displaying controversial nativity scenes to represent the plight of refugees through the Christmas story.
 
Migrant mothers leaving their children to seek work overseas is a world-wide phenomenon that deeply affects everyone involved.
 
Representatives from the US, Canada and Mexico have inked their names on the deal to replace NAFTA. The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, promises to modernise trade relations between the countries and has won support from key leaders and workers unions. Jennifer Hillman is a senior fellow for trade and international political ec ...…
 
As the shock of the volcano eruption on White Island in New Zealand continues to reverberate, questions are now being asked about what legal protection framework was in place for tourists.
 
The state becomes just the second in Australia to legalise euthanasia, after Victoria passed legislation in 2017.
 
Thick smoke has descended on Sydney, prompting warnings from health authorities who've described air quality levels as some of the worst they've seen.
 
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison has released the second draft of the controversial religious discrimination bill with some changes.
 
Russia is considering an appeal against the World Anti-Doping Agency's decision to ban the country from all major sporting events for the next four years.
 
One expert says there has been an increase in the number of tourists visiting active volcanoes globally, as part of growing trend for adventure and geological tourism.
 
Over the weekend, at the age of 92, one of the giants of American economic policy and former head of the US central bank Paul Volcker, died at his home in New York. He was perhaps best known for his dramatic hiking of interest rates in the early eighties to fight inflation. We explore his enduring legacy. Meanwhile, shares in Tullow Oil fell as ...…
 
NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says authorities have seen no more signs of life on White Island and don't believe they will find any more survivors.
 
South Korea and the United States are remaining vigilant after North Korea conducted what it has termed a “very important test” at its long-range rocket site.
 
New Zealand police say there's no sign of life on White Island after a volcanic eruption, Authorities brace for dangerous fire conditions in New South Wales, The World Anti-Doping Agency bans Russia from all major sporting events for four years.
 
Welcome to our tenth episode of #Expatchat where we discuss the latest financial issues affecting an #Australianexpat.In today's chat we discuss inheriting property as an Australian expat, recent announcements regarding domicile tests for expats, an update on the Main Residence Exemption and some expat Q&A.If you like the content make sure you ...…
 
Australian National University study finds massive dissatisfaction with democracy and lack of trust with government
 
New Zealand emergency services launched a major search and rescue operation for the tourists caught up in an eruption on White Island
 
The bushfire crisis in NSW has killed more than 2000 koalas and increased the species risk of extinction, a NSW parliamentary inquiry has heard.
 
More children die from brain tumours than leukemia, and health authorities are calling for more research into the killer disease.
 
Most states and territories will be paying less for their power over the next three years, according to forecasts by the Australian Energy Market Commission.
 
The United Kingdom heads to the polls in just days and Northern Ireland seems set for the most unpredictable general election in recent memory.
 
Authorities allowed organisers to hold the rally, one of the biggest in months and the first time the group has been granted permission for a protest since August.
 
Easing weather conditions have helped firefighters control dozens of bushfires burning along Australia’s east coast.
 
Thousands march through Hong Kong to mark the seventh month of pro-democracy protests, Tough fire conditions continue for NSW, The Brisbane Heat defeats the Adelaide Strikers by six wickets.
 
The cricket's in full swing, producing high and low points from a busy sporting weekend.
 
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