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The Party Room
Will the march of Millennials change the country?

The Party Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 40:45


Australia's 2021 Census data shows we're a very different country from five years ago. To demystify the Census, Patricia Karvelas and Fran Kelly are joined by Shane Wright, senior economics correspondent for SMH and The Age. Plus, is the Albanese Government's stoush with Independents over staffer funding a smart move?

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Anthony Albanese optimistic about accelerating EU free trade talks

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:31


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says his government's more ambitious action on climate change will help to resume stalled trade negotiations with the European Union.

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
SBS News in Ukrainian - 29/06/2022 - SBS новини українською - 29/06/2022

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 10:42


29/06/2022. The latest news from Australia, Ukraine and from the rest of the world. Anthony Albanese will explain Australia's vision for the Indo-Pacific during a presentation at a NATO public forum in Spain later today. Senator Penny Wong will meet with business leaders in Kuala Lumpur today on the final leg of her trip to Malaysia, before visiting her birthplace of Sabah on the island of Borneo. A survivor says she's happy with the sentence handed down to former Jeffrey Epstein associate, Ghislane Maxwell. Turkey drops its objections to Sweden and Finland joining NATO. Nick Kyrgios' first round Wimbledon win overshadowed by more sideline behaviour... - 29/06/2022. Бюлетень SBS новин українською мовою. Міністерка закордонних справ Австралії продовжує свою подорoж країнами реґіону. Війна в Україні та заклики до світу про допомогу Україні у війні з Росією братів Кличків.  НАТО  - про нових членів. Суди у Британії та США. Теніс. Про це і більше на веб-сторінці SBS Ukrainian...

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Anthony Albanese invitato al vertice NATO di Madrid

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 8:34


Il primo ministro Albanese è in Spagna per il vertice dell'Alleanza Atlantica, dove confermerà l'appoggio da parte australiana alla pace e alla sovranità in Europa.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Former NATO policy head says support for Ukraine "should not just be weapons"

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 9:32


Leaders from the world's seven richest nations have vowed to sustain and intensify sanctions against Russia and support Ukraine for "as long as it takes" during the G7 leaders meeting in Germany.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Labor urged to help 30,000 asylum seekers stay in Australia

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:25


The federal Labor government is being urged to move quickly to give tens of thousands of refugees and asylum seekers a long term home in Australia. The group are known as the 'legacy cohort' and many have already lived in Australia for a decade.

AM
Missiles strike Ukraine as G7 leaders meet

AM

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 20:00


As the leaders of world's top economies meet to discuss the war in Ukraine, Anthony Albanese heads to Europe for NATO talks.

AM full episode
Missiles strike Ukraine as G7 leaders meet

AM full episode

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 20:00


As the leaders of world's top economies meet to discuss the war in Ukraine, Anthony Albanese heads to Europe for NATO talks.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
David Pocock: Crossbench staffing cut by the PM for base political advantage

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 7:44


Anthony Albanese has ignited a furious brawl with the crossbench by slashing their parliamentary staffing allocations from 4 to just 1. Incoming independent Senator David Pocock says it will be very hard to vote for Government bills if he lacks the expert advice to properly scrutinise the legislation.

SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית
Who Is Anthony Albanese ? the 31st Prime Minister of Australia. (Hebrew)

SBS Hebrew - אס בי אס בעברית

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 7:45


Who Is Anthony Albanese ? the 31st Prime Minister of Australia. (Hebrew)

SBS Albanian - SBS Albanian
National Cabinet meets for the first time under Anthony Albanese - Progres brenda Kabinetit Qeveritar. Albanese mbështet indigjenët

SBS Albanian - SBS Albanian

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 4:25


The Prime Minister has concluded his first National Cabinet meeting [[on Friday]], saying it was conducted in "good spirits".  - Kryeministri ka përfunduar takimin e tij të parë të kabinetit kombëtar duke thënë se ai u zhvillua në mënyrë pozitive.

