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PM covers stories across Australia and the world, explaining and analysing the most important events and issues of the day.
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Landslide hits PNG village

In Papua New Guinea,  authorities fear more than a hundred people have been killed by a huge landslide.
5/24/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Coal power station's life extended

Australia's transition to renewable energy appears to have been dealt a blow, with the nation's biggest coal-fired power plant to be kept open longer than expected.  
5/23/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Opposition sticks with nuclear ambition

The Federal Opposition is continuing its push for nuclear power in Australia, despite another critical report from the CSIRO.
5/22/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Evacuation flights to New Caledonia

Two Australian defence force planes are involved in an evacuation effort from New Caledonia.
5/21/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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Iran's president dead

Iran's president and foreign minister have been killed in a helicopter crash in the country's north-west.
5/20/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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A-League betting scandal

The A-League soccer competition has been hit by allegations of betting corruption involving several players from the Sydney club Macarthur FC. 
5/17/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Unemployment rate rises again

The unemployment rate jumped to 4.1 per cent in April as more Australians struggled to find work.
5/16/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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NDIS advocates worried

Participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme are worried after the federal budget revealed cuts to the growth of the scheme. 
5/15/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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Defence whistleblower David McBride jailed

Military whistleblower David McBride sentenced to more than five years jail. His supporters say it sends a chilling message.
5/14/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Women watching federal budget closely

What does tomorrow's federal budget need to deliver to improve the lives of Australian women?
5/13/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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Lehrmann ordered to pay Ten's legal costs

Bruce Lehrmann is ordered to pay most of Network Ten's costs after his failed defamation case.
5/10/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Australia's future gas use under spotlight

The Government promises to keep the gas on, saying it's needed to reach net-zero emissions by 2050.
5/9/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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Beijing makes chopper spy claim

Beijing claims an Australian helicopter aircraft involved in an incident with one of its jets  was spying on China. 
5/8/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Israeli forces move into Rafah

Israel's military has declared it's taken control of the Palestinian side of the Rafah border-crossing into Egypt.
5/7/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Rafah invasion could be imminent

The Israeli army has ordered tens of thousands of people in the southern Gaza city of Rafah to start evacuating the area.
5/6/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Surfers still missing in Mexico

In Mexico, police have now arrested three people as they investigate the disappearance of two Perth brothers and their American friend.
5/3/202430 minutes, 49 seconds
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Australian surfers missing in Mexico

There are serious concerns for two Australian brothers who've gone missing on a surf trip in Mexico. 
5/2/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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$900 million to tackle domestic violence

National Cabinet has announced a funding package of nearly $1 billion to help people leave abusive relationships.
5/1/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Another airline collapses

Bonza has become the latest airline to run into financial trouble in Australia.
4/30/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Domestic violence groups want action

Community organisations are calling on National Cabinet to focus on the long-term support of women and children escaping violence.
4/29/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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Islamic leaders call for change

An alliance of Australia's peak Islamic groups is calling for the country's terrorism laws to be changed.
4/26/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Anzac Day commemorations

Thousands of people have gathered at ANZAC services around Australia and the world, including at the place where the legend began - Gallipoli.
4/25/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Counter terrorism raids in Sydney

In Sydney, counter terrorism police have raided several homes and arrested seven teenagers. 
4/24/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Prime ministers begin Kokoda Track

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his Papua New Guinean counterpart James Marape have set off together on a two-day hike of the historic Kokoda Track.
4/23/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Albanese lands in PNG

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has landed in Papua New Guinea for a visit loaded with symbology.
4/22/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tensions rise in Middle East

American media outlets are reporting that an Israeli missile strike hit Iran earlier today, although it's unclear how successful the attack was.
4/19/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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A day of reflection at Bondi Junction

The Bondi Junction shopping centre has reopened its doors for a day of quiet reflection, five days after the shocking mass stabbing attack.
4/18/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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New defence strategy unveiled

Australia is to spend an extra $50 billion on defence over the next decade.
4/17/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Calls for calm after stabbings

A stabbing a church in Sydney's south-west last night has been declared an act of terrorism. 
4/16/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Lehrmann fails in defamation case

The Federal Court has found, on the balance of probabilities, Bruce Lehrmann did rape Brittany Higgins at Parliament House in 2019. He has failed defamation case against Channel 10 and Lisa Wilkinson.
4/15/202430 minutes, 46 seconds
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Andrew Forrest hits Facebook roadblock

Andrew Forrest's attempt to prosecute Facebook owner Meta over scam ads fails in Australia, but he's not finished yet.
4/12/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Will the 'Made in Australia' plan work?

The Prime Minister has unveiled a plan to supercharge investment in green energy projects and critical industries.
4/11/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Calls for Palestinian statehood

The Foreign Minister Penny Wong has put Palestinian statehood back on Australia's agenda, in a bid to find a way to end the deadly Israel-Hamas war. 
4/10/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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Alice Springs curfew extended

The Chief Minister of the Northern Territory has extended the youth curfew in Alice Springs by a week.
4/9/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Supermarkets could face fines

The Albanese Government has pledged a better deal for shoppers and for farmers, after the release of a new review.
4/8/202430 minutes, 37 seconds
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Torrential rain hits NSW and Qld

New South Wales and Queensland are bracing for possible flooding as heavy rains sweep across those states.
4/5/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tough questions in Lehrmann case

Former Channel Seven producer Taylor Auerbach faces a barrage of tough questions, in the defamation case brought by Bruce Lehrmann.
4/4/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Earthquake hits Taiwan

Taiwan has been rocked by the strongest earthquake to hit the island in at least 25 years. The death toll is unclear.
4/3/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Australian aid worker killed in Gaza

The Prime Minister is demanding "full accountability" after an Australian aid worker was killed in an apparent Israeli air-strike in Gaza. 
4/2/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Easter tourism brings vital boost

Across this nation, this Easter break has been a mixed back for tourism operators.
4/1/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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Alice Springs curfew under scrutiny

The Northern Territory Government's response to rioting in Alice Springs, a two week youth curfew at night, has been mostly well received.
3/28/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Emergency curfew in Alice Springs

An emergency curfew has been declared in Alice Springs, after a violent brawl.
3/27/202430 minutes, 59 seconds
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Push for new immigration laws

The Federal Government is trying to ram through legislation making it easier to deport people.
3/26/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Fires in WA damage properties

It's believed homes have been lost as a bushfire burns out of control in Western Australia's South-West.
3/25/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Tasmania votes

