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What is Inside Canberra?

Inside Canberra is Australia’s longest continuously running political publication first published in 1947.
It was the publication of the late Rob Chalmers who was the longest serving member of the Canberra Press Gallery serving 51 years.

Inside Canberra is not interested in the trivialities of politics.

Our focus is on the impact of policy on the bottom line of corporations, the wealth and lifestyle of individuals and the operation of institutions.

We will examine the implementation of policy; its benefits and its unintended consequences. Between them John McDonnell and Michael Keating have fifty years’ experience in the business of governments at Federal, State and International level.

The Inside Canberra publication is totally independent, with no allegiance to political parties, advertisers, or other pressure groups.

The Inside Canberra Editors focus specifically on situations confronting you day by day. Our writing style enables fast reading, ensuring you can find essential facts quickly and easily.

The contents often contain the ‘seeds of opportunity’ and, if you keep every issue, you’ll have answers right at hand when you need them – even for questions you may not anticipate right now.

The Inside Canberra publication can often provide you with a fresh view on a subject or add another voice, to bring new thinking. They are also ideal material for Reports, Presentations, Interviews and Speeches.

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Meet The Team

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Michael Keating, Editor-in-Chief
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Our Focus

Our focus is on the impact of policy on the bottom line of corporations, the wealth and lifestyle of individuals and the operation of institutions.
We will examine the implementation of policy; its benefits and its unintended consequences. Between them John McDonnell and Michael Keating have fifty years’ experience in the business of governments at Federal, State and International level.

 

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