Relive all the thrills and spills of the year in Australian politics with veteran journo Barrie Cassidy and his hand-picked squad of the country’s sharpest pundits. From ScoMo’s secret ministries to the climate reckoning of the Teal wave and the verdict on Labor’s first year in office, it’s all up for dissection as they take the pulse of the nation. Barrie shares the stage with Amy Remeikis, Niki Savva and Laura Tingle.
This event is Auslan interpreted and open captioned.
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Barrie Cassidy (Australian)
Barrie Cassidy is one of Australia's most experienced political correspondents and analysts. He was the creator of Insiders on the ABC, a program he hosted for 18 years.
Amy Remeikis (Australian)
Amy Remeikis is a political reporter with The Guardian Australia and regular contributor to Insiders, The Drum, The Project and ABC Radio. Her book, On Reckoning covers how uncomfortable Australia is in dealing with sexual abuse and the fallout from the government's failure to act.
Niki Savva (Australian)
Niki Savva is an author and columnist for the The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. She is a regular panellist on ABC's the Insiders. She has written four books, beginning with So Greek. Her other three books, chronicling the coups and chaos which beset the Liberal Government – The Road to Ruin, which was awarded best non-fiction prize by ABIA, Plots and Prayers and Bulldozed – have all been best sellers.
Laura Tingle (Australian)
Laura Tingle has reported on Australian politics for more than 40 years. She joined the ABC in 2018 as chief political correspondent for 7.30, after a long career in print, notably for The Australian Financial Review. She has written four Quarterly Essays, a book about the recession of the early 1990s and won two Walkley Awards. Laura is President of the National Press Club of Australia