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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.

Global Geopolitics Series

Australian Foreign Minister Payne pledges continued fight against Chinese 'disinformation'

Jun 17, 2020 16:04 pm UTC| Politics

Foreign Minister Marise Payne has attacked Chinas disinformation about racism in this country and committed Australia to a more activist role in pressing for reform of multilateral institutions, including the World Health...

Businesses get extension for instant asset write-off

Jun 14, 2020 12:18 pm UTC| Business Economy

In its latest move to spur business investment, the government will extend its $150,000 instant assets write-off until the end of the year. The six-months extension, which will be legislated, will cost $300 million in...

View from The Hill: Senate committees are one of the few bright spots in the battle to hold government to account

Jun 14, 2020 11:57 am UTC| Politics

It mightnt sound much, but it had big consequences. Fifty years ago this week, the Senate voted to set up a system of committees to scrutinise government legislation, activity and spending. As it has evolved, this...

Australian Government to give $25,000 grants to people building or renovating homes

Jun 03, 2020 13:11 pm UTC| Economy

The government will provide eligible owner-occupiers with a grant of $25,000 to build a new home or extensively renovate an existing one. The scheme estimated to cost up to $688 million will not be limited to first...

Good news on elective surgery, but dire warning on the economy

Apr 21, 2020 12:31 pm UTC| Economy

Restrictions are to be eased on elective surgery, enabling a gradual restart to procedures next week. But as national cabinet took early baby steps towards restoring normality, Reserve Bank Governor Phil Lowe warned the...

Media receives some government relief after coronavirus hit

Apr 16, 2020 14:57 pm UTC| Business

The government has announced relief measures, including a $50 million program for regional journalism, to help media hit by the fallout from COVID-19 crisis. Commercial television and radio broadcasters will be given a...

Indefinite freeze on non-urgent elective surgery in Australia

Mar 26, 2020 16:07 pm UTC| Health

All non-urgent elective surgery is being suspended, to free up resources as hospitals prepare to deal with the full impact of COVID-19. Announcing the suspension, taking effect from midnight Wednesday, Scott Morrison...

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Economy

Mastercard to enable partners to offer crypto products, services

Payments giant Mastercard has partnered with cryptocurrency exchange platform Bakkt to allow US merchants, banks, and fintechs to offer crypto solutions and services. Sherri Haymond, Mastercards executive vice president...

Coca-Cola launches bottles without a label in South Korea

The Coca-Cola Company unveiled its newest plastic bottles, and it is very noticeable that they have no label on them. These are said to be the first label-less Coke bottles in South Korea, and this was done for recycling...

LG vice chairman Kwon Young Soo assigned as new LG Energy CEO

Kwon Young Soo, vice chairman at LG Corp., has been given a new assignment in the company. He will be moving to LG Energy Solution as its new chief executive officer. LGES is one of LG Groups affiliates, so his transfer...

Pro-environment consumers, suppliers patronize 'ugly' fruits and vegetables

Pro-environment consumers and suppliers are patronizing ugly agricultural products that do not fit market standards to counter the practice of discarding them. Unsightly produce is now attracting a growing market as...

Columbia experiences cryptocurrency ATM boom

Colombia is currently experiencing a cryptocurrency ATM boom, keeping it in second place among Latam countries with the second-highest number of these ATMs at 50. Not so long ago, Columbia was in first place until El...

Politics

Capitol insurrection: Mark Meadows was reportedly a 'regular figure' in Jan. 6 rally planning

More details regarding the involvement of some individuals in Donald Trumps inner circle surrounding the Capitol insurrection have come to light. A new piece in Rolling Stone revealed that Trumps chief of staff Mark...

Nancy Pelosi says 'billionaire's tax' will fund Joe Biden's social infrastructure plan

A point of contention among Democrats in the social spending bill is the price tag as well as how the legislation would be funded. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the party-led legislation would be paid for by...

Afghanistan faces food crisis, according to UN World Food Programme

Weeks since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the ramifications of the takeover left the country facing one crisis after another. According to the United Nations World Food Programme, Afghans are in the midst of a...

Jared Kushner reportedly in talks to receive $2 billion investment from Saudi Arabia for private equity firm

Former White House adviser and Donald Trumps son-in-law, Jared Kushner, has touted his visits to the Middle East over the years of Trumps presidency as part of his achievements. A recent report has revealed that Kushner is...

Science

S. Korean researchers develop Mediterranean diet that helps prevent cardiovascular disease

South Korean researchers have developed a Korean-style Mediterranean diet that helps prevent cardiovascular disease by reducing the proportion of carbohydrates while increasing the ratio of fat and protein. The diet...

LG Chem develops substance for creating cheaper, lighter plastic solar panel frames

LG Chem combined polycarbonate and acrylonitrile styrene acrylate (ASA) to develop LUPOY EU5201 to be used in plastic frames for solar panels. Consequently, LG has become the first in South Korea to develop plastic...

Owls used in helping California vineyards get rid of rodents

A Humboldt State University team is attempting to prove that owls can be an effective eco-friendly option at protecting grapes from rodent attacks. Graduate students at the universitys Department of Wildlife under...

S. Korean researchers develop process that uses agri-waste to produce biofuels, plastics

The Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) had developed an enzymatic process that uses agricultural waste to produce the 4-hydroxy valeric acid--an ingredient for biofuels and plastics. The KIERs enzymatic process...

France probes Nestlé, 100 other firms over bisphenol-A use

The French government is investigating 101 companies, including Nestlé, for not disclosing their use of bisphenol-A in food packaging. In its statement of objections, Frances competition authority accused the 101...

Technology

‘Horizon Forbidden West’ developers reveal new abilities and weapons

Horizon Forbidden West will not launch for a few more months, but Guerilla Games has announced some of the new skills and weapons Aloy will use in the sequel. The developer also explained how the difficulty in dealing with...

‘Call of Duty: Vanguard’ will mimic real weapons’ trigger weight with PS5 DualSense controller

Call of Duty: Vanguard is coming very soon, and Sledgehammer Games still has several gameplay details to reveal before the launch. The developer detailed in a blog post published on Monday how they were able to deliver an...

Samsung mysteriously brings back the rumored Galaxy S21 FE support page

Samsung may have given its fans a discreet nod that the Galaxy S21 FE is still in the pipeline. The company had silently brought back the support page rumored to be intended for the mid-range phone less than a month before...

Huawei Mate 50 series expected to launch in H1 2022

Huawei Mate 50 is expected to be one of the flagship smartphones to enter the market next year. Despite its absence this year, the company reportedly plans to launch the series in 2022 after receiving significant component...

Redmi Note 11 to feature 120W fast charging, Xiaomi confirms

Xiaomi is set to unveil the latest phones to join its Redmi brand. Thanks to a mix of leaks and official teasers from the company, tech fans now know that the Redmi Note 11 series is getting a new high-end model that...
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