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English, National/National politics/National assembly, 1 season, 498 episodes, 7 hours, 10 minutes
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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
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Israel admits 'tragic mistake' in Rafah attack

International condemnation as Benjamin Netanyahu orders an investigation into an airstrike on a tent camp in Gaza which killed 45 people.
5/27/202419 minutes, 59 seconds
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PNG landslide survivors desperate for food and shelter

Political instability hits Papua New Guinea as a deadly landslide kills hundreds of people in the country's highlands - survivors are in a desperate search for food, water, and shelter.
5/26/202420 minutes, 20 seconds
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Social media company X loses key fight in court

Courts find social media company X can be held liable for hate speech published on its platform.
5/23/202420 minutes, 23 seconds
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Conservatives facing defeat as Sunak calls early UK election

With polls showing Labour's set to sweep the Conservatives out of Downing Street, the British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak calls an early election.
5/22/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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CSIRO skewers case for nuclear energy

Twice as expensive and 15 years to build - Australia's peak scientific body assesses the viability of nuclear power against renewable energy sources.
5/21/202420 minutes, 13 seconds
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Assange handed legal lifeline

Britain's High Court hands Julian Assange a legal lifeline, ruling he can appeal his extradition to the United States.
5/20/202420 minutes, 21 seconds
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Iran's President missing after helicopter crash

Serious concerns about Iran's President and Foreign Minister who are missing after a helicopter crash - adding more tension into a region already wracked by conflict.
5/19/202420 minutes, 17 seconds
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Dutton calls for immigration cut to solve housing crisis

In his budget reply, Peter Dutton calls for a drastic cut in immigration to solve Australia's housing crisis.
5/16/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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Is the Budget spending enough on health?

It was a big Budget for health with new money for urgent care clinics and a digital counselling service but doctors and psychologists aren't convinced it's enough.
5/15/202420 minutes, 11 seconds
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Budget spends big to ease cost-of-living pressures

Energy bill relief, increased rent assistance and tax cuts for all - it's a Federal Budget aimed at easing cost-of-living pressures but the big question for economists is whether it's going to help the Reserve Bank curb inflation?
5/14/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Back to back surplus in tonight's federal budget

For the first time in nearly 20 years, a federal government will claim a back-to-back surplus. The Treasurer is forecast a surplus for the current financial year of close to ten billion dollars.
5/13/202420 minutes, 25 seconds
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Gloomy economic outlook for tomorrow's budget

A gloomy economic outlook is set to dominate tomorrow's federal budget, as the Albanese government attempts to balance cost-of-living relief with the need to keep inflation down.
5/12/202420 minutes, 27 seconds
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Indigenous women gather for footy

The Federal Government faces a backlash from its own backbench over it's plan for more investment in gas.
5/9/202420 minutes, 22 seconds
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Federal government to release Gas strategy.

As the federal government is releasing its future Gas strategy
5/8/202420 minutes, 21 seconds
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Besieged Palestinians cut off from aid

Besieged Palestinians cut off from aid as Israel's seizes the main border crossing into Gaza.
5/7/202420 minutes, 11 seconds
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HAMAS accepts ceasefire deal

Hamas accepts a cease-fire proposal from Israel to halt fighting in Gaza but can it prevent the planned assault on Rafah where more than half of Gaza’s population, is sheltering?
5/6/202419 minutes, 59 seconds
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Online radicalisation of teens back in spotlight

The online radicalisation of vulnerable teens back in the spotlight in the wake of the police shooting of a 16 year old in WA.
5/5/202420 minutes, 9 seconds
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An Australian family's plea for two missing men in Mexico

A Perth family is pleading for help in the search for two Australians missing in Mexico.
5/2/202420 minutes, 3 seconds
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Is a billion dollars enough to stop gendered violence?

Nearly a billion dollars to stop violence against women - what do frontline services think of the government's plan?
5/1/202420 minutes, 14 seconds
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The Bright Side: refugee relief, reading wars, and citizen scientists

The Bright Side shines a light on stories of hope and problem-solving people around Australia.
5/1/202425 minutes
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National Cabinet meets to discuss domestic violence

National Cabinet set to meet to address rising rates of domestic violence tearing at the nation's social fabric.
4/30/202420 minutes, 1 second
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Government's billion dollar gamble on Quantum computing

The Government takes a billion dollar gamble to develop the world's first commercially viable quantum computer network.
4/29/202420 minutes, 14 seconds
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National Cabinet to discuss violence against women

As Australians rally against violence towards women, the Prime Minister calls a National Cabinet meeting to discuss what can be done.
4/28/202420 minutes, 22 seconds
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"Me Too" bombshell ruling

A New York appeals court overturns Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's conviction for sex crimes, setting up a re-trial of the case.
4/25/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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The Bright Side: hope through pain, saving turtles, and being debt free

The Bright Side shines a light on stories of hope and problem-solving people around Australia.
4/24/202425 minutes
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Honouring the ANZACs

This ANZAC Day, Australians commemorate those who've sacrificed to make our country safe - hear one family's story. For four generations they've proudly served. Now,  they want to highlight the contribution Indigenous people have made to our military.
4/24/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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Bail review ordered another woman killed

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
4/23/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Albanese calls Musk 'arrogant billionaire'

Billionaire Elon Musk cries censorship as the Federal Court orders social media platform X to hide video footage of the Sydney church stabbing.
4/22/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Sydney honours stabbing victims

As Sydney honours the victims of the Bondi mass murder - both sides of politics look set to back a crackdown on the spread of misinformation on social media.
4/21/202420 minutes, 24 seconds
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"A preventable tragedy": concerns about the child protection system

"A preventable tragedy": concerns about an overwhelmed child protection system after the suicide of a child in Western Australia.
4/18/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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The Bright Side: four-day school week, Red Centre lights, and teen parents

The Bright Side shines a light on stories of hope and problem-solving people around Australia.
4/17/202425 minutes
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Sydney deals with grief as Bondi Junction prepares to re-open

Comprehending, reflecting and moving on - Sydney deals with grief as Bondi Junction prepares to re-open up after Saturday's brutality.
4/17/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Tensions simmer after stabbing

A call for calm as tensions simmer across Sydney after the stabbing of an Assyrian priest during a church service.
4/16/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Priest targeted in brutal Sydney stabbing

Sydney on edge after a Priest targeted in a stabbing attack - police then facing an angry and violent crowd.
4/15/202420 minutes, 24 seconds
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Were women the target of the Bondi attack?

Tributes flowing in the for the victims of the deadly stabbing attack at Sydney's Bondi Junction - Police are now trying to piece together what happened and why?
4/14/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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OJ Simpson dies aged 76

The former American football star OJ Simpson, who was controversially acquitted of the murder of his ex-wife, has died; Ukraine passes a bill to boost its number of troops more than two years since Russia's invasion; And it's one of the biggest pressure points for State and Federal Governments - with builders going broke and struggling with labour shortages - how can housing needs be met?
4/11/202420 minutes, 22 seconds
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The Bright Side: housing equality, superstar kids, and future farming

The Bright Side shines a light on stories of hope and problem-solving people around Australia.
4/10/202425 minutes
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Biden considers dropping Assange prosecution

Hope for Julian Assange as President Biden considers dropping the prosecution of the WikiLeaks founder; Anthony Albanese outlines a second-term economic agenda promising a 'future made in Australia' with increased government assistance for 'growth industries' including clean energy, batteries and critical minerals; and a world-first developed here in Australia - a TV program made for kids in hospital by kids in hospital. 
4/10/202420 minutes, 13 seconds
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Australia considers recognising Palestinian statehood

The Foreign Minister suggests Australia's considering recognising Palestinian statehood saying it's the only way to achieve lasting peace
4/9/202419 minutes, 51 seconds
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AUKUS considering tie-in with Japan

Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom are starting formal talks about including Japan in the so-called AUKUS defence partnership.
4/8/202420 minutes, 14 seconds
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Stiff penalties proposed for supermarkets

A review into Australia's supermarket giants recommends turning a voluntary code into a compulsory one, and stiff penalties if they do the wrong thing by consumers and producers.
4/7/202420 minutes, 31 seconds
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Israel warned US support hangs in balance

Joe Biden warns US support for Israel hangs in the balance in the wake of the deadly airstrike on aid workers in Gaza.
4/4/202420 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Bright Side: housing dreams, people power, and trading sapphires

If it seems like nothing is going right in the world, then The Bright Side is for you.
4/3/202425 minutes
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Pressure growing on Israel after aid worker deaths

Pressure growing on Israel after the deaths of seven aid workers
4/3/202420 minutes, 18 seconds
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Outrage as Israel admits killing aid workers

International outrage as Israel admits it carried out a deadly strike that killed seven aid workers - including an Australian.
4/2/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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Israel blamed for killing senior Iranian commander

Fears of another Middle East flashpoint rising as Iran accuses Israel of killing one of its top commanders in an airstrike in Damascus.
4/1/202420 minutes, 17 seconds
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Israelis demand ceasefire for hostages

In the biggest protests since the start of the Gaza conflict - Israelis take to the streets demanding a ceasefire with Hamas to free dozens of hostages still held by the terror group.
3/31/202419 minutes, 39 seconds
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Investigators piece together Baltimore bridge collapse details

Investigators piecing together what caused a cargo ship to plough into a bridge in the US city of Baltimore - killing at least six people.
3/27/202420 minutes, 12 seconds
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Baltimore bridge collapses after container ship collision

Chaos in Baltimore as a container ship ploughs into a bridge causing it to collapse - people are missing and it's forced the shutdown of one of the world's biggest ports.
3/26/202420 minutes, 12 seconds
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Israel furious as Security Council votes for Gaza ceasefire

Israel's furious with the US as it stands aside allowing the UN Security Council to vote for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
3/25/202420 minutes, 24 seconds
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Putin tries to link Ukraine to Moscow massacre

An offshoot of Islamic State claims responsibility for the deadly attack on a Moscow concert hall.
3/24/202420 minutes, 17 seconds
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Tasmania heading towards minority government

Join Sabra Lane for a comprehensive wrap-up of the Tasmanian election.
3/23/202424 minutes, 58 seconds
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US launches massive lawsuit against Apple

The US government to chase tech giant Apple in the courts - accusing it of 'uncompetitive behaviour' to maintain a monopoly over smartphones.
3/21/202420 minutes, 4 seconds
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How strata companies rip off apartment owners

