triple j

Hack brings you the stories that matter to young people. Every weekday host Dave Marchese and the triple j Hack team cover the latest news, politics and culture from all around Australia.

Radio: ABC Classic FM

Categories: News & Politics

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With some of the biggest music festivals in the country taking a break this year, some Aussie acts are heading out on regional tours to play for as many punters as possible.  And the Premier of South Australia wants to ban big lobbyists, big businesses, unions and you from donating to political campaigns. So, how would the plan work?  Plus, should we be worried about an egg shortage? Australia's biggest outbreak of bird flu has hit five egg farms in Victoria with over 800,000 birds culled and a chance some businesses could go under.  Guests: Kate Griffiths, democracy researcher, Grattan Institute Jesse Higgs, founder, Party in the Paddock Michael "Maje" Kolmajer, bassist, Rum Jungle

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