SBS News Updates
AM bulletin 25 June 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:29


Women in the United States lose their constitutional right to an abortion after the Supreme Court overturns a 50-year-old ruling, Anthony Albanese angers crossbench MPs by reducing their staffing levels; and in sport, the West Coast Eagles break a nine-match losing streak in a thriller against the Bombers.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
The Wrap: 'Airbus-Albo', China trade and energy wars

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 21:29


Today's guests discuss Anthony Albanese's travel itinerary, the complexities of trading with China and how the energy war will end.

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目
總理透露新財案究竟會優先處理那些問題?

SBS Cantonese - SBS广东话节目

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:00


總理艾巴尼斯 (Anthony Albanese) 表示,其政府在首份財政預算案中會將托兒、創造新職位和技能以及氣候問題作為優先處理項目

Think Again
Australia's constitutional monarchy and becoming a republic - what are we waiting for?

Think Again

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


The new Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, has re-opened the conversation about Australia becoming a republic, with the appointment of an Assistant Minister for the Republic.Jennifer and Jacques have a look at our current system of constitutional monarchy, and they comment on how different it is to the system we think we have. In our constitution, the monarch (the queen), represented by the Governor General, certainly presides over our government, with ministers (who we vote for) positioned as advisors.The republic can't come too soon!

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
Australia considers joining methane pact

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:24


It's a pact that Barnaby Joyce warned would force farmers to go out and shoot their cows. The new federal Labor government has signalled it's seriously looking at joining an agreement to reduce global methane emissions.

7am
How much do you crossbench, bro?

7am

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 19:25


Australia has a new emissions reduction target. Last week, Anthony Albanese promised the United Nations Australia will cut emissions by 43 per cent of our 2005 levels by 2030. But the Prime Minister wants to turn that target into law by passing it through parliament. Whether he can will come down to the historic new senate crossbench, which was finalised this week. Today, columnist for The Saturday Paper Paul Bongiorno on the battle lines in Australia's new senate. Guest: Columnist for The Saturday Paper, Paul Bongiorno.

Full Story
Labor wants the climate wars to be over, but are they? – with Lenore Taylor

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 22:32


On the night Anthony Albanese was elected, he promised an end to the so-called climate wars. But a looming energy crisis has immediately hit the new Labor government. As a cold winter and the war in Ukraine put strain on the energy grid, we look at the pressures and opportunities facing the new government. In this episode of Full Story, Gabrielle Jackson talks to Lenore Taylor and Mike Ticher about Labor's response to the energy crisis, and the opportunity to have a more intelligent debate about climate action

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 73: The rules-based liberal world order, or whatever, is coming apart at the seams