Conflicts of interest and opaque side-deals with contractors - how Australia's strata management industry is costing apartment owners millions of dollars in unnecessary fees.
3/20/202420 minutes, 18 seconds
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Hong Kong passes tough new security laws

China's Foreign Minister flies into Canberra for high level talks with his Australian counterpart Penny Wong as Hong Kong passes tough new security laws.
3/19/202420 minutes, 15 seconds
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Tech companies warned to take down extremist content

The online safety watchdog warns big tech companies to take extremist material off their platforms or face consequences.
3/18/202420 minutes, 23 seconds
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Australian visas reissued to Palestinians

Australia reinstates visas for people fleeing Gaza as communities here react to funding being restored to a controversial United Nations aid program.
3/17/202420 minutes, 31 seconds
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Pay decision looms for aged care workers

It was key recommendation of the Aged Care Royal Commission and  today workers in the sectors will learn if they're to get a substantial pay increase.
3/14/202419 minutes, 34 seconds
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The US moves to ban Chinese-owned Tiktok

The US moves to ban Chinese-owned Tiktok - is the social media app a threat to democracy or is silencing it a danger to free speech?
3/13/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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Minister under pressure after another detainee bungle

The Immigration Minister under pressure with yet another Home Affairs bungle over a group of detainees with criminal backgrounds.
3/12/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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Big boost to indigenous housing

The Prime Minister announces a four billion dollar boost to indigenous housing in remote communities.
3/11/202420 minutes, 13 seconds
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Outer suburbs driving EV sales

It's not just inner-city elites - how motorists in our outer suburbs are driving the growth in electric vehicle sales.
3/10/202420 minutes, 23 seconds
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US to announce port to get more aid into Gaza

US President Joe Biden to announce plans for a temporary port, to get more aid into Gaza, as aid groups warn of famine in the besieged territory.
3/7/202420 minutes, 31 seconds
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Government to pay super on parental leave

The Federal Government could soon pay superannuation on paid parental leave.
3/6/202419 minutes, 26 seconds
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Americans vote in Super Tuesday primaries

Americans vote in Super Tuesday primaries
3/5/202420 minutes, 9 seconds
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Crucial legal victory for Trump

The US Supreme Court rules in Donald Trump's favour - allowing the former President to stay on state ballot papers.
3/4/202420 minutes, 26 seconds
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Coalition positive despite Dunkley by-election loss

Is the Coalition considering making small nuclear reactors the centrepiece of its energy policy?
3/3/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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More than one hundred killed in Gaza as shots fired in food aid scramble

More than one hundred people have been killed Gaza after Israeli soldiers fired warning shots as civilians scramble for food aid.
2/29/202420 minutes, 8 seconds
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Former politician accused of working for foreign spies

"Selling out" their country, party and colleagues - Australia's domestic spy chief accuses a former Australian politician of being recruited by a foreign power.
2/28/202420 minutes, 24 seconds
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Police confident they've found murdered couple

Families arrive as Police are confident they've found the bodies of missing couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies - allegedly murdered by a serving officer.
2/27/202420 minutes, 13 seconds
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NSW Police excluded from Mardi Gras after murders

Organisers of the Sydney Mardi Gras ask Police not to take part as their community grieves the deaths of two men ... allegedly murdered by a serving officer.
2/26/202420 minutes, 16 seconds
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Should super be used to fund affordable housing?

Should your superannuation be used to fix the housing affordability crisis? That's the plan from four of Australia's biggest industry superannuation funds to inject hundreds of billions of dollars into social and affordable housing.
2/25/202420 minutes, 1 second
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Warnings of starvation in Gaza

In Gaza, warnings of starvation as the war stretches towards a fifth month.
2/22/202420 minutes, 18 seconds
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Julian Assange's last chance to avoid extradition

Hearings have wrapped up in what is likely Julian Assange's last chance to avoid extradition to the US.
2/21/202420 minutes, 12 seconds
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Assange's lawyers argue against US extradition

Julian Assange's lawyers says he's at risk of "a flagrant denial of justice" as they argue against his extradition to the United States.
2/20/202420 minutes, 18 seconds
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Navalny's widow accuses Putin of murder

The widow of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny speaks - accusing Vladimir Putin of killing her husband with the nerve agent, Novichok.
2/19/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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Government under pressure over boat arrival

The Federal Cabinet is in Perth as the government faces questions how a group of men arrived undetected in a remote part of WA's Kimberley region.
2/18/202420 minutes, 1 second
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Israeli troops raid Gaza's main hospital

The largest functioning hospital in Gaza raided, sending patients and staff fleeing.
2/15/202420 minutes, 28 seconds
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Dozens of homes destroyed in Victorian fires

Dozens of homes have been destroyed in fires that have swept through western Victoria.
2/14/202420 minutes, 22 seconds
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Wild weather causes mass blackouts in Victoria

Wild storms knock down power transmission towers leaving hundreds of thousands without power in Victoria as fire crews battle bushfires across the state.
2/13/202420 minutes, 22 seconds
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UN warns Rafah assault will be 'terrifying'

The United Nations warns Israel not to launch a full assault on Rafah ... describing the prospect as "terrifying".
2/12/202419 minutes, 59 seconds
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Report shows alarming numbers of children can't read

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
2/11/202420 minutes, 16 seconds
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Ukraine war shakeup as top military chief sacked

Ukraine war shake-up as Volodymyr Zelenskyy sacks his top military commander.
2/8/202420 minutes, 21 seconds
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Israel rejects Hamas ceasefire proposal

The Israeli Prime Minister rejects a Hamas ceasefire proposal - vowing to fight until his nation achieves 'total victory'.
2/7/202420 minutes, 10 seconds
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Damning report into 'Closing the Gap' failures

A damning report into 'Closing the Gap' policies - how all governments are failing indigenous communities by not listening and taking a 'business as usual approach'.
2/6/202420 minutes, 8 seconds
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King Charles receives cancer diagnosis

King Charles stands down from public duties after a cancer diagnosis.
2/5/202420 minutes, 3 seconds
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Albanese vows to get his tax changes passed by Easter

Parliament's back and Anthony Albanese wants his tax cut changes passed before Easter - do the Coalition or the Greens have other plans?
2/4/202420 minutes, 8 seconds
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US warning to Israelis settlers

US President Joe Biden has signed an order which will punish Jewish settlers for attacks on Palestinians in the West Bank.
2/1/202420 minutes, 6 seconds
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Bulk-billed GP appointments rise

Hundreds of thousands of extra doctor appointments bulk-billed since the Federal Government boosted incentives for GP.
1/31/202420 minutes, 8 seconds
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Political battle over tax cuts before Parliament resumes

Political battle over tax cuts before Parliament resumes
1/30/202420 minutes, 7 seconds
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US vows it 'won't tolerate' attacks on American forces

The US says it'll do what's needed to protect troops, after a drone attack on a base in Jordan killed 3 American soldiers.
1/29/202420 minutes, 2 seconds
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US blames Iran-backed military for deaths of America troops

The US President Joe Biden is blaming Iranian backed militant groups for a drone strike in Jordan that has killed 3 American troops.
1/28/202419 minutes, 54 seconds
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Australia Day honours for scientists

We look at the inspiring people recognised for making the country a better place.
1/25/202419 minutes, 34 seconds
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Can tax relief offset broken election promise?

Almost all workers will get a bigger tax cut than planned, as the Albanese Government says changed economic circumstances have prompted it to overhaul the stage 3 tax cuts; A nervous wait as Tropical Cyclone Kirrily heads towards the north Queensland coast;And thousands of flood victims still waiting for their insurance claims to be processed.
1/24/202419 minutes, 38 seconds
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PM poised to backflip on tax cuts promise

The Albanese Government is bracing for a political backlash as it prepares to make changes to planned stage 3 tax cuts
1/23/202419 minutes, 18 seconds
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Cyclone likely to bring heavy rain, destructive winds

Disaster preparations are underway with a severe cyclone likely to cross the north Queensland coast this week.
1/22/202419 minutes, 26 seconds
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Govt searches for fresh ideas to tackle cost of living

Voters and small businesses offer the Albanese Government a few ideas to tackle the cost of living, as Federal Labor MPs prepare to head to Canberra for a special meeting.
1/21/202419 minutes, 23 seconds
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Pakistans strikes back against Iran

Tensions ratcheting up as Pakistan carries out a retaliatory missile strike against Iran.
1/18/202419 minutes, 47 seconds
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Penny Wong calls for peace as she tours West Bank

Australia's Foreign Minister Penny Wong calls for peace between Israelis and Palestinians as she tours the West Bank.
1/17/202419 minutes, 45 seconds
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Foreign Minister calls for ceasefire during Israel visit

Penny Wong arrives in the Middle East for a highly controversial visit - backing Israel's right to defend itself while urging caution in its conduct of the war
1/16/202419 minutes, 36 seconds
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Houthi missile hits US cargo ship in Red Sea

A missile strikes an American-owned and operated container ship in the Red Sea - just days after US and British forces struck Houthi bases in Yemen.
1/15/202419 minutes, 42 seconds
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Houthis vow retaltion after US-led strikes

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is refusing to say whether Australia will do more to support US-UK air strikes in Yemen.
1/14/20241 minute, 54 seconds
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Australia's Mary becomes Queen of Denmark

Australia's Mary becomes Queen of Denmark 
1/14/202419 minutes, 34 seconds
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ICJ begins hearing genocide allegations against Israel

The UN's top court begins hearing genocide allegations against Israel - a claim it denies.
1/11/202419 minutes, 42 seconds
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Chaos in Port Moresby as riots erupt over pay packet error

Chaos on the streets of Port Moresby. People have been shot as well as homes and businesses looted. The army sent in to restore order.
1/10/202419 minutes, 49 seconds
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Climate change and El Nino turn 2023 into the hottest year ever

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1/9/202419 minutes, 37 seconds
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Flood emergency unfolds in Victoria

Flooding worsens in central Victoria after record breaking rain - residents in low lying parts of some towns told it's too late to evacuate.
1/8/202419 minutes, 49 seconds
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Patients say medical care becoming unaffordable as bulk billing rates drop

Bulk billing rates drop further, doctors say it's an unsustainable system while patients say decent medical care is slipping out of their grasp.
1/7/202419 minutes, 46 seconds
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Islamic State claims responsibility for Iran explosions

