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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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Welcome to this week’s episode of New Politics, where we analyse the latest events in Australian politics, global diplomacy, and the intersection of law and human rights. We dissect the aftermath of the federal budget and the opposition’s budget reply amidst ongoing political machinations, including the contentious topics dominating the political l…
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Guardian Australia’s political editor Karen Middleton speaks with the independent federal member for Indi, Helen Haines – well known for her strong interest against corruption and for transparency in government. When it comes to the transition to renewable energy, Haines is pushing for the government to improve the ways they’re addressing the conce…
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In this episode, we talk to James Newbury, Member for Brighton in the Victorian Legislative Assembly. James is also the Manager of Opposition Business, he Shadow Minister for Planning, the Shadow Minister for the Environment and Climate Change and the Shadow Minister for Equality. During this episode, we discuss a number of topics, including James'…
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, Paul Karp talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media about whether or not voters think that Labor’s third federal budget will make a meaningful difference to their current cost of living, and their assessment of a $300 energy bill rebate. They also discuss public perceptions of Labor’s economic man…
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In this episode of New Politics, we provide an alternative assessment of the 2024 Budget, exploring its reception across various media outlets, economic assessments, and the underlying political machinations. Of course, most of the reactions from major players in the media landscape, including News Corporation, Nine/Fairfax, the ABC and the Guardia…
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In this episode of the Australian Politics podcast, Guardian Australia’s political editor, Karen Middleton, speaks with the treasurer, Jim Chalmers, about whether his third budget can really provide cost-of-living relief without fuelling inflation Exclusive: Labor to run $45m taxpayer-funded Future Made In Australia advertising campaign…
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In this in-depth episode of New Politics, we take a closer look at a series of significant events impacting global politics, human rights, and national economic policies. We begin by examining the escalating student-led pro-Palestine protests that have ignited across major university campuses worldwide, starting from Columbia University and spreadi…
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Guardian Australia’s political editor Karen Middleton speaks with the shadow home affairs minister, James Paterson, about the government’s deportation bill. They also discuss immigration, relations with China and what might happen to home affairs under a Coalition government.Bởi The Guardian
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, Paul Karp, talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media about the current national debate around online safety reform and the spread of violent content on social media platforms in the wake of the alleged stabbing at the Wakeley church and the attack at Bondi Junction as well as the prevention and re…
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In this episode of New Politics, we explore the eternal issue of domestic violence in Australia, exploring the recent headlines and government actions – or lack thereof – that have fueled both media coverage and public discourse. We begin with the No More rally in Canberra, where domestic violence against women and children took centre stage, highl…
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Karen Middleton, Guardian Australia’s political editor, speaks with the minister for communications, Michelle Rowland, about the government’s plan for tackling misogyny online. They also discuss how parents can manage their lack of visibility over what their children are seeing online and the role of public interest journalism…
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Guardian Australia’s political editor Karen Middleton speaks to Sarah Hanson-Young about the government’s legal showdown with Elon Musk’s X platform over violent content online, as well as the renewed focus on gender-based violence in Australia, and corporate greenwashingBởi The Guardian
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In this episode of New Politics, we explore Australia’s remarkable economic ascent, now ranking second among G20 nations, a significant leap from its previous positions. We explore the factors behind this growth and the impact of government policies on this turnaround and while this might be good for the economy, it’s not so good for the community …
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In a deeply impactful week, the latest episode of New Politics discusses the broad range of events that have not only shaken local communities but also stirred international relations. We begin with the tragic attack at Westfield shopping mall in Bondi Junction, Sydney, where six lives were abruptly ended. This horrific incident prompts a wider dis…
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Guardian Australia’s foreign affairs and defence correspondent Daniel Hurst speaks to Ed Husic about how the industry and science minister is making his voice heard on the Israel-Gaza war, as well as the government’s push to support domestic manufacturing and deliver what it calls ‘a future made in Australia’…
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In this new episode of New Politics, we explore the pressing concerns impacting Australians today. Starting with the grocery and supermarkets sector, we analyse the interim report from the Food and Grocery Code Review which highlights the significant power imbalance favouring major supermarkets like Coles, Woolworths, and Aldi. We discuss the impli…
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Political editor Karen Middleton speaks with Coalition spokesperson on foreign affairs, Simon Birmingham, about his party’s strong criticisms of foreign minister Penny Wong’s speech for a two-state solution and the recognition of Palestine as a state. The senator also responds to the announcement of an Australian adviser on the Israel Defense Force…
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent, Paul Karp, talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media about voters’ views on Australia’s housing system. Together they discuss how people are feeling about the role housing plays for Australians and if there are any viable solutions to the crisis on the table…
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In this episode of New Politics, we explore a series of pressing global and domestic issues that have unfolded recently. We start with a development in Gaza, where the killing of Zomi Frankcom, an Australian working for the food charity World Central Kitchen, has sparked international controversy. Initially attributed to Hamas by Israeli forces, ev…
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent Karen Middleton speaks to foreign minister Penny Wong after Australian aid worker Zomi Frankcom was killed – alongside six of her colleagues – in Gaza by an Israeli airstrike on Monday. Wong speaks about Israel prime minister Benjamin Neyanyahu’s response to the attack and how the Australian govern…
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Guardian Australia chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to Peter Lewis from Essential Media about voters’ views on the institutions and guardrails that are the basis for Australian democracy. Together they discuss continued warnings signs for Anthony Albanese, the appetite for electoral reform and the alternatives to news media gatekeepers…
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In this episode, we explore the controversial return of the Religious Discrimination Bill to federal parliament. Once thought to be a relic of the Scott Morrison era, the bill has resurfaced during Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s tenure, fulfilling a promise made during the 2022 federal election campaign. We discuss the implications of allowing r…
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Guardian Australia’s chief political correspondent Paul Karp speaks to the assistant minister for competition, Andrew Leigh about Labor’s plans for reforming grocery prices as the Greens push for greater powers for the ACCC to address the supermarket duopoly. They also discuss national competition policy, wage growth and non-compete clauses for wor…
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In this thought-provoking episode, we look at the recent political and economic developments impacting Australia and the world, starting off with the influence of world-renowned economic thinkers Mariana Mazzucato and Yanis Varoufakis—in Australia at the moment—we explore the shifting economic paradigms of governance, business, and community intere…
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Chief political correspondent Paul Karp speaks to economist and former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis about his new book Technofeudalism and how the fiefdoms of tech firms are heightening geopolitical and economic tensions. They also discuss Australia’s role in between the US and China, the future of Aukus and the upcoming federal budget…
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The best analysis of all the latest events in federal politics, from one of Australia’s top ten podcasts on politics and news commentary. In this compelling episode of New Politics, we delve into the aftermath of the Dunkley byelection, an event that not only highlighted the strategic playbooks of all political parties but also underscored the ever…
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This week, the Albanese government unveiled a plan to pay superannuation on publicly funded paid parental leave. Chief political correspondent Paul Karp talks to social services minister Amanda Rishworth about the effect the plan might have on closing the retirement savings gap. They also discuss cost-of-living relief for those on the lowest income…
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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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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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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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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 reliefBởi 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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