Tasmanians head to the polls tomorrow in a state election that could see voters shift away from the major parties.  
3/22/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Jobs figures better than expected

Australia's unemployment rate has fallen from sharply from 4.1 per cent to 3.7 per cent.
3/21/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Trump's insult puts Rudd under pressure

Australia's ambassador to the United States, Kevin Rudd, is scrutiny after an outburst from former US president Donald Trump.
3/20/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Interest rates on hold

The Reserve Bank has decided to leave interest rates unchanged at four point three-five per cent.
3/19/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Cyclone Megan hits NT

A category 3 cyclone has already caused severe damage in one community, and is heading towards another in the Northern Territory.
3/18/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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Big boost for aged care workers

Aged care workers have had a win today, with a ruling that means they'll get pay rises of between seven and 28 per cent. 
3/15/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Mine safety under scrutiny

The mining industry facing tough questions about workplace safely after a worker dies in a mine collapse in Victoria.
3/14/202430 minutes, 26 seconds
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New funding for NT schools

Educators in the Northern Territory are celebrating news of extra funding, but they warn it must be spent wisely. 
3/13/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Aged care: Who will pay?

New recommendations for the funding of Australia's aged care system appear to be gaining widespread support.
3/12/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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Ramadan arrives as war rages

Civilians in Gaza are enduring catastrophic conditions as they begin the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. 
3/11/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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Joe Biden addresses the nation

The United States President Joe Biden has delivered his third state of the union speech.
3/8/202430 minutes, 5 seconds
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Murder charge laid after long search

After weeks searching for missing Ballarat woman Samantha Murphy, police have charged a man with murder.
3/7/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Economic growth grinds to a halt

Australia's GDP growth was just 0.2 per cent in the last quarter, according to figures released today.
3/6/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Sam Kerr in UK court

Matildas' captain Sam Kerr faced a London court charged with the racial harassment of a police officer. 
3/5/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Rental crisis continues

The national vacancy rate now sits at 0.7 per cent, according to one real estate website. That's a record low. 
3/4/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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Anger over Facebook announcement

Facebook says it won't renew any of the deals it struck to support public interest journalism in Australia.
3/1/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Who is the 'traitor'?

Australia's political circles are buzzing after the head of ASIO revealed a former politician was recruited by foreign agents.
2/29/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Muslim groups reject Gov invitation

Muslim groups have rejected invitations to share an Iftar dinner with their state Premiers. 
2/28/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Bodies found in NSW investigation

There's been a breakthrough in the investigation of the alleged murders of Sydney couple Luke Davies and Jesse Baird.
2/27/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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Bigger than the Beatles?

Analysis from the Treasury finds wage growth is now the biggest cause of inflation.
2/26/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Ukrainians still hold hope

On the second anniversary of Russian's invasion, Ukrainians are determined to keep fighting. 
2/23/202430 minutes, 20 seconds
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Bushfire in western Vic

Evacuation warnings have been issued to more than 30 towns in the Victoria's west as a large out-of-control bushfire burns.
2/22/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Snowtown accomplice gains parole

One of the men involved in South Australia's "bodies in the barrels killings" has been granted parole.
2/21/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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New ships for Australian navy

The Albanese government today announced a major overhaul of the navy that will expand the surface combat fleet .
2/20/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Politicians trade blows over boat arrivals

The debate around asylum seekers has erupted once again, after 39 people made it to the mainland last Friday. 
2/19/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Vic communities face long recovery

In Victoria, the destruction tally continues to grow after fires and storms swept through the state's east and west earlier in the week.
2/16/202430 minutes, 44 seconds
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Prime Ministerial wedding bells ring

Prime Ministerial wedding bells set to ring as Anthony Albanese announces his engagement to partner Jodi Haydon.
2/15/202430 minutes, 43 seconds
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Thousands still without power in Vic

The fallout from yesterday's wild weather and fires in Victoria is still being assessed.
2/14/202430 minutes, 45 seconds
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Albanese looks for Indigenous reset

The Government has today committed another 700 million dollars to create thousands of jobs in remote areas of Australia.
2/13/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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Israel launches attacks on Rafah

There are fears for civilians in the city of Rafah in Gaza, after Israel launched a new attack, reportedly killing dozens.
2/12/202430 minutes, 39 seconds
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'Forgetful' Biden under pressure

A legal victory has turned into a political disaster for US President Joe Biden after an investigation raised serious questions about his memory. 
2/9/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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PNG prime minister addresses parliament

Today's historic address to Parliament by PNG's leader James Marape was the first such address by any Pacific leader. 
2/8/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Lack of competition costs shoppers billions

A new report into price gouging has found a serious lack of corporate competition means many of us are being ripped off at the check-out.
2/7/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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RBA holds interest rates unchanged

For the first time, the governor of the Reserve Bank has taken question in a press conference about its latest rate decision. 
2/6/202430 minutes, 42 seconds
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Australian faces potential death sentence

Chinese-Australian writer Yang Hengjun has received a suspended death sentence in a Beijing court.
2/5/202430 minutes, 35 seconds
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Potential for early election looms

No evidence. Police pour cold water on reports an anti-semitic phrase was chanted in a video of an infamous Sydney Opera House protest last year.
2/2/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Are our beach safety messages failing?

Could we be on the cusp of genuine cost-of-living relief? Businesses consider price cuts as the economy looks set to cool.
2/1/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Inflation falls so when can expect a rate cut?

Inflation's falling but can we expect an interest rate cut anytime soon?
1/31/202430 minutes, 40 seconds
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South-east Queensland hit by flash floods

Cars washed away , homes underwater and locals forced to swim for their lives - flash flooding devastates suburbs near Brisbane.
1/30/202430 minutes, 41 seconds
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Markets brace for impact of China Evergrande collapse

The liquidation of one of China's largest property developers Evergrande - the economic and political ramifications could ripple across the globe.
1/29/202430 minutes, 38 seconds
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Nation celebrates Australia Day amid debate about changing the date

Police in Sydney stop a group of masked men dressed entirely in black carrying Australian flags as the nation marks Australia Day.
1/26/202430 minutes, 7 seconds
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Albanese begins tax cut shakeup big-sell

A broken election promise or a pragmatic decision born of necessity? Anthony Albanese begins the big sell of his tax cut overhaul.
1/25/202430 minutes, 2 seconds
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Government to move ahead with Stage Three tax changes

Anthony Albanese rolls the political dice, tweaking the stage three tax cuts - will voters buy it?
1/24/20240
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Former PM Scott Morrison to leave parliament

The pandemic Prime Minister, the Hawaiian Holiday, the multiple ministries saga, Scott Morrison's resigning from parliament.
1/23/202430 minutes, 3 seconds
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Will tax cuts be watered down?

