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10.00pm, Tuesday on Channel 7 and 7plus
David Koch, Mark Riley and Gemma Acton break down the numbers
As inflation and the cost-of-living crisis continue to bite, join 7NEWS to break down how the Albanese Government’s 2023 budget will hit your hip pocket.
7NEWS Chief Political Editor Mark Riley, Network Finance Editor Gemma Acton and Sunrise co-host and finance guru David Koch will lead the analysis, as Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers delivers his second budget from 7.30pm tonight, from Parliament House, Canberra.
From 6.00pm, Canberra’s most informed political editor Mark Riley will deliver breaking news on the expected $15 billion dollar relief package designed to assist struggling families, pensioners, and small businesses.
Stay on Channel 7 and 7plus for updates throughout the night, before The Latest at 10.00pm with Gemma Acton begins the deep dive into the numbers. Joining the program, Mark Riley will speak to Treasurer Chalmers and Shadow Treasurer Angus Taylor.
Adding analysis and insights, The Latest’s expert panel will include Labor marketing strategist Dee Madigan, BetaShares chief economist David Bassanese and ANZ senior economist Felicity Emmett.
Sunrise will continue Seven’s extensive coverage from 5.30am Wednesday, with David Koch canvassing reaction and offering insights into the Budget’s biggest winners and losers.
As always, evening news bulletins in Perth will have first extensive coverage of the federal budget, due to time difference.
Next Monday’s Q+A will be devoted to the budget with a one-on-one special with Treasurer Jim Chalmers.
How come 7:30 host Sarah Ferguson isn’t involved in the ABC Budget coverage?
Sarah tweeted last week she was travelling overseas for a family emergency, so she would take leave from hosting 7.30.
Really enjoying ABC coverage. Seems like they’ve mixed it up a bit.
ABC doing a great job