The Islamic State terrorist group claims responsibility for two explosions in Iran killing nearly 100 people, the worst terrorist attacks in the country for decades.
1/4/202419 minutes, 47 seconds
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Hezbollah warns Israel as bombs kill worshippers in Iran

Hezbollah warns Israel as bombs kill worshippers in Iran
1/3/202419 minutes, 32 seconds
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Senior Hamas leader killed in alleged Israeli drone strike

A blow to Hamas with a senior leader killed in a suspected Israeli drone strike in Beirut - a move that risks a serious escalation of the conflict beyond Gaza's borders.
1/2/202420 minutes, 1 second
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Earthquakes rock Japan's main island

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1/1/202419 minutes, 46 seconds
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Frederick to become Denmark's King with Australian-born wife at his side

The Queen of Denmark abdicates, paving the way for her son Prince Frederik to take the throne with his Australian born wife Mary by his side.
12/31/202319 minutes, 34 seconds
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Warnings Gaza conflict will radicalise Australians

Warnings Australians risk being radicalised by the conflict in the Middle East after the death of a Sydney man in Lebanon - linked to the militant group Hezbollah.
12/28/202319 minutes, 38 seconds
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Sydney man killed in apparent Israeli airstrike in Lebanon

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12/27/202319 minutes, 42 seconds
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Multiple deaths as ferocious storms lash the east coast

Wild storms turn deadly on the east coast as ferocious weather knocks out electricity and stretches emergencies services to their limits.
12/26/202319 minutes, 50 seconds
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Netanyahu vows to 'deepen' Gaza campaign

Israel's Prime Minister vows fighting in Gaza won't stop until victory over Hamas
12/25/202319 minutes, 50 seconds
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At least 14 people killed in Prague shooting

At least 14 people have been killed and dozens more are injured following a mass shooting in the Czech capital of Prague.
12/21/202319 minutes, 34 seconds
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Scale of Qld flood cleanup becomes clearer

As flood affected communities in far north Queensland continue the mammoth clean up, there are warnings it could take years for some homes to be repaired or rebuilt.
12/20/202319 minutes, 27 seconds
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Flood damaged Qld roads could take 'several years' to repair

As the scale of the far north Queensland flood damage becomes clearer, the head of the National Emergency Management Agency is warning road repairs could take 'several years'
12/19/202319 minutes, 44 seconds
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Rescues from Queensland floods

In far north Queensland, record-breaking rains are easing, but emergency rescues are continuing and water-logged communities remain cut-off.
12/18/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Albanese pledges ADF support for Cairns flood effort

Tens of thousands of residents in Far North Queensland are stranded, as record-breaking floods cut access to the region: AM speaks with the Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese.
12/17/202319 minutes, 26 seconds
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Coal plants likely to close earlier than planned: AEMO

The Inspector General of Taxation investigates possible theft of personal data that's allowed scammers to claim millions of dollars in tax.
12/14/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Cyclone hit communities assess the damage

Far north Queensland counting the cost of now ex-tropical Cyclone Jasper.
12/13/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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No cost of living relief expected in budget update

The Federal Government hands down its mid-year budget update, offering fresh insight into how it plans to navigate cost-of-living pressures and a mounting debt bill.
12/12/202320 minutes, 10 seconds
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UN climate talks in jeopardy over fossil fuels

The UN climate talks in Dubai are hanging by a thread, after some nations reacted furiously to a draft deal that removed language suggesting that fossil fuels could be 'phased out".
12/11/202320 minutes, 6 seconds
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Govt to overhaul student, worker visas

It'll be tougher for foreign students to get a visa to study in Australia, as the Federal Government tries to curb the number of migrants arriving in the country.
12/10/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Hopes for children under the NDIS

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
12/7/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Detention laws rushed through Federal Parliament

New laws to lock up recently released immigration detainees rushed through Federal Parliament without debate.
12/6/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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Elective surgery waiting times at record high

Nearly 1 in 10 patients are waiting longer than a year for elective surgery, as public hospitals struggle to catch up from COVID pandemic disruptions
12/5/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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Two former immigration detainees facing criminal charges

Two men released because of the High Court's ruling about immigration detention have allegedly reoffended.
12/4/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Insurers face criticism for mental health policies

Federal parliament rises for the year on Thursday, but the government has vowed politicians will remain in Canberra until the new preventative detention laws are passed.
12/3/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Blinken lands in Israel

The US secretary of state Antony Blinken is visiting Israel, as the ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas is due to expire. A boom in iron ore prices means there is a good chance of a federal budget surplus this year, but that doesn't ease the long-term challenges.Most young people with a disability say they find it easier being themselves online, rather than when they're with people face-to-face, but there is a downside.
11/30/202322 minutes, 41 seconds
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Support for Hamas grows in West Bank camp

Away from the war in Gaza, Israeli forces are clashing with Palestinians in a refugee camp on the West Bank. A new report finds rates of domestic and family violence among partners of past and current defence personnel are higher than in the general population.The OECD predicts interest rates in Australia will not be cut until late next year. 
11/29/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Govt to rush through more legislation on ex-detainees

The political race continues to put criminals released from immigration detention back behind bars;A fragile truce in Gaza holds as talks are held to further extend the Israel-Hamas ceasefire;And Indigenous leaders in the Northern Territory call for old, toxic mines to be cleaned up.. before any new developments are allowed.
11/28/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Israel-Hamas truce extended for two more days

Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend the four day truce in Gaza for another two days.
11/27/202320 minutes, 5 seconds
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Hamas hands over more hostages

Israel and Hamas continue hostage and prisoner exchanges, as the US pushes for an extension to the temporary ceasefire.
11/26/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Fire crews in northern Perth face long weekend

Fire crews have worked through the night on Perth's northern outskirts, but they don't expect to bring a massive fire under control for days. 
11/23/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Hostages to be freed in Israel, Hamas ceasefire

A temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas will allow some Israeli hostages to be exchanged for Palestinian prisoners and humanitarian aid
11/22/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Govt delivers boost to cybersecurity defences

The Federal Government unveils a $600m plan to better protect its agencies, individuals and businesses from cyber criminals
11/21/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Optus shakeup may need more than CEO exit

The resignation of the Optus CEO might not be the only change the telco needs to make to restore public trust after a nationwide outage.
11/20/202320 minutes, 9 seconds
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Australia stuns India to claim cricket World Cup

Australia has delivered an astonishing men's cricket World Cup upset, defeating India to claim a record sixth title.
11/19/202320 minutes, 3 seconds
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New laws rushed through placing conditions on released detainees

Parliament rams through new laws putting strict conditions on dozens of detainees released from immigration detention - will they hold up to legal challenge?
11/16/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Govt unveils strict new visa conditions for former detainees

Ankle bracelets and curfews are being proposed by the Federal Government as new measures to monitor people released from immigration detention.
11/15/202320 minutes, 30 seconds
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Cyber spy agency reports surge in hacking

China has been identified as major backer of serious hacking of Australian companies and infrastructure.
11/14/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Rental affordability hits record lows

Renters in every capital city are worse off than now than before the pandemic and those living in regional areas are faring little better.
11/13/202320 minutes, 9 seconds
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Cyberattack shuts down major port operator

A major port operator remains crippled by a cyber attack, as the Federal Government prepares new cybersecurity rules for businesses.
11/12/202320 minutes, 6 seconds
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Military pauses to begin in Gaza

Four-hour military pauses to begin in the north of Gaza, to allow civilians to escape and for desperately needed humanitarian aid to get in
11/9/202320 minutes, 32 seconds
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Government launches review into Optus outage

Optus is facing a Government review into its nationwide phone and internet outage
11/8/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Latest interest rate rise may not be the last

After 13 interest rate rises, borrowers and business owners brace for more hikes as they juggle cost of living pressures
11/7/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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PM declares Xi meeting "positive, constructive"

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has invited China's President Xi Jinping to Australia after what he calls a 'positive' landmark summit in Beijing; Donald Trump clashes with judge in his New York fraud trial; And researchers warning the Melbourne Cup could be luring a new generation of gamblers. 
11/6/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Car kills five outside regional Victorian pub

Five killed and more injured as a car plows into outdoor diners at a pub in regional Victoria.  
11/5/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Israeli forces push through outskirts of Gaza City

Israel's Prime Minister says the country's soldiers are at the height of their battle with the Islamist militant group Hamas in Gaza City
11/2/202319 minutes, 30 seconds
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Hundreds of foreign citizens leave Gaza

Twenty Australians left Gaza through the Rafah border crossing into Egypt, but some weren't allowed through. 
11/1/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Call for action on Hang Yengjun

The family of detained Australian writer Yang Hengjun's pleading with the Prime Minister to do everything in his power to save his life.
10/31/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Fears for children in Gaza

Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not agree to a ceasefire in Gaza. It comes concerns grow about the number of children being killed. A man with a lifelong disability is taking his fight to gain access to the NDIS to the United Nations. It's hoped changes to Medicare to allow nurse practitioners to play a bigger role where there aren't enough doctors.
10/30/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Israel's ground invasion expands

The Israel Defence Force says its fighter jets have hit 450 Hamas targets, including operational command centres, in the past 24 hours. Foreign Minister Penny Wong concerned Gaza conflict could spread to wider region.  What can companies do to reduce the gender pay gap in their workplace? Some are having more success than others. 
10/29/202320 minutes, 31 seconds
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Israel targets Hamas's tunnel network

Israeli tanks targeting Hamas' tunnel networks but anger's growing among families of hostages demanding the Government do more to get them back.
10/26/202320 minutes, 9 seconds
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Biden gives Albanese reassurances over nuclear subs deal

Anthony Albanese meets Joe Biden at the White House and gets a Presidential reassurance that the AUKUS nuclear submarines will be built despite political opposition in the US
10/25/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Australian soldiers and aircraft deployed to the Middle East as security situation deteriorates

Additional Australian soldiers and aircraft deployed to the Middle East as the security situation deteriorates
10/24/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Hamas releases two more Israeli hostages

With Israel on the brink of a ground invasion of Gaza - Hamas releases two more hostages.
10/23/202320 minutes, 31 seconds
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Gaza conflicts threatens to escalate