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:32


A version of this essay has been published at https://swarajyamag.com/world/the-rules-based-liberal-world-order-or-whatever-is-coming-apart-at-the-seamsI don’t know about you, but I have long been a fan of the ‘liberal rules-based international order’, although to be quite honest, I have had only a rather vague idea what it meant. It sounded pretty good, though. I mean, how could any reasonable person be against ‘liberal’, ‘order’, and ‘rules-based’? It is only lately that I have learned this is strictly a marketing moniker.It’s a bit like the Moral Majority, which has a nice ring to it, and made waves as a bunch of fiery literalist Bible-thumpers some years ago. It turned out, alas, that they were neither particularly ‘moral’ and certainly not a ‘majority’.  If I recall correctly some of its brightest stars were found in flagrante delicto, including one fire-and-brimstone preacher who was caught twice in cars with street prostitutes.Just like the ‘Holy Roman Empire’ was neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire.Similarly, the ‘liberal rules-based international order’ is neither liberal, nor rules-based, nor an order. It is essentially a post-World-War-II mechanism to perpetuate the rule of the victors in that conflict, giving them a free pass in world affairs for as long as possible. In particular, it was an arrangement that assumed that the US would remain the paramount global power for the foreseeable future. That ‘order’ almost immediately fell  apart because the Soviets and the Americans started a rivalry for spheres of influence, including the Soviet evangelization of communism. The Americans embraced the Domino Theory and began counter-evangelization of democracy as the antidote to all the evils of society. This ended up in the Cold War, although to be fair, the US did help a number of its allies to prosper. They were mostly white European countries, but also East Asians. Through the power of suggestion (hurrah, New York Times and Hollywood) we have been led to believe that the world is moving steadily towards the triumph of ‘democracy’, which turns out to be a euphemism for a world where Western European/American dominance is written into law.Note how this means the United Nations Security Council has France and Britain, who really don’t deserve to be there; but not Germany and Japan, who do, along with Brazil, South Africa and India. Similarly there is a (written or unwritten?) rule that the World Bank’s President has to be an American. This was followed scrupulously until a South Korean (presumably a friend of America) was given the job in 2012. It is now back to an American.Along the same lines, the IMF’s Managing Director has always been a Western European, with the current incumbent being a Bulgarian former World Bank acting President, with a bit of a chequered past: she was found to have inflated Chinese data to make it look better during her term at the World Bank.Similar stories, I suspect, can be told about all the other major multinational organizations, for instance the WHO which the Chinese have turned into their fiefdom. The Russians, who probably did more to defeat the Germans in WW2 than anybody else, have been denied much of a role. Thank you for reading Shadow Warrior. This post is public so feel free to share it.That old caste system has a ‘First World’ consisting of the US and Western Europe, a ‘Second World’ consisting of the Soviet Union/Russia and Eastern Europe, and a ‘Third World’ consisting of everybody else. There have been some minor changes, such as Japan, South Korea, Singapore and the UAE becoming honorary (but not full-fledged) members of the First World. The other side of the picture is a certain feudalism that this caste system perpetrated, and that has persisted throughout the last 75 years. Feudal First Worlders dominate the serfs of the Third World. Today, First Worlders decry the neo-feudalism of the techno-billionaires, without irony and without recognizing that they continue to apply it to the Third World, most notably India, which has been kept out of the NPT, MTCR, and so forth.And have you noticed that the very term ‘Third World’ has fallen out of favor, to be replaced by the anodyne but meaningless ‘Global South’? This is because the creators of narratives didn’t want to attract unwarranted attention to their straightforward caste system. In this context, let us recall that ‘caste’ itself is a European construct, derived from the Spanish ‘casta’, and applied most intensely to mixed-race people in the Spanish and Portuguese colonies, classifying them based on skin color and thus race. They obfuscate this by conflating it with the Hindu jati system. That is blood libel along the lines of them deeming the Christian Hakencreuz to be the Dharmic Svastika. Thanks for reading Shadow Warrior! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.Of course, the other side of the picture is that the Chinese have crashed this party, and have pretty much jumped into the First World from the Third World. And they are mounting an intense challenge to the so-called ‘rules-based order’, partly by buying up opinion makers, and quite possibly by interfering in US elections in discreet ways: see recent revelations about the theft of US consumer data by Tiktok. This ‘order’ is clearly being challenged by China; but the Ukraine war is also showing how tattered it is, especially as the ‘First World’ struggles to contain nasty inflation and to delink its supply chains from China’s vice-like grip. Ominously, there is increasing political turmoil all over the ‘First World’.In the US, Biden and company are flailing about trying to find a theme that would cover up consumer anger over food and fuel price inflation, shortages (eg baby food and tampons), and rising law and order problems. Paul Krugman even tried to explain that inflation is an (optical) illusion. They have tried, successively, abortion rights, gun control, and now they are falling back on the tried and tested January 6th outrage. None of this is raising Biden’s abysmal ratings going into November’s midterm elections. In Britain, Boris Johnson just barely survived a no-confidence motion; the polls forecasting by-election results are not encouraging to the ruling Tories; inflation is a burning issue, and should reach a crescendo in the winter months with sharp rises in fuel costs. And they have a bruising rail strike as well. In Australia, Scott Morrison was suddenly replaced by Anthony Albanese. To add insult to injury, they have decided to dump the British Queen as Head of State.In Canada, Justin Trudeau’s image took a beating when he showed a dictatorial streak and walked all over the Freedom of Expression of truckers who were mostly protesting over extra-strict covid regulations.In New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern came down from the delirious heights of being the Woke Queen when she was forced to abandon her imperious zero-covid policy; and now she’s boycotting the British Commonwealth, preferring instead to attend a NATO meeting as a guest.The Pacific states are also concerned about China’s security pact with the Solomon Islands.So much for the Five Eyes, the US’s closest allies. Things are not so hot with the second tier of allies, either. In France, Emmanuel Macron was re-elected as President, but voters have punished his party in elections, sharply curtailing his room for maneuver.In Israel, Naftali Bennett’s government has just fallen, and they will go for yet another general election, the 4th in 5 years. Binyamin Netanyahu may yet come back.In the EU in general, and Germany in particular, there is great uneasiness about the US fiat about cutting off Russian energy imports. The EU has bought the vast majority of Russian exports, while the US bullies mostly innocent bystander India which is a minor sinner. And of course Biden is reluctant to chide China over its purchases.All this leads me to believe that the already-moribund so-called ‘liberal rules-based international order’, a thinly-veiled vehicle for US-Western European neo-feudalism, is on its last legs. Francis Fukuyama spoke memorably of the ‘end of history’; in fact it is the ‘end of Atlanticism’ that we are seeing.The future, and indeed the present, is the Indo-Pacific century. India is right to not throw in its lot with the declining West, or the rampaging but shaky China. There is good reason to aspire to be a third pole in a multi-polar world. The end of European and American exceptionalism. The beginning of Indian exceptionalism. No more neo-feudalism, tech or otherwise. 1350 words, June 22, 2022 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Chính phủ Albanese bị thúc giục trong việc hồi hương phụ nữ và trẻ em Úc bị kẹt tại Syria

