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The failure of NACC and the return of the climate wars

The failure of NACC and the return of the climate wars

In this episode of New Politics, we explore the troubling decision by the National Anti-Corruption Commission to not pursue investigations against six public officials previously involved with the Coalition government’s Robodebt scheme. Despite significant public and political expectations spurred by the scathing findings of the Robodebt Royal ...
The failure of Frydenberg, Shorten’s expensive speechwriting and what’s behind Nature Positive?

The failure of Frydenberg, Shorten’s expensive speechwriting and what’s behind Nature Positive?

In this episode of New Politics, we explore the reasons behind the significant stir within the conservative mainstream media sparked by rumours of former Liberal Party MP Josh Frydenberg’s potential return to federal politics. Once a key figure as the Treasurer and the representative for Kooyong, Frydenberg’s speculated comeback ignited
Lost in the supermarkets, the housing crisis, factchecking the IPA and the war against the new Governor-General

Lost in the supermarkets, the housing crisis, factchecking the IPA and the war against the new Governor-General

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 failure of NACC and the return of the climate wars

The failure of NACC and the return of the climate wars
In this episode of New Politics, we explore the troubling decision by the National Anti-Corruption Commission to not pursue investigations against six public officials previously involved with the Coalition government’s Robodebt scheme. Despite significant public and political expectations spurred by the scathing findings of the Robodebt Royal ...

The failure of Frydenberg, Shorten’s expensive speechwriting and what’s behind Nature Positive?

The failure of Frydenberg, Shorten’s expensive speechwriting and what’s behind Nature Positive?
In this episode of New Politics, we explore the reasons behind the significant stir within the conservative mainstream media sparked by rumours of former Liberal Party MP Josh Frydenberg’s potential return to federal politics. Once a key figure as the Treasurer and the representative for Kooyong, Frydenberg’s speculated comeback ignited

Lost in the supermarkets, the housing crisis, factchecking the IPA and the war against the new Governor-General

Lost in the supermarkets, the housing crisis, factchecking the IPA and the war against the new Governor-General
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