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Grattan Institute

Grattan Institute

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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.
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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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Credlin

Sky News Australia / NZ

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Join Australia's most sought out political commentator Peta Credlin as she offers her razor sharp political analysis each weeknight.
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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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G'day Sausages

G'day Sausages

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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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Is It On?

BuzzFeed Australia

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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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The Scrutineers

The Australian

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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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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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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 / newpolitics.substack.com / www.newpolitics.com.au
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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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Unlock the complexities of Australian politics with 'Politics Done Differently' – the ultimate guide to understanding and engaging in democracy Down Under! From insightful analysis to thought-provoking discussions, we make politics accessible to all, challenging norms and amplifying diverse voices along the way. Join your host, Caterina Sullivan, as she seeks out expert insight from politicians around the country about the ever-evolving landscape of Australian politics. Tune in now!
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The Westminster Tradition

The Westminster Tradition

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Unpacking lessons for the public service, starting with the Robodebt Royal Commission. In 2019, after three years, Robodebt was found to be unlawful. The Royal Commission process found it was also immoral and wildly inaccurate. Ultimately the Australian Government was forced to pay $1.8bn back to more than 470,000 Australians. In this podcast we dive deep into public policy failures like Robodebt and the British Post Office scandal - how they start, why they're hard to stop, and the public s ...
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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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The Dismal Science

The Australian Institute of Company Directors

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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.
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The Australian Public Service (APS) plays a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and priorities for the future. Every fortnight on ‘Work with Purpose’, we will talk to key individuals from inside the APS, giving listeners a unique perspective on how the APS works and how it serves the Australian community. Work with Purpose is produced in a partnership between contentgroup and IPAA ACT, with the support of the APS Commission. Follow Wor ...
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Let's Go To Court!

Let's Go To Court!

