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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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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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Daniel Hurst, Guardian Australia’s foreign affairs and defence correspondent, speaks to Mike Burgess, the head of Australia’s domestic intelligence agency Asio, about the allegations he made this week that an unnamed former Australian politician was recruited by spies for a foreign regime. They also discuss increased community tensions in Australia…
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In this episode, we explore the latest developments in Australian politics, from ambitious education reforms to the end of an era in disastrous Liberal Party leadership. First up, we unpack the recently released Universities Accord final report by the Labor government, a comprehensive plan aimed at reshaping higher education over the next few decad…
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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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Guardian Australia chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media about voters’ changing perceptions of Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton. They discuss what qualities make for successful opposition leaders and whether Dutton’s stance on issues such as asylum seekers and workplace relations play to his favour.…
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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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In this episode of New Politics, we look at the big week in Canberra, highlighting the continuing issues that have dominated the headlines and the halls of Parliament. Firstly, we examine the incident involving Barnaby Joyce’s public intoxication in Canberra, which reignites discussions on the standards of behaviour expected from public figures. Jo…
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The Greens housing spokesperson Max Chandler-Mather joins chief political correspondent Paul Karp to discuss what he calls ‘a tax system that continues to force house prices up’. Chandler-Mather makes the case for why changes to capital gains tax and negative gearing should go forward and why they would not jeopardise Labor’s electoral position at …
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Chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media on the voter responses to Labor’s changes to the stage-three tax cuts. They also discuss changes to Peter Dutton’s and Anthony Albanese’s approval and disapproval ratings, and the impact (if any) Taylor Swift could have on Australian politics…
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In this episode of New Politics, we look at all the big issues in federal politics as Parliament reconvenes for 2024. The spotlight shines on the contentious Stage 3 tax cuts, a topic that has transcended beyond its decision point and into a prolonged media and Liberal Party campaign, framing it as an unparalleled breach of promise. While this narr…
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Chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to shadow finance minister Jane Hume about why the Coalition won’t stand in the way of Anthony Albanese’s revamped stage-three tax cuts. They also discuss if the Coalition will introduce further tax changes after the next election, as well as electoral reform How to listen to podcasts: everything you ne…
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In our first episode for 2024, we delve into the recent adjustments made by the Labor government to the Stage 3 tax cuts, initially legislated by the Coalition government in 2019. Originally criticised for disproportionately benefiting high-income earners and offering minimal support to lower and middle-income demographics, these tax cuts represent…
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Chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to the treasurer, Jim Chalmers, about the thinking behind the changes to the stage-three tax cuts. They also discuss how the budget will aim to help reduce inflation while also providing further cost of living reliefAv The Guardian
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Chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media on the groups most supportive of tax cuts for low- and middle-income earners. They also discuss changes to Peter Dutton and Anthony Albanese’s approval and disapproval ratings over the summer break. In the aftermath of the Indigenous voice referendum outcome, voters w…
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In our final episode in the summer series, we review Australia Day, also known as Invasion Day, Survival Day and Day of Mourning, First Landing Day, Foundation Day, Anniversary Day, ANA Day… but whatever it’s called, January 26 is a problematic day, most definitely for many Indigenous people, but increasingly for the non-Indigenous community as wel…
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Our summer series continues until our regular schedule commences. This week, Eddy Jokovich and David Lewis review the war against Palestine and the events in Gaza, which began in October and continued throughout November, December, and the new year. It appears unlikely to end anytime soon. Despite global opinions, only the US and Israel can decide …
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The one big issue that persisted throughout 2023 is housing affordability across the board: purchasing, renting, social housing, homelessness, and it seems that the right to shelter is one part of Australian society that has been left behind. Over the past thirty years, a home has morphed from being a place where people live into something that peo…
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Some of the leftover issues from 2023 – in fact, these are leftover issues from the past 40 years – are the behaviour of the mainstream media, a lack of diversity in ownership and political opinion, and declining standards in political reporting. One of our most listened episodes from last year was the discussion with Australian Greens Senator, Sar…
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Join us in this captivating episode of New Politics as we look at the fascinating world of Australian politics, highlighting the key events and figures that shaped the year 2023. In part 2 of our series, our analysis begins with a comprehensive review of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s performance, his soaring popularity in the first half of the …
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In this special year-end episode, we look at the significant political events that shaped politics in 2023. From the highs and lows of governance to the pressing issues that grabbed headlines, join us as we unravel the complexities of Australian politics. Voice to Parliament: We start with an in-depth analysis of the Voice to Parliament initiative,…
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As we approach the end of the year, Guardian Australia’s politics team sits down to answer your questions. They cover dream parliament procedural reforms, the waning moderate pool in the Coalition, how misinformation has impacted political reporting and fairness in reporting on the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East…
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As the curtain falls on another year in federal politics, our latest podcast episode delves into the final dramas that marked the closing sessions of Parliament. At the forefront is the contentious issue of immigration detention, sparked by a High Court decision deeming indefinite detention of asylum seekers and stateless individuals unlawful. The …