Gaza bombing raids step-up and clashes with Hezbollah intensify - Israel's war with Hamas threatens to escalate.
10/22/202320 minutes, 8 seconds
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Aid groups wait for supplies in Gaza

Humanitarian supplies still aren't getting into Gaza, as Israel continues its bombardment of the territory. 
10/19/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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UN workers struggling in Gaza

As the Israel Gaza War worsens, the United Nations Relief Works Agency says its crews face extreme conditions as they try to help people.
10/18/202320 minutes, 10 seconds
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Hundreds dead at Gaza hospital as Israel denies strike

Israel denies responsibility for an explosion and strike on a hospital in Gaza that has killed hundreds of people; The first group of Australians evacuated from Israel touch down in Sydney, while those with families stuck in Gaza plead for help; And Australia's domestic spy chief accuses China of economic espionage on an "unprecedented" scale. 
10/17/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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Bid to open Gaza border crossing fails

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza deepens after diplomatic efforts fail to reopen a key border crossing which would allow aid to be sent in; A Sydney woman describes her fear and frustraton as she tries to leave Gaza; And winemakers left with a glut, as Australia waits for China to lift crippling tarrifs on our exports.
10/16/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Voice referendum repercussions begin

After the emphatic rejection of the Voice referendum, polticians and the public grapple with what comes next.
10/15/202320 minutes, 30 seconds
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Campaigners make last appeal to voters on Voice referendum

Campaigners make their last appeal to voters as the nation heads to the polls on a Voice to Parliament referendum tomorrow
10/12/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Gaza faces dire situation as power plant runs out of fuel

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza deepens as Israel continues its retaliation for the Hamas terrorist attacks
10/11/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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Israel vows Hamas will regret deadly incursion

Israel's defence minister says the country's military is prepared to 'eliminate' Gaza.. following Hamas' deadly terrorist attacks; Traditional owners in central Australia sing to the Prime Minister and ask Australians to vote yes in Saturday's referendum; And parents warned that teen vaping is linked to poor mental health.
10/10/202320 minutes, 39 seconds
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Israel PM warns Gaza action has only just begun

As Hamas escalates its rocket attacks on Israel, the Israeli airforce has stepped up its bombardment of Gaza, while food, water and electricity to the Palestinian territory is cut off; Hundreds march in Sydney for pro-Palestinian protest; And we visit remote communities in the Northern Territory as Australia prepares to vote on the Voice referendum. 
10/9/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Israel declares war after surprise Hamas attack

Fighting in southern Israel and the Gaza strip continues with hundreds dead on both sides after Hamas launched a surprise offensive in Israel.
10/8/202319 minutes, 49 seconds
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51 killed in missile strike on Ukrainian village

World leaders condemn a Russian missile attack on a Ukrainian village that's killed 51 people.
10/5/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Govt to tackle asylum seeker backlog

The Albanese Government has unveiled a plan to deal with what it calls 'false' asylum seeker claims, as it vow to tackle a backlog of applications;
10/4/202320 minutes, 1 second
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Reprieve for NSW, Victorian communities under fire threat

Rain has brought some relief for firefighters battling blazes in parts of New South Wales and Victoria.
10/3/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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The Yes campaign can still win: Albanese

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says the referendum on a Voice to Parliament is still winnable for the "Yes" campaign. 
10/2/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Grand final Footy frenzy

Footy fans have enjoyed a thrilling weekend with three grand finals, all turning into nail biters. 
10/1/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Hopes today will mark a 'new era of equal treatment and justice' for people with disabilities

Disability advocates hope today will mark a 'new era of equal treatment and justice', with the Disability Royal Commission report being made public
9/28/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mums hoping disability royal commission leads to change

After hearing from thousands of people over four-and-a-half years, the disability royal commission is about to hand down its final report; Concerns that Australia's new multi-million dollar fire warning system is miscalculating the danger; And the experiment trying to transform polluted stormwater runoff in our cities into a valuable source of safe water. 
9/27/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Victorian politics enters new post Andrews era

As Daniel Andrews steps down as Victoria's Premier, his political legacy examined; Will the Tasmanian government keep its promise to respond to a damning child sexual abuse inquiry? And could a shortage of lifeguards stops some pools in regional areas from opening?
9/26/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Fresh concerns about NDIS-funded therapy

An autism expert says he's appalled at the lack of oversight of programs being offered by some providers under the National Disability Insurance Scheme; Qantas pilots demand the airline's chairman Richard Goyder stand down. And farmers hoping recent good years will get them through a possible drought.
9/25/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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People with disabilities virtually kidnapped for NDIS funding

People with disabilities are being lured to new homes by unscrupulous operators who want to use their NDIS funding.
9/24/202320 minutes, 11 seconds
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Rupert Murdoch steps down from media empire

After a seven-decade reign and media empire spanning the globe, Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of Fox and News Corp; The Federal Government announces funding to test programs aimed at stopping family violence perpetrators re-offending; And fire services hoping to recruit more women and diverse volunteers, to secure the workforce into the future.
9/21/202320 minutes, 33 seconds
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A Black Summer fire repeat not expected

As Queensland calls for more volunteer firefighters, authorities say a repeat of the Black Summer season is unlikely.
9/20/202320 minutes, 49 seconds
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Summer of heat, fire predicted as El Nino arrives

The Bureau of Meteorology has formally declared an El Niño weather event and already the mercury is soaring and total fire bans are in place in parts of the country baking under the hot conditions; Bank bosses to be grilled about regional branch closures; And could there be a seaweed solution to lowering the world's methane emissions? 
9/19/202319 minutes, 40 seconds
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Fire bans declared as hot weather hits

Sydney is having its first fire ban in 3 years as experts warn that bushfire fuel loads in other parts of the country are very high
9/18/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Voice supporters take to the streets in major cities

Political campaigning experts say the 'no' campaign has been using more effective strategies ahead of next month's referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament
9/17/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Power lines spark concern

As Australia brings on more renewable energy, thousands of kilometres of new transmission lines will be needed, but communities are concerned about the impact.  The death toll from the floods in Libya is now more than 10,000. The long-running Disability Royal Commission officially closes today. those involved hope it will lead to change. 
9/14/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Not all rosy: Minister acknowledges defence veterans treated poorly

The Veterans's Affairs Minister responds to blistering criticism from the head of the Royal Commission into defence and veterans suicide;
9/13/202320 minutes, 38 seconds
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10,000 people feared lost in Libya floods

The north African country of Libya has been devastated by floods, with thousands dead and 10,000 others missing
9/12/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Renters dismayed housing plan leaves them out

While the Federal Government's key housing policy is now likely to pass Parliament thanks to a deal with the Greens, renters are disappointed that there's little practical help for them
9/11/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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Morocco quake death toll climbs above 2,000

Villagers are burying their dead as rescue workers race to find survivors in the rubble of a devastating earthquake in Morocco
9/10/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Voice referendum: voters want more info

In just over five weeks, the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament will be held, but many voters say they don't know enough about the proposal.
9/7/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Minister refuses to explain reasons behind Qatar decision

Transport Minister Catherine King is refusing to elaborate on what factors influenced her decision to reject a request from Qatar Airways to increase its flights into some Australian cities.
9/6/202325 minutes, 38 seconds
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Can Alan Joyce exit from Qantas ease airline's turbulence?

Pressure shifts to the Qantas board to claw back bonuses paid to departed boss Alan Joyce.
9/5/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Botox, other injectables focus of cosmetic crackdown

Australia's health regulator is cracking down on non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as Botox and other injectable fillers.
9/4/202320 minutes, 10 seconds
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Govt unveils next wave of industrial relations changes

Industrial relations changes for gig workers, casuals and labour hire staff take centre stage in Federal Parliament
9/3/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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EU trade talks stall again

Australia and the European Union have resumed talks about a proposed free trade agreement, but some are questioning if a deal will ever eventuate.
8/31/202320 minutes, 32 seconds
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Energy risk: possible blackouts this summer

Victoria and South Australia are facing an increased risk of power blackouts this summer, while other states could run into trouble later this decade.
8/30/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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PM to name date for Voice referendum

The Prime Minister today announces the date for when we'll vote on whether to enshrine an Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the constitution
8/29/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Trump trial for election overthrow case set for March

A judge sets a March trial date for Donald Trump in the federal case charging the former US President with trying to overturn the 2020 election result.
8/28/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Big end of town finds its Voice

Hundreds of Australian company directors have come out in support of a Yes vote in the approaching referendum on an indigenous voice to parliament.
8/27/202320 minutes, 31 seconds
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President Putin pays tribute to Wagner boss presumed dead

Russia's President Vladimir Putin has paid tribute to Yevgeny Prigozhin - the founder of the Wagner Mercenary group which led a short mutiny against Moscow earlier this year
8/24/202322 minutes, 7 seconds
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Prigozhin reportedly dead

Russia's mutiny leader Yevgeny Prigozhin reportedly dead in a mysterious plane crash.
8/23/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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One in three students failing NAPLAN standards

Today's NAPLAN results reveal one in three school students is failing to meet minimum literacy and numeracy standards.
8/22/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Cochlear implant negligence sparks call for national inquiry

Anguish for families and calls for a national inquiry of hearing services after negligence involving cochlear implants affecting children in two states.
8/21/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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What will Australia look like in 40 years?

