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The sixth season of If You’re Listening tells the story of Australia’s turbulent history with climate change, and what that means for the future. As we approach a federal election where climate and energy is a key battleground, this 8 episode series will examine how Australia wasted decades fighting change, instead of capitalising on it.
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As Australians prepare to head to the polls on Saturday, one issue has been glaringly ignored throughout the campaign.Almost no-one has been talking about COVID, even though our infection rates are still, per capita, among the highest in the world. Today, Co-host of the ABC's Coronacast, Dr Norman Swan, on what's been happening with the virus, and …
We start today’s show 66 million years in the past, when the last dinosaurs were around, and learn about an impressive fossil. Then, we’ll hear about some important news about traditional owners getting there land back. After that, we’ll head out for a few marathons with a would-be world record holder, before celebrating our amazing frontline worke…
One million Americans have now died from COVID-19. In this ABC News special we look back at the last two years and examine how, for the rest of us, life has changed. ABC's Alex Stone visits Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to check on the morale of frontline workers. Cheri Preston investigates the toll the pandemic has taken on our mental…
Is dipping into your super to buy a first home a good idea - or will it hike prices and jeopardise retirements?What will an expanded NATO mean for European security in an age of Russian aggression; andConcerns for the safety of nurses as an outback hospital fails a security audit.
Authorities in the United States say the gunman who shot and killed 10 people in a supermarket in Buffalo, in New York state, had been looking for locations with a high concentration of Black residents.
Authorities say Buffalo mass shooting a 'racially motivated hate crime'; President Biden to visit Buffalo after mass shooting; Buffalo community comes together. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy ABC News
Vika and Linda had one of their busiest recording years in 2020, releasing three highly successful albums.Album 'Akilotoa' debuted at #1 on the ARIA charts, and 'Sunday (The Gospel According To ISO)' and 'The Wait' both reached #2 - and now they're taking them on tour.
The Prime Minister used the weekend's Coalition campaign launch to unveil two new housing policies. They're geared at people on opposite ends of the spectrum - those wanting to enter the property market for the first time, and older Australians looking to downsize.
An Albanese Government would invest almost $1 billion in Medicare to improve access to GP's and boost treatment options. Shadow Health Minister Mark Butler rejects Coalition claims it’s a political slush fund, saying the money would be spent on a plan that the Morrison Government announced in 2019, but has so far failed to fund.…
The super homebuyer scheme was the centrepiece of the Liberal Party's official campaign launch, so is it going to be a game-changer?The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
Industry super funds have condemned the government's plan to allow first home owners to access their superannuation to buy a home.Former Labor Minister Greg Combet is the Chair of Industry Super Australia and he rejects the scheme, saying superannuation should remain for retirement income.
Superannuation Minister Jane Hume says the super home-buyer scheme will see a “bump” in the house prices at least in the short term. But taking a longer view, she says it's a win-win, as it will generate a better quality of living during a person’s working life and in retirement.
The Coalition is trailing Labor in the opinion polls, with the Prime Minister pivoting and pitching to younger voters on the issue of housing affordabilityWith just five days to go until polling day, two election analysts give their verdicts on the latest state of play.
If you're someone who's dabbled in digital currencies like Bitcoin, the past few weeks would've been quite stressful.Around one trillion dollars was wiped off the value of the entire crypto market in the past month.
For the past few years, the Coalition has been accused of stacking the Administrative Appeals Tribunal with former MPs and advisers. The Australian Institute has done a deep dive of every single appointment made to the tribunal since 1996, and it's found that political appointments have sky-rocketed.…
The United Nations, the US and the European Union have called for a full investigation into the killing of an Al Jazeera journalist.Shiren Abu Akleh was reportedly shot in the head during an Israeli military raid in the West Bank town of Jenin, with some witnesses claiming she was shot by Israeli troops.…
The Ukrainian rap and folk band Kalush Orchestra has won the Eurovision Song Contest with 'Stefania', which has become a rallying cry against the war.European viewers and juries delivered a symbolic, pop culture endorsement of solidarity behind Ukraine in its defense against Russia's invasion.
Former Fijian prisoner officer has convinced immigration authorities in Australia that he would be at risk of persecution if he was sent home against his will. Hendrik de Wachter has been granted permanent residency after a long legal battle and hopes to be reunited with his family soon.
Pacific countries are struggling to find workers for the tourism industry as international borders begin to re-open and more people look to travel, and human rights advocates defend Vanuatu's queer community for voicing their desire to join the police force.
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ABC's Stephanie Ramos has the latest developments on a mass shooting inside of a Buffalo, New York supermarket. Then, George Stephanopoulos talks through what we know about the shooter with ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas and ABC News National Security Analyst John Cohen. After that George goes one-on-one with House Speaker Nancy…
With only a week to go until election day, the Coalition has officially launched its election campaign. The centrepiece of the launch was the official unveiling of a policy to use superannuation for housing.
Ukraine has won this year's Eurovision Song Contest with folk-rap group Kalush Orchestra winning for their entry 'Stefania'.
Analysis by SBS of AEC data, has revealed the polling stations and electorates in Australia that have successfully picked the winner of the last nine consecutive federal elections.
Man opens fire on shoppers in Buffalo, New York supermarket; Abortion rights protests draws thousands; Parents nationwide search for baby formula. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy ABC News
The recent signing of the security pact between China and the Solomon Island has sent shock waves through the Federal election campaign. Questions are being asked about our relationship with the Solomon Islands and with other Pacific nations. What is behind Australia’s relationship with the Pacific nations?…
Joining Kelli Underwood to discuss the biggest stories in sport this week are Waleed Aly, Catherine Murphy, and Fatima Kdouh.
He's long been hailed as a great campaigner – but there's little evidence Scott Morrison is winning this one. With less than a week to go – and with more than a million early votes already cast – Labor's still holding a commanding lead in the polls. And as you'll see – in this marginal seat of Reid – the sentiment towards the Prime Minister remains…
Mike Bowers talks the week in pictures with Mark Humphries.
David Speers interviews Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese.
David Speers interviews Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
In the final pre-election, 90-minute program, David Speers interviews Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg. ABC's own Laura Tingle, Network Ten's Peter van Onselen, and Sarah Martin of Guardian Australia discuss the issues of the week. Mike Bowers talks the week in pictures with Mark Humphries. Casey Briggs breaks down t…
ABC's own Laura Tingle, Peter van Onselen of Network Ten, and Guardian Australia's Sarah Martin discuss the issues of the week.
David Speers speaks to voters in the marginal seat of Reid.
20/20 features a never-before-broadcast interview that provides insight into the mind of a serial killer, who confessed to 10 murders from 1990-1994, and an exclusive interview with the only surviving victim. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy ABC News
US reaches the grim milestone of 1 million COVID-19 deaths; More than 250,000 US children lost a parent or caregiver to COVID-19. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy ABC News
Labor is committing $970 million to Medicare and local health funding if elected to government.
Livestock producers across Australia are on high alert following the detection of foot and mouth disease in Indonesia, avocado growers are dumping their fruit by the truckload as production outstrips demand.
Last month Afghanistan witnessed more attacks by the self-proclaimed Islamic State group targeting ordinary people, than at any other time since the Taliban takeover. Report produced by BBC’s Secunder Kermani.