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On parliament’s final sitting day for 2023, political editor Katharine Murphy sits down with federal MP and the leader of the Australian Greens, Adam Bandt. They discuss the recent Murray-Darling deals pushed by Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, the ‘water trigger’ policy on gas projects and whether Labor should revisit reforms to negative gearing and ca…
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In this week's episode, of New Politics, we look a the bombshell revelation that over 70 journalists and editors from mainstream media, particularly News Corporation and Nine Media, had trips to Israel sponsored by the Israeli government over the past decade and the Nine Media bans on journalists expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people, a…
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Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis to discuss Albanese’s fall in approval ratings, government performance on cost of living and opinions on the stage-three tax cuts Most voters now disapprove of Anthony Albanese’s performance as PM, Guardian Essential poll finds…
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Welcome to New Politics! In this episode, we explore the recent incident involving the HMAS Toowoomba in the East China Sea and its repercussions on Australian politics. While the details of the incident remain unclear, the aftermath has fueled anti-China rhetoric within the media, providing the Liberal Party with another opportunity to emphasise n…
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In this episode, we unpack the recent High Court ruling that ended indefinite detention, challenges Australia’s immigration policies and the subsequent political storm it has ignited. The decision to release 81 unlawfully detained asylum seekers sparks a broader conversation about the government’s response and potential shifts in immigration legisl…
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, Paul Karp, is joined by Peter Lewis of Essential Media to discuss Anthony Albanese’s falling approval ratings, the changing public perspective on conflict in Israel and Palestine and explore why Australians increasingly want to ‘stay out’ of affairs on the global stage…
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In this episode of New Politics, we explore the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of Australia’s political, economic, and international affairs. First, we discuss Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s successful visit to China, which has played a crucial role in stabilising the Australia–China relationship. We take a closer look at how this relations…
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Join us in this thought-provoking episode as we explore critical issues that are shaping our world, media landscape, and political future. We begin by discussing the recent United Nations vote for a ceasefire and humanitarian truce in Gaza. With 120 countries in favour, the United States’ expected “no” vote, and Australia’s abstention, we dissect t…
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Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to economics writers Shane Wright and Greg Jericho on the pain of rising interest rates, predictions for Tuesday’s RBA meeting and the economic tensions of climate change action Get our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastAv The Guardian
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In this thought-provoking episode, we delve into the latest developments in Australian politics and global affairs. The federal government’s decision to introduce truth in political advertising laws before the next federal election is a big topic, with nearly 90 per cent of the electorate supporting the move. We explore the implications of such law…
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Guardian Australia political editor, Katharine Murphy, talks to the federal opposition’s foreign affairs spokesperson, Simon Birmingham, about Australia’s international alliances, the insecurity that comes with global conflict, and the changing face of the Liberal partyAv The Guardian
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In this episode, we dive deep into the recent Voice to Parliament referendum, an important moment in Australian politics. The referendum, an important step toward recognising First Nations people in the Australian Constitution, has sparked conversations, debates, and reflections across the nation. The referendum results were disappointing for many,…
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Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy talks to Andrew Giles, Australian minister for immigration, citizenship and multicultural affairs. They discuss Labors’ anti-racism strategies, and how social cohesion in Australia is at a tipping point following a bruising referendum, and an escalation of conflict in the Middle East.…
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In the wake of Australia voting no to an Indigenous voice to parliament, the key voice architect Prof Marcia Langton said ‘reconciliation is dead’. Anthony Albanese disagreed, saying ‘tonight is not the end of the road’ as he called for ‘optimism’. Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to Guardian Australia’s editor-in-chief Lenore Taylor, Indigenous affairs e…
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In this episode, we analyse the recent resurgence of war and conflict in Israel and Palestine, tracing its roots to a history of violence and retaliation. We discuss the attacks and mass casualties inflicted by Hamas militants, the subsequent Israeli military response, and the unfortunate one-sided mainstream media coverage on this pressing issue. …
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Misinformation and fear about the Indigenous voice to parliament has been spreading like wildfire. In the first referendum to be held in the age of social media, it’s never been more important – and more difficult – to sort fact from fiction. Now that voting day has finally arrived, here’s Guardian Australia’s political reporter Amy Remeikis factch…
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In this episode of New Politics, we delve into the latest developments in Australian politics and social issues. The Voice to Parliament referendum is in full swing, with just one week remaining until the crucial October 14th deadline. We discuss the fear, division, and misinformation surrounding the campaign, particularly from the No campaign and …
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Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, is joined by Essential Media’s Peter Lewis to discuss the latest Guardian Essential poll Voice referendum explainer; latest voice poll results; help us monitor ads and misinformation How to listen to podcasts: everything you need to knowAv The Guardian
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In this episode, we look at the latest developments in the world of federal politics and the media in Australia. First, we discuss the seismic shift in the media landscape as media mogul Rupert Murdoch steps down from his role as chair of Fox News and News Corporation, passing the role to his son, Lachlan Murdoch. Despite this transition, Rupert Mu…
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Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy talks to prime minister Anthony Albanese about why a yes vote is still possible and how the push for constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples has raised the national conversation around Indigenous rights Voice referendum explainer; latest voice poll results; he…
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