One major bank reports consumer stress is now at the same level as it was in the first few months of the pandemic. 
1/22/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Government prepares for by-election

The date for a crucial federal by-election for the Melbourne seat of Dunkley has now been announced for 2 March. 
1/19/202430 minutes, 3 seconds
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Minister refuses to intervene in port dispute

As tens of thousands of shipping containers around the nation stand idle, port operator DP World and the maritime union have been given a blunt message.
1/18/202430 minutes, 5 seconds
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ABC faces fallout from Lattouf sacking

Beijing has suggested a Japanese warship may have been responsible for a sonar incident, which injured Australian divers last year.
1/17/202429 minutes, 57 seconds
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Donald Trump wins in Iowa

Donald Trump is off to a strong start in the race to be the Republican party's candidate for president later this year, winning a crucial vote in the primaries.
1/16/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Santos wins legal battle in NT

The Federal Court has dismissed a case brought by Tiwi Island elders against gas company Santos.
1/15/202430 minutes
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US, UK bomb Houthis in Yemen

The United States and Britain have launched air strikes against Houthi rebel targets in Yemen, south of Saudi Arabia.
1/12/202430 minutes, 1 second
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PNG deals with fallout from riots

Sixteen people have now been confirmed dead after violent riots in Papua New Guinea's capital, Port Moresby, and its second largest city, Lae. 
1/11/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Mass demonstrations in Papua New Guinea

In Papua New Guinea's capital, the Prime Minister's office is under siege by protesters outraged by the underpayment of public servants.
1/10/202430 minutes, 4 seconds
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Job losses coming as refinery closes

About a thousand Australian workers are set to lose their jobs after Alcoa announced it will end production at one of its three West Australian alumina refineries.
1/9/202430 minutes, 6 seconds
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Victoria hit by major flooding

Three months of rain hit the central Victorian town of Heathcote in just 24 hours, while further east, parts of Seymour and Yea have been issued evacuation orders.
1/8/202430 minutes, 1 second
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Stuck in Gaza: family members frustrated

Bruce Lehrmann's barrister has told the Federal Court it can't rely on the evidence of Brittany Higgins, as he made his closing arguments in the defamation case brought by the former Liberal staffer.
12/22/202330 minutes, 4 seconds
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Debate over warship deployment

Australia has confirmed it won't send a warship to the Red Sea to help a US-led coalition prevent Houthi rebels attacking cargo ships. 
12/21/202330 minutes, 5 seconds
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Colorado Court delivers Donald Trump an election blow

A legal grenade thrown at Donald Trump's re-election hopes - a Colorado court rules he's ineligible to be placed on the ballot because of his involvement in the January Six insurrection.
12/20/202329 minutes, 55 seconds
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Did the Government do enough to keep a dangerous terrorist in prison?

The man dubbed Australia's most notorious terrorist has walked free from prison - should the Government have done more to keep Abdul Nacer Benbrika locked up?
12/19/202330 minutes, 4 seconds
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Hundreds stranded as floods devastate Far North Queensland

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
12/18/202330 minutes, 5 seconds
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More capacity needed to power Australia's transition to renewable energy

As we shift from coal to renewables... could nuclear power help keep the lights on amid growing strains on our energy grid.
12/15/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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More capacity needed to power Australia's transition to renewable energy

As we shift from coal to renewables... could nuclear power help keep the lights on amid growing strains on our energy grid.
12/15/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Kathleen Folbigg to seek compensation after convictions quashed

Once labelled Australia's worst female serial killer, Kathleen Folbigg's convictions for killing her children have been quashed.
12/14/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Cyclone Jasper makes landfall across the Queensland coast

Locals brace themselves as Tropical Cyclone Jasper hits Far North Queensland - flooding is the the biggest concern.
12/13/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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TC Jasper to test new Queensland's Premier-in-waiting

Queensland has a new Premier-in-waiting Steven Miles - and he's already being tested as Cyclone Jasper bears down on the far north coast.
12/12/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Migration plan to crackdown on foreign student sector and streamline visas for skilled workers

Fast-tracked visas for highly skilled workers and an overhaul of the foreign student sector - is the Government's new plan going to fix Australia's migration system?
12/11/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Fire risks escalate as heatwave sweeps across southeast Australia

Soaring temperatures and high winds raise the risk of catastrophic fire conditions across the south-east of the continent.
12/8/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Can a NDIS overhaul stop it from collapsing under its own weight?

Facing massive cost blow outs exacerbated by overservicing and fraud - a major overhaul announced for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
12/7/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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A fourth detainee arrested as Government scrambles to pass new laws

A fourth detainee charged after being released from Immigration detention because of a High Court ruling.
12/6/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Detainee crisis worsens for Government

Has a debacle now turned into a crisis for the Government?
12/5/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Humanitarian group accuses Israel of 'indiscriminate warfare'

"Indiscriminate warfare" against the Palestinian people - "in violation of international humanitarian law" - Médecins Sans Frontières delivers a scathing assessment of Israel's war on Gaza and labels Australia as complicit.
12/4/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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Pause over as Israel and Hamas renew hostilities

The truce is over ... Israel and Hamas resume hostilities after a seven-day-pause.
12/1/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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Pause in Gaza holds for another day

Another pause in the fighting between Israel and Hamas as pressure grows on the warring parties to keep the guns silent.
11/30/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Will we now avoid a pre-Christmas interest rate hike?

Some good news or at least less bad than expected as inflation fell sharply this month - lowering the chances of a pre-Christmas interest rate hike.
11/29/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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New legal for efforts to monitor released detainees

A PM exclusive - fresh constitutional challenge against the Government's new laws designed to closely monitor detainees released by the High Court.
11/28/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Government strikes deal with Greens on Murray Darling Basin

Protests held after the government strikes a deal with the Greens to return water to the Murray-Darling Basin - the Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek joins the program.
11/27/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Uneasy truce begins between Israel and Hamas ahead of hostage deal

The uneasy truce begins between Israel and Hamas ... but the agreement is complex and it is febrile, so will it last?
11/24/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Houses lost as bushfire rages through Perth suburbs

A frightening taste of summer  ... 40 degree temperatures and strong winds fan bushfires tearing through Perth suburbs.
11/23/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Israel-Hamas broker hostage deal and temporary pause in fighting

50 hostages in exchange for 150 Palestinians jailed in Israel - could it lead to a lasting ceasefire?
11/22/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Is Australia's housing market set to fall?

