Plenty to discuss this week – the Federal Government has unveiled its $250 million rescue package for the decimated arts industry, the stain of branch stacking continues to plague the Labor party, and university fees are set for the biggest shake up in a decade.
Also, claims of sexual harassment have rocked the High Court, youth unemployment is skyrocketing and all this against a backdrop of a COVID spike in Victoria.
Q+A is live with guest host Virginia Trioli on Monday, June 29 at 9.35pm AEST.
Joining Virginia on the panel live:
Paul Fletcher, Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts
Bill Shorten, Former Labor leader
Katie Noonan, Singer, producer and songwriter
Yasmin Poole, Writer and youth advocate
Sue Morphet, President, Chief Executive Women
Katie Noonan will close the show with a performance of one of the songs from her new album, The Sweetest Taboo.
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*live streaming locally at:
SA 8.05pm; NT 8.05pm; WA 6.35pm