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Politics podcast: Anna Krien on the climate wars

Politics podcast: Anna Krien on the climate wars

AAP/Black Inc Books Melbourne-born author Anna Krien’s latest Quarterly Essay explores the debates on climate change policy in Australia and the ecological effects of not acting. She interviewed farmers, scientists, Indigenous groups, and activists from Bowen to Port...
Terrorism’s footprint on our politics

Terrorism’s footprint on our politics

Malcolm Turnbull has changed his tone on terrorism to meet the pressures of an anxious Australia. Mick Tsikas/AAP We are constantly told that the terrorists can’t be allowed to win, or change our way of life. So – as Friday’s Council of Australian Governments...
Politics podcast: Matt Canavan on Adani

Politics podcast: Matt Canavan on Adani

Mick Tsikas/AAP The Coalition has backed the Adani Carmichael coal mine but there’s debate about assistance for the project, and argument about the jobs it would create in the region. Resources Minister Matt Canavan argues there’s a role for the government to invest...
Politics podcast: Andrew Giles on schools funding

Politics podcast: Andrew Giles on schools funding

original The shadow assistant minister for schools, Andrew Giles, says the strong opposition from Catholic schools to the government’s education package is because they were given “almost no notice” of the funding changes. “What’s different in the Catholic system from...
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