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Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra, Michelle Grattan is one of Australia's most respected and awarded political journalists.
There are winners and losers in political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN'S end-of-year report card on the Albanese government ministers.
The Albanese government’s announcement tsunami has been overshadowed by the crisis over ex-detainees, says political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The government’s preventative detention for ex-detainees who pose serious risks set to pass this week, reports MICHELLE GRATTAN.
As Anthony Albanese’s fortunes slide, people are starting to wonder what sort of PM Peter Dutton might make, says MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Extreme weather seasons are putting Australia’s energy systems more at risk of sabotage, the government’s annual Climate Change Statement warns.
The federal government will urgently legislate to enable some of those released from immigration detention to be preventatively detained.
Had the Voice referendum been confined to indigenous recognition, it might have passed, reports MICHELLE GRATTAN.
The Albanese government, still struggling with the fallout from the High Court decision forcing the release of immigration detainees, is allocating $255 million to beef up resources to keep tabs on them.
Can the Albanese government turn 2024 into a happy new year despite multiple challenges, asks political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
Albanese should come clean about what he did or didn’t say to Xi Jinping about sonar incident, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
As war rages in the Middle East, Australian parliamentarians try to promote understanding, writes politcal columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.
A government in a big hurry gives opposition some wins on ex-detainees, writes political columnist MICHELLE GRATTAN.