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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.

Scott Morrison's AstraZeneca 'hand grenade' turns into cluster bomb

Jul 01, 2021 04:56 am UTC| Politics

The debate about the vexed vaccination rollout on Wednesday exploded into an extraordinary free-for-all, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison under fire and health experts arguing among themselves. Morrison had hoped by...

Global Geopolitics Series

Unblocking the passage from India

May 09, 2021 08:51 am UTC| Insights & Views

It became clear this week repatriation flights for Australians stranded in India would have to resume ASAP after May 15, whatever the COVID situation in that country. By going too far in its effort to stop individuals...

Numbers returning from India cut because of increase in quarantine cases

Apr 23, 2021 11:51 am UTC| Economy

The numbers of Australian citizens and permanent residents allowed to return from India and other COVID high risk countries are to be restricted. With COVID surging in India, the cases in quarantine among people...

Major reform of surveillance laws proposed by review

Dec 06, 2020 09:25 am UTC| Law

A new single legislative framework governing electronic surveillance activities in Australia has been recommended by a sweeping review of the nations intelligence laws. The review found the existing laws governing this...

Global Geopolitics Series

Australia demands apology from China over 'repugnant' slur on Twitter

Dec 01, 2020 09:15 am UTC| Politics

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has demanded China apologise for and Twitter remove a highly offensive tweet depicting an Australian soldier with a knife to the throat of a child. Morrison described the tweet as...

Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate quits in Cartier watches affair

Nov 02, 2020 06:53 am UTC| Business

Chief of Australia Post Christine Holgate has fallen on her sword, admitting the optics of her gift of Cartier watches to four high-performing employees did not pass the pub test for many people. Holgates Monday...

United States' standing wanes on Lowy Asia power index

Oct 20, 2020 00:06 am UTC| Economy

The United States has registered the largest fall in relative regional power of any country in the Indo-Pacific during the last year, according to the Lowy Institutes Asia Power Index. The index, started in 2018, ranks...

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Economy

Activision Blizzard criticized as employees sign a petition for the management to recognize the seriousness of the issue

Activision Blizzard is currently dealing with heavy backlash from its employees, not just because of the previously reported frat boy culture at the workplace but also due to how the company responded to the lawsuit that...

Walmart adds full college tuition and book payments to part-time and full-time employees

Walmart revealed on Tuesday, July 27, that it will be paying for its staffs full college tuition fees, including the books. The company will shoulder the college schooling of its around 1.5 million full and part-time...

Starbucks, Nestle extend collaboration to bring ready-to-drink coffee to Southeast Asia, Latin America, and Oceania

Starbucks and Nestle just made an announcement that they will be extending their collaboration to be able to distribute ready-to-drink coffee to other parts of the world. To be more specific, the companies strategic...

Campbell's redesigns its cans after 50 years

Campbells soup cans were redesigned for the first time in 50 years, so customers will see new labels when they purchase the popular canned soup products. While the color scheme remained white and red, the font may change a...

Politics

Russia: Vladimir Putin commissions warplanes to be used in case of nuclear war

Countries are on the alert for Russias military activities as tensions remain over certain issues. This week, the Kremlin has commissioned the construction of two new military warplanes in case a nuclear war may...

Capitol insurrection: Video footage of rioters assaulting police officers played during first committee hearing

Law enforcement officials took the most beatings during the January 6 insurrection, resulting in dozens of officials severely injured from the violence. During the House Select Committees first hearing, a new video edit of...

Jovenel Moise assassination: Haitian leader's security coordinator arrested

A few weeks following the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, he was laid to rest last week. In another development in the investigation, Haitian authorities have arrested and detained Moises security...

Joe Biden weighs in on vaccine mandate for federal workers as VA makes vaccine mandatory for health workers

With the rising cases among Americans who have not been vaccinated, Joe Biden and his administration have been ramping up efforts in ensuring more people get their shots. Biden this week weighed in on making vaccinations...

Science

Hyundai Mobis develops brainwave analyzer to prevent drowsy driving

Hyundai Mobis developed a brainwave detection device dubbed M. Brain to alert motor vehicle operators against drowsy driving or sudden health issues. The M.Brain analyzes brainwaves to determine the drivers health...

Osaka University ties up with town of Okoppe to turn cow poop into methanol using LEDs

Researchers from the Osaka University and the town of Okoppe are conducting studies to produce methanol by illuminating biogas from cow manure with LEDs. Experiments were conducted at an agricultural and scientific...

Big bang: how we are trying to 'listen' to it – and the new physics it could unveil

Exactly what happened at the beginning of the universe, 14 billion years ago, is one of the greatest mysteries in physics theres no simple way to probe it. Thats because, in its early stages, the universe was filled with...

S. Korean researchers reveal method of using fat insects in producing eco-friendly biodiesel

South Korean researchers announced a method of producing environment-friendly fuels by utilizing the remains of high-fat black soldier flies. The method uses leftover fat from black soldier flies to produce animal feed,...

Nestlé, PepsiCo, and Suntory debut world’s first enzymatically recycled bottles

A consortium that includes Nestlé, PepsiCo, and Suntory has produced the worlds first food-grade PET plastic bottles from enzymatically recycled plastic using Carbios recycling process. The bottles that have been...

Technology

‘Pokémon Unite’ gets first post-launch character and its Gardevoir

Just a week after Pokémon Unite officially launched on Nintendo Switch, the game received its first-ever addition. Gardevoir was added to the roster on early Wednesday, adding another powerful choice to the list of...

‘GTA V’ is leaving Xbox Game Pass in a couple of weeks

GTA V has to be one of the biggest additions to the Xbox Game Pass library this year. However, subscribers may be losing their free access to the popular game soon just when the rumor mill started picking up clues that...

‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ version 1.11 goes live on July 29

It has been a while since Animal Crossing: New Horizons received an update with a lineup of free content, but the drought is finally ending this week. Nintendo has announced the official release date for version 1.11,...

Facebook offers free silicone cover amid Oculus Quest 2 recall due to skin irritation reports

Facebook will recall Oculus Quest 2 units worldwide and postpone its sales for a few weeks due to reports that the VR headsets foam padding is causing skin irritation on some users. For existing owners of the device, the...

‘Fortnite’ survey hints at possible D’Amelio sisters, Selena Gomez, and ‘Naruto’ collaborations

Collaboration with major brands and franchises, internet personalities, and successful artists have become a major part of Fortnite in recent years. And fans may already have the list of the most likely celebrities and...
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