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Post News in Five

From The Saturday Paper and LiSTNR comes Post: News in Five, a daily podcast bringing you the top five news headlines in just five minutes. It means you’ll know what’s going on, why it’s going on and where it’s going next in the time it tak

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Season 1


Albanese offers aid on Ukraine visit, Sydney suffers more floods, Covid border restrictions lifted

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has pledged more military aid to Ukraine during a tightly guarded visit to the war-torn country. Tens of thousands of Sydney residents have been told to evacuate their homes, as authorities scramble to respond to the threat of torrential rain inundating areas that have never flooded before. And pandemic border restrictions will be dropped this coming week, in changes announced on the same day Australia recorded its 10,000th Covid-19 death. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Albanese offers aid on Ukraine visit, Sydney suffers more floods, Covid border restrictions lifted

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has pledged more military aid to Ukraine during a tightly guarded visit to the war-torn country. Tens of thousands of Sydney residents have been told to evacuate their homes, as authorities scramble to respond to the threat of torrential rain inundating areas that have never flooded before. And pandemic border restrictions will be dropped this coming week, in changes announced on the same day Australia recorded its 10,000th Covid-19 death. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

05:59

EP20 - S1

3 Jul 22

Major defects in Pacific patrol boats, Barilaro quits poached US job, battle to dump Big Bash League

Major design flaws have been identified among a fleet of Australian patrol boats given to Pacific nations, including poisonous carbon monoxide being pumped into ships. Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has withdrawn from his controversial new role as US trade commissioner, declaring his appointment was a quote “distraction”. And in a Federal Court submission, Seven claimed that Cricket Australia breached its contract over quality and standards of the Big Bash League, which has suffered subpar TV ratings  Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Major defects in Pacific patrol boats, Barilaro quits poached US job, battle to dump Big Bash League

Major design flaws have been identified among a fleet of Australian patrol boats given to Pacific nations, including poisonous carbon monoxide being pumped into ships. Former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro has withdrawn from his controversial new role as US trade commissioner, declaring his appointment was a quote “distraction”. And in a Federal Court submission, Seven claimed that Cricket Australia breached its contract over quality and standards of the Big Bash League, which has suffered subpar TV ratings  Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

05:16

EP19 - S1

30 Jun 22

$12bn needed for renewables restructure, broom to go through appeals tribunal, EU trade relations revived

The Australian Energy Market Operator predicts more than $12bn in new transmission lines will be needed to transition off coal and avoid energy cost blowouts. A review of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal is set to be released today, as integrity experts call for the body to be scrapped over Coalition stacking. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he has secured a commitment from the president of the European Commission to resume free trade negotiations with the EU within months. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

$12bn needed for renewables restructure, broom to go through appeals tribunal, EU trade relations revived

The Australian Energy Market Operator predicts more than $12bn in new transmission lines will be needed to transition off coal and avoid energy cost blowouts. A review of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal is set to be released today, as integrity experts call for the body to be scrapped over Coalition stacking. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says he has secured a commitment from the president of the European Commission to resume free trade negotiations with the EU within months. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:55

EP18 - S1

29 Jun 22

Albanese aims to rebuild EU trust, job seekers given clean slate, more activists arrested while driver fined

Negotiations for a free trade deal with the EU have stalled over a fractured relationship with France and perceptions Australia isn’t “fair dinkum” on climate change action, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says. Job seekers will have past penalties under the outgoing employment services program wiped, under last-minute changes by Labor days before a controversial new system comes into effect. The man who ploughed a car into climate change protesters has been hit with a small fine, while more demonstrators face jail after being charged under new anti-protest laws. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Albanese aims to rebuild EU trust, job seekers given clean slate, more activists arrested while driver fined

Negotiations for a free trade deal with the EU have stalled over a fractured relationship with France and perceptions Australia isn’t “fair dinkum” on climate change action, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says. Job seekers will have past penalties under the outgoing employment services program wiped, under last-minute changes by Labor days before a controversial new system comes into effect. The man who ploughed a car into climate change protesters has been hit with a small fine, while more demonstrators face jail after being charged under new anti-protest laws. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:52

