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2019 Federal Budget Podcast - Labor's response

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How Australia can regain its manufacturing mojo
In the third of the series of interviews on Australian manufacturing, Craig Milne from the Australian Productivity Council talks with Chris McCormack about why Australia lost its manufacturing mojo, how this has affected individual and collective wealth and what needs to be done to rekindle a viable Australian manufacturing industry.
14:24
June 29, 2020
Australian car manufacturing—What went wrong and can it be revived?
Listen to Craig Milne's podcast regarding  Australian car manufacturing.  To read the related News Weekly article, click on the following link: http://newsweekly.com.au/issue.php?id=548
27:34
June 11, 2020
Gearing up to ditch free-trade policy
To read Craig Milne's article in News Weekly, click on the following link: http://newsweekly.com.au/article.php?id=58971
16:21
May 27, 2020
Hatchet job on Cardinal Pell breached basic principle of fairness
Terri M. Kelleher and Peter Westmore discuss the findings of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse that relate to Cardinal Pell and were recently made public.  Read Peter Westmore's article at http://newsweekly.com.au/article.php?id=59011&s=bDWbcF
10:48
May 13, 2020
Cardinal Pell Appeal
Peter Westmore and Terri Kelleher talk about Cardinal Pell's Appeal. Peter Westmore was present at the Court of Appeal on both days of the hearing. 
24:34
June 7, 2019
2019 Federal Budget Podcast - Labor's response
Peter Westmore talks about Labor's response to the 2019 Federal Budget.
01:53
April 9, 2019
2019 Federal Budget Podcast - Energy
Peter Westmore speaks about the 2019 Federal Budget in relation to energy. 
04:08
April 9, 2019
2019 Federal Budget Podcast - Single Income families and rural Australia
Listen to Peter Westmore speak about the 2019 Federal budget in relation to single income families and rural Australia. 
03:08
April 9, 2019
2019 Federal Budget Podcast - Overview
Listen to Peter Westmore giving an overview of the 2019 Federal Budget.
03:04
April 9, 2019
Issue 3 Nov 2018: LIFE ISSUES - Culture of death lands killer blow on Queensland
On Wednesday October 17, 2018, Queensland became the second Australian state to legalise open-slather abortion and simultaneously remove the conscientious objection of medical practitioners to opt out of referrals for the lethal procedure in an emotional and often personal debate that succeeded 50 votes to 41.
06:23
November 5, 2018
Issue 3 Nov 2018: COVER STORY - What religious freedoms does the Government propose removing?
During the Wentworth by-election campaign, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced his intention to remove protections for the freedoms of faith-based schools to select students in relation to a student’s sexual orientation, that is, their heterosexual or gay or lesbian sexual orientation.
07:06
November 5, 2018
Issue 3 Nov 2018: CLIMATE CHANGE - Good science contradicts IPCC's two-degree panic
The latest report of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) demanding an end to the use of coal for electricity production to stop runaway global warming, is contradicted by reliable scientific studies on the world’s climate.
07:22
November 5, 2018
Issue 3 Nov 2018: NATIONAL AFFAIRS - Regions are in no state to accommodate immigrants
With 85.7 per cent of Aust­ralia’s 2.3 million immigrants between 2006–16 choosing to live in the capital cities, the Federal Coalition Government has flagged a population package to entice or force migrants to live in the regions to ease congestion and infrastructure deficiencies in the cities.
05:56
November 5, 2018
Issue 3 Nov 2018: FREE SPEECH - Are university chiefs growing backbones?
The courageous and outspoken defence of free speech at universities by University of Western Australia chancellor and former High Court Chief Justice Robert French (News Weekly, October 6, 2018) may have helped waken a realisation among his peers that, thanks to the thuggery of some leftist students and staff, universities are losing their reputation as bastions of free inquiry and debate.
07:23
November 5, 2018
Issue 3 Nov 2018: GENDER POLITICS - Inquiry needed into why many kids are identifying as transgender
In the UK, since 2009, there has been an alarming increase in the number of children seeking gender transitioning treatment, indicating a 4000 per cent increase over that time. This has resulted in UK Conservative MP Penny Mordaunt calling for a parliamentary inquiry into the reasons why.
02:45
November 4, 2018
Issue 20 Oct 2018: EDUCATION - Curriculum refinements will not fix schools
The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) announced in mid-September that there would be “refinements” made to the Australian curriculum. The updated national curriculum will bring general capabilities to the fore in classrooms, teaching children skills such as critical thinking, empathy and resilience.
06:51
November 2, 2018
Issue 20 Oct 2018: Banking Royal Commission - Banks' failures are a symptom of social malaise
The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, headed by one of Australia’s most prominent jurists, Ken Hayne, has released its interim report, which shows systematic abuse of financial power by the big four banks and insurance companies.
07:27
November 2, 2018
Issue 20 Oct 2018: EDITORIAL - The state is separating children from families
When Prime Minister Scott Morrison recently tweeted, “we don’t need ‘gender whisperers’ in schools”, he should have been congratulated, not attacked, for alerting parents to how governments are interfering in Australian families.
07:22
November 2, 2018
Issue 20 Oct 2018: COVER STORY - Internal strife at Fortress ABC
It was highly revealing that The Sydney Morning Herald reported on the forced resignation of the ABC chairman under the heading “Politics”, given that the ABC is an organisation whose charter requires it to be independent, accurate and impartial.