Are interest rate hikes about to finally start denting Australia's booming housing market?
11/21/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Will sonar pulse attack strain relations with Beijing?

The Prime Minister condemns China for hitting navy divers with a sonar pulse but he won't say whether he raised it personally with Xi Jinping.
11/20/202330 minutes, 32 seconds
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Optus boss faces tough Senate grilling

Under scrutiny in the Senate the Optus boss reveals more than 200 calls to the emergency 000 line couldn't get through during the nationwide network outage.
11/17/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Commonwealth infrastructure cuts angers States

The Commonwealth scraps dozens of big infrastructure projects over cost blowouts - the states claim vital road and rail upgrades are now in jeopardy.
11/16/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Government hounded over detainee release

The Opposition hounds the government over the release of criminals from immigration detention but what can be done to protect the community?
11/15/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Government under pressure of released detainees

More details emerge about the asylum seekers released from immigration detention by a High Court ruling - three have murder convictions and several are sex offenders.
11/14/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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Victim's advocates furious over asylum seeker release

Victim's advocates furious over the release of asylum seekers convicted of violent crimes - after last week's High Court ruling.
11/13/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Australia offers Tuvalu residents climate change visa

In the first deal of its kind, Australia offers the residents of a small Pacific island, threatened by climate change, special visas to move here.
11/10/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Optus CEO vows to fix mess after blackout

Optus chief executive Kelly Bayer Rosmarin admits she still doesn't have a clear idea of what triggered yesterday's outage, or whether the Optus reputation can be recovered.
11/9/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Optus apologises for network outage that affected millions

Millions affected as the Optus network crashes - the pressure's mounting on a company now dealing with its second major online disaster in just over a year.
11/8/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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RBA hikes rates and warns more could follow

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
11/7/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Small Victorian town mourns fatal beer garden crash

Pain and heartbreak in a small Victorian community where five people were killed while sitting in a beer garden.
11/6/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Rough day for Qantas executives at airline's AGM

A Rough day for Qantas executives at the airline's AGM as shareholders deliver their "first strike" in what could ultimately lead to the board being spilled.
11/3/202331 minutes, 14 seconds
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Woman charged with murder over mushroom poisoning

Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers warns Australia could fail to meet its emissions targets without drastic change.
11/2/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Australia's plague of domestic violence - six women dead in 10 days.

A national crisis of domestic violence ... six women killed in 10 days ... and 58 fatal attacks so far this year.
11/1/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Netanyahu cites bible in ruling out ceasefire

Israel's leader cites the bible - as he rejects growing calls for a ceasefire - and pushes troops further into Gaza. The US brings in new laws to regulate Artificial Intelligence - will they work or stifle innovation? And amid worsening rates of body image distress in our kids -  could social media actually become a force for good? 
10/31/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Australia's housing crisis worsens as rents rise

Australia's housing crisis worsens with vulnerable people struggling as rental properties become harder than ever to find.
10/30/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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US launches airstrikes inside Syria

American fighter jets have launched airstrikes on two targets in Syria. It says they are linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps. 
10/27/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Bruce Lehrmann named in court case

Former Liberal Party staffer Bruce Lehrmann has been named as a defendant in a rape case in Toowoomba, Queensland.
10/26/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Israel under pressure to pause bombing

As Gaza continues to suffer under a relentless bombing attack, pressure is mounting for a humanitarian pause in hostilities. 
10/25/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Questions over Israel's plan for Gaza

Ahead of an apparently imminent ground invasion of Gaza by Israel's defence force there are growing questions about whether Israel has a clear plan for what it hopes to achieve.
10/24/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Aid convoys are 'a drop in the ocean'

As some humanitarian aid starts trickling into Gaza, Israel is intensifying its bombardment of the territory.
10/23/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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Biden draws parallels between Putin and Hamas

'An inflection point in history' Joe Biden lumps Hamas and Vladimir Putin together describing them as threats to democracy as he commits billions more to Ukraine and Israel.
10/20/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Gaza hospital blast fans fury in Middle East

Mounting evidence the deadly Gaza hospital explosion wasn't Israel's fault but whoever's to blame, the incident's only added further fuel to the crisis engulfing the Middle East.
10/19/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Blame game about deadly hospital blast in Gaza

Joe Biden set to touch down in the Middle East as Israel and Palestinian groups blame each other for a devastating hospital blast in Gaza that left hundreds dead;
10/18/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Civilians flee Gaza as Iran issues warning to Israel

Hamas releases hostage videos as Palestinian civilians try to get out of harms way with Israel readying for a ground assault.
10/17/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Why did the campaign for 'The Voice' fail so badly?

The shattering defeat of The Voice referendum - its consequences for Indigenous Australians, reconciliation and Anthony Albanese's political future. Just how did they get it so wrong?
10/16/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Palestinians given warning to get out of northern Gaza

With a ground invasion imminent - Israel warns Palestinians to clear out of northern Gaza; Police tell protesters to stay away from a pro-Palestine rally planned this weekend in Sydney; and on the eve of The Voice referendum why the driving force of the proposal Noel Pearson remains confident the Yes vote can win.
10/13/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Humanitarian disaster looming for Gaza

No food, water or electricity, under air attack and waiting for a ground invasion - the terrifying situation facing Gaza right now as Israel responds to the Hamas terror attacks.
10/12/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Australian journalist released from Chinese detention

A diplomatic breakthrough as Australian journalist Cheng Lei is freed from jail in China, where she's been locked up since 2020.
10/11/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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Israel's seals off Gaza border and prepares for ground assault

Israel's siege of Gaza is underway - how do two million people survive under intense bombardment with their food, water and electricity supplies cut off?
10/10/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Israel steps up retaliation on Hamas

Jets striking targets in Gaza, troops massing ahead of an expected ground offensive and hundreds already dead on both sides - what more can we expect as Israel extracts a 'bloody vengeance' on Hamas?
10/9/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Dramatic rescues in Victoria's flood emergency

Two men rescued from the roof of their car near Bairnsdale, as floodwaters rise in Victoria's Gippsland and north-east.
10/6/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Voice referendum: spiteful video raises tensions

Independent senator Lidia Thorpe, an indigenous woman who is opposed to the Voice, has been targeted in a racist neo-Nazi video.
10/5/202330 minutes, 59 seconds
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Migration report finds shocking exploitation

The Federal Government has announced a $50-million crackdown on migration agents, after a report found significant rorting of the visa system. 
10/4/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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East coast communities on alert for fires and flooding

Firefighters have battled blazes across several states with fires threatening communities in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania.
10/3/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Could the house price rebound lead to another rate rise?

