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Audio interview
22 September 2016

49% of respondents to a new Essential poll agree with the proposition that Muslims shouldn't be allowed to settle in Australia.

Audio interview
21 September 2016

Interview with Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister, Nigel Scullion, todiscuss his moves to repair his relationship with the National Congress of First Peoples.

Audio podcast
15 September 2016

Discusses interfaith relations in Papua today, and how civil society groups work to promote peace between faith communities.

Audio program
15 September 2016

Perth is set to become the nation's next capital city with just one metropolitan newspaper.

Audio interview
14 September 2016

Interview with Federal Attorney-General, George Brandis, to discuss his appeal for the ALP to support the plebiscite bill for same-sex marriage.

Audio interview
9 September 2016

The Australian Bar Association says legal aid is in crisis, but it's unlikely federal or state governments will commit extra funds, so it's time to take another approach.

Audio program
7 September 2016

A new coalition of family violence experts is warning that while police training is improving, more than half of the support workers for victims of violence have no formal training.

Audio program
7 September 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says the latest call to arms by the so-called Islamic State group should be taken seriously, despite Victorian police dismissing it as propaganda.

Audio interview
7 September 2016

Interview with Philippe Legrain, a former advisor to the President of the European Commission, to discuss his argument that investing in refugees would reap an economic dividend of double the...

Audio interview
6 September 2016

Interview with US politics and media expert, Shanto Iyengar, to discuss how the press has reported on the current US presidential election campaign.