Voluntary Assisted Dying is a now legal end-of-life option in New South Wales, however some people still face discrimination. Suzanne James reports.
Suzanne James speaks with Greens Senator David Shoebridge about war crimes, whistleblowers and weed.
Independent MP for Wollondilly Judy Hannan was recognised for improving the position of elected female representatives. Suzanne James reports.
Suzanne James looks at the NDIS review panel's interim report and finds even the people who built the NDIS are still struggling to clearly define all its moving parts.
Suzanne James asks if Australia can really find its way back to Whitlam-style free education policy when so many are ensnared in a hunger-games economy, driven by the greed of the privileged, privately-educated few?
Suzanne James looks at the latest in a long line of attempts to once again legalise the personal use of marijuana.
Suzanne James talks to investigative journalist Michael West about the PricewaterhouseCoopers secrets-for-sale scandal.
Beneath the outrage around PricewaterhouseCoopers conflict-of-interest allegations lies a decades-old, bitter truth: once government accountability was privatised, it was only ever going to end one way. Suzanne James reports.
Suzanne James spoke to newly-elected female Independent MP Judy Hannan about the opportunities for a progressive cross-bench with a minority NSW Labor government.
Suzanne James talks to Judy Hannan, newly elected Independent MP for Wollondilly and Southern Highlands in NSW.
A parliamentary inquiry into the Australian Securities and Investments Commission has revealed startling evidence about some of its operations. Suzanne James reports.
Isaac Nellist, who is standing on the Socialist Alliance Legislative Council ticket in the NSW election, talks about the campaign.
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