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The Deputy Prime Minister has committed to deliver a Nationals policy position by the end of the week, just days before the Prime Minister's departure for the Glasgow talks.
And Victoria reports 1,749 new local COVID-19 cases amid a new push to vaccinate vulnerable people.
The minutes of the RBA board meeting say that the board "will not increase the cash rate until actual inflation is sustainably within the 2 to 3 per cent target range."
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The ATO can legally raid your bank accounts. Calls are growing for the federal government to legislate a US-style Taxpayer Bill of Rights and to reverse the onus of proof so that people are no longer deemed guilty until they prove themselves innocent.Oleh Nassim Khadem
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The Nationals are yet to endorse a target of net zero by 2050. The Prime Minister wants to take that pledge to the Glasgow summit.
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United States infectious diseases expert Dr. Anthony Fauci is disappointed in Governor Greg Abbott's latest move to ban vaccine mandates in the state of Texas.
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Pope Francis has condemned last week's deadly attacks in Norway, Afghanistan and Britain, expressing closeness to the families of victims.
What makes you trust, or mistrust, your political leaders? Does it come down to how they handle donations or grants? Or is it about how they communicate? Do well-resourced anti-corruption watchdogs make you feel more comfortable about elected officials? Listeners share their thoughts on the best ways and mechanisms for holding politicians and gover…