What will Australia look like in forty years? There'll be more of us, we'll be living longer, but needing more care as we age.
8/20/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Data reveals Chinese satellites passing over Aus

Data reveals that hundreds of Chinese satellites are passing over Australia currently, collecting information on military training activities.
8/17/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Outrage over empty coffin in funeral bungle

Outrage in the remote indigenous community of Doomadgee in north-west Queensland after a respected elder's coffin was exhumed this week confirming his body wasn't in it.
8/16/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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Housing shortage on agenda for National Cabinet

National cabinet meets today to wrestle with the nation's growing housing shortage.
8/15/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Spy agency drawn into KPMG scandal

An Australian spy agency is drawn into the K-P-M-G scandal after awarding a 46-million-dollar contract to the consulting firm for a project it helped design.
8/14/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Spy agency drawn into KPMG scandal

An Australian spy agency is drawn into the K-P-M-G scandal after awarding a 46-million-dollar contract to the consulting firm for a project it helped design.
8/14/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Hawaiians question lack of fire warning

A huge grass-roots community relief effort's underway in Hawaii as locals ask why they weren't warned that huge fires were burning towards their communities.
8/13/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Hawaiians question lack of fire warning

A huge grass-roots community relief effort's underway in Hawaii as locals ask why they weren't warned that huge fires were burning towards their communities.
8/13/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Search and rescue efforts continue in fire-devastated Maui

Officials assess the damage from a series of fires on the island of Maui, Hawaii, that have killed at least 36 people
8/10/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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Search and rescue efforts continue in fire-devastated Maui

Officials assess the damage from a series of fires on the island of Maui, Hawaii, that have killed at least 36 people
8/10/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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Hawaii fires kill at least 6 people

Wildfires racing across the Hawaiian island of Maui have claimed at least 6 lives, with some people jumping into the ocean to flee.
8/9/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Hawaii fires kill at least 6 people

Wildfires racing across the Hawaiian island of Maui have claimed at least 6 lives, with some people jumping into the ocean to flee.
8/9/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Renters rights on National Cabinet agenda

As the Prime Minister asks next week's National Cabinet to find answers on housing, the Greens continue their push for a rent freeze.
8/8/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Renters rights on National Cabinet agenda

As the Prime Minister asks next week's National Cabinet to find answers on housing, the Greens continue their push for a rent freeze.
8/8/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Matildas keep World Cup dream alive

Australia makes it into quarterfinals of the FIFA Women's World Cup with a 2-0 victory over Denmark.
8/7/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Matildas keep World Cup dream alive

Australia makes it into quarterfinals of the FIFA Women's World Cup with a 2-0 victory over Denmark.
8/7/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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KPMG accused of ripping off Defence Dept

Consulting giant KPMG has been accused by two whistleblowers of repeatedly ripping off taxpayers while contracted by the Department of Defence.
8/6/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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KPMG accused of ripping off Defence Dept

Consulting giant KPMG has been accused by two whistleblowers of repeatedly ripping off taxpayers while contracted by the Department of Defence.
8/6/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Trump pleads not guilty to charges of trying to overthrow 2020 election results

Donald Trump pleads not guilty in a US federal court to charges of trying to overthrow the results of the 2020 election.
8/3/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Trump pleads not guilty to charges of trying to overthrow 2020 election results

Donald Trump pleads not guilty in a US federal court to charges of trying to overthrow the results of the 2020 election.
8/3/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Should we pay more for our aged care?

A call for change today as aged care providers question whether Australians should dip into their or pay a levy to fund their own care.
8/2/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Should we pay more for our aged care?

A call for change today as aged care providers question whether Australians should dip into their or pay a levy to fund their own care.
8/2/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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The national security threat from TikTok and WeChat

A call for tougher action on Chinese-owned social media platforms TikTok and WeChat because of national security threats.
8/1/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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The national security threat from TikTok and WeChat

A call for tougher action on Chinese-owned social media platforms TikTok and WeChat because of national security threats.
8/1/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Reef reprieve but threat remains

The Great Barrier Reef dodges being listed as 'in danger' .. but the threat from global warming remains.
7/31/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Reef reprieve but threat remains

The Great Barrier Reef dodges being listed as 'in danger' .. but the threat from global warming remains.
7/31/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Questions about future of troubled ADF helicopter

Australia's worst peacetime military accident in almost 20 years prompts questions about the future of the army's  troubled MRH-90 Taipan helicopter.
7/30/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Questions about future of troubled ADF helicopter

Australia's worst peacetime military accident in almost 20 years prompts questions about the future of the army's  troubled MRH-90 Taipan helicopter.
7/30/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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The 'era of global boiling has arrived': UN

The United Nations Secretary General's major warning that we're now in the era of 'global boiling', as scientists say July has very likely been the earth's hottest month.
7/27/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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The 'era of global boiling has arrived': UN

The United Nations Secretary General's major warning that we're now in the era of 'global boiling', as scientists say July has very likely been the earth's hottest month.
7/27/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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Kevin Spacey found not guilty

Hollywood star Kevin Spacey found not guilty of sexual assault charges; Energy prices are falling though you might not have noticed any change in your power bills yet. And as Australia's biggest homebuilder threatens to terminate a raft of fixed-price contracts, customers face paying more or giving up their dreams of home ownership.
7/26/202320 minutes, 35 seconds
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Kevin Spacey found not guilty

Hollywood star Kevin Spacey found not guilty of sexual assault charges; Energy prices are falling though you might not have noticed any change in your power bills yet. And as Australia's biggest homebuilder threatens to terminate a raft of fixed-price contracts, customers face paying more or giving up their dreams of home ownership.
7/26/202320 minutes, 35 seconds
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Anxious wait for latest inflation data

What will the latest inflation figures out today mean for the chances of another interest rate rise?
7/25/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Anxious wait for latest inflation data

What will the latest inflation figures out today mean for the chances of another interest rate rise?
7/25/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Greece a country "at war" with wildfires

Mass evacuations continue from Greek resort islands as heatwave conditions persist in the Mediterranean.
7/24/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Greece a country "at war" with wildfires

Mass evacuations continue from Greek resort islands as heatwave conditions persist in the Mediterranean.
7/24/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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IR changes for casual workers.

The Albanese government to unveil new industrial relations changes making it easier for casual workers to become permanent employees, if that's what they want.
7/23/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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IR changes for casual workers.

The Albanese government to unveil new industrial relations changes making it easier for casual workers to become permanent employees, if that's what they want.
7/23/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Matildas off to a winning start

Australia's historic Women's World Cup campaign on home soil is underway with a 1-0 victory.
7/20/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Matildas off to a winning start

Australia's historic Women's World Cup campaign on home soil is underway with a 1-0 victory.
7/20/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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FIFA World Cup kicks off

The Matildas kick off their women's World Cup campaign in Sydney tonight -- the first time the tournament has been held in this region.
7/19/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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FIFA World Cup kicks off

The Matildas kick off their women's World Cup campaign in Sydney tonight -- the first time the tournament has been held in this region.
7/19/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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Major shake-up for university sector

A major review of Australia's university sector to see the federal government offer guaranteed places to all Indigenous students who meet academic entry requirements.
7/18/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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Major shake-up for university sector

A major review of Australia's university sector to see the federal government offer guaranteed places to all Indigenous students who meet academic entry requirements.
7/18/202320 minutes, 28 seconds
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Yes or No Voice cases put to nation

Yes or No? Opposing camps on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum have their official arguments published.
7/17/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Yes or No Voice cases put to nation

Yes or No? Opposing camps on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum have their official arguments published.
7/17/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Ashes glory for Australia

The Australian women's cricket team has retained the Ashes after defeating England in a thriller.
7/16/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Ashes glory for Australia

The Australian women's cricket team has retained the Ashes after defeating England in a thriller.
7/16/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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RBA boss Philip Lowe to be sacked

After months of speculation, the ABC understands the Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe won't be re-appointed to the job in September.
7/13/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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RBA boss Philip Lowe to be sacked

After months of speculation, the ABC understands the Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe won't be re-appointed to the job in September.
7/13/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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More Aussie-made Bushmaster vehicles heading to Ukraine

After months of requests from Ukraine, Australia agrees to send 30 more Bushmaster vehicles
7/12/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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More Aussie-made Bushmaster vehicles heading to Ukraine

After months of requests from Ukraine, Australia agrees to send 30 more Bushmaster vehicles
7/12/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Australia, EU free trade talks break down

Agriculture remains key sticking point as Australia, EU fail to conclude free trade deal.
7/11/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Australia, EU free trade talks break down

Agriculture remains key sticking point as Australia, EU fail to conclude free trade deal.
7/11/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Australia boosts military aid for Ukraine

Australia is sending a surveillance aircraft to Germany to help monitor the flow of military and humanitarian supplies into Ukraine. 
7/10/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Australia boosts military aid for Ukraine

Australia is sending a surveillance aircraft to Germany to help monitor the flow of military and humanitarian supplies into Ukraine. 
7/10/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Germany to buy 100 Queensland made defence vehicles

The Prime Minister has arrived in Europe ahead of NATO talks and revealed that Australia has secured a $1b deal to export military vehicles to Germany. 
7/9/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Germany to buy 100 Queensland made defence vehicles

The Prime Minister has arrived in Europe ahead of NATO talks and revealed that Australia has secured a $1b deal to export military vehicles to Germany. 
7/9/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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A shameful chapter: Robodebt Royal Commission to hand down its findings

Today the Royal Commission hands down its verdict on the Robodebt debt recovery scheme that wrongly ensnared hundreds of thousands of Australians.
7/6/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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A shameful chapter: Robodebt Royal Commission to hand down its findings

Today the Royal Commission hands down its verdict on the Robodebt debt recovery scheme that wrongly ensnared hundreds of thousands of Australians.
7/6/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Farmers act to protect food security as El Nino looms

After years of devastating floods, farmers are preparing for the possibility of below average rain and above average temperatures.
7/5/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Farmers act to protect food security as El Nino looms

After years of devastating floods, farmers are preparing for the possibility of below average rain and above average temperatures.
7/5/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Health, education key priorities for Voice

The Federal Government names four priorities for the proposed Voice to Parliament
7/4/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Health, education key priorities for Voice

The Federal Government names four priorities for the proposed Voice to Parliament
7/4/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Reserve Bank to hand down July rate decision

Borrowers, businesses brace for possible 13th interest rate rise.
7/3/202320 minutes, 3 seconds
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Reserve Bank to hand down July rate decision

Borrowers, businesses brace for possible 13th interest rate rise.
7/3/202320 minutes, 3 seconds
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National Anti-Corruption commission opens its doors

Scandal hit consultancy PwC among first to be referred to new national anti-corruption commission.
7/2/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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National Anti-Corruption commission opens its doors

Scandal hit consultancy PwC among first to be referred to new national anti-corruption commission.
7/2/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Electricity prices surge again

Bill shock: millions of Australians will face higher power costs from tomorrow, with benchmark prices to rise by up to 25 per cent.
6/29/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Electricity prices surge again

Bill shock: millions of Australians will face higher power costs from tomorrow, with benchmark prices to rise by up to 25 per cent.
6/29/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Easing inflation may not stop interest rate rises

While inflation shrinks, economists caution interest rate hikes are still likely.
6/28/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Easing inflation may not stop interest rate rises

While inflation shrinks, economists caution interest rate hikes are still likely.
6/28/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Russian rebellion leader begins exile in Belarus

