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Sydney Q&A: From Budget to Ballot

 

The 2019 Federal Budget. What it means for the election and you. 

 

The 2019 Federal Budget is the last pitch for the Morrison government before the election. How will the Coalition prioritise spending over the next four years? What are the key differences in Labor’s response? Who’s stronger on the issues you care about most?

 

A week after the budget is released, join three of the nation’s most experienced commentators – Paul Kelly, Chris Kenny and Judith Sloan – for this subscriber-only Q&A on the 2019 Federal Budget.

 

Seats are limited so book yours now.

 

Chris Kenny, Associate Editor

 

Chris Kenny an Associate Editor of The Australian, host and commentator on Sky News and radio 2GB, has published two books, written columns for The Advertiser, Sunday Mail and Adelaide Review and is a former chief of staff to the foreign minister Alexander Downer and Malcolm Turnbull when he was opposition leader. 

 

Paul Kelly, Editor-at-Large

 

Paul Kelly is Editor-at-Large on The Australian. He was previously the paper's Editor-in-Chief. Paul is a political commentator, historian and television commentator on Sky News. He has covered at close quarters every prime minister from Gough Whitlam and Malcolm Turnbull and has written nine books on Australian politics, public policy and history. 

 

Judith Sloan, Contributing Economics Editor 


A regular contributor to The Australian as well as a company director, professor and one of Australia’s best-known economists, Judith is a leading figure in business and academia. She has held a number of government appointments and sits on several company boards. 

 

Event details:

 

When: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

 

Where: Sydney Museum, Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000

 

Time: Drinks and canapés from 6:00 pm. Q&A commences at 6:30 pm.

 

Cost: $25pp + GST

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