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Michelle Grattan

Michelle Grattan

Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra

Michelle Grattan is one of Australia's most respected political journalists. She has been a member of the Canberra parliamentary press gallery for more than 40 years, during which time she has covered all the most significant stories in Australian politics.

As a former editor of The Canberra Times, Michelle Grattan was also the first female editor of an Australian daily newspaper. She has been with the Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald and Political Editor of The Age since 2004.

Michelle currently has a dual role with an academic position at the University of Canberra and as Associate Editor (Politics) and Chief Political Correspondent at The Conversation.

In her role at the University of Canberra, Michelle is teaching, working on research projects in politics and political communication, as well as providing public commentary and strategic advice.

She is the author, co-author, and editor of several books and was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2004 for her long and distinguished service to Australian journalism.

Albanese pledges Labor government would have 2050 carbon-neutral target

Feb 22, 2020 00:22 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Anthony Albanese will commit a Labor government to adopting a target of zero net emissions by 2050, in a speech titled Leadership in a New Climate to be delivered on Friday. The opposition leaders embrace of this...

Richard Di Natale quits Greens leadership, as Barnaby Joyce seeks a tilt at Michael McCormack

Feb 04, 2020 12:41 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

Richard Di Natale has quit the leadership of the Greens, telling his party room on Monday he will also leave the Senate. Citing in particular family reason for his shock departure, Di Natale said: Its a tough and...

Adam Bandt is new Greens leader

Feb 04, 2020 12:15 pm UTC| Politics

The Greens only House of Representatives member, Adam Bandt, is the partys new leader, elected unanimously after Richard Di Natale on Monday announced he is leaving parliament. Bandt, 47, has held the inner city seat of...

Treasurer Frydenberg to announce $520 million fund for small businesses investment

Nov 27, 2019 12:38 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

A new fund to provide small businesses with an alternative source of financing will be set up with a A$100 million contribution from the government. The fund will have an initial investment capacity of more than $500...

Chinese embassy says Liberal critics Hastie and Paterson should “repent”

Nov 19, 2019 03:05 am UTC| Insights & Views

The Chinese embassy has lashed out at two Liberal members of parliament, Andrew Hastie and James Paterson, saying they would need to repent and redress their mistakes before they would be welcome in China. The attack...

Global Geopolitics Series

Paul Keating attacks media for 'pious belchings' over China

Nov 19, 2019 02:48 am UTC| Insights & Views

Former prime minister Paul Keating has launched a scathing attack on the Australian media for its coverage of China, denouncing the nominally pious belchings of do-gooder journalists who live on leaks from security...

Government to announce more home care packages for aged before Christmas

Nov 04, 2019 11:47 am UTC| Insights & Views Politics

More federal government money will be announced within weeks for home care for the aged, after a damning royal commission finding that many people die before their packages arrive. Scott Morrison on Friday said he had...

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Economy

Emirates issues over $517 million in refunds, more reimbursements expected

Dubai-based carrier Emirates has processed nearly 650,000 refunds amounting to over $517 million over the past two months while operating a decreased number of flights on a limited network. According to Chief Commercial...

India invites private firms to run and modernize railways

India is now inviting bids for private firms to invest $39.8 million in running trains along 109 routes to introduce modern technology and boost its virus-hit economy. The private players will have to pay a percentage...

Japan to shut down aging coal-fired power plants to reduce emissions

Japan will close about 100 of its aging coal-fired and inefficient power plants by fiscal 2030 to reduce carbon emissions and shift toward renewable energy. Industry minister Hiroshi Kajiyama is expected to announce the...

S. Korea to back up 1,000 hydrogen businesses over 20 years

South Korea will support 1,000 businesses in the hydrogen industry over the next 20 years to develop a hydrogen-based ecosystem and economy. Consequently, the country will help create at least 500 companies in...

FxWirePro: Can USMCA & PMIs Bring In Optimism For Mexican Peso? Uphold USD/MXN Call Spreads

The recent publication of the PMIs in a number of countries illustrated a significant improvement of sentiment. It seems questionable though whether sentiment in Mexico has improved to the same extent (publication of the...

Politics

Donald Trump revelation: Appeals judge partially lifts restraining order blocking publication of niece Mary Trump's book

As Democrats continue to encourage others to register to vote and pushing for mail-in voting in the midst of the pandemic, former vice president Joe Biden hopes to protect the rights of Americans to vote. The Biden...

Donald Trump revelation: Appeals judge partially lifts restraining order blocking publication of niece Mary Trump's book

President Donald Trumps niece Mary Trump is set to publish her tell-all book that sheds more light on the Trump family. Following the temporary restraining order placed on both Mary Trump and publisher Simon Schuster, an...

Former European Council President Donald Tusk shows support for Joe Biden's presidential bid

As the November elections draw closer by the day, more public figures, political or not, are beginning to voice their support for one candidate or another. Among those figures is former European Council Member Donald Tusk,...

Michelle Obama impressed: Ex-FLOTUS praises Princeton for removing Woodrow Wilson's name from public affairs department

The recent events, mainly the protests against systemized racism have sparked institutions, whether national or private, to remove figures and cultural symbols that are deemed as racist. Following ivy league institution...

Science

Archaeologists find skeletal remains of inmates in former NKVD prison

Much like the horrific Holocaust, there was also the regime of Russian dictator Joseph Stalin that led to the imprisonment and killing of thousands of people, with millions more dying under his reign. A recent discovery...

Aliens: Scientists develop calculator to count alien civilizations

The question of whether or not we are alone in the universe has been asked millions of times as far as one can remember. This question was front and center following the space missions that occurred in the 20th century,...

Archaeologists analyze screaming mummy to investigate supposed link to Ramses III's death

Ever since archaeologist Howard Carter discovered the tomb of famed Egyptian Pharaoh King Tutankhamun in 1922, there have been unusual deaths that have been linked to it. Scientists since then have tried to test the theory...

Author says 2,400-year old coin artifact may be proof that Atlantis is real

Atlantis is one of the most popular myths in history, with many wondering whether the city is actually real, based on the stories that have been told over time. An author and researcher may have unraveled the mystery...

Technology

iPhone 12 could be delayed by four weeks to a couple of months but until 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably rocked the tech world, and Apple was not exempted. A new report offers a more vivid look into the possible delays the company might suffer in terms of releasing the anticipated iPhone...

iOS 14: 4 best security and privacy improvements launching later this year

After countless reports of mobile apps and other entities covertly collecting peoples data through the devices they use, iPhone users should pay attention to the security and privacy features launching on iOS 14. Luckily,...

iPhone SE 2021 will keep the A13 Bionic and that’s fine

Reports have it that the new iPhone SE was planned to arrive in two models this year. However, Apple revived its mid-range smartphone lineup with just one variant last April. Later, there have been claims that the tech...

AirPods to receive Spatial Audio and other upgrades with iOS 14’s launch in fall

Fans of Apples truly wireless earbuds will have several things to look forward to in iOS 14. The next mobile operating system update is confirmed to deliver several upgrades and new functions on the device, some even...
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