EP17 - S1

28 Jun 22

Climate activists brave harsh new laws, Census shows migrant milestone, vaping lobbyist linked to Liberal gifts

Climate activists have vowed to continue with a full week of protests after disruptive action in Sydney’s CBD saw 10 arrests and a driver ram demonstrators with a car. Results from the Australian census will today show that for the first time more than half of the population was born overseas, and less than half of the country identifies as Christian. Donations from a national vaping lobby group to the Liberal Party were declared as personal gifts from its director on electoral returns. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Climate activists brave harsh new laws, Census shows migrant milestone, vaping lobbyist linked to Liberal gifts

Climate activists have vowed to continue with a full week of protests after disruptive action in Sydney’s CBD saw 10 arrests and a driver ram demonstrators with a car. Results from the Australian census will today show that for the first time more than half of the population was born overseas, and less than half of the country identifies as Christian. Donations from a national vaping lobby group to the Liberal Party were declared as personal gifts from its director on electoral returns. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:27

EP16 - S1

27 Jun 22

Australia rebukes US abortion ruling, Boeing’s 737 woes continue, crossbenchers rail against staff cuts

Labor and Liberal politicians have issued a bipartisan condemnation of the US Supreme Court's ruling allowing states to ban abortion, though access to the procedure remains difficult in parts of Australia.  Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX planes have experienced multiple mid-air emergencies and dozens of groundings in the year after the conclusion of an extensive probe sparked by two deadly crashes. Federal ministers have defended staff cuts to crossbench MPs and senators despite threats from minor parties that they will block bills in retaliation. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Australia rebukes US abortion ruling, Boeing’s 737 woes continue, crossbenchers rail against staff cuts

Labor and Liberal politicians have issued a bipartisan condemnation of the US Supreme Court's ruling allowing states to ban abortion, though access to the procedure remains difficult in parts of Australia.  Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX planes have experienced multiple mid-air emergencies and dozens of groundings in the year after the conclusion of an extensive probe sparked by two deadly crashes. Federal ministers have defended staff cuts to crossbench MPs and senators despite threats from minor parties that they will block bills in retaliation. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:39

EP15 - S1

26 Jun 22

Vaping draws new health warning, millions spent hounding whistleblowers, Albanese warns of budget cuts

Australia’s peak body for medical research has issued updated advice warning against vaping, as the US bans a leading e-cigarette brand. The former Coalition government spent almost $6 million dollars prosecuting Bernard Collaery, Witness K, Richard Boyle and David McBride over their involvement in whistleblowing. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has warned Australians to brace for cuts in Labor’s first budget, as the Greens call to scrap legislated tax cuts.Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Vaping draws new health warning, millions spent hounding whistleblowers, Albanese warns of budget cuts

Australia’s peak body for medical research has issued updated advice warning against vaping, as the US bans a leading e-cigarette brand. The former Coalition government spent almost $6 million dollars prosecuting Bernard Collaery, Witness K, Richard Boyle and David McBride over their involvement in whistleblowing. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has warned Australians to brace for cuts in Labor’s first budget, as the Greens call to scrap legislated tax cuts.Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:16

EP14 - S1

23 Jun 22

Albanese shakes up public service, aviation billions vanish into thin air, quantum leap for computers

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has axed a number of department chiefs linked to the Coalition in a shake-up of top public servants. More than $5 billion dollars in Covid-19 support handed out to the aviation sector was not adequately monitored, a new audit report has found.  And new laws criminalising grossly offensive conduct have been introduced into Victoria's parliament, prompting concern the proposed new offence could impact vulnerable people.  Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Albanese shakes up public service, aviation billions vanish into thin air, quantum leap for computers

