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This week's guest is Labor Member for Carrum Sonya Kilkenny.
While outrage focuses on Trump and his attacks on social justice Australia isn't immune.
On this week’s episode of Pod on the Hill, Nicola spoke with National Secretary of the CPSU, Nadine Flood.
On this week’s episode Stephen spoke with Israeli Labor’s outgoing leader of the opposition in Knesset - Isaac Herzog.
From Oakleigh Tech to sparkie, Shaun’s journey to the red seats of State Parliament has been a fascinating journey.
This week Peter Kahlil talks about his parents' journey from Egypt and the sacrifices they made, and how Peter Daicos was his hero (and not just because of his marvellous football skills).
They also discuss the fracturing of society and the politics of fear, plus his own achievements to date and what he wants to achieve in the future.
The FIFA World Cup is the quadrennial, month-long football tournament that end with one nation from either South America or Europe being declared the best while the rest of us watch from lounge rooms and pubs across the globe.
We all get a day off on Monday, why?
The Queen’s Birthday.
Wouldn’t it be better if we could celebrate an Australian as Head of State?
Australian Republican Movement CEO Michael Cooney talks with Stephen about how we can do just that.
On the 25th of May historic vote took place in Ireland. That vote was to repeal the 8th Amendment to the Irish constitution, effectively paving the way for the legalisation of abortion in Ireland.
On May 9 Malaysians went to the polls expecting the re-election of incumbent Najib Razakand and the continuation of his Barisan Nasional party’s 61 year rule.
Instead Mahathir Mohammad with the help of long-time political enemy Anwar Ibrahmin surprised political orthodoxy and successfully won the election.
Erin Cook - a Jakarta based free-lance journalist specialising in South East Asia joined us on Pod on the Hill to discuss how and why it happened and the ramifications for the region and Australia.