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A lull in politics gives us some time to assess how the political parties are travelling, and since the May election result, most of the focus how been placed on the Coalition – the messages that it can take from their election loss and how they can become a better political party and return to office at some point in the near future. But what are …
 
Australia’s environment and water minister, Tanya Plibersek, talks to Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, about how Labor will decide which mines get approval and which don’t, whether or not the Albanese Labor government will institute a climate trigger — and how do we prepare for an eventual drought in Australia?…
 
Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, is joined by the executive director of Essential Media, Peter Lewis, and deputy director of the Australia Institute, Ebony Bennett, to analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll and discuss how the country has reacted to the Labor government’s push to enshrine an Indigenous voice in the const…
 
The details for the Voice To Parliament have been released by the Prime Minister, and it’s three simple changes to the Constitution, but already, conservatives are circling the wagons and claiming that that it’s a document that has kept Australia safe since 1901 and is too precious to change. But it’s an exclusionary document; it was founded on a r…
 
After a week of debate and negotiation, the government has managed to pass its climate legislation. Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, speaks to the federal minister for climate change and energy, Chris Bowen, about the future changes needed to combat climate change and how the Coalition’s political strategy shows they have le…
 
The 47th Parliament has commenced and the new Labor government wants to implement its agenda as soon as possible. After nine years of a Coalition government seemingly unwilling to implement anything meaningful, it’s a shock to the body politic to see new leaders wanting to do things, rather than applying the dark arts of politics to spin, diffuse, …
 
Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, is joined by the executive director of Essential Media, Peter Lewis, and deputy director of the Australia Institute, Ebony Bennett, for analysis of the latest Guardian Essential poll and a discussion on voters’ expectations for the new Labor government.…
 
After several months of absence from the national stage, former Prime Minister Scott Morrison made an appearance on a different kind of stage – the pulpit of the Victory Church in Perth, announcing that he still believed in miracles. And that he doesn’t trust in government or the United Nations. As the distance between Morrison’s tenure as prime mi…
 
Felicity Wade from the Labor Environment Action Network joins political editor Katharine Murphy to discuss the group’s view of overhauling Australia’s environment laws – in order to commit to climate action Grassroots push to include climate change in Labor’s revamp of national conservation laws由The Guardian
 
Foreign affairs is still a dominant issue for the Albanese government – and why not – so many relationships to repair after a neglectful nine years of Coalition government which left the Pacific islands behind. The Prime Minister is also putting out the strong message to the world that there is a new government in office and is taking climate chang…
 
Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, is joined by the executive director of Essential Media, Peter Lewis, and deputy editor of the Australia Institute, Ebony Bennett, for analysis of the latest Guardian Essential poll and a discussion on how Labor is projecting its values, domestically and abroad…
 
As the start of federal parliament inches closer, Guardian Australia’s Canberra bureau answers some of your most burning political questions – from Peter Dutton’s move further to the right as opposition leader to what parliament will look like under Anthony Albanese’s leadership. Plus, will we see a federal integrity commission and what is the late…
 
There’s a madness in the media and hard to see when it will stop. The Prime Minister has returned from the recent NATO meeting – which included a visit to Ukraine – and the media wanted to create a false equivalence and criticised Anthony Albanese for spending too much time overseas. Why? Because they criticised former Prime Minister Scott Morrison…
 
Well, that's it! We're out of here. And we're leaving you with one last episode that unfortunately has the worst sound quality since like episode 5. Hopefully it's still listenable and you enjoy hearing me and Zac say goodbye. Huge immense thankyous to all our listeners, friends, supporters, patreons, snackerpals, well-wishers and onlookers, and es…
 
How many political staffers does it take to change a piece of legislation? Independent MPs have been outraged about the Prime Minister’s decision to reduce the number of political advisers from four down to one – which means they will have a total staff of five – and decided to take their outrage directly to the media. But what is the correct numbe…
 
Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy is joined by Richard Denniss, the chief economist at the Australian Institute, and John Remington from Essential Media. Together they analyse the latest Guardian Essential poll and discuss why the Labor government has its work cut out for themselves – if they are to meet their own policy agenda…
 
We're very sad to announce that Auspol Snackpod is coming to an end. We've got a regular news episode for you this week, then next week will be some kind of special finale episode. It's your LAST CHANCE to send us potlucks about news, politics, or memes, or really anything and we'd really love to hear from you so PLEASE record yourself speaking for…
 
The Australian Greens have had their most successful election campaign ever – four seats in the House of Representatives, 12 Senators and 12.25% of the primary vote all across Australia. These are excellent figures and a promising result for progressive politics. But how well will they be able to work with the new Labor Government? To pass their le…
 
We're very excited to have friend, confident, and member of our inner sanctum, Travis on the show! He's a founder of Awesome Black, a First Nations multi-media organisation that "develops original First Nations talent and unique storytelling content across a variety of mediums". Go check out their shows and support the AB Club: https://awesomeblack…
 
The biggest war is not the one in Ukraine – there are no generals in this war, there are no medals to hand out, and it’s possibly a war without end. And, of course, it’s a war that’s been concocted by the mainstream media and the Opposition, mainly to put pressure on the new Labor government. Yes, it’s the energy war, which is a war on public sensi…
 
