Weatherboard and Iron with Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan

Weatherboard and Iron with Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan

By Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan
Your insight into politics, the bush and the future of regional Australia - hosted by Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan
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#16 - Trent Thorne on the 2011 Live Export Ban

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#16 - Trent Thorne on the 2011 Live Export Ban
This week I talk with Trent Thorne of McCullough Robertson Lawyers about the 2011 live export ban, its effects on NT cattle producers, our trade relationships and the Federal court decision this week of misfeasance by then-Agricultural Minister Joe Ludwig.  Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast too, Weatherboard and Iron. You can do that at weatherboardandiron.com.au
41:09
June 4, 2020
#15 - Tony Abbott on the pandemic and China
On this week's podcast I speak to Tony Abbott about two speeches he gave. One in 2005 on pandemics that predicted a lot of what we now face. The other one he gave on China last year and the threats we now face. A great discussion with an Australian leader that continues to provide great insights for our future. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast too, Weatherboard and Iron. You can do that at weatherboardandiron.com.au
34:27
May 27, 2020
Episode 14 - Matt Canavan and Susan McDonald on dairy, agriculture and Senate inquiries
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. This week, Matt Canavan and Susan McDonald chat about her life before being elected to the Senate in 2019, her push for fairness in the dairy industry, the effects on China's actions on Australia's agriculture industry and the Senate's inquiry to regulation of the Great Barrier Reef.
31:56
May 22, 2020
Episode 13 - Matt Canavan and George Christensen on the pandemic, world trade and China
This week's episode of Weatherboard and Iron is with George Christensen the Federal Member for Dawson.  On George's new podcast, Conservative One, we had a conversation about the implications of the pandemic on world trade and the integration of China in the world economy
45:13
May 11, 2020
Episode 12 - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce on Privacy, Surveillance and COVID
Latest Weatherboard and Iron podcast is up. I talk to Barnaby about privacy, surveillance and the COVIDsafe app. Plus why we must keep our independence from a Chinese government that is attempting to bully others.
30:56
May 1, 2020
Episode 11 - Matt Canavan and Greg Sheridan on the Coronavirus and globalisation
In my latest podcast I talk to Greg Sheridan, the foreign editor for The Australian, about how coronavirus will end globalisation as we know it. We talk about why we need to get back to manufacturing in Australia, and how this will all impact our place in the region.
41:46
April 24, 2020
Episode 10 - Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan discuss COVID-19
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. This week, Weatherboard and Iron discuss the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Barnaby Joyce and Matt Canavan chat about the future spread of the disease, potential lock-downs to regions, and  the banks and payday lenders and the economic response
38:51
March 27, 2020
Episode 9 - Matt Canavan and Zed Seselja discuss the history and future of Canberra
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode Matt Canavan and Assistant Minister for Finance, Charities and Electoral Matters, Senator Zed Seselja, discuss the history and future of Canberra, its growth and the upcoming ACT elections later this year.
28:20
March 20, 2020
Episode 8 - Matt Canavan and James Paterson discuss freedom and liberalism
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - Matt Canavan and Senator James Paterson discuss the background of classical liberalism and how it has framed our modern institutions - James Paterson explains the threats to freedom that are present in our society
32:28
March 16, 2020
Episode 7 - Matt Canavan and Prof. Peter Ridd discuss the Great Barrier Reef
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia.   This week, Weatherboard and Iron hits the road to sit down with marine physicist Peter Ridd to discuss the Great Barrier Reef and the issue of Queensland Labor's new Reef Regulations, ahead of public Senate Inquiry hearings next week.
34:40
March 10, 2020
Episode 6 - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss Senate estimates
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia.  In this episode Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss the week that was in Parliament, including Senate estimates and the revelations from the CSIRO and Department of Environment.
22:55
March 5, 2020
Episode 5 - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss coronavirus and getting more Australians to the regions
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and its impacts on regional communities that lack the infrastructure of major capitals - Barnaby and Matt go in depth on incentivising Australians to live in regional Australia, including ways to improve the tax system to support people living in rural and remote areas
31:25
March 4, 2020
Episode 4 - Barnaby Joyce and Andrew Wilkie discuss Julian Assange
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - Barnaby Joyce sits down with Independent MP Andrew Wilkie, who has just returned from London after meeting with Julian Assange - Barnaby and Andrew discuss the legal issues facing Julian Assange, as he fights an extradition request from the United States - Barnaby explains why the legal fraternity should rally behind Julian Assange as a matter of principle
24:33
February 26, 2020
Episode 3 - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss reforming the Senate
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - Barnaby Joyce explains his proposal to reform the Senate to better represent regional Australia - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss Labor's policy for a net-zero emissions target and the impact it would have on regional communities - Barnaby raises the issue of Julian Assange, as he fights an extradition request from the United States
31:35
February 24, 2020
Episode 2 - Matt Canavan and George Christensen discuss the coal industry
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - George Christensen explains how the issue of coal transformed the political landscape of Central and North Queensland - Matt and George detail why the proposed Collinsville Power Station is so important to keep Australian manufacturing jobs here - Matt Canavan explains why the proposed new coal-fired power station in North Queensland is supported by indigenous traditional owners, and how coal can help Close The Gap
35:06
February 19, 2020
Episode 1 - Matt Canavan and Barnaby Joyce discuss the future of the National Party
Weatherboard and Iron is your insight into politics, the bush, and the future of regional Australia. In this episode: - Barnaby Joyce reveals what went through his mind when he challenged for the leadership of The National Party - Barnaby and Matt discuss Llew O'Brien's decision to leave The National Party - and the broader ramifications for the Liberal National Party - You'll get an insight as to why The National Party is fighting for a coal-fired power station at Collinsville in North Queensland
29:51
February 12, 2020