April 13th, 2015
Episode 167 of 508 episodes
With iron ore prices plummeting it doesn't look good for Joe Hockey's 2015 budget only a month away. Polls are already showing Labor in front of the Coalition and industry groups are backing a Labor proposal with the RET scheme. With media attention focused on the risks of Iran's nuclear program, strategic analysts have warned that a more precarious case of nuclear proliferation could be unfolding far closer to Australia's shores. Artist George Gittoes wins the Sydney Peace Prize.
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