Katy Gallagher on the battle to hold the government to account.
Michelle Grattan discusses the finding of Senate estimates with Katy Gallagher
The government has failed to get any electoral “bounce” from last week’s budget, despite it being widely seen as good for the economy, according to Newspoll.
Michelle Grattan discusses the political week that was with Professor Paddy Nixon.
Going forth from this week’s budget, whether a pivot is sharp or not, and what amounts to “austerity”, depend in part on whether you are one of the losers.
A promise to set up a $10 billion Housing Australia Future Fund to build social and affordable housing was the centrepiece of Anthony Albanese’s Thursday night budget reply.
This excessive spending raises serious raise questions about the government’s long-term planning for refugees stuck in limbo.
Simon Birmingham and Jim Chalmers on a big spending budget.
Michelle Grattan discusses the 2021-22 budget with Finance Minister Simon Birmingham and Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s ‘pandemic budget’ is simultaneously an ‘election budget’, writes Michelle Grattan
Josh Frydenberg says he will bring down a “pandemic budget” on Tuesday, warning that despite Australia’s strong recovery, there is “still a great deal of uncertainty out there”.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Associate Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
what should the budget do for women? Jennifer Westacott (BCA) and Michele O'Neil (ACTU)
Michelle Grattan discusses next week's budget with Business Council CEO Jennifer Westacott, and ACTU president Michele O'Neil
The budget is Australia’s State of the Union. It’s the only night of the year the government sets out a program against which it can be held accountable.
Child care in Canada needs a major overhaul to improve working conditions for educators by increasing pay and investing in training and professional development opportunities.