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Political donations, electoral funding and how they should be regulated. Reforming campaign finance rules is a difficult process in Australia and overseas. But NSW Liberal party premier Mike Baird wants to reform the electoral funding legislation before the 2015 state election.
A discussion about Gough Whitlam's high-stakes 1971 visit to China. As Leader of the Opposition, with an Australian population that feared China and communism, Whitlam took the gamble of trying to establish formal diplomatic relations with the People's Republic.
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Governments are involved in a multi-billion-dollar war against a fast growing super smart breed of new criminal - the hacker, who doesn't even need to live on the same continent to be able to steal from you. So how safe are we from this new...
Is this the last generation of newspaper cartoonists? And more importantly, what will we lose when they are gone? Phillip Adams from Life Matters discusses.
A special global discussion about cartoons and whether they can survive the digital age.
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State elections are often considered as barometers of the national political mood. Latest polls still show Labor winning this week's Victorian state election. Will Victoria's poll be decided on the Abbott government's economic policies?
Brian Costar, Professor of Political Science, Swinburne University...
The release of the inter-generational report has given rise to much talk about inequality and the need for another look at our tax system. It's been five years since the release of the Henry Tax Review, a comprehensive study of our tax and transfer system,...