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China’s Premier visits Australia, the first time in seven years

China’s Premier will attend talks with businesses and Government officials during a visit to Australia’s Parliament House.

Australia's major parties are warring over 2030 climate targets.
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Political leaders are debating Australia’s 2030 climate target

Debate has sparked over Australia’s 2030 climate target, as the Opposition Leader says 43% emissions reduction isn’t achievable.

The Government plans to introduce harsher penalties for hate speech in draft laws.
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The Government is set to introduce harsher hate speech laws

The Government plans to introduce harsher penalties for hate speech, as it drafts laws amid a rise of antisemitism and Islamophobia.

Papua New Guinea is hoping to become the 18th team in the NRL competition, as talks between the league and government look towards a deal.
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Is Papua New Guinea joining the NRL?

Papua New Guinea is hoping to become the 18th team in the NRL competition, as talks between the league and government look towards a deal.

Young people will get some energy, rent, and income support help from the Federal Government's 2024 Budget.
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What’s in the budget for young people?

Young people will get some energy, rent, and income support help from the Federal Government’s 2024 Budget.

Tonight, Treasurer Jim Chalmers delivered the 2024 Federal Budget.
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Everything you need to know about the 2024 Federal Budget

The Government, led by Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, has two big decisions to make: what to spend money on, and where to get that money from.

HECs debts are due to soar by 4.8% unless the Government changes the way the debts are calculated.
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HECS indexation 2024: student debt could rise 4.8% in June

HECs debt could increase 4.8% based on the way it is currently calculated, unless the Federal Government changes indexation methods.

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Here’s what we know about the second WA boat arrival this year

A second boat has arrived in remote WA this year carrying suspected asylum seekers, which has set off a political brawl.

Australia's new Governor-General Samantha Mostyn, in a formal portrait.
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Samantha Mostyn will be Australia’s new Governor-General

Today, PM Albanese announced lawyer and businesswoman Samantha Mostyn will replace David Hurley as Australia’s new Governor-General from July.

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What we know about a boat arrival of asylum seekers in Western Australia

A boat that arrived in Western Australia on Friday has sparked a new political furore between Anthony Albanese and Peter Dutton.

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Closing the Gap update: four targets going backwards

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton said there had been a “collective effort across [political parties], across administrations, across levels of government,” to close the gap.

The Labor Government's changes to the stage 3 tax cuts will pass through Parliament
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Labor’s tax cuts will pass Parliament

The Coalition will support Labor’s changes to the stage 3 tax cuts, allowing the re-worked tax relief to pass through Parliament.

The right to disconnect
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Right to disconnect should be law, Senate Committee says

The right to disconnect from work during personal time would be protected under law, according to a recommendation by a Senate Committee.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced changes to the 'Stage 3' tax cuts
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Stage 3 tax cuts are changing. Here’s how and why

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced sweeping changes to the ‘Stage 3’ tax cuts, including giving more relief to low income earners.

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Labor MPs called back early to discuss cost of living

The Prime Minister has called Labor MPs back to Canberra from their summer break early for urgent cost of living talks.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed the stage 3 tax cuts will go ahead.
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What are the stage 3 tax cuts?

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has confirmed planned stage 3 tax cuts will take effect from July after months of pressure.

What is thalidomide? 
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Albanese delivers thalidomide apology

What is thalidomide? Prime Minister Anthony Albanese delivered an apology to survivors of the drug in Parliament today.

Who is Michael Pezzullo?
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Pezzullo sacked as Home Affairs boss

Who is Michael Pezzullo? Claims of political interference were levelled at the Home Affairs boss earlier this year. He’s now been sacked.

What did Albanese do in China
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Albanese concludes historic China visit

What did Albanese do in China? The Australian PM will leave on Tuesday following high-level talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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Anthony Albanese is in China in the first PM visit for seven years

Anthony Albanese is in China to meet President Xi Jinping, in the first visit by an Australian Prime Minister for seven years.

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Could Congress chaos sink Australia’s AUKUS deal?

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is in the U.S. this week. Lobbying Congress to pass AUKUS laws top of his agenda. 

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Why is Anthony Albanese in the U.S. this week?

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will meet with U.S. President Joe Biden during a four-day visit to Washington D.C. this week.

What will the COVID inquiry look at
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Australia’s COVID response to face official inquiry

The independent COVID inquiry will look at several areas of the Federal Government’s response to the pandemic. Here’s the details

what was the qatar airways decision
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Backlash continues over decision to block Qatar flights

What was the Qatar Airways decision? The Government is facing sustained backlash over their call to block more flights into Australia.

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Does Albanese want the housing bill to fail?

The Government has reintroduced its housing bill to Parliament this week. It’s previously faced opposition from both the Liberals, Greens and some Independents, and if it fails again, it could lead to something called a double dissolution. In today’s deep dive, TDA journalist Tom Crowley explains what the Bill is, what’s standing in its way, and why the government could potentially want it to fail.

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More than football

It’s time! The FIFA Women’s World Cup starts today and we are super excited. This event is going to be the most attended women’s sporting event in history. Off the field, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has said to TDA he thinks the Premiers will race to declare a public holiday if the Matildas win. In the deep dive we’ll explain what it will take for the Matildas to win, and whether they will be paid equally if they do.

Should gambling ads be banned
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Should gambling ads be banned during sports games? Draft laws are on the table

Should gambling ads be banned? One Independent thinks so, and she’s got the backing of other parts of the crossbench. Here are the details

What is a coronation
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The King’s Coronation will take place on Saturday – here’s what will happen

What is a coronation? King Charles III will be the subject of one on Saturday, with over 2,200 guests in tow to watch it happen. Here’s why.

TDA interview with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese
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TDA sits down with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese

Workplace laws
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The Federal Government has passed changes to workplace laws

The Government has passed changes to wages laws through the Senate.

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The G20 summit will begin this week

Leaders from the world’s leading and emerging economies will meet in Bali for the Group of Twenty’s (G20) annual Summit.

Interview with Labor Leader Anthony Albanese
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Interview with Labor Leader Anthony Albanese

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Labor has announced a $1.2 billion University and TAFE funding plan if it wins the next election

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