The Project is a New Zealand current affairs show hosted by Jesse Mulligan, Kanoa Lloyd and Jeremy Corbett with rotating guest panelists. It draws topical and controversial current affairs content as well as comedy from recent news stories.
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This series is the continuation of The 7PM Project (2009). The on-screen title was changed when the series had its start time brought forward from 7:00p.m. to 6:30p.m. to replace the axed George Negus Tonight (2001), and had its duration extended from 30 minutes to one hour. See more »
A bilious mouthpiece for fawning Liberal Lefties where White Male Aussie bashing is a prime pastime (despite the 'inclusive' addition of Steve Price). Unendingly critical of anything that is not 120% politically correct and quite honestly miserable and opinionated in its general news coverage. The prime concern seems to be to lambaste anything that represents the values that have made Australia one of the most progressive and tolerant of societies on the planet. And yes, a progressive and tolerant Australia was well and truly a thing long before these misery merchants showed up on the scene wiling to pump any 'hard-luck' story that would make copy among the mewling liberal masses.
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