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has axed a number of department chiefs linked to the Coalition in a shake-up of top public servants. More than $5 billion dollars in Covid-19 support handed out to the aviation sector was not adequately monitored, a new audit report has found.  And new laws criminalising grossly offensive conduct have been introduced into Victoria's parliament, prompting concern the proposed new offence could impact vulnerable people.  Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:15

EP13 - S1

22 Jun 22

Barrier Reef challenge to WA gas field, NSW delivers big teal deal, rape trial delayed after Logies speech

Fossil fuel giant Woodside is being taken to court over its plans to develop the Scarborough gas field, which environmental groups warn will jeopardise the health of the Great Barrier Reef. The NSW budget has been hailed as the country’s first teal budget, as the Perrottet government seeks to learn from the defeat of its federal Coalition counterparts. And the Queensland government will impose new levies on big business to help boost funding for mental health services. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Barrier Reef challenge to WA gas field, NSW delivers big teal deal, rape trial delayed after Logies speech

Fossil fuel giant Woodside is being taken to court over its plans to develop the Scarborough gas field, which environmental groups warn will jeopardise the health of the Great Barrier Reef. The NSW budget has been hailed as the country’s first teal budget, as the Perrottet government seeks to learn from the defeat of its federal Coalition counterparts. And the Queensland government will impose new levies on big business to help boost funding for mental health services. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:59

EP12 - S1

21 Jun 22

Aid offered to stop Sri Lanka boats, nuclear test survivors call for ban, new bid to delay Parliament rape trial

Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil has flown to Sri Lanka to unveil aid assistance, as Labor seeks further support from the island’s government in preventing asylum seekers from fleeing the crisis-hit region. First Nations survivors of nuclear tests have told the UN that Australia must do more to address the impact of the explosions, and to sign a key global treaty. Lawyers for the man accused of raping Brittany Higgins will today bid to have the trial delayed again due to a speech made at the Logie Awards. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Aid offered to stop Sri Lanka boats, nuclear test survivors call for ban, new bid to delay Parliament rape trial

Home Affairs Minister Clare O’Neil has flown to Sri Lanka to unveil aid assistance, as Labor seeks further support from the island’s government in preventing asylum seekers from fleeing the crisis-hit region. First Nations survivors of nuclear tests have told the UN that Australia must do more to address the impact of the explosions, and to sign a key global treaty. Lawyers for the man accused of raping Brittany Higgins will today bid to have the trial delayed again due to a speech made at the Logie Awards. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:19

EP11 - S1

20 Jun 22

FINA bans trans swimmers, plan to let states back fossil fuels, police raid climate protest camp

Swimming’s world governing body has voted to effectively ban the participation of transgender women in elite women’s competitions. The Energy Security Board has proposed allowing states to pay coal and gas power plants to stay in business to bolster the stability of the electricity grid. New South Wales police raided a property in north-west Sydney on Sunday, alleging that a climate group was planning “extreme forms” of protest. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

FINA bans trans swimmers, plan to let states back fossil fuels, police raid climate protest camp

Swimming’s world governing body has voted to effectively ban the participation of transgender women in elite women’s competitions. The Energy Security Board has proposed allowing states to pay coal and gas power plants to stay in business to bolster the stability of the electricity grid. New South Wales police raided a property in north-west Sydney on Sunday, alleging that a climate group was planning “extreme forms” of protest. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:49

EP10 - S1

19 Jun 22

Albanese chairs first national cabinet, Russia bans raft of Australians and Border force search thousands of phones

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will chair his first national cabinet meeting with state and territory leaders today, with health and energy on the agenda. Russia has sanctioned an additional 121 Australian citizens it says are fanning a “Russophobic agenda” in the country. And Border force officers searched more than 40,000 computers, phones and other devices over five years, according to a freedom of information request. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Albanese chairs first national cabinet, Russia bans raft of Australians and Border force search thousands of phones

