The Trough-logo

The Trough

News & Politics Podcasts >

More Information

Location:

Australia

Language:

English


Episodes

The Trough for Friday the 24th of March

3/23/2017
More
Today - Turnbull slams Pauline Hanson over calls for Muslim immigration ban, Abbott calls for the Federal Government to keep the Hazelwood power station open and Jacqui Lambie opens up on welfare cuts. Also - this is the final episode from me. At least for now. As I warned, this was always going to be an experiment, and I'm satisfied that it works. But it was also going to be difficult to help pay the bills with this and I simply wont have enough time thanks to the work I'm doing now. If...

Duration:00:08:49

The Trough for Wednesday the 8th of MArch

3/7/2017
More
Today, internal resistance to an Australian version of the Department of Homeland Security, a looming battle over resources taxes and warnings of a looming gas shortage this winter

Duration:00:08:25

The Trough for Tuesday 7th March

3/6/2017
More
Today - More woes in WA, as Pauline Hanson defends her comments on vaccinations. Plus, plans re-emerge for an Australian Department of Homeland Security, while ScoMo praises Victoria's housing affordability plan

Duration:00:10:29

The Trough for Friday the 3rd of MArch

3/2/2017
More
Today – More advice from Abbott, this time on penalty rates, a pay freeze possible for MPs and a government backbencher calls for debate on reserving Australia's gas supplies.

Duration:00:08:53

The Trough for Wednesday 22nd of February

2/21/2017
More
Today – The Israeli Prime Minister touches down in Sydney, amid debate about a two-state solution and Labor considering a Buffett tax for high income earners.

Duration:00:08:28

The Trough Podcast for Thursday the 16th of February

2/15/2017
More
Today – Capital Gain Tax potentially on the chopping block to fix a budget black hole and Nick Xenophon gets the Daily Telegraph treatment as the Federal Government increases the heat on the crossbench over childcare and welfare changes.

Duration:00:08:50

The Trough 14th February 2017

2/13/2017
More
A bid to link welfare savings to the NDIS backfires for the Federal Government, One Nation Preferences causing division within the Coalition and the latest Closing the Gap report shows more work is needed address indigenous disadvantage.

Duration:00:07:44

Welcome to The Trough

2/12/2017
More
Hi, welcome to The Trough. It's your daily bite-sized wrap of all the political news you need to know to start the day. Watch this space

Duration:00:01:04