Australian house prices approach record highs: will it mean another rate rise before Christmas?   
10/2/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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Royal Commission calls for urgent reform of disability sector

After four and a half years,  the Disability Royal Commission delivers its final report - among its findings are calls for an end to school segregation and the phasing out of group homes;
9/29/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Major shakeup for Australian Army to focus on Pacific operations

A dramatic shake-up of the Australian Army with more soldiers to be located in Queensland to help counter any threat from China.
9/28/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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What can we expect from Victoria's new Premier Jacinta Allan?

Victoria has a new Premier with Jacinta Allan taking over from Daniel Andrews. What will she bring to the job?
9/27/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Daniel Andrews steps down after nine years as Victorian Premier

After nine years in office, the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announces his resignation - take a look at the legacy of the state's longest serving Labor Premier;.
9/26/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Powerful bureaucrat steps aside pending investigation into texts

The powerful bureaucrat Mike Pezzullo stands aside pending an investigation into allegations he attempted to influence politicians;
9/25/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Will Lachlan Murdoch deliver as NewsCorp Chairman?

Rupert Murdoch steps down passing the corporate baton to his eldest son Lachlan. Is it the right move?
9/22/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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COVID Inquiry about preparing for future pandemics, not blame

A broad-ranging inquiry to be held into Australia's pandemic response - Anthony Albanese says it's not about blame but how to do better next time.
9/21/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Does Victoria have the blueprint to solve the housing crisis?

Victoria's bold new housing plan - is it a model the country should adopt to fix our housing crisis?
9/20/202330 minutes, 11 seconds
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East Coast swelters as El Nino officially declared

As extreme heat sweeps across the eastern states - meteorologists officially declare an El Nino weather event.
9/19/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Record-breaking early heatwave grips country's Southeast

Several parts of New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria are getting an early taste of summer with record-breaking spring temperatures.
9/18/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Senator Price's colonisation comments draw strong response

Jacinta Nampijinpa (Price's comment that the colonisation of Aboriginal people has had no 'ongoing negative effects' disputed by Doctors, psychologists and community leaders.
9/15/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Yes Campaign accused of peddling 'lies'

The Coalition's spokesperson for Indigenous Australians has issued a string of warnings about the proposed Voice to parliament - declaring it could be used as a weapon to punish politicians who are against it.
9/14/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Qantas apologizes to workers after losing outsourcing appeal

Another bad day for Qantas ... the airline apologises to workers it sacked during the pandemic - a move the High Court has now confirmed was illegal;
9/13/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Why is Kim Jong-un in Russia?

Experts give us their views on the government's housing package. Some say it falls short and have other ideas on how the crisis can be solved.
9/12/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Greens agree to Government's signature housing policy

The Greens agree to support the government's housing package after securing an extra billion dollars for community and public housing.
9/11/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Australia to conduct joint patrols with Philippines in South China Sea

Australia and the Philippines have confirmed plans to hold joint patrols in the South China Sea - under a new strategic partnership.
9/8/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Should human rights be a factor in which airlines fly here?

With the government under pressure for blocking Qatar Airways' request for extra flights here - should human rights be a factor in deciding which airlines can fly to Australia?
9/7/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Is the economy heading for a 'soft landing'?

Australia's GDP figures show the economy might be heading out of its inflation crisis and into a 'soft landing' but are we actually in what's known as a 'technical recession'.
9/6/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Alan Joyce quits early as pressure mounts

A Qantas departure that's actually ahead of schedule - Alan Joyce leaves the airline two months early.
9/5/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Claims China supplied Solomon Islands with real weapons

As China vies for influence in the Pacific - did Beijing send real weapons to help train Solomon Islands police not replicas as first claimed?
9/4/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Can Qantas repair its public image after horror week?

Can Qantas repair its public image after being shamed for trousering hundreds of millions of dollars in flight credits and now facing huge fines for selling tickets to already cancelled flights? 
9/1/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Voters express confusion over 'The Voice'

Why are so many Australians frustrated with the amount of information they're getting on the proposed Voice to Parliament?
8/31/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Campaign sharpen messages at date set for Voice Referendum

The Yes and No campaigns sharpen their messages as the Prime Minister announces October the 14th as the date for the referendum on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.
8/30/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Is a lack of airline competition hurting the Australian economy?

Are tourism operators suffering the consequences of a lack of competition in Australia's airline industry?
8/29/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Alan Joyce faces intense Senate scrutiny

The C-E-O of Qantas, Alan Joyce has faced a grilling by a Senate Committee examining the cost of living.
8/28/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Donald Trump becomes first President to get a jail mugshot

For once, a photo Donald Trump didn't want to be in - his mugshot taken in a Georgia jail as he faces more charges of trying to overturn the 2020 election results.
8/25/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Justice for Malka Leifer's victims

After a long fight, the victims of former school principal Malka Leifer finally see her jailed for 15 years.
8/24/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Fire Chiefs' dire warning for bushfire season

Fire Chiefs deliver a dire warning ahead of summer - it's going to be dry, it's going to be hot and it could be dangerous.
8/23/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Coles announces massive profit amid cost-of-living crisis

The supermarket giant Coles records a record profit as many Australians struggle to pay their soaring grocery bills.
8/22/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Country faces tough economic choices as population ages

The latest Intergenerational report from treasury poses some serious questions for Australia's future - how will we pay for our bigger and older population?
8/21/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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PM apologises to Vietnam vets on 50 year anniversary

As Australia marks 50 years since we ended our involvement in the Vietnam War, the Prime Minister apologises to Veterans for their treatment on returning home.
8/18/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Jobless rate up easing fears of another rate hike

A rise in unemployment - bad if you've lost your job but probably a relief if you have a mortgage - but it may make another interest rate rise less likely.
8/17/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Collective fingers crossed as Matildas take on England in WWC semi-final

Australia's got its collective fingers crossed as the Matildas take on England in tonight's World Cup Semi-final.
8/16/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Elation as four missing Aussies found off Aceh coast