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:12


Báo cáo viên đặc biệt Liên Hiệp Quốc về chống khủng bố và nhân quyền, đã nêu lên các quan ngại trực tiếp với chính phủ Anthony Albanese, về nhu cầu cần hồi hương phụ nữ và trẻ em Úc bị kẹt trong các trại ở phía bắc Syria. Trong một cuộc phỏng vấn đặc biệt của SBS World News, vị đại diện tiết lộ cuộc thảo luận bắt đầu với tân chính phủ và bà hy vọng sẽ gặp gỡ trong những tuần tới, nhằm kêu gọi chính phủ mới hành động trước việc chính phủ cũ chẳng quan tâm đến việc can thiệp.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Mujeres y niños australianos en infrahumanos campamentos en Siria : La ONU pide a Albanese que los repatríe

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:35


La relatora especial de las Naciones Unidas ha expresado su preocupación al gobierno del primer ministro Anthony Albanese para que repatrie a las mujeres y niños atrapados en campamentos en Siria que viven en situación de “tortura”. Mientras, defensores de solicitantes de asilo, como la organización STARTTS, piden que el gobierno laborista haga más respecto a las visas de protección y el programa de acogida de refugiados.

The Party Room
How collaborative will the Albanese government be?

The Party Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:56


The energy crisis is still looming for the Albanese government, but now they'll work with state leaders on policy. Will the same sense of collaboration be fostered within Federal Parliament, even extended to members of the Opposition? And what can the government do about inflationary pressures, while avoiding a wage price spiral? Patricia Karvelas and Fran Kelly are joined by Karen Middleton,  Chief Political Correspondent at The Saturday Paper.

The Party Room
How collaborative will the Albanese government be?

