SKY NEWS AUSTRALIA will broadcast live coverage of the 2022 Federal Budget

As the Federal Election looms, Sky News’ award-winning team of journalists and political commentators will bring viewers the all-important and anticipated pre-election Budget 2022 as rendered on March 29.

With the growing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, soaring oil and grocery prices, continued recovery efforts from recent flooding on Australia’s east coast, and the third phase of the coronavirus pandemic, With COVID-19 continuing to wreak havoc on the small business and tourism sector, the path to recovery as outlined in Budget 2022 could be a deal breaker for many voters ahead of the upcoming federal election .

Coverage starts from 4:30 p.m. with a special budget in Business now with Ross Greenwood.

At 5 p.m., The Kenny Report with Chris Kenny will set the stage for the evening ahead, exploring all the possibilities and ramifications of the budget.

At 6 p.m., a special 90-minute edition of Credlin anchored by an award-winning columnist and commentator Peta Credlin. Peta will be joined by some of Australia’s leading financial and economic experts to break down the role the budget will play in the upcoming federal election race.

AT 7:30 p.m., Live from the House of Representatives, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg will present the Morrison government’s 2022 budget.

After the speech, live from Canberra, Chief News Anchor Kieran Gilbert tracks Budget 2022 from 8:00 p.m. with ideas from the political editor Andrew Clennellpolitical presenter Laura JayesBusiness Editor Ross Greenwood and interviews with Frydenberg and Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers for immediate response, comment and analysis.

In a Sky News exclusive, immediate reaction from critical voters as a political reporter Tom Connell is live with undecided voters in Australia’s most marginalized constituency, Macquarie, where their verdict could influence the election.

Then at 9 p.m. Paul Murray joins the conversation with a special Budget edition of Paul Murray Live as he breaks down what the budget means for ordinary Australians.

The analysis continues at 10:30 p.m. with The first page like Jenna Clarke takes a first look at the national newspapers the next day and their take on the 2022 budget.

Wednesday, March 30 Sky News: Budget 2022 coverage continues to bring viewers all the post-budget analysis, fallout and answers.

From 5:30 a.m., First edition – economical breakfast, Peter Stefanovic anchor in the morning after the cover.

Peter will be accompanied by Tom Connell back on the streets of Western Sydney to get a live gauge of the people who matter most, the voters. Tom will ask the most important question: has the budget changed their vote in the next federal election?

On Thursday 31 March at 7.30pm, Sky News will broadcast live coverage as Leader of the Opposition Anthony Albanian delivers Labour’s official budget response.

Programming of the 2022 budget:

SUNDAY March 27

8:00 a.m. Sunday agenda Kieran Gilbert is one-on-one with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg for a pre-budget interview

Tuesday 29 March

4:30 p.m. Business now with Ross Greenwood

5:00 p.m. The Kenny Report with Chris Kenny

6:00 p.m. Credlin: Special budget 2022 with Peta Credlin

7:30 p.m. Budget 2022: Speech by the Treasurer with Josh Frydenberg

8:00 p.m. Budget 2022 live with Kieran Gilbert

9:00 p.m. Paul Murray live with Paul Murray

10:30 p.m. The front page with Jenna Clarke

WEDNESDAY March 30

5:30 a.m. First edition – Economy breakfast with Peter Stefanovic

Thursday, March 31st

7:30 p.m. Budget 2022: official budget response from the Labor Party with Anthony Albanese

SkyNews.com.au will also broadcast Budget 2022 Tuesday, March 29 from 7:30 p.m.

*Every hour in AEDT

Budget 2022 LIVE on Sky News from 4.30pm, March 29. Stream Sky News on Flash or watch on Foxtel and Sky News Regional.

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