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will chair his first national cabinet meeting with state and territory leaders today, with health and energy on the agenda. Russia has sanctioned an additional 121 Australian citizens it says are fanning a “Russophobic agenda” in the country. And Border force officers searched more than 40,000 computers, phones and other devices over five years, according to a freedom of information request. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:45

EP09 - S1

16 Jun 22

States unveil extra year of play school, national electricity market suspended, Albanese welcomes wage boost

Victoria and New South Wales will today unveil a new year of play-based learning for children before they go to school, described by the state premiers as the greatest transformation of early education in a generation. Australia’s national electricity market has been suspended for the first time ever, with the market operator seizing control of the supply of power from generators to stabilise the grid. And Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has welcomed the Fair Work Commission’s decision to raise the minimum wage by 5.2 per cent, while business groups rail against the move. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

States unveil extra year of play school, national electricity market suspended, Albanese welcomes wage boost

Victoria and New South Wales will today unveil a new year of play-based learning for children before they go to school, described by the state premiers as the greatest transformation of early education in a generation. Australia’s national electricity market has been suspended for the first time ever, with the market operator seizing control of the supply of power from generators to stabilise the grid. And Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has welcomed the Fair Work Commission’s decision to raise the minimum wage by 5.2 per cent, while business groups rail against the move. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

07:13

EP08 - S1

15 Jun 22

Power cut to trigger handouts, facial recognition tracking shoppers, Albanese’s popularity soars

Regulators have accused energy companies of driving energy power shortages to receive larger taxpayer handouts. Research by Choice indicates Bunnings, Kmart and The Good Guys are using facial recognition technology in a bid to crack down on shoplifters. And a new poll has found Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is enjoying the biggest post-election popularity boost since Kevin Rudd in 2007. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Power cut to trigger handouts, facial recognition tracking shoppers, Albanese’s popularity soars

Regulators have accused energy companies of driving energy power shortages to receive larger taxpayer handouts. Research by Choice indicates Bunnings, Kmart and The Good Guys are using facial recognition technology in a bid to crack down on shoplifters. And a new poll has found Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is enjoying the biggest post-election popularity boost since Kevin Rudd in 2007. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:59

EP07 - S1

14 Jun 22

Sky News feeding climate sceptics, Trump ignored advisers to claim election, NSW pledges $5bn for childcare

Sky News Australia has become a key global hub for climate misinformation, according to a new report. Former US president Donald Trump ignored multiple explanations from his own advisers that his claims of election fraud were unfounded, a committee investigating the January 6 riot at the US Capitol has heard. And the New South Wales government will intervene in childcare for the first time, unveiling a $5 billion dollar plan to drive down costs and increase the number of places. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Sky News feeding climate sceptics, Trump ignored advisers to claim election, NSW pledges $5bn for childcare

Sky News Australia has become a key global hub for climate misinformation, according to a new report. Former US president Donald Trump ignored multiple explanations from his own advisers that his claims of election fraud were unfounded, a committee investigating the January 6 riot at the US Capitol has heard. And the New South Wales government will intervene in childcare for the first time, unveiling a $5 billion dollar plan to drive down costs and increase the number of places. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:49

EP06 - S1

13 Jun 22

Surgeon fails to block damning expose, visa and passport lines blow out, Dutton’s loose lips could sink subs

An investigation has exposed a raft of potentially illegal and unethical practices by cosmetic surgeons, after a failed court challenge held up publication of the story. Australians are waiting for months for passport applications to be processed, while a visa backlog for migrants is keeping new arrivals from filling the national skills shortage and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton may have jeopardised his own plan to buy nuclear submarines from the US by revealing key details to the media. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Surgeon fails to block damning expose, visa and passport lines blow out, Dutton’s loose lips could sink subs

An investigation has exposed a raft of potentially illegal and unethical practices by cosmetic surgeons, after a failed court challenge held up publication of the story. Australians are waiting for months for passport applications to be processed, while a visa backlog for migrants is keeping new arrivals from filling the national skills shortage and Opposition Leader Peter Dutton may have jeopardised his own plan to buy nuclear submarines from the US by revealing key details to the media. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:46