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is praising his military for thwarting a 'civil war' as the leader of the attempted rebellion begins his exile in Belarus.
6/27/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Russian rebellion leader begins exile in Belarus

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is praising his military for thwarting a 'civil war' as the leader of the attempted rebellion begins his exile in Belarus.
6/27/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Putin condemns attempted mutiny

Russia's President Vladimir Putin says the organisers of an attempted military rebellion have betrayed their country and will be brought to justice.
6/26/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Putin condemns attempted mutiny

Russia's President Vladimir Putin says the organisers of an attempted military rebellion have betrayed their country and will be brought to justice.
6/26/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Labor mourns death of former leader Simon Crean

Political leaders are honouring the legacy of former Federal Labor leader Simon Crean who has died suddenly in Germany.
6/25/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Labor mourns death of former leader Simon Crean

Political leaders are honouring the legacy of former Federal Labor leader Simon Crean who has died suddenly in Germany.
6/25/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Titan crew died after 'catastrophic event'

The US coastguard says it's found debris of a missing mini-sub near the Titanic shipwreck.
6/22/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Titan crew died after 'catastrophic event'

The US coastguard says it's found debris of a missing mini-sub near the Titanic shipwreck.
6/22/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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More noises heard in Titanic submersible search

Rescuers searching for a missing submersible are focusing their efforts on a remote area of the North Atlantic where a series of underwater noises have been detected.
6/21/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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More noises heard in Titanic submersible search

Rescuers searching for a missing submersible are focusing their efforts on a remote area of the North Atlantic where a series of underwater noises have been detected.
6/21/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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No sign of missing Titanic sub

Less than 40 hours of oxygen is remaining in a submersible that vanished while taking tourists to the wreck of the Titanic.
6/20/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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No sign of missing Titanic sub

Less than 40 hours of oxygen is remaining in a submersible that vanished while taking tourists to the wreck of the Titanic.
6/20/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Campaign for Voice referendum shifts to community

As Australians wait for a date to be set for the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, there's still little awareness of it in some of the most remote and disadvantaged communities.
6/19/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Campaign for Voice referendum shifts to community

As Australians wait for a date to be set for the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, there's still little awareness of it in some of the most remote and disadvantaged communities.
6/19/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Housing, referendum on Parliamentary agenda

As Federal Parliament sits for the final week before the winter break, legislation to trigger a referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is expected to pass.
6/18/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Housing, referendum on Parliamentary agenda

As Federal Parliament sits for the final week before the winter break, legislation to trigger a referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament is expected to pass.
6/18/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Former colleague accuses Senator David Van of 'inappropriate touching'

A week of scandal ends at Parliament House with a former colleague making accusations against Liberal Senator David Van; New Zealand's economy is officially now in recession.
6/15/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Former colleague accuses Senator David Van of 'inappropriate touching'

A week of scandal ends at Parliament House with a former colleague making accusations against Liberal Senator David Van; New Zealand's economy is officially now in recession.
6/15/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Fewer jobs on offer as employment market tightens

There are signs the job market in Australia is losing steam, with one of the country's biggest employment websites saying the number of positions on offer has fallen for the fourth month in a row.
6/14/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Fewer jobs on offer as employment market tightens

There are signs the job market in Australia is losing steam, with one of the country's biggest employment websites saying the number of positions on offer has fallen for the fourth month in a row.
6/14/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Trump pleads not guilty to mishandling classified files

Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 37 charges of mishandling national security documents after he left office.
6/13/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Trump pleads not guilty to mishandling classified files

Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 37 charges of mishandling national security documents after he left office.
6/13/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Bus driver to face court after worst crash in decades

A man prepares to face court over the Hunter Valley bus crash that left 10 wedding guests dead.
6/12/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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Bus driver to face court after worst crash in decades

A man prepares to face court over the Hunter Valley bus crash that left 10 wedding guests dead.
6/12/202320 minutes, 14 seconds
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Ten people dead in Hunter Valley bus crash

Ten people have died and multiple others have been injured in a bus crash in the NSW Hunter Valley.
6/11/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Ten people dead in Hunter Valley bus crash

Ten people have died and multiple others have been injured in a bus crash in the NSW Hunter Valley.
6/11/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Climate change court battle

The Torres Strait island traditional owners fighting the Commonwealth in court to protect their homes from rising sea levels caused by climate change.
6/8/202320 minutes, 11 seconds
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Climate change court battle

The Torres Strait island traditional owners fighting the Commonwealth in court to protect their homes from rising sea levels caused by climate change.
6/8/202320 minutes, 11 seconds
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Aged care levy, more self funding on table

An aged care levy up for discussion, as the Federal Government tries to boost funding for the sector.
6/7/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Aged care levy, more self funding on table

An aged care levy up for discussion, as the Federal Government tries to boost funding for the sector.
6/7/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Rate hike sparks fears of a recession

There are warnings about job losses and a possible recession after the Reserve Bank raised interest rates for a 12th time.
6/6/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Rate hike sparks fears of a recession

There are warnings about job losses and a possible recession after the Reserve Bank raised interest rates for a 12th time.
6/6/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Childcare first to test new workplace laws

Unions and employers in the childcare sector are making a landmark application under new multi-employer bargaining laws.
6/5/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Childcare first to test new workplace laws

Unions and employers in the childcare sector are making a landmark application under new multi-employer bargaining laws.
6/5/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Airlines blasted for poor passenger service

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6/4/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Airlines blasted for poor passenger service

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
6/4/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Ben Roberts Smith case fallout

The defamation case has been dismissed, but the fallout continues for Australia's most decorated living soldier Ben Roberts Smith, found to have murdered unarmed civilians in Afghanistan in a civil case.
6/1/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Ben Roberts Smith case fallout

The defamation case has been dismissed, but the fallout continues for Australia's most decorated living soldier Ben Roberts Smith, found to have murdered unarmed civilians in Afghanistan in a civil case.
6/1/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Government moves to safeguard against AI threats

The Federal Government is signalling its intention to regulate artificial intelligence.
5/31/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Government moves to safeguard against AI threats

The Federal Government is signalling its intention to regulate artificial intelligence.
5/31/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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AFP tipped off about PwC tax scandal years ago

It's been revealed the Australian Federal Police was told 5 years ago about a potential leak of confidential Commonwealth tax information by consultancy giant PwC.
5/30/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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AFP tipped off about PwC tax scandal years ago

It's been revealed the Australian Federal Police was told 5 years ago about a potential leak of confidential Commonwealth tax information by consultancy giant PwC.
5/30/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Next WA Premier faces big agenda

A massive budget surplus, a strained health sector and a troubled juvenile detention system are just some of the issues the next WA Premier faces after the shock resignation of Labor leader Mark McGowan.
5/29/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Next WA Premier faces big agenda

A massive budget surplus, a strained health sector and a troubled juvenile detention system are just some of the issues the next WA Premier faces after the shock resignation of Labor leader Mark McGowan.
5/29/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Childcare waiting lists make job search a struggle

Long childcare waiting lists, high fees keeping parents out of the workforce.
5/28/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Childcare waiting lists make job search a struggle

Long childcare waiting lists, high fees keeping parents out of the workforce.
5/28/202320 minutes, 15 seconds
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Indigenous leaders mark anniversary of Statement from the Heart

Six years since a landmark gathering at Uluru and the Statement from the Heart, which put forward the idea of the Voice to parliament - the leaders of those talks have gone back to the Rock, to mark the anniversary of the event; We gain access to Ukranian soldiers training for a highly anticipated counter-offensive against Russian troops; and educators say artificial intelligence can transform the way we teach children - for the better.
5/25/202320 minutes, 33 seconds
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Indigenous leaders mark anniversary of Statement from the Heart

Six years since a landmark gathering at Uluru and the Statement from the Heart, which put forward the idea of the Voice to parliament - the leaders of those talks have gone back to the Rock, to mark the anniversary of the event; We gain access to Ukranian soldiers training for a highly anticipated counter-offensive against Russian troops; and educators say artificial intelligence can transform the way we teach children - for the better.
5/25/202320 minutes, 33 seconds
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Music legend Tina Turner dies

One of the world's most successful recording artists Tina Turner has died aged 83.
5/24/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Music legend Tina Turner dies

One of the world's most successful recording artists Tina Turner has died aged 83.
5/24/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Fresh push to revoke Afghanistan medals

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5/23/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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Fresh push to revoke Afghanistan medals

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
5/23/202320 minutes, 12 seconds
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China 'source of anxiety': Defence Minister

While Australia's relationship with China is on the mend, Defence Minister Richard Marles says China is still 'a significant source of anxiety' for our national security; Papua New Guinea and the United States sign a new defence agreement; And a warning that efforts to reduce smoking rates are in danger of stalling.
5/22/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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China 'source of anxiety': Defence Minister

While Australia's relationship with China is on the mend, Defence Minister Richard Marles says China is still 'a significant source of anxiety' for our national security; Papua New Guinea and the United States sign a new defence agreement; And a warning that efforts to reduce smoking rates are in danger of stalling.
5/22/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Crackdown on buy now, pay later products

The buy now, pay later industry is facing tough new laws aimed at better protecting the millions of people who use the products.
5/21/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Crackdown on buy now, pay later products

The buy now, pay later industry is facing tough new laws aimed at better protecting the millions of people who use the products.
5/21/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Albanese jets into Hiroshima for G7 amid heightened nuclear anxiety

The world's heightened nuclear anxieties on the agenda as Anthony Albanese jets into Hiroshima to meet global leaders at an expanded Group of Seven meeting.
5/18/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Albanese jets into Hiroshima for G7 amid heightened nuclear anxiety

The world's heightened nuclear anxieties on the agenda as Anthony Albanese jets into Hiroshima to meet global leaders at an expanded Group of Seven meeting.
5/18/202320 minutes, 21 seconds
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Global warming to bring record hot year

A UN agency says at least 1 of the next 5 years will be the hottest on record; Almost 5,000 tourism jobs vacant in Queensland.
5/17/202319 minutes, 58 seconds
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Global warming to bring record hot year

A UN agency says at least 1 of the next 5 years will be the hottest on record; Almost 5,000 tourism jobs vacant in Queensland.
5/17/202319 minutes, 58 seconds
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Police to enter charred NZ hostel