Welcome back to... season 2? We've taken a hard right turn so we can continue to be critical of SOCIALIST TYRANTS the Australian Labor Party. This week we're serving up... Aperitifs: Price of money going up. Coolibah herb unionist get an incredible win. Clowns CAN legally rub their butt on windows. Positivity Corner: the Murugappan family are back …
 
How much can a new government be held responsible for the mistakes of the previous government? And how much time should this new government be given to resolve all of these problems? Easy answer: if it’s an incoming Labor government, they are cause of all these problems from the moment they are elected, and must resolve these problems within, say, …
 
Political editor Katharine Murphy and newly appointed energy and climate change minister Chris Bowen discuss how he’s working with states and territories to help fix the energy crisis, “meeting and beating” Labor’s 43% emissions reduction target, and dealing with a large Senate crossbench由The Guardian
 
The final assessment is in and the Labor Party has won 77 seats, enough to form government in its own right, without needing the support from the crossbench to pass legislation. But is this the best outcome? The number of crossbenchers has risen to 16 and it would be wise for Labor to engage this substantial group of MPs, and keep that buffer betwe…
 
This week, the Liberal MP Peter Dutton was nominated and elected opposition leader, with the Nationals MP David Littleproud replacing Barnaby Joyce as deputy. Guardian Australia’s political editor, Katharine Murphy, and rural and regional editor , Gabrielle Chan, discusses the two new leaders, their history and how they may go about attempting to r…
 
Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to the Essential director Peter Lewis and The Australia Institute chief economist Richard Denniss in the wake of the federal election result. They assess how accurate polling was, unpack the latest Guardian Essential poll looking at how much support exists for the Albanese government’s pri…
 
Zac's been taken to a black ops site on a small island, so we're releasing last month's bonus episode this week! It's a fun, loose and long one today because we dived as deep as we could into some whacky (or are they??) Australian conspiracy theories. As the basis of our research we used @John_Macgowan's "definitive Australian conspiracy theory ice…
 
The 2022 federal election turned out to be one of the interesting and exciting results in Australian history. Not that you’d get an understanding of this while watching any of the mainstream media coverage on election night: their presentation and analysis of the result was as abysmal as their campaign coverage and, as soon as it became obvious the…
 
We had an election! Not sure if you heard. This episode is in two parts, the first part on Election Day and the second part after the results have come in. It's a loose & fun one where we just shoot the shit. And we also have an extra special Political Pupdate! Support Snackpod financially: www.patreon.com/AuspolSnackpod If you can't or don't want …
 
Anthony Albanese will be the prime minister of Australia, perhaps in minority government with independents who campaigned on climate change, integrity and respect for women, doubling the cross-bench in the lower house. Editor-in-chief Lenore Taylor and political editor Katharine Murphy join Jane Lee to discuss how we got here Do you have 5min to ta…
 
And so, it has come to this. The day of the 2022 federal election. Week 6 of the campaign wasn’t that different to the previous five weeks: an array of announcements from both sides of politics, a campaign launch from the Liberal–National Coalition – held in the final week so they could maximise their funding from the public coffers before they had…
 
Each week of the 2022 federal election campaign, Guardian Australia’s politics team are answering questions from listeners. This week we cover what a new government might do in its first 100 days, the possible makeup of the new Senate and how deals on confidence and supply between independents and a major party could shape up Australia federal elec…
 
In the last few days of Australia’s federal election campaign we’ve seen the polls tighten and Labor’s lead shrink. Guardian Australia political editor Katharine Murphy and the executive director of Essential, Peter Lewis, unpack the Guardian Essential poll. As undecided voters start to make choices about who they will back this weekend, the team l…
 
It's a super special excellent amazing NOT AN ELECTION special episode! We are heartily sick of the boring, reactionary, useless and misguided policies that are being floated, proposed and discussed during this election campaign. So we thought we would reach out to some of our extended Snackpod family who work or volunteer or study or live or care …
 
Scott Morrison must now be rueing his decision to embark on a six-week election campaign, and it appears the longer it continues, the worse his position has become. Week five of the campaign commenced with a leader’s debate which closely resembled a combination of a rugby scrum and an all-out brawl, before the sands of time put an end to proceeding…
 
Each week of the election campaign, Guardian Australia’s politics team answers questions from listeners. This week we cover how minor party preferences will affect the outcome, who are the most talented politicians in the country and the blurring of lines between government grants and election promises…
 
This week we’re serving up… Aperitifs: The government gave a sort of dodgy contract to a fairly dodgy company and also wrote them a nice letter Election Section: Pauline Hanson has ‘ghost candidates’ and a hilarious website, and the News Corp media is bashing the teal independents Positivity Corner: Strikes, strikes, more strikes! Vic & NSW Bus Dri…
 
Four weeks into the campaign and real votes are being cast, with the acceptance of postal votes and the prepoll period commencing soon. In 2019, Labor won the two-party preferred vote – but lost the vote by a wide margin during the prepolling period and, as a result, has reworked it’s campaigning processes and is viewing the 2022 election not just …
 
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