Step aside Antony Green.
Today is the NSW state election and our very own Jason Gunst has called it for the Coalition.
Has he backed the right horse?
Everyone's talking about AUKUS, the outlandishly expensive deal that will see Australia gain eight nuclear submarines.
Interestingly, polls suggest Australians largely support the move.
We discuss the projected $368bn cost in the midst of a cost-of-living crisis, and what AUKUS may mean for Australia.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant for Putin for war crimes, specifically the unlawful transfer of Ukrainian children to Russia.
This means that he will be arrested and sent to The Hague if he travels to one of the ICC’s member states.
Porter Mattinson questions the use of these arrest warrants, noting they have never been issued to a Western or Western-allied individual.
Last week, IBAC reported a 14 per cent increase in complaints against Victoria Police over the past year.
In an attempt to restore faith in the force, Shane Patton, Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, has publicly warned officers severe measures will be used to tackle misconduct.
Ellie Claringbold talks about the limitations of using IBAC to uncover police corruption and the need for independent police oversight.
This week it's Moira Deeming in the bin for her anti-trans views.
Unfortunately we're stuck with her in Parliament whether she is expelled from the Liberal Party or not.
The team also talks freedom of speech and a possible leadership spill.