Independence movements in a global era03/30/15
This Big Ideas discussion on separatism interrogates the meaning of sovereignty today.
Government reverses cuts to legal aid
Legal aid services around the country are breathing a bit easier this morning following the announcement by Attorney-General George Brandis that planned cuts to domestic violence and Indigenous legal services will no longer go ahead.
Friday panel: NSW election
Voters in New South Wales go to the polls this weekend and look set to return the Coalition government led by Premier Mike Baird.
Politics with Michelle Grattan
A look at all of the latest developments in federal politics with the Conversation's Michelle Grattan.
Queensland's Chief Justice comes under fire again
Queensland's controversial Chief Justice has again come under attack - this time from one of the state's senior judges.
Security remains the key focus of Nigeria's general election
Nigeria goes to the polls tomorrow in an election focused on security and how to combat the armed group Boko Haram.
Inside Narendra Modi's election campaign
An insider's account of the election campaign of India's Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.
Scotland and the Union; Narendra Modi; East Timor's water
The upcoming British election in May is shaping up to be the most important in decades. Last year's Scottish Referendum vote returned a 'no', but it has nonetheless deeply energised and affected the political and voting landscape. The Scottish...
Two Statesmen lost: Remembering Malcolm Fraser
Both sides of politics have honoured Malcolm Fraser, Australia’s 22nd Prime Minister, who died last week. Robert Manne reflects on his political career.
Two Statesmen lost: The legacy of Lee Kuan Yew
World leaders have paid tribute to Singapore’s founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, who died this week, aged 91. Garry Rodan and Greg Sheridan assess his legacy.
Between The Lines - 2015-03-26
The world this week farewelled two statesmen: Singapore’s founding father Lee Kuan Yew and Australia’s 22nd Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser. Lee, who presided over Singapore’s economic transformation was remembered as a ‘true giant of history’, although...
Government backflips on legal centre funding
The Attorney General George Brandis says he's going to reinstate almost $26 million to community and indigenous legal centres.
Mal Brough on NT politics
Northern Territory's Chief Minister Adam Giles has announced an audit of all agencies that provide services to indigenous communities across Alice Springs and Tennant Creek, in response to the alleged rape of a child earlier this month.
Politics with Alison Carabine
A look at all of the latest developments in federal politics with RN Breakfast's Political Editor Alison Carabine.
NT Government under pressure to remove trespassers in Aboriginal town...
The Northern Territory Government is under pressure to crack down on trespassers who are using Aboriginal town camps because they've got nowhere else to sleep.
Josh Frydenberg agrees shift is underway in LNP to support gay marriage
Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg joins Fran Kelly in our Parliament House studio to discuss the Coalition's dramatically revised approach to budget repair, and the potential for a gay marriage debate in Parliament.
Federal Parliament to investigate the sexual abuse of asylum seekers
The treatment of women and children on Nauru is continuing to cause serious concern, with Federal Parliament set to investigate the sexual abuse of asylum seekers.
NSW Premier Mike Baird on Saturday's state election
The Premier of New South Wales Mike Baird joins RN Breakfast to discuss privatisation plans and coal seam gas before facing the voters for the first time this Saturday.
Politics with Paul Bongiorno
The Ten Network's Paul Bongiorno joins RN Breakfast from our Parliament House studio to discuss the latest developments in politics.
Conflict of interest warnings for investment bankers
According to the latest polling, the New South Wales Coalition Government is on track to win Saturday's election.
- Melbourne, VIC