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After SSM, what’s next for Labor?

Hatch reporter Tom Livingstone asked Tanya Plibersek about the Battle for Bennelong and what’s next for marriage equality.

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The power of journalism: Quentin Dempster

When it comes to understanding the inner workings of Australian politics, and the media’s role in reporting it, there’s few who know better than Quentin Dempster.

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Are Aussies disenchanted with our political system?

An esteemed panel of media personalities gave their thoughts on Australia’s growing disenchantment with the Federal government, and the country’s political system as a whole, at an event in central Melbourne this week.

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Annabel Crabb serves up a journalistic feast

She is one of the busiest and best-known women in Australian journalism, juggling her many media commitments with a seemingly never-ending stream of side projects involving politics, books, recipes and an increasingly popular podcast that somehow manages to encapsulate it all.

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Opinion: The complication of simple change

Change has become a fad for the masses who masquerade online as ‘good people’ while not actually doing anything good, writes Phil Logan.

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Michael Dukakis: Australians should hold Trump accountable

Michael Dukakis spoke candidly to journalism students at Macleay College last week Wednesday as part of the lecture series: Reporting in the age of Trump. Governor Dukakis contested the 1988 US presidential election where he lost in a landslide to

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Dukakis to Australia: spirit of alliance means standing up to Trump

Former White House candidate Michael Dukakis has painted a bold new role for Australia in its long-standing alliance with the US: keeping a check on an erratic Trump presidency by telling him when he screws up.

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Political junkee says diversity is key

Having a genuine passion for something other than journalism can be the best asset for your reporting career, says Junkee’s Osman Faruqi.

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The kids aren’t all right (politically, anyway)

First there was the Australian election, then there was Brexit and most recently President-elect Trump. Thanks for nothing, Millennials.

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