New Zealand police are hoping to get into the extensively fire-damaged hostel in Wellington today to start recovering at least six bodies.
5/16/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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Police to enter charred NZ hostel

New Zealand police are hoping to get into the extensively fire-damaged hostel in Wellington today to start recovering at least six bodies.
5/16/202320 minutes, 24 seconds
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'Worst nightmare': Multiple dead in Wellington hostel fire

Multiple people are dead and others unaccounted for after a fire at a hostel in the New Zealand capital Wellington.
5/15/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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'Worst nightmare': Multiple dead in Wellington hostel fire

Multiple people are dead and others unaccounted for after a fire at a hostel in the New Zealand capital Wellington.
5/15/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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No major breakthrough on Chinese trade sanctions

Business is cautiously optimistic that Chinese bans on Australian exports are a step closer to easing although there's no sign of an immediate breakthrough.
5/14/202320 minutes, 30 seconds
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No major breakthrough on Chinese trade sanctions

Business is cautiously optimistic that Chinese bans on Australian exports are a step closer to easing although there's no sign of an immediate breakthrough.
5/14/202320 minutes, 30 seconds
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Opposition critical of Federal Budget

The Opposition accuses the government of fuelling inflation and making life harder for working Australians, in response to the Federal Budget handed down this week.
5/11/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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Opposition critical of Federal Budget

The Opposition accuses the government of fuelling inflation and making life harder for working Australians, in response to the Federal Budget handed down this week.
5/11/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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Big budget savings to come from NDIS

Disability advocates are expressing dismay that the Federal Government is hoping to make $74b in budget savings from the NDIS over the next decade.
5/10/202319 minutes, 59 seconds
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Big budget savings to come from NDIS

Disability advocates are expressing dismay that the Federal Government is hoping to make $74b in budget savings from the NDIS over the next decade.
5/10/202319 minutes, 59 seconds
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Cost of living relief measures met with mixed response

Doctors are delighted but welfare groups are disappointed with budget boosts to bulk billing and welfare payments.
5/9/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Cost of living relief measures met with mixed response

Doctors are delighted but welfare groups are disappointed with budget boosts to bulk billing and welfare payments.
5/9/202320 minutes, 27 seconds
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Budget surplus expected to hit $4b

For the first time in 15 years, the Federal Government is forecasting it'll deliver a budget surplus.
5/8/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Budget surplus expected to hit $4b

For the first time in 15 years, the Federal Government is forecasting it'll deliver a budget surplus.
5/8/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Budget to deliver $14.6b cost of living relief

Energy bill discounts will be part of a $14.6 billion cost of living package in tomorrow's federal budget.
5/7/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Budget to deliver $14.6b cost of living relief

Energy bill discounts will be part of a $14.6 billion cost of living package in tomorrow's federal budget.
5/7/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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PM 'frustrated' over Assange case

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says it's 'frustrating' that his government has been unable to find a diplomatic solution to Julian Assange's case.
5/4/202320 minutes, 5 seconds
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PM 'frustrated' over Assange case

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says it's 'frustrating' that his government has been unable to find a diplomatic solution to Julian Assange's case.
5/4/202320 minutes, 5 seconds
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Russia accuses Ukraine of trying to kill Putin

Russia accuses Ukraine of staging a drone attack on the Kremlin in a failed assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin.
5/3/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Russia accuses Ukraine of trying to kill Putin

Russia accuses Ukraine of staging a drone attack on the Kremlin in a failed assassination attempt on President Vladimir Putin.
5/3/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Reserve Bank boss defends shock interest rate rise

Persistent inflation and rebounding property prices are the reasons being offered by the Reserve Bank Governor for the shock decision to start interest rate rises again.
5/2/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Reserve Bank boss defends shock interest rate rise

Persistent inflation and rebounding property prices are the reasons being offered by the Reserve Bank Governor for the shock decision to start interest rate rises again.
5/2/202320 minutes, 13 seconds
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Big changes coming to vaping laws

A major crackdown on e-cigarettes is on the way, with plain packaging and restrictions on colours and flavours in vapes to be introduced.
5/1/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Big changes coming to vaping laws

A major crackdown on e-cigarettes is on the way, with plain packaging and restrictions on colours and flavours in vapes to be introduced.
5/1/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Collins submarines under pressure

The Navy faces a challenge to keep Australia's current six Collins Class submarines ready for action. 
4/30/202320 minutes, 32 seconds
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Collins submarines under pressure

The Navy faces a challenge to keep Australia's current six Collins Class submarines ready for action. 
4/30/202320 minutes, 32 seconds
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Figures reveal multi-billion dollar AUKUS 'contingency'

New figures reveal a 123-billion dollar "contingency" in Australia's largest ever defence project, the AUKUS nuclear submarine program.
4/27/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Figures reveal multi-billion dollar AUKUS 'contingency'

New figures reveal a 123-billion dollar "contingency" in Australia's largest ever defence project, the AUKUS nuclear submarine program.
4/27/202320 minutes, 4 seconds
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Australia's migration system needs overhaul

A major review of Australia's migration system has signalled changes are needed to make it easier to bring in highly-paid permanent skilled workers
4/26/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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Australia's migration system needs overhaul

A major review of Australia's migration system has signalled changes are needed to make it easier to bring in highly-paid permanent skilled workers
4/26/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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Hundreds of medicines to be half price

Australians will be able to buy twice as many common medicines for the price of one script under a major pharmacy shake-up.
4/25/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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Hundreds of medicines to be half price

Australians will be able to buy twice as many common medicines for the price of one script under a major pharmacy shake-up.
4/25/202320 minutes, 23 seconds
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China hits back at Australia's defence review

China is urging countries not to 'hype up' the so-called China threat, after a major Australian defence review criticised its military build-up.
4/24/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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China hits back at Australia's defence review

China is urging countries not to 'hype up' the so-called China threat, after a major Australian defence review criticised its military build-up.
4/24/202320 minutes, 22 seconds
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Defence Strategic Review to be released

The most significant review of Australia's defence capability since World War Two to be unveiled by the federal government.
4/23/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Defence Strategic Review to be released

The most significant review of Australia's defence capability since World War Two to be unveiled by the federal government.
4/23/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Elon Musk's big rocket explodes on test flight

The largest and most powerful rocket ever built has exploded minutes after launch.
4/20/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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Elon Musk's big rocket explodes on test flight

The largest and most powerful rocket ever built has exploded minutes after launch.
4/20/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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Reserve Bank facing biggest changes in a generation

The way interest rates are set is about to be changed as the Reserve Bank undergoes an overhaul;
4/19/202319 minutes, 37 seconds
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Reserve Bank facing biggest changes in a generation

The way interest rates are set is about to be changed as the Reserve Bank undergoes an overhaul;
4/19/202319 minutes, 37 seconds
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"Lies have consequences": Fox settles lawsuit

Fox News had paid $1b to settle a lawsuit over whether it deliberately spread vote rigging lies about the 2020 US Presidential election, allowing Rupert Murdoch to avoid a public grilling; Calls for more support for young homeless people; And thousands of scientists and tourists flood into Exmouth in WA for tomorrow's solar eclipse. 
4/18/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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"Lies have consequences": Fox settles lawsuit

Fox News had paid $1b to settle a lawsuit over whether it deliberately spread vote rigging lies about the 2020 US Presidential election, allowing Rupert Murdoch to avoid a public grilling; Calls for more support for young homeless people; And thousands of scientists and tourists flood into Exmouth in WA for tomorrow's solar eclipse. 
4/18/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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NDIS has 'lost its way'

The Federal Government is flagging a 'reboot' of the multi-billion dollar National Disability Insurance Scheme;
4/17/202319 minutes, 53 seconds
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NDIS has 'lost its way'

The Federal Government is flagging a 'reboot' of the multi-billion dollar National Disability Insurance Scheme;
4/17/202319 minutes, 53 seconds
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'No' referendum campaign launches ad blitz

As the 'no' campaign for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament launches an ad blitz, the Prime Minister is launching a pro Voice ultramarathon.
4/16/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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'No' referendum campaign launches ad blitz

As the 'no' campaign for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament launches an ad blitz, the Prime Minister is launching a pro Voice ultramarathon.
4/16/202320 minutes, 37 seconds
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Powerful cyclone makes landfall in WA

Powerful Tropical Cyclone Isla makes landfall on Western Australia's north-coast.
4/13/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Powerful cyclone makes landfall in WA

Powerful Tropical Cyclone Isla makes landfall on Western Australia's north-coast.
4/13/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Millions of Australians missing out on jobs

About three million Australians can't read or write properly and it's costing them jobs and promotions; West Australians bracing for Tropical Cyclone Ilsa; And the exhibition recreating the visual memories of people who can no longer see.
4/12/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Millions of Australians missing out on jobs

About three million Australians can't read or write properly and it's costing them jobs and promotions; West Australians bracing for Tropical Cyclone Ilsa; And the exhibition recreating the visual memories of people who can no longer see.
4/12/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Recession dangers haunt global economy

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4/11/202320 minutes, 35 seconds
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Recession dangers haunt global economy

AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program.
4/11/202320 minutes, 35 seconds
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Rental crisis hitting essential workers hardest

Essential workers, including aged care staff, nurses, childcare workers and teachers are being priced out of the rental market.
4/10/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Rental crisis hitting essential workers hardest

Essential workers, including aged care staff, nurses, childcare workers and teachers are being priced out of the rental market.
4/10/202320 minutes, 18 seconds
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Will sports stars back the Voice?

"Yes" campaigners for an indigenous Voice to Parliament are hoping for high profile advocates, including sports stars. 
4/9/202319 minutes, 31 seconds
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Will sports stars back the Voice?