The Party Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:56


The energy crisis is still looming for the Albanese government, but now they'll work with state leaders on policy. Will the same sense of collaboration be fostered within Federal Parliament, even extended to members of the Opposition? And what can the government do about inflationary pressures, while avoiding a wage price spiral? Patricia Karvelas and Fran Kelly are joined by Karen Middleton,  Chief Political Correspondent at The Saturday Paper.

Politics with Michelle Grattan
Greg Barns on the battle to free Julian Assange

Politics with Michelle Grattan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 14:05


Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, is facing extradition to the United States after this was given the green light by the British Government. Assange faces charges of espionage over the publication of classified information about US actions in the Iraq War. Barrister Greg Barns has worked pro bono on Assagne's case for the last nine years as part of the Australian Assange campaign. Barns argues the Assange issue “goes to fundamental questions like freedom of the press and freedom of speech.” The election of the Albanese government has reignited calls for Australia to do more to try to bring Assange home. “We've certainly been heartened by the approach taken by the new government,” Barns says. “I think Anthony Albanese himself has been committed for some time now in his public statements and certainly been supportive privately of Assange's position. He's made that clear in a number of statements with a theme really that this has gone long enough.” “There has been a marked change in rhetoric on the part of Mr Albanese, but also I think in his very telling statement that he did not want to pursue this matter through megaphone diplomacy, which we respect, because of course you're dealing with Australia's closest ally.” “He wants to do something, but he wants to do it in a way that respects the friendship between Australia and the United States.” On what US President Joe Biden should consider when it comes to the relationship with Australia and the issue of Assange, Barns notes Biden has “given a number of speeches now talking about democracy and the importance of democratic values”. “This is an opportunity to assert those values by saying that freedom of speech and freedom of the press are fundamentally important in a democracy and in the democratic world. And so there are certainly plenty of avenues and plenty of reasons why President Biden might deal with this matter.” “This case has gone on too long. There are fundamental principles at stake and it's time to end it.”

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
SBS Hindi News 22 June 2022: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese rebukes Greens leader Adam Bandt over flag controversy

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 12:06


In this latest SBS Hindi bulletin: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese calls Greens leader Adam Bandt to reconsider his decision to remove the Australian flag from press conferences; The government set to roll out a new vaccine campaign in 32 languages other than English; Bharatiya Janata party-led NDA announces Draupadi Murmu's name as Presidential candidate and more

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
RBA says recession not on the horizon, but reputation damaged

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 7:00


RBA Governor Philip Lowe has warned of inflation hitting 7 per-cent and conceded that the disorderly removal of the yield curve policy in late 2021 caused reputational damage. Independent economist Saul Eslake says the Bank will be looking ahead to an external review of the RBA coming soon.

Politics with Michelle Grattan
On the economy, people smugglers, parliamentary sitting, and Julian Assange

Politics with Michelle Grattan

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 6:26


As well as her interviews with politicians and experts, Politics with Michelle Grattan includes “Word from The Hill”, where she discusses the news with members of The Conversation politics team. Politics editor Amanda Dunn and Michelle discuss Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe's Tuesday statements about the economic outlook. Lowe has again warned of more rate rises, indicating the bank is determined to reduce inflation from a likely 7% at year's end down to the 2-3% target range. But the Governor says he doesn't expect Australia to face a recession. Meanwhile Home Affairs Minister Clare O'Neil has visited Sri Lanka this week amid concerns the people smugglers are looking to test Australia's borders now there's a new government. Australia, which needs Sri Lanka to be as active as possible in stopping boats leaving, has announced $50 million in aid for that country, directed to its food and health needs. With Wikileaks founder Julian Assange facing extradition from Britain to the United States, Anthony Albanese is under pressure to make strong representations to have the Australian freed. Albanese is sympathetic, but whether he can achieve any progress is another matter. The calendar for the new parliament has now been released, showing only four sitting weeks between now and the October budget.

