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The Reckoning part one: the road to the royal commission – podcast | David Marr

The Reckoning part one: the road to the royal commission – podcast | David Marr

At the start of a new series by Guardian Australia, David Marr investigates the background to Australia’s unprecedented royal commission on institutional responses to child sexual abuse –
Australian political feuds: five of the biggest bust-ups

Australian political feuds: five of the biggest bust-ups

As Turnbull and Joyce trade blows, the Guardian looks back at stoushes that toppled leaders on both sides of the houseWhen Malcolm Turnbull ousted Tony Abbott from the Liberal party leadership in
Calling time: Jenny Macklin on Labor, leaders and dedication to policy

Calling time: Jenny Macklin on Labor, leaders and dedication to policy

The retiring ALP stalwart reflects on her party’s turbulent past, overcoming disappointment and ministerial achievements• Jenny Macklin on 23 years as a Labor MP – Australian politics live
Australia headed for 'ugly' election based on race, warns Julia Gillard

Australia headed for 'ugly' election based on race, warns Julia Gillard

Former Labor PM says Liberal leadership crisis is part of worrying trend in global politicsJulia Gillard has warned Australia could be headed for an “ugly” election focused on questions of race and
Julia Gillard: 'Hard evidence' shows Liberal party failing women – video

Julia Gillard: 'Hard evidence' shows Liberal party failing women – video

Former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard says gender bias played a role in the Liberal party’s decision to ignore Julie Bishop in the first round of voting during last month’s leadership spill.
Julie Bishop calls out 'appalling behaviour' in politics, saying 'enough is enough'

Julie Bishop calls out 'appalling behaviour' in politics, saying 'enough is enough'

Former foreign affairs minister says she has witnessed behaviour that wouldn’t be ‘tolerated in any other workplace’Julie Bishop has weighed into the debate about bullying in federal parliament,
The national child abuse apology shows that institutions can heal, as well as harm | Katharine Murphy

The national child abuse apology shows that institutions can heal, as well as harm | Katharine Murphy

Julia Gillard was the victims’ champion while Scott Morrison articulated survivors’ betrayal and frustrationThe survivors who came to Canberra for the apology had been betrayed by institutions, yet
Malcolm Turnbull could have saved Wentworth, Barnaby Joyce says – politics live

Malcolm Turnbull could have saved Wentworth, Barnaby Joyce says – politics live

‘Sometimes you just have to suck it up,’ former deputy PM tells ousted Liberal leader. All the day’s events, live 7.56am BST How Mike Bowers saw QT: 7.22am BST In that Sky interview, Joel Fitzgibbon
Neighbourhood bully: Australia views Asia through the wrong end of the telescope | George Megalogenis

Neighbourhood bully: Australia views Asia through the wrong end of the telescope | George Megalogenis

Will rookie PMs and our domestic political circus cause Australia lasting damage in the Asian century?“We do not claim to be Asian.” This provocative statement defined John Howard’s first overseas
Dalai Lama Says Women Empathize and Men ‘Kill’

Dalai Lama Says Women Empathize and Men ‘Kill’

The Dalai Lama said Friday that more women are needed in leadership roles because they are more compassionate than men, who are valued instead for their ability to “kill.”
Nauru former president regrets signing offshore processing deal with Julia Gillard

Nauru former president regrets signing offshore processing deal with Julia Gillard

Sprent Dabwido is in Australia, having sought asylum to receive treatment for terminal cancer The former president of Nauru has said he regrets signing a deal with Julia Gillard to establish offshore