EP05 - S1

9 Jun 22

Ministers agree to national power plan, plastic litter drops by a third, ABC stamps out library staff

Today in Post: News in Five, state and federal energy ministers have agreed on a national plan to bolster the grid with spare capacity in renewable energy storage and gas. Plastic littering Australian beaches has declined by a third in just six years, according to a new study. And the ABC plans to axe the jobs of nearly 60 archivists and librarians, and get journalists to archive their own stories. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Ministers agree to national power plan, plastic litter drops by a third, ABC stamps out library staff

Today in Post: News in Five, state and federal energy ministers have agreed on a national plan to bolster the grid with spare capacity in renewable energy storage and gas. Plastic littering Australian beaches has declined by a third in just six years, according to a new study. And the ABC plans to axe the jobs of nearly 60 archivists and librarians, and get journalists to archive their own stories. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:37

EP04 - S1

8 Jun 22

Ministers to brainstorm energy fix, Twitter ordered to unmask user, RBA plans more rate shocks

Federal, state and territory energy ministers will meet today to devise solutions to Australia’s skyrocketing electricity prices. The Federal Court has ordered Twitter to release information that could reveal the identity of the person behind high-profile Twitter account PRGuy17. And the Reserve Bank of Australia is tipped to follow yesterday’s 0.5 per cent interest rate rise with the same lift in rates next month to tackle surging inflation. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Ministers to brainstorm energy fix, Twitter ordered to unmask user, RBA plans more rate shocks

Federal, state and territory energy ministers will meet today to devise solutions to Australia’s skyrocketing electricity prices. The Federal Court has ordered Twitter to release information that could reveal the identity of the person behind high-profile Twitter account PRGuy17. And the Reserve Bank of Australia is tipped to follow yesterday’s 0.5 per cent interest rate rise with the same lift in rates next month to tackle surging inflation. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:10

EP03 - S1

7 Jun 22

Homeowners brace for rate hike, Barilaro’s Google win, Johnson survives no-confidence vote

Today on Post: News in Five, The Reserve Bank is expected to hike interest rates today in response to continued inflation, as experts warn the move could push more households into mortgage stress. Legal experts say former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s courtroom win against Google over content uploaded to YouTube shows publishers need to start taking Australian defamation laws seriously. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Homeowners brace for rate hike, Barilaro’s Google win, Johnson survives no-confidence vote

Today on Post: News in Five, The Reserve Bank is expected to hike interest rates today in response to continued inflation, as experts warn the move could push more households into mortgage stress. Legal experts say former NSW deputy premier John Barilaro’s courtroom win against Google over content uploaded to YouTube shows publishers need to start taking Australian defamation laws seriously. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:25

EP02 - S1

6 Jun 22

Dutton dumps Morrison allies for cabinet

Today on Post: News in Five,  Opposition leader Peter Dutton has unveiled his shadow cabinet, promoting senior conservatives, Nationals and women while dumping allies of former prime minister Scott Morrison. Resources minister Madeleine King has flagged an overhaul of the so-called gas “trigger” to address escalating gas prices, as fossil fuel companies ramp up drilling and emissions. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

Dutton dumps Morrison allies for cabinet

Today on Post: News in Five,  Opposition leader Peter Dutton has unveiled his shadow cabinet, promoting senior conservatives, Nationals and women while dumping allies of former prime minister Scott Morrison. Resources minister Madeleine King has flagged an overhaul of the so-called gas “trigger” to address escalating gas prices, as fossil fuel companies ramp up drilling and emissions. Post: News in Five is written by Max Opray and voiced by Ninah Kopel. Subscribe to Post: News in Five on the LiSTNR app, and head to TheSaturdayPaper.com.au to subscribe to the newsletter.

06:35

EP01 - S1

5 Jun 22


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