SBS NITV Radio
NITV News 17/06/2022

SBS NITV Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 9:50


Anthony Albanese to hold first national cabinet meeting as prime minister - SBS Chairman among Australians sanctioned by Russia and in AFL Bailey Smith issued a two-match ban for drug use.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Thủ tướng Albanese chủ trì phiên họp nội các quốc gia đầu tiên

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:03


Thủ tướng Anthony Albanese đã chủ trì cuộc họp Nội các Quốc gia đầu tiên của mình [thứ Sáu] với một số tuyên bố quan trọng. Nội các quốc gia đã đồng ý họp bốn lần một năm và ủng hộ việc tiến tới một cuộc trưng cầu dân ý về tiếng nói của thổ dân trước quốc hội. 

The Front
Big squeeze on polluters, and RM Williams goes vegan

The Front

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 13:43


Energy policy is turning into Anthony Albanese's first big test, as he battles to fix a broken system while bringing emissions down. Plus, Australia's richest man has taken over RM Williams and demand is skyrocketing - so how does a boutique bootmaker take on the world?  To find out more about The Front you can link here and for more from the newsroom at The Australian link here or search for The Australian in your app store. This episode of The Front is presented by Claire Harvey, produced by Kristen Amiet, and edited by Tiffany Dimmack and Joshua Burton. The multimedia editor is Lia Tsamoglou, and original music composed by Jasper Leak. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Bosnian - SBS na bosanskom jeziku
First National Cabinet meeting under Anthony Albanese - Prvi susret Nacionalnog kabineta pod vođstvom novog premijera Anthonya Albanesea

SBS Bosnian - SBS na bosanskom jeziku

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 5:58


The first meeting of the National Cabinet in the presence of the premiers of the federal states, the chief ministers of the Territories and the Prime Minister of Australia, Mr. Albanese, was held in a "good mood". Topics included health funding for states, as well as health network reform, immigration - backlog in visa applications and lack of skilled workers, as well as faster implementation of indigenous peoples' Uluru Statement. - Prvi sastanak Nacionalnog kabineta uz prisustvo premijera saveznih država, glavnih ministara teritorija i premijera Australije, gospodina Albanesea, održan je u "dobrom raspoloženju". Teme su bile finansiranje zdravstva za pojedine države, kao i reforma zdravstvene mreže, imigracija - zaostatak u zahtjevima za vize i nedostatak kvalifikovanih radnika, kao i brža implementacija prijedloga autohtonih naroda Uluru Izjava iz Srca.

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்
Skilled migration and visa backlog in focus at Anthony Albanese's first National Cabinet meeting - குடிவருபவர்கள் விண்ணப்பங்களை விரைவாகப் பரிசீலிப்பதற்க

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:55


Australian news bulletin for Friday 17 June 2022. - SBS தமிழ் ஒலிபரப்பின் இன்றைய (வெள்ளிக்கிழமை 17/06/2022) ஆஸ்திரேலியா குறித்த செய்திகள்.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Các nhà lãnh đạo then chốt Liên Âu ủng hộ việc Ukraine gia nhập EU trong khi Nga thêm người Úc vào danh sách cấm vận

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:50


Bốn nhà lãnh đạo quyền lực nhất của Liên Âu đã gặp gỡ Tổng Thống Volodymyr Zelenskyy tại Ukraine và ủng hộ việc xin gia nhập EU của nước nầy. Việc nầy diễn ra khi ông Zelenkyy đạt lời mời Thủ Tướng Úc Anthony Albanese đến viếng thăm nước ông và Nga cấm vận đối với 121 công dân Úc.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

In a week which saw the failure of the energy market amid fears of supply shortfalls and east coast blackouts, how will the government steer through this crisis to a brighter, greener future? Greg Sheridan and Amy Remeikis also discuss the minimum wage rise, Australia's defence policy and the legacy of the Scott Morrison government. Will he be a tough act to follow or has Anthony Albanese got the goods to charm our international friends?