Four Australian surfers missing in bad weather off the coast of Sumatra in Indonesia's Aceh province have been rescued.
8/15/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Tributes for leading epidemiologist Mary Louise McLaws, dead at 70

The Matildas make sporting history but they face a big test against England to make the final.
8/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Tributes for leading epidemiologist Mary Louise McLaws, dead at 70

The Matildas make sporting history but they face a big test against England to make the final.
8/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Australia prepares for Matilda's knockout clash with France

The Tillies are in town - Brisbane gets ready for Australia's knockout match against France in the World Cup.
8/11/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Australia prepares for Matilda's knockout clash with France

The Tillies are in town - Brisbane gets ready for Australia's knockout match against France in the World Cup.
8/11/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Federal Government apologises to RoboDebt victims

The Federal Government formally apologises to the victims of the RoboDebt scandal but the Opposition holds off.
8/10/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Federal Government apologises to RoboDebt victims

The Federal Government formally apologises to the victims of the RoboDebt scandal but the Opposition holds off.
8/10/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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CBA's record profit cold comfort for customers

The Commonwealth Bank posts a record profit - cold comfort if you're struggling with high interest rates and the costs-of-living.
8/9/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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CBA's record profit cold comfort for customers

The Commonwealth Bank posts a record profit - cold comfort if you're struggling with high interest rates and the costs-of-living.
8/9/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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WA scraps it controversial Indigenous Heritage laws

WA's new Premier scraps the government's controversial Aboriginal cultural heritage laws... will the decision have an impact on support for The Voice referendum?
8/8/202330 minutes, 54 seconds
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WA scraps it controversial Indigenous Heritage laws

WA's new Premier scraps the government's controversial Aboriginal cultural heritage laws... will the decision have an impact on support for The Voice referendum?
8/8/202330 minutes, 54 seconds
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Fury over early release of report into failed Lehrmann investigation

The ACT Chief Minister's fury over the early release of the report into the failed prosecution of Bruce Lehrmann.
8/7/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Fury over early release of report into failed Lehrmann investigation

The ACT Chief Minister's fury over the early release of the report into the failed prosecution of Bruce Lehrmann.
8/7/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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China drops tariff on Australian barley, in sign of thaw in relations

More signs of a thaw in relations between Canberra and Beijing? China drops its tariffs on Australian barley
8/4/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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China drops tariff on Australian barley, in sign of thaw in relations

More signs of a thaw in relations between Canberra and Beijing? China drops its tariffs on Australian barley
8/4/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Scathing report into ACT Prosecutor over Lehrmann case

'Knowingly lied and 'had lost objectivity' - the damning findings against the ACT's top prosecutor in a report into the prosecution of former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann for the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins
8/3/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Scathing report into ACT Prosecutor over Lehrmann case

'Knowingly lied and 'had lost objectivity' - the damning findings against the ACT's top prosecutor in a report into the prosecution of former Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann for the alleged rape of Brittany Higgins
8/3/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Are national standards needed to vet those looking after children?

More details on those shocking allegations of abuse against a former childcare worker - do we need national standards governing the people looking after our children?
8/2/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Are national standards needed to vet those looking after children?

More details on those shocking allegations of abuse against a former childcare worker - do we need national standards governing the people looking after our children?
8/2/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Former childcare workers faces hundreds of sexual abuse charges

A massive police operation swoops on a former childcare worker who's now facing a staggering 1600 child abuse charges involving 91 children
8/1/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Former childcare workers faces hundreds of sexual abuse charges

A massive police operation swoops on a former childcare worker who's now facing a staggering 1600 child abuse charges involving 91 children
8/1/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Hopes dashed of finding crew from missing Army helicopter

Hopes dashed - the search for the four missing crew of an ADF Helicopter that crashed in Queensland becomes a recovery mission
7/31/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Hopes dashed of finding crew from missing Army helicopter

Hopes dashed - the search for the four missing crew of an ADF Helicopter that crashed in Queensland becomes a recovery mission
7/31/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Threat of double dissolution over housing bill

The Prime Minister dangles the threat of a double dissolution election to get the Greens to support his housing fund - is it a political risk worth taking?
7/28/202330 minutes, 11 seconds
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Threat of double dissolution over housing bill

The Prime Minister dangles the threat of a double dissolution election to get the Greens to support his housing fund - is it a political risk worth taking?
7/28/202330 minutes, 11 seconds
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More gang-related shootings shock Sydney

Gang violence ricochets across Sydney - two fatal shootings this week alone - so what's behind this spate of recent killings and why can't the police stop them?
7/27/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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More gang-related shootings shock Sydney

Gang violence ricochets across Sydney - two fatal shootings this week alone - so what's behind this spate of recent killings and why can't the police stop them?
7/27/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Inflation slows but is it enough to stop more interest rate hikes?

Inflation's slowing but is the Reserve Bank's finger still on the interest rate rise trigger?
7/26/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Inflation slows but is it enough to stop more interest rate hikes?

Inflation's slowing but is the Reserve Bank's finger still on the interest rate rise trigger?
7/26/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Who is John Margerison and why has he fled the country?

He was a big Liberal Party fundraiser with links to a former Cabinet Minister ... and now a parliamentary inquiry wants to ask him some questions but he's left the country. So where in the world is John Margerison and is there any chance of getting him back?
7/25/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Who is John Margerison and why has he fled the country?

He was a big Liberal Party fundraiser with links to a former Cabinet Minister ... and now a parliamentary inquiry wants to ask him some questions but he's left the country. So where in the world is John Margerison and is there any chance of getting him back?
7/25/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Mandarin who presided over RoboDebt quits $900,000 public service job

Kathryn Campbell - the senior public servant slammed for her role in the illegal RoboDebt scandal - resigns from her $900,000 dollar-a-year Defence Department job
7/24/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Mandarin who presided over RoboDebt quits $900,000 public service job

Kathryn Campbell - the senior public servant slammed for her role in the illegal RoboDebt scandal - resigns from her $900,000 dollar-a-year Defence Department job
7/24/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Russia targets Ukraine's ports prompting fears of food crisis

There are serious worries the world's food supply is at risk with Russia bombing Ukraine's critical infrastructure - including the country's grain terminals.
7/21/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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Russia targets Ukraine's ports prompting fears of food crisis

There are serious worries the world's food supply is at risk with Russia bombing Ukraine's critical infrastructure - including the country's grain terminals.
7/21/202330 minutes, 37 seconds
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Excitement high as Women's World Cup kicks off

A fatal shooting this morning in Auckland has cast a shadow over day one of the FIFA Women's World Cup tournament.
7/20/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Excitement high as Women's World Cup kicks off

A fatal shooting this morning in Auckland has cast a shadow over day one of the FIFA Women's World Cup tournament.
7/20/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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How much will it cost to cancel the Commonwealth Games?