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The Let’s Go To Court podcast brings together two of the greatest legal minds of our time. Just kidding. We’re your hosts Kristin Caruso and Brandi Pond. 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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If you would like attend one of our events please refer to our website www.social policyconnections.com.au. Please feel free to subscribe to our podcast via itunes or via an RSS feed located on our website’s home page, as we will be publishing podcast regularly, free of charge.
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The Carrick Ryan Podcast is a show containing the recorded spontaneous utterances from a former a Federal Agent working in Counter Terrorism turned political blogger. It is a project aimed at raising the level of discourse and political engagement in Australia that has built a community on social media. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Mike and his invited guests discuss politics and issues that affect us today and into the future. Mike speaks for all Aussies who want to live free of government interference, under a fair and just political system of laws governed by our Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1901 and English Common Law.
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Beyond the Farm Gate is a show where we shine a light on great Australian stories in agriculture. On the show, you'll hear from farmers who've survived challenges like fire, flood, and drought; farmers who run innovative and unique agribusinesses; and farmers who are balancing work and family in rural Australia. You'll be inspired hearing their stories, and pick up some insights along the way. Produced by Rural Bank.
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The official podcast from the award-eligible The Weekly Hour, Australia's favourite* broadcaster. A good sketch show with funny songs about politics and current affairs. Does not go for an hour. *not true
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What is the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum all about? Where did the key ideas come from? What it could do for Indigenous Australians, and how it might help or hinder organisations working to close the gap? Fran Kelly and Quandamooka woman Carly Williams will cut through the noise surrounding the upcoming referendum in this new podcast, and give you the information you need when it's time to vote.
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The Ray Hadley Morning Show brings you the latest news, sport, traffic and weather, with hard-hitting political interviews and commentary every weekday from 9am-12pm. You can find the full show podcast and other highlights from the program right here.
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In this episode, we go into the heart of Australia's current political storm surrounding asylum seekers and border protection. Join us as we unpack the maniacal rhetoric of Peter Dutton and the Liberal Party, who have spared no effort in amplifying the arrival of 43 asylum seekers from India, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan in Beagle Bay, Western Australia…
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Daniel Hurst, Guardian Australia’s foreign affairs and defence correspondent, speaks to minister for defence industry Pat Conroy about the Albanese government’s decision on Tuesday to increase naval funding, following advice that the country’s warships were too old and not suited for strategic threats. Minister Conroy also discusses the treaty with…
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Welcome to a groundbreaking journey through the dynamic landscape of Australian politics as we proudly unveil Season 2 of "Politics Done Differently"! Embark on an immersive adventure where political intrigue meets accessibility, and together, we redefine the discourse surrounding Australia's democracy.In our latest season, we're poised to delve ev…
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Queensland public servants who were stood down or sacked after refusing to comply with Covid-19 vaccine mandates could be back to work and seek compensation following a landmark legal win by a group of police officers and paramedics. Victorian firefighters and communities are bracing for “one of the most dangerous fire days” in recent years, with t…
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Opium had long been used sparingly in India and China as a valuable and useful medicine. When Britain's dependency on Chinese tea created a balance of trade problem, the East India company turbo-charged the opium industry and found an infinitely expanding market for opium in China. Guest: Amitav Ghosh, author of Smoke and Ashes: Opiums Hidden Histo…
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Mark and Marija discuss Scott Morrison's exit from politics, before housing affordability campaigner Maiy Azize joins us to propose solutions to Australia's housing crisis. Will Australia's political leaders have the ambition and ability to sell substantial housing policy changes to the public? What might a fairer system look like? And how will Sco…
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Ray Hadley has criticised lenient legal outcome for Zach Phillips, who engaged in violent behavior towards his ex-girlfriend, ramming her car and engaging in threatening conduct. The man received an 18-month, 14-month and 12-month intensive corrections orders on the charges, raising questions as to the protection of women. See omnystudio.com/listen…
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The Albanese government has been urged to intervene to stop a Palestinian activist who took part in a series of aeroplane hijackings in 1969 and 1970 from speaking at a Perth conference on “ecosocialism” in June. A man and a woman have been shot at in an underground carpark in Adelaide’s inner south, sparking a police hunt for the suspect. A drug b…
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Hugh Dawson is a young agriculturalist whose love of the industry has taken him all over Australia. Hugh grew up on his family’s farm in South Australia, but after high school, he found himself as the Head Stockman on a 2.6 million acre station in the Northern Territory. In this episode, Hugh shares his journey to the Northern Territory, the lesson…
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Belly or oriental dancing can be traced back to the Ottoman empire, when it was performed by both women and men. Even now, it’s not uncommon to see men wiggling their hips in private, at weddings or other family functions. However, public performances have really been the domain of women until recently. Now male belly dancing is enjoying a comeback…
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Journalist and former LNL correspondent Margo Kingston returns to reflect on how the rise of Pauline Hanson's One Nation in the late 1990's ultimately led to the split in the Coalition which has now manifested as the number of Teals and other independents in the Australian parliament. She also looks at the poltical influence of "Advance" and what e…
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Andrew "Twiggy" Forrest has challenged political parties to step up their action on renewables, telling them to stop "bickering", but what's in it for him? How much will it cost to bring in the necessary reforms to higher education? And why cost-of-living is the only issue that counts in the Dunkley by-election, despite Advances attempts persuade v…
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LUKAS COCH/AAP The government has released its Universities Accord report, produced by a committee chaired by Mary O'Kane, a former vice-chancellor at the University of Adelaide. The recommendations will be considered by the Minister for Education, Jason Clare and the government over the coming months, although Clare has given a few hints about wha…
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Rents keep going up and up, and it doesn't seem like a reprieve is coming any time soon. The Reserve Bank has indicated that rent inflation is likely to remain high over the year ahead, before easing gradually. But with a federal election looming on the horizon, the government will be looking for answers, and fast.Listen to housing experts, Joey Mo…
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Ben was joined by Stewart Jackson from the University of Sydney and Tasmanian political scientist Mike Lester to preview next month's Tasmanian state election. We discuss the widening field of independent candidates, political events in the last term and the issues around the 25-member House that led to the expansion of the Parliament. We also brie…
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Trigger warning: This podcast discusses topics related to war and warfare, which some listeners might find distressing. If you need someone to speak with, do not hesitate to contact Beyond Blue’s 24-hour support via 1300 22 4636. As AI continues to evolve, its application in defence raises critical ethical questions. Ensuring the responsible integr…
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Lucy, Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: Americans driving their truth, giving a horse a friend, navigating the world as an introvert, one fateful lizard bite, introducing Mr Nangs, and Headline News.***Support our show and get exclusive bonus episodes by subscribing on Patreon: www.patreon.com/BoontaVista***Email the show at mailbag@boontavista.com!…
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Sky News host, Sharri Markson, has raised concerns about the Albanese government granting a visa to a Palestinian with alleged sympathies to a terrorist organization, emphasising the need for more rigorous security checks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By 2GB
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The “bodies in the barrels” serial murders accomplice will be able to eat at cafes, shop, travel on public transport and access Centrelink now he has parole – but will be tracked at all times. Spin king Shane Warne has been credited with giving the gift of life in the wake of his shock fatal heart attack. A father has admitted shooting a defenceles…
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In the Middle Ages, the rich were expected to use their fortunes as ‘private barns of money’, helping local communities through plague, famine or war. Economic historian Guido Alfani asks whether 21st-century billionaires have a moral duty to contribute to the common good.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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A political storm has broken out, after a boat with 40 asylum seekers landed in a remote section of the WA Coast. Opposition leader Peter Dutton has criticised the Government for being weak on border security, while the Prime Minster accused the Opposition leader of acting like a "cheer squad for people smugglers." And there's been a push for rando…
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It's Freemium Freebruary! We generously unlock our bonus episodes for the shortest month of the year so you can get a taste of the good life. Subscribe if you like it, maybe?***Theo, Andrew, and Ben bring you: The Dutch victim of a boar hunt gone wrong, a Mothman with a hobby, the playful teasing of a great ape, the rigorous requirements of a fishi…
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Queensland’s more than 600,000 landlords have been warned they could face criminal charges if they ignore tough smoke alarm laws after the owner of the Russell Island home that burnt to the ground killing six people was charged. Sydney Police allege a man strangled a woman and child to death inside a martial arts studio in North Parramatta before h…
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Jason Young called his sister-in-law in a panic. He told her that he’d been looking on Ebay for a purse to buy for his wife Michelle. Like a dummy, he’d printed out a few of the purses he’d been eyeballing, and then he’d left the papers in the printer and gone out of town for a business trip. He worried that Michelle would spot the printouts and ru…
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The new film Damage is the story of an Iraqi taxi driver Ali, and his elderly passenger Esther. Initially suspicious of each other they eventually form a bond. Filmmaker Madeleine Blackwell cast Ali Al Jenabi as the taxi driver after seeing him at a writers festival. Guests: Damage director Madeleine Blackwell and actor Ali Al Jenabi…
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