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά
Skilled migration and visa backlog in focus at Anthony Albanese's first National Cabinet - Tι θα γίνει με τις βίζες εργασίας;

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 4:33


The visa backlog must be addressed to allow migration to be harnessed to combat skill shortages plaguing the country, according to Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. Mr Albanese hosted his first National Cabinet meeting on Friday, where state and territory leaders directly raised the issue of fast-tracking targeted migration with him. The migration program is still suffering from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic with visa backlogs placing immense pressure on the Department of Home Affairs. - Η πρώτη συνεδρίαση του Εθνικού Συμβουλίου υπό την προεδρία του νέου ομοσπονδιακού πρωθυπουργού Άνθονι Αλμπανίζι πραγματοποιήθηκε σήμερα στην Καμπέρα. Η συζήτηση επιικεντρώθηκε, μεταξύ άλλων, στα θέματα της ενίσχυσης του τομέα της υγειονομικής περίθαλψης, του αυξανόμενου κόστους ζωής των νοικοκυριών και της έλλειψης προσωπικού. 

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
SBS Hindi News 17 June 2022: Anthony Albanese extends COVID funding arrangement

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:02


In this latest SBS Hindi bulletin: Anthony Albanese extends COVID funding arrangement in first national cabinet meeting as prime minister; SBS Chairman and South Australia Premier among Australians sanctioned by Russia; In India, nationwide violent protests against the Agnipath scheme and more news. 

SBS World News Radio
National Cabinet meets for the first time under Anthony Albanese

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 3:32


The National Cabinet agreed to meet four times a year and supported a move towards a referendum on an Indigenous voice to parliament.

SBS Spanish - SBS en español
Noticias SBS Spanish | 17 junio 2022

SBS Spanish - SBS en español

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:39


Anthony Albanese amplía el acuerdo de financiación de Covid a los hospitales y apela a desatascar las gestiones de las visas en su primera reunión del gabinete nacional como primer ministro. Escucha esta y otras noticias importantes del día.

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano
Clima, il governo Albanese si impegna formalmente ad una più pronunciata riduzione delle emissioni

SBS Italian - SBS in Italiano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:43


A meno di un mese dalla sua elezione, Anthony Albanese ha firmato un documento in seno alla Convenzione delle Nazioni Unite in cui impegna l'Australia ad una riduzione delle emissioni di Co2 del 43% entro il 2030.

SBS News Updates
Midday bulletin 17 June 2022

SBS News Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 5:25


Anthony Albanese extends COVID-19 funding arrangements in his first national cabinet meeting as Prime Minister; SBS Chairman and South Australia Premier among Australians sanctioned by Russia; and in sport, illicit drug use sees Western Bulldogs player Bailey Smith slapped with a two-match ban.

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
SBS News in Ukrainian - 17/06/2022 - SBS новини українською - 17/06/2022

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:25


17/06/2022.  The latest news from Australia, Ukraine and  from the rest of the world. Anthony Albanese is holding his first national cabinet meeting as Prime minister today which is expected to address the energy crisis, the healthcare system, and labour shortages. SBS Chairman George Savvides is among a list of Australians sanctioned by the Russian government in a move which cited what it calls Australia's "Russophobic agenda". Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, has invited Prime Minister Anthony Albanese to Kyiv. More: SBS Ukrainian   - 17/06/2022. Бюлетень SBS новин українською. Перший мітинґ національного Кабінету Міністрів Прем'єр-міністра Австралії -  енерґетика, система охорони здоров'я і нестача робочої сили. Соломонові острови - Австралія. Російські санкції до Глави SBS. Запрошення для пана Е. Албанізі від Президента України. Лідери країн ЄС відвідали Україну.  П. Кітінґ - поміж Прем'єрами НПВ і Вікторії. Про це і більше на веб-сторінці SBS Ukrainian...