No one likes paying a cancellation fee but what's it's going to cost Victoria for dumping the Commonwealth Games?
7/19/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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How much will it cost to cancel the Commonwealth Games?

No one likes paying a cancellation fee but what's it's going to cost Victoria for dumping the Commonwealth Games?
7/19/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Is it the end for the Commonwealth Games?

The Victorian Premier cancels the 2026 Commonwealth Games - is it the death knell for an event originally designed to celebrate the British Empire?
7/18/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Is it the end for the Commonwealth Games?

The Victorian Premier cancels the 2026 Commonwealth Games - is it the death knell for an event originally designed to celebrate the British Empire?
7/18/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Allegations of bullying and harassment at consulting firms

Sexual harassment, bullying and unethical digging for competitors' secrets - a Senate Inquiry hears it's all in a day's work at the major consulting firms.
7/17/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Allegations of bullying and harassment at consulting firms

Sexual harassment, bullying and unethical digging for competitors' secrets - a Senate Inquiry hears it's all in a day's work at the major consulting firms.
7/17/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Can the new RBA Governor stop inflation without crunching households?

For the first time in its 63 year history the Reserve Bank is to have a female Governor with the Treasurer Jim Chalmers announcing today the deputy governor Michele Bullock will succeed Philip Lowe
7/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Can the new RBA Governor stop inflation without crunching households?

For the first time in its 63 year history the Reserve Bank is to have a female Governor with the Treasurer Jim Chalmers announcing today the deputy governor Michele Bullock will succeed Philip Lowe
7/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Who might be the next RBA chief?

As speculation mounts about the future of Reserve Bank Chief Philip Lowe, the Opposition wants public servants ruled out from replacing him
7/13/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Who might be the next RBA chief?

As speculation mounts about the future of Reserve Bank Chief Philip Lowe, the Opposition wants public servants ruled out from replacing him
7/13/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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RBA announces changes as Philip Lowe leaves door open for more rate hikes

You'll hear why Philip Lowe won't rule out ,ore interest rate hikes and how the Reserve Bank Governor is changing the way the RBA operates
7/12/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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RBA announces changes as Philip Lowe leaves door open for more rate hikes

You'll hear why Philip Lowe won't rule out ,ore interest rate hikes and how the Reserve Bank Governor is changing the way the RBA operates
7/12/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Ben Roberts-Smith to appeal against defamation verdict

Ben Roberts-Smith's heading back to court - the Victoria Cross winner appealing the damning judgement made against him in his landmark defamation trial.
7/11/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Ben Roberts-Smith to appeal against defamation verdict

Ben Roberts-Smith's heading back to court - the Victoria Cross winner appealing the damning judgement made against him in his landmark defamation trial.
7/11/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Pressure rising on Scott Morrison to quit parliament

Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison's political future is in doubt with coalition figures refusing to back him, after the Robodebt Royal Commission's damning findings.
7/10/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Pressure rising on Scott Morrison to quit parliament

Former Prime Minister Scott Morrison's political future is in doubt with coalition figures refusing to back him, after the Robodebt Royal Commission's damning findings.
7/10/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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"Illegal, unfair, crude and cruel" Royal Commission damns Robodebt

The former Prime Minister and three of his then-Cabinet Ministers named and shamed as the Royal Commission into Robodebt delivers a scathing report about the illegal scheme.
7/7/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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"Illegal, unfair, crude and cruel" Royal Commission damns Robodebt

The former Prime Minister and three of his then-Cabinet Ministers named and shamed as the Royal Commission into Robodebt delivers a scathing report about the illegal scheme.
7/7/202330 minutes, 41 seconds
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Outrage over 'racist' newspaper ad

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
7/6/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Outrage over 'racist' newspaper ad

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
7/6/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Anti-Voice campaign accused of 'Trump-style' politics

The No Campaign accused of importing 'Trump-style politics' to Australia as debate around the Indigenous Voice to Parliament becomes acrimonious.
7/5/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Anti-Voice campaign accused of 'Trump-style' politics

The No Campaign accused of importing 'Trump-style politics' to Australia as debate around the Indigenous Voice to Parliament becomes acrimonious.
7/5/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Rates on pause but will go up again if inflation isn't tamed

The RBA has left the cash rate at 4.1% - for now.
7/4/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Rates on pause but will go up again if inflation isn't tamed

The RBA has left the cash rate at 4.1% - for now.
7/4/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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More PWC partners sacked as tax advice scandal widens

Embattled consulting firm PwC Australia has named and sacked eight senior partners over the tax leak scandal.
7/3/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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More PWC partners sacked as tax advice scandal widens

Embattled consulting firm PwC Australia has named and sacked eight senior partners over the tax leak scandal.
7/3/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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National anti-corruption body begins this weekend

With the shockwaves from the Gladys Berejiklian case still being felt, the National Anti-Corruption Commission officially starts work tomorrow.
6/30/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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National anti-corruption body begins this weekend

With the shockwaves from the Gladys Berejiklian case still being felt, the National Anti-Corruption Commission officially starts work tomorrow.
6/30/202330 minutes, 35 seconds
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"Seriously Corrupt" ICAC's damning indictment of Gladys Berejiklian

Former New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has been labelled corrupt - by the damning findings of an ICAC investigation into her conduct when she was running the biggest state in Australia.
6/29/202330 minutes, 13 seconds
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"Seriously Corrupt" ICAC's damning indictment of Gladys Berejiklian

Former New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian has been labelled corrupt - by the damning findings of an ICAC investigation into her conduct when she was running the biggest state in Australia.
6/29/202330 minutes, 13 seconds
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Inflation drops - does the RBA need to pause rate hikes?

Today, new data showed the annual inflation rate slumping from 6.8 per cent in April to 5.6 per cent in May - a drop much more pronounced than most economists had predicted.
6/28/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Inflation drops - does the RBA need to pause rate hikes?

