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Welcome to The Curb. A show that's all about Culture, Unity, Reviews, and Banter. On this show, you'll find themed episodes under the following banners: Not A Knife - all things culture are encompassed in this monthly episode. Find everything from interviews with people who work at NASA, to discussions about life and music. In short, anything that's... Not a Knife. Round About - this is where you'll find all things political. With round about discussions about what's going on in Australian p ...
 
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Lukas Coch/AAP Chinese official Lijian Zhao’s tweeting an image depicting an Australian soldier holding a knife against a child’s throat and the subsequent angry exchanges is the latest incident in an exceptionally poor year for Australian-Chinese relations. Tensions deepened after Australia’s call for an inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus…
 
We have a fun episode for you this week, with back to back memes, blurst takes, and even blurster takes. We chow down on journalistic integrity, the impossible contradictions of liberalism, Matthias Cormann's bid for the top job at the OECD and plenty of other news. Support the show financially: www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod…
 
This week politics editor Katharine Murphy talks to Victorian frontbencher Clare O’Neil about Labor’s vision for Australia’s workforce. With mounting issues including low wage growth, the gig economy and underpayment, how can the government change policy direction during Covid? What sweeping changes are needed to improve innovation, immigration and…
 
The increase in the compulsory superannuation contribution, legislated to rise next July from 9.5% to 10%, is being fiercely debated following the release of the retirement income report. In this podcast we hear the views of Brendan Coates, Director of the Household Finances Program at the Grattan Institute and Greg Combet, former Labor minister, a…
 
You know how we said we would be "back" to our "usual format"... well, we have good news and bad news on that front. The bad news is, we're not! The good news is, Zac did an excellent interview with activist and academic David Kelly from the Save Public Housing Collective. Apart from the interview this is a reasonably heavy episode. We have some tr…
 
Australian Department of Defence The findings of the inquiry by Justice Paul Brereton into the misconduct – including allegations of murder of non-combatants and mistreatment of prisoners – by Australian special forces in Afghanistan are released on Thursday. Scott Morrison last week warned these findings will be “difficult and hard news” for Austr…
 
We promise we're usually a weekly comedy news round-up show! But Zac's away this week and we hit our patreon goal of 75 patrons, which means we have this extra special Book Report episode for you all! Noon has ready (a significant portion of) the Minister for Government Services and the NDIS, Stuart Robert's book, "In the Footsteps of Jesus". We tr…
 
While the Coalition has been delaying introducing its own federal anti-corruption bill, the independent member for Indi, Helen Haines, has drafted her own bill. Katharine Murphy speaks to her about the differences between the two bills as well as what the culture is like in parliament for women.由The Guardian
 
Lukas Coch/AAP Labor’s Joel Fitzgibbon this week quit the frontbench, ensuring he’ll become even more vocal in his campaign to have Labor’s climate policy move to the centre and the party give greater attention to the working class part of its constituency. Fitzgibbon – who was shadow minister for resources – and climate spokesman Mark Butler have …
 
This week we have another special guest interview, Lia from Slutwalk Melbourne and the Loud Angry and Not Sorry Podcast! She’s on the show to talk about Slutwalk, where it came from, what its aims are, and what this year’s events will look like given the whole, y’know, global plague. We also have our regular show with hot takes, cooked politicians,…
 
This episode we spoke to Lidia Thorpe, Federal Greens Senator for Victoria. With so much going on this week with the Djab Wurrung Embassy, we wanted to ask Lidia about her experience on the ground when the police cleared the camps and tore down the Directions Tree. We also got to hear her thoughts about Treaty, Indigenous deaths in custody, and how…
 
"From whence one can get it, from thence one must take it". It's with this spirit that we're serving up a big plate of weed brownies and discussing the Weed & Death 2020 referenda in New Zealand, and the consequences for recreational cannabis laws in Australia. Plus we have elections in Queensland, the ACT, and Perth, some gross cops, a blurst take…
 
Katharine Murphy speaks to the shadow early childhood education minister, Amanda Rishworth, about Labor’s new promise to overhaul the childcare subsidy system. How would the proposed reform change productivity in the workforce? And will the public support a Medicare-like system for the sector?由The Guardian
 
This week's episode is a fun one - we've got Local Council elections, evil mining corps, a possible Nazi senator, a blurst take from our blurst Prime Minister, several potlucks, and our mains is all about Gladys and Daryl. Support the show: www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod Support Witt Gorrie's fundraiser for trans people in jail: https://au.gofundme…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Liberal MPs Katie Allen and Jason Falinski about Covid’s impact on aged care in Australia and the royal commission findings that the sector is ‘unfit for purpose’. With the pandemic highlighting and exacerbating its problems, how can aged care be transformed in time for the baby boomer surge?…
 
Mick Tsikas/AAP In his budget reply, Anthony Albanese said women have suffered most during the pandemic, but were reduced to a footnote in the budget. He promised a Labor government would undertake a generous reshaping of the childcare subsidy to enable more women to join the workforce or to work more hours. This week, Michelle Grattan talks to Gra…
 
Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy chats with Canberra reporters Daniel Hurst and Paul Karp about Labor’s budget reply. After unveiling three substantial commitments in childcare, energy and manufacturing, Guardian Australia looks at whether the reply will boost Labor’s visibility, and if the Coalition’s flexible budget will be en…
 
Mick Tsikas/AAP With the budget’s expected eye-watering debt and deficit numbers, the question remains whether the huge spending will be enough to fight the coronavirus slump. Minister for Finance Mathias Cormann and Shadow Minister Katy Gallagher joined the podcast to discuss the budget’s entrails. The government has faced criticism for benchmarki…
 
There's just too much dang news to cover! Every single week! Luckily we're serving you up a tasty treat with updates on the covid situation, the climate emergency (and how Australian politicians are trying their darndest to make it worse), racist cops, and with a delicious Main Course from Zac about the Maritime Union of Australia and their recent …
 
After the first presidential debate airs Katharine Murphy talks to Kent Getsinger, the chair of Democrats Abroad in Australia, about how US expats will be voting. Are voters willing to back Joe Biden? Will the reaction from the debate bring in more votes? How has Covid-19 impacted the foreign voting system?…
 
Mick Tsikas/AAP On Tuesday, the 2020 budget will be brought down. It will show a huge deficit for this financial year and massive government spending, aimed at promoting economic recovery and reducing unemployment. In the wake of COVID, the Coalition’s usual preoccupation with “debt and deficit” has become very yesterday. On this week’s Politics po…
 
We're celebrating TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND listens with a Snackpod first: we have a guest host! Joanna Nilson, well known political memelord and co-host of Chronically Fully Sick joins us for the full episode and drops some knowledge about the NDIS. Plus we have all your favourite segments, embarrassing politicians, evil journalists, cringe rentseekers…
 
Katharine Murphy talks to Joel Fitzgibbon, the member for Hunter, about Labor’s stance on climate and fossil fuel industries. They discuss Labor’s response to Scott Morrison’s push for a ‘gas-led recovery’, as well as Anthony Albanese’s potential as the next prime minister由The Guardian
 
Shizuo Kambayashi/AAP On October 17, New Zealanders will head to the polls to vote in a general election and also on referendum questions for the legalisation of cannabis and euthansia. In a head-to-head between two women, Labour’s Jacinda Ardern appears to be heading to a comfortable win against National Judith Collins, who only recently became he…
 
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