"Yes" campaigners for an indigenous Voice to Parliament are hoping for high profile advocates, including sports stars. 
4/9/202319 minutes, 31 seconds
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Political divide grows over Voice referendum

The Federal Liberal leader Peter Dutton denies he's on the wrong side of history by vowing to actively campaign for a no vote in the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to parliament.
4/5/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Political divide grows over Voice referendum

The Federal Liberal leader Peter Dutton denies he's on the wrong side of history by vowing to actively campaign for a no vote in the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to parliament.
4/5/202320 minutes, 25 seconds
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Donald Trump pleads not guilty in first court appearance

US prosecutors allege Donald Trump conspired to illegally influence the 2016 Presidential election through a series of hush money payments
4/4/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Donald Trump pleads not guilty in first court appearance

US prosecutors allege Donald Trump conspired to illegally influence the 2016 Presidential election through a series of hush money payments
4/4/202320 minutes, 16 seconds
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Trump arrives in New York to face charges

Donald Trump is preparing to become the first former US President to face criminal charges.
4/3/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Trump arrives in New York to face charges

Donald Trump is preparing to become the first former US President to face criminal charges.
4/3/202320 minutes, 20 seconds
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Liberals face by-election defeat fallout

The Federal Opposition leader Peter Dutton is vowing to rebuild the Liberal party after an historic by-election defeat
4/2/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Liberals face by-election defeat fallout

The Federal Opposition leader Peter Dutton is vowing to rebuild the Liberal party after an historic by-election defeat
4/2/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Can the Liberal Party hang on to the seat of Aston?

The Federal Government pushes for a pay increase for Australia's lowest-paid workers, but business groups says a smaller increase is the only way to avoid more pain.
3/30/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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Can the Liberal Party hang on to the seat of Aston?

The Federal Government pushes for a pay increase for Australia's lowest-paid workers, but business groups says a smaller increase is the only way to avoid more pain.
3/30/202320 minutes, 19 seconds
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'A survival' increase: Unions push for pay rise

Unions are pushing for a 7% minimum wage rise, saying it's 'about survival' for 2.6 million workers.
3/29/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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'A survival' increase: Unions push for pay rise

Unions are pushing for a 7% minimum wage rise, saying it's 'about survival' for 2.6 million workers.
3/29/202320 minutes, 17 seconds
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Push for 'adults only' rating on more video games

Video games with simulated gambling to be given R18+ rating
3/28/202320 minutes, 26 seconds
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Business cautious about emissions deal

Mining and gas lobby groups broadly support the deal struck between the Albanese Government and the Greens to reduce emissions from the country's biggest polluters.
3/27/202330 minutes
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New Labor Government gets to work in NSW

Voters in NSW hope the newly elected Labor government will swiftly deliver promised higher wages for nurses and teachers
3/26/202330 minutes
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Labor returns to power in NSW

New South Wales Labor has ended its 12 years in the political wilderness, returning to power and giving the party control of every mainland state and territory.
3/25/202325 minutes
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Can Voice proposal win bipartisan support?

The Federal Government's tweaked the wording around the Voice to Parliament proposal, but is it enough to win bipartisan support?
3/23/202330 minutes
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NSW election race narrows in final days

More than 650,000 people have already voted ahead of Saturday's NSW election.
3/22/202330 minutes
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Deal close on rules for Voice referendum

The Federal Government and Coalition are inching closer to securing a deal over laws that will shape the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum.
3/21/202330 minutes
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Scientists deliver 'final warning' on climate crisis

A new UN report calls for urgent action on climate change.
3/20/202330 minutes
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Skin cancer study hit by data breach

Australia's biggest skin cancer study has been hit by an unpublicised data breach; Two decades after the Iraq war began, the country is grappling with political corruption, soaring unemployment and poverty; And a clean up begins after a record mass fish kill in western NSW.
3/19/202330 minutes
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UN-backed inquiry details Russian war crimes

A United Nations backed inquiry finds Russia's committed a range of war crimes in Ukraine, but how will those responsible be held to account?
3/16/202330 minutes
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East coast facing winter gas shortages

There are warnings about gas shortages during extreme weather this winter, as well as long term supply problems.
3/15/202330 minutes
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Budget under pressure from mammoth submarines price tag

The Defence Minister is defending the massive cost for the nuclear powered submarines program, although he won't reveal what budget savings will have to come.
3/14/202320 minutes
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Australian nuclear submarines to cost $368 billion

A fleet of 8 new nuclear powered submarines will be built in Australia in a defence program that will cost up to $368 billion dollars.
3/13/202330 minutes
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Building nuclear submarines to create 20,000 jobs

Australia's nuclear submarine fleet is tipped to support 20,000 jobs over the next 30 years.
3/12/202330 minutes
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Calls to trial four day work week

Could a shorter work week help those juggling paid work with caring responsibilities? A parliamentary committee says yes, and that it's time to test a four day work-week.
3/9/202330 minutes
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Cricket to dominate PM's first day in India

After being greeted by music and flowers, the Prime Minister is off to watch test cricket as he begins a four day visit to India;
3/8/202330 minutes
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Could record interest rate rises be ending?

There's a glimmer of hope the Reserve Bank might ease up on interest rate rises, with the central bank dropping its reference to needing more rate rises in coming months;
3/7/202330 minutes
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Interest rates tipped to rise again

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3/6/202330 minutes
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Big 'to do' list as Federal Parliament resumes

As politicians head back to Federal Parliament, cost of living pressures are expected to dominate debate, while the Government presses ahead with some of its  key election promises;.
3/5/202330 minutes
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MI5 head 'profoundly sorry' Manchester Arena attack wasn't prevented

The damning findings from the inquiry into the 2017 Manchester Arena terror attack that killed 22 people - it might have been prevented if British security services had acted on key intelligence
3/2/202330 minutes
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Australia Post shakeup as letter deliveries decline

Putting up the price of postage stamps and cutting back daily letter deliveries are some of the ideas being floated in a shakeup of Australia Post.
3/1/202330 minutes
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Superannuation tax brawl looms

There's been a mixed response to the Federal Government's plan to introduce a 30 per cent tax rate on superannuation earnings for balances above $3 million.
2/28/202330 minutes
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Flood memories prompt residents to raise homes

As south-east Queensland residents remember last year's devastating floods, some people are deciding to raise their homes.
2/27/202330 minutes
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New cybersecurity advisor to boost hacking defences

The federal government is stepping up efforts to improve Australia's protection against increasing cyber threats
2/26/202330 minutes
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Ukraine readies for attacks on anniversary of Russian invasion

A year since Russia's invasion Ukrainians brace for more attacks as its leaders tell the west they can win - if they get the right weapons
2/23/202330 minutes
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Social media giants grilled over child abuse

Twitter, TikTok and Google have been hit with legal threats from Australia's eSafety commissioner, who's  demanding to know what they're doing to crack down on child abuse material.
2/22/202330 minutes
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Australia facing unprecedented spy threat

The ASIO boss is warning of "a hive of spies" targeting journalists, military veterans, and judicial figures in Australia.
2/21/202330 minutes
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US President makes surprise visit to Ukraine

As air raid sirens sounded, US President Joe Biden has visited Ukraine's capital Kyiv, vowing to provide 'unwavering support'
2/20/202330 minutes
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Australian rescuers help NZ recover from Cyclone Gabrielle

A National Week of Action has begun - urging Australians to back the 'yes' vote for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament ... but could its success be under threat by a lack of detail about how it will work?
2/19/202330 minutes
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A strategy for the youngest Australians

Experts and government meet today to craft a strategy for the youngest Australians, with the first five years of life critical in paving the way to a healthy adult life.
2/16/202330 minutes
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Naval build-up to ward off people smugglers

Australia's northern naval defences bolstered as fears changes to immigration policy could tempt people smugglers back into business.
2/15/202330 minutes
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Rebel-held areas of Syria open for earthquake aid

Aid flows into rebel-held areas of Syria as Turkey's leader compares the impact of the earthquakes to atomic weapons.
2/14/202330 minutes
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Beijing and Washington in war of words over balloons

A war of words is deepening between Washington and Beijing - with both sides accuse each other of using high-altitude balloons for spying.
2/13/202330 minutes
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Labor abolished Temporary Protection Visas

Thousands of refugees living for years in uncertainty eligible to stay permanently as Labor delivers on an election promise to abolish temporary protection visas - but will it prompt people smugglers to resume their trade? The latest Closing the Gap reports shows Indigenous health and development stalling and on some measures - going backwards; and are we missing out on the key technology and talent we need to decarbonise our economy?
2/12/202330 minutes
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Australian rescue teams head to Turkiye

The World Health Organisation warns a looming disaster due to a lack of essentials could claim more lives than the earthquake in Turkiye and Syria.
2/9/202320 minutes
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Anger growing over Turkey's earthquake response

Anger growing over the Turkish Government's response to the earthquake disaster as the death toll rises.
2/8/202330 minutes
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Deathtoll rises as rescuers fight the cold to find earthquake survivors

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2/7/202330 minutes
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Thousands dead as earthquakes ravage Turkiye and Syria

A plea for help after earthquakes devastate Turkiye and Syria - cities destroyed, vital infrastructure knocked out, thousands are dead but an unknown number are still trapped.
2/6/202330 minutes
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Will Voice debate overshadow Government's parliamentary agenda?

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2/5/202330 minutes
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Leaders meet to tackle health system crisis

The nation's leaders meet today to discuss how to solve packed hospital emergency departments and clogged GP surgeries; The federal opposition calls for more public debate to shape the Voice to Parliament before a referendum; And while emergency flood warnings are over in New South wales, communities in the west remain cut off, but optimistic.
2/2/202330 minutes
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Australians delaying health care because of cost

There's been a sharp rise in the number of Australians delaying seeing a GP, filling a prescription, or seeing a mental health professional because of the cost;
2/1/202330 minutes
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"Volatile': warnings mount about Indo Pacific conflict

As the Foreign Minister warns the Indo Pacific is becoming increasingly dangerous and volatile, a visiting US general says a huge effort will be needed to avoid conflict with China.
1/31/202330 minutes
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Anger and frustration flare at Alice Springs town meeting

A week after the Prime Minister's urgent visit to Alice Springs, a large community meeting has again exposed the divisions in the town over how to tackle a surge in crime
1/30/202320 minutes
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Aussie unis welcome Chinese online study crackdown

Chinese students are being encouraged to return to Australian universities because of Beijing's snap crackdown on studying online at foreign universities
1/29/202330 minutes
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Russia launches wave of missiles on Ukraine

Ukrainians have faced another deadly barrage from Russian missile strikes a day after Germany and the US pledged to send tanks to Ukraine; Tourism operators in Alice Springs nervous about the town's reputation ahead of the peak winter travel season; And the annual refugee soccer tournament in Darwin helping people make friends in their new home country.
1/26/202320 minutes
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New tanks being sent to help Ukraine

Tanks for Ukraine: the US and Germany pledge to send heavy armour ahead of a possible Russian spring offensive.