7NEWS Australia Podcast
7NEWS Update - Friday June 17, 2022: Energy to headline Albanese's first National Cabinet; toddler dies with COVID

7NEWS Australia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 17:16


The energy crisis will be front of mind when Anthony Albanese holds his first National Cabinet meeting since taking office; a toddler has become the third South Australian child under the age of five to die with COVID; Netball Australia is said to be on the brink of financial collapse, racking up more than $11 million in debts and losses. Presented by Jodie Spears. More news across the day on 7NEWS.com.au and 7Plus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Full Story
Will your wages rise under Labor?

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 18:30


The Fair Work Commission has handed down its decision in the annual wage review, granting a 5.2% increase to the national minimum wage and 4.6% for award minimums. Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to political reporter Paul Karp about what this means for workers and employers, and Labor's broader plan for wages

SBS French - SBS en français
Le journal du 16/06/2022

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 11:59


A la une de l'actualité du jour, Anthony Albanese s'engage auprès de l'ONU à réduire de 43% les émissions carbones d'ici à 2030.

The Party Room
Albanese Government faces huge energy challenge

The Party Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 36:29


Labor claims the east coast energy troubles are the result of the former Coalition government's mismanagement, but will this wash with the electorate? Meanwhile, PM Albanese also has a win on the minimum wage, as big business groups raise inflation fears. Plus, the Party Room explores whether federal political terms should be longer than three years.   Patricia Karvelas and Raf Epstein are joined by David Crowe, Chief Political Correspondent for SMH and The Age.

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
PM dubs electricity market failure an "incredible embarrassment"

RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:11


Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, says the suspension of the National Electricity Market is a direct result of the Coalition Government's policy deadlocks and failure to invest in the grid. He says lessons will be learned from the energy crisis and policy adjustments made where necessary.

Full Story
Home to Biloela

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 27:26


On Friday, the Nadesalingam family returned to their home town of Biloela in central Queensland, after more than four years in immigration detention. During that time the Tamil family became the face of Australia's strict asylum seeker policies. Queensland reporter Eden Gillespie documents the family's return home, and Priya Nadesalingam discusses life after detention

The Planet Today
Australia's new PM, a history of climate skepticism, and the Rupert Murdoch Problem!

The Planet Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 29:22


Matt and Nick first talk about Australia's new Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese. He is from the center-left Labor Party and wants Australia to become a “renewable energy superpower”. Climate change was a key concern of voters, according to the BBC. Australia has a history of climate denial in their politicians similar to that of the United States, so they guys discuss Australia's history and talk about climate skepticism around the world.Finally, they get into one thing that climate skeptics in both Australia and the United States share: a Rupert Murdoch problem.Sources for today's episode:Australia election: Anthony Albanese signals climate policy change - BBC NewsAustralian PM signals stronger ties with Indonesia on security, climate | ReutersAustralia has a problem with climate change denial. The message just isn't getting through | Greg Jericho | The GuardianIs it the end of Australia's climate change wars? | Climate News | Sky NewsWhich country has the most climate skeptics? | World Economic Forum (weforum.org)Will Rupert Murdoch's Australia Climate Rebrand Reach America? | Vanity FairRupert Murdoch doesn't understand climate change basics, and that's a problem | Climate science scepticism and denial | The Guardian

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Political commentators Neale Jones & Tim Hurdle

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 25:10


The Prime Minister has met her new counterpart in Australia, Anthony Albanese, but will anything change over 501 deportees? A new poll shows the pain points for the government - economic pressures and crime, is it time for a Cabinet reshuffle? And then there's the Tauranga by-election. Neale Jones was Chief of Staff to Labour Leader Jacinda Ardern, and prior to that was Chief of Staff to Andrew Little. He is the director of Capital Government Relations. Tim Hurdle is a former National party advisor and was campaign director for National at the 2020 election.