Questions have been raised about the freedom and safety of the press in Nicaragua, after violent protests resulted in the death of a journalist. SALONEE MISTRY reports.
The race for Lord Mayor of Melbourne is between independent Sally Capp and Greens’ Rohan Leppert, political scientist Dr Nick Economou says.
Experts have described the Australian Government’s attitude to the UN’s Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty as disgraceful. RENYUAN OUYANG reports.
Antifa is an extreme anti-Fascist movement that has used violence and intimidation in its fight against the far Right. Shayne Hunter, who says he is a former member, joins our politics editor SELBY STEWART in the studio for an interview.
MONSU Caulfield has a new president after Ziqi Han was replaced by activities officer Bryn Dodson on Tuesday. SELBY STEWART reports.
Members of the community group that fought to save Ryan’s Reserve feel let down, despite a spectacular win in their long campaign to save the facility. CHARLOTTE MORTON reports
Following US President Donald Trump’s announcement Australia would be exempt from his controversial metal tariffs, THOMAS FOSTER asked four experts whether the tariffs still mean anything for Australians.
This is the first episode of Question Time, a political podcast that brings you all you need to know about Australian politics in a neat little package.
Vladimir Putin won a fourth term as Russian leader, exactly as the world expected. ANDREW MANGELSDORF reports.
Port Phillip Council has decided to re-examine its business partnerships with companies that support the proposed Adani coal mine. SAMANTHA O’CONNELL and ANGELICA SNOWDEN report.