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Fran Kelly

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ABC Radio National

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19 Jul 2017

Michael L'Estrange said the Prime Minister pointed out yesterday a new super Home Affairs ministry had been considered at various times before by government.

But he told RN Breakfast, 'I am not privy to the deliberations on a Home Affairs portfolio'.

He said, however, given his...

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20 Jun 2107

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank speaks to RN Breakfast about the battle between the Donald Trump and the press, "fake" news and the media war for the hearts and minds of Americans.

In the immediate aftermath of last week's shooting of US Republican Congressman Steve Scalise, there...

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07 Jun 2017

Former top US intelligence official, James Clapper, has joined the growing chorus of voices warning of Chinese interference in Australian politics. He's likened Beijing's growing influence to Russia's recent meddling in last year's presidential election.

The controversy has refocussed...

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06 Jun 2017

In the wake of terrorist attacks in London, Manchester — and now Melbourne's shooting and siege — social media and online messaging sites are being called on to do more to crack down on online extremists.

Malcolm Turnbull has joined with British Prime Minister Theresa May in accusing...

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31 May 2017

Some of the biggest players in Australian media will launch a bid today to convince the Senate to pass the federal government's long waited media reform package. In an unprecedented show of industry unity, more than 25 top CEOs from all the major newspaper groups and commercial television and...

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11 May 2017

Prime Ministers have long turned to a big vision when trying to shore up their stocks with voters or their own party. That usually means throwing their support behind big infrastructure projects, like fast trains or second airports.

$75 billion has been committed to infrastructure in the...

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The ACTU is gearing up for a major campaign in the lead up to the next election to change the workplace laws.

The push for stronger worker protections comes as union battles break out on a number of fronts, including over the cuts to both penalty rates and the company tax rate plus the...

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The revelation that internet company TPG is planning to become Australia's fourth main mobile phone company has sent shockwaves through the telecommunications industry.

TPG plans to spend around $1.9 billion to build a new 4G mobile phone network, and the news has sent Telstra's share...

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30 Mar 2017

The chiefs of some of Australia's biggest businesses descended on Parliament House yesterday, urging the government to pass the Coalition's company tax cuts.

The renewed push for lower tax rates for big businesses comes after Parliament passed the so-called Google Tax, a 40% on any...

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28 Mar 2017

Australia's east coast gas crisis has prompted calls from big industrial energy users to set aside some gas for domestic consumers, replicating a policy already in place in Western Australia.

The oil and gas industry is fighting any such move, and has made its opposition clear in the days...