06:02
November 1, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: EUTHANASIA - Seeking peace in a poisoned chalice
In November 2017, the Victorian ALP Government of Daniel Andrews passed the Voluntary Assisted Dying Act to make it legal for health professionals to assist a patient on request to kill him or her self, physician-assisted suicide (PAS).
14:14
October 31, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: POWER AND ENERGY SECURITY - Not the moment to hit the snooze button, Australia
In the last edition of News Weekly, Neil Eagle focused on the crisis in water allocation and food security. This time he examines two other areas of national urgency: reliable and affordable power; and energy security.
06:07
October 31, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: NATIONAL AFFAIRS - Drought: just one element in a bigger climate picture
We should thank Bryce Camm (Queensland Country Life, August 8, 2018), Ben Rees (QCL, August 30, 2018), Geoff Edwards (QCL, August 30, 2018) and Peter Westmore (News Weekly, August 25, 2018) for initiating a much-needed and long overdue conversation and rethink about “drought ”.
16:46
October 31, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: COVER STORY - Bank plan a sure bet to build up PNG and our Pacific neighbours
While Canberra is reportedly negotiating with Papua New Guinea for a joint naval facility on Manus Island, Australia could greatly expand investment in its island neighbours by creating a Pacific infrastructure development bank.
06:41
October 31, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: FREEDOM OF SPEECH - Former High Court chief defends free speech on campuses
Former High Court Chief Justice and University of Western Australia (UWA) Chancellor Robert French has mounted a robust confrontation against assaults on free speech on university campuses.
05:22
October 30, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: VICTORIA - Infrastructure fiasco clogs Melbourne roads
Without the beautiful natural location and magnificent beaches of other capital cities around Australia, the people of Melbourne have long consoled themselves that they lived in what was “the world’s most liveable city”. No longer.
07:05
October 30, 2018
Transgender: one shade of grey. Patrick Byrne speaks with Terri Kelleher
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09:16
October 29, 2018
Issue 6 Oct 2018: CANBERRA OBSERVED Ex Lib leaders seldom follow the rule that silence is golden
Beaten former Liberal leaders can be divided between those who go quietly and those who do not.
06:06
October 23, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: CHINA AND AUSTRALIA Paul Monk thunders at kowtowing former pollies
Former Australian Intelligence analyst Paul Monk, in a hard-hitting speech to the Council for the National Interest in Perth, lambasted some of Australia’s leading politicians and public servants in their attitude to the communist regime in Beijing.
07:23
October 23, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: Queensland law will open floodgates to sex-selective abortion
On Wednesday August 22, yet another abortion bill was tabled in Queensland Parliament.
06:36
October 23, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: Queensland life march busts media stereotypes
There was something markedly different about Brisbane’s second March for Life of 2018 – different from any other pro-life march throughout Australia as far back as a millennial such as this writer can remember.
06:50
October 4, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: University of Western Australia blinks again
Hal G.P. Colebatch writes about University of Western Australia denying venues to conservative speakers.
09:49
September 13, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: Solar, wind dependence will add $1300 to power bills, engineers, scientists warn
Here's what you don't get to hear about renewable energy.
08:08
September 13, 2018
Issue 22 Sept 2018: Water, water everywhere, but not for the farmers
Neil Eagle writes about water allocation and food security in his cover story for 22 September 2018 issue of News Weekly.
06:13
September 12, 2018
Death-Dealing Bills Break Out Like Hydra's Heads
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09:36
July 20, 2017
Call For Referendum After Taiwan Court Backs Same-Sex Marriage
Spoken by Chris McCormack Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
06:45
July 11, 2017
Low Job Prospects Keep A Generation At Home
Spoken by Terri Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
08:59
June 29, 2017
Aboriginal Recognition In The Constitution Is No Solution
Spoken by Peter Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
07:12
June 27, 2017
No Heads Roll Despite Quarantine Foul-Ups
Spoken by Terri Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
08:29
June 22, 2017
The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying…Again?
Spoken by Peter Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
11:32
June 21, 2017
Without New Dams In The Basin, We're All Up The Creek
Spoken by Peter Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
15:16
April 28, 2017
Gas And Power Shortages Due To Renewables Obsession
Spoken by Peter Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
07:33
April 28, 2017
French Election May Determine Eurozone Fate
Spoken by Peter Kelleher Please subscribe to our Soundcloud page for updates and notifications. To subscribe to News Weekly, visit: www.newsweekly.com.au
07:09
April 28, 2017
SPECIAL: Prof. Margaret Somerville - Killing As Kindness: Euthanasia and Physician-Assisted Suicide
An address to the Australian Family Association March 26, 2017 Professor Margaret Somerville speaks about the issues around legalising assisted suicide/euthanasia which is being proposed at the moment in Victoria and other states. Margaret Somerville is Samuel Gale professor of law emerita in the faculty of medicine and founding director emerita of the Centre for Medicine, Law and Ethics at McGill University in Montreal Canada where she taught for more than 30 years before returning to Notre Dame University in Sydney last year as professor of bio-ethics in the School of Medicine. She has researched developments regarding euthanasia and end-of-life decision making over 3 decades.
1:02:10
April 6, 2017