Today, new data showed the annual inflation rate slumping from 6.8 per cent in April to 5.6 per cent in May - a drop much more pronounced than most economists had predicted.
6/28/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Ukraine fights back as Putin's power questioned

Ukraine says it's making progress against Russian forces while Vladimir Putin's hold on the Kremlin is being seriously questioned for the first time in his 23 years at the top.
6/27/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Ukraine fights back as Putin's power questioned

Ukraine says it's making progress against Russian forces while Vladimir Putin's hold on the Kremlin is being seriously questioned for the first time in his 23 years at the top.
6/27/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Australia pledges more aid to Ukraine as Putin deals with fallout from aborted coup

As the Russian president Vladimir Putin clings to power after the weekend's aborted insurrection, the Australian government has today announced another 110 million in military support for Ukraine.
6/26/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Australia pledges more aid to Ukraine as Putin deals with fallout from aborted coup

As the Russian president Vladimir Putin clings to power after the weekend's aborted insurrection, the Australian government has today announced another 110 million in military support for Ukraine.
6/26/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Russia launches High Court action over Canberra Embassy site

'A catastrophic implosion' - all those onboard the Titan believed dead prompting calls for the banning of 'deep-sea tourism.
6/23/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Russia launches High Court action over Canberra Embassy site

'A catastrophic implosion' - all those onboard the Titan believed dead prompting calls for the banning of 'deep-sea tourism.
6/23/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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The search for the Titan down to its last hours

The desperate search for the missing Titan sub continues with its oxygen supplies set to run out - is there any chance of saving the five people onboard?
6/22/202330 minutes, 25 seconds
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The search for the Titan down to its last hours

The desperate search for the missing Titan sub continues with its oxygen supplies set to run out - is there any chance of saving the five people onboard?
6/22/202330 minutes, 25 seconds
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Banging noises raise hopes Titan crew still alive

In the North Atlantic, the detection of underwater noise raises hope the missing deep sea submersible may be found.
6/21/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Banging noises raise hopes Titan crew still alive

In the North Atlantic, the detection of underwater noise raises hope the missing deep sea submersible may be found.
6/21/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Why is the 'Yes' campaign struggling?

It has the support of Federal Government, some of our biggest companies and most major sports organisations - so why is the 'YES' campaign for an indigenous voice to parliament facing such an uphill battle?
6/20/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Why is the 'Yes' campaign struggling?

It has the support of Federal Government, some of our biggest companies and most major sports organisations - so why is the 'YES' campaign for an indigenous voice to parliament facing such an uphill battle?
6/20/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Federal Parliament gives go-ahead for the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum

The Prime Minister calls on Australians to support the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as the referendum legislation gets through the Senate.
6/19/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Federal Parliament gives go-ahead for the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum

The Prime Minister calls on Australians to support the Indigenous Voice to Parliament as the referendum legislation gets through the Senate.
6/19/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Dutton wants David Van out of parliament

Peter Dutton wants Senator David Van to quit parliament after more allegations emerge about his behaviour.
6/16/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Dutton wants David Van out of parliament

Peter Dutton wants Senator David Van to quit parliament after more allegations emerge about his behaviour.
6/16/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Liberal Senator kicked out of Partyroom as more allegations emerge

Liberal Senator David Van dumped from the party room after more claims made against him just a day after allegations of sexual assault were raised by Lidia Thorpe.
6/15/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Liberal Senator kicked out of Partyroom as more allegations emerge

Liberal Senator David Van dumped from the party room after more claims made against him just a day after allegations of sexual assault were raised by Lidia Thorpe.
6/15/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Senator accuses colleague of sexual assault

Crossbench Senator Lidia Thorpe has used parliamentary privilege to accuse a parliamentary colleague of sexual assault.
6/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Senator accuses colleague of sexual assault

Crossbench Senator Lidia Thorpe has used parliamentary privilege to accuse a parliamentary colleague of sexual assault.
6/14/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Town grieves those lost in Hunter Valley bus crash

Shock turns to grief - a small town rallies together as its comes to terms with the fatal bus crash that's devastated communities in the Hunter Valley, north of Sydney.
6/13/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Town grieves those lost in Hunter Valley bus crash

Shock turns to grief - a small town rallies together as its comes to terms with the fatal bus crash that's devastated communities in the Hunter Valley, north of Sydney.
6/13/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Driver charged over horrific bus crash

Police have charged the driver of a bus that crashed in the New South Wales Hunter region overnight - killing 10 people. The 58 year old man from Maitland - has been charged with ten counts of dangerous driving occasioning death. The bus had been transporting guests from a wedding - after a day of celebration - when it overturned and crashed into a guard rail.
6/12/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Driver charged over horrific bus crash

Police have charged the driver of a bus that crashed in the New South Wales Hunter region overnight - killing 10 people. The 58 year old man from Maitland - has been charged with ten counts of dangerous driving occasioning death. The bus had been transporting guests from a wedding - after a day of celebration - when it overturned and crashed into a guard rail.
6/12/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Will a Federal indictment stand in the way of Trump's race for the White House?

Donald Trump's legal woes are mounting but can anything slow his momentum in the race for the White House?
6/9/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Will a Federal indictment stand in the way of Trump's race for the White House?

Donald Trump's legal woes are mounting but can anything slow his momentum in the race for the White House?
6/9/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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PM stands by Minister as Higgins' texts emerge

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is standing by his Finance Minister Katy Gallagher after texts have emerged suggesting she knew of the Brittany Higgins - Bruce Lehrmann matter ahead of the media storm.
6/8/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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PM stands by Minister as Higgins' texts emerge

The Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is standing by his Finance Minister Katy Gallagher after texts have emerged suggesting she knew of the Brittany Higgins - Bruce Lehrmann matter ahead of the media storm.
6/8/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Australia's economy cools amid global insecurity and higher rates

Australia's cooling economy- is recession now on the cards?
6/7/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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More mortgage pain as RBA hikes interest rates to highest level in 11 years

Stubbornly high inflation has again forced the Reserve Bank to lift the cash rate for the 12th time in just over a year. Borrowers will be slugged by another quarter of a percentage point rise - taking the cash rate to 4.1 percent
6/6/202330 minutes, 57 seconds
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Kathleen Folbigg freed after pardon

Convicted murderer Kathleen Folbigg, imprisoned two decades ago for the killing of her four children, has been pardoned and released.
6/5/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Calls grow for Ben Roberts-Smith to be stripped of honours

The civil defamation finding against Ben Roberts-Smith has triggered widespread debate about whether he should be stripped of his honours, including a display dedicated to his military service  at the Australian War Memorial.
6/2/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Ben Roberts-Smith loses landmark civil case

Australia's most decorated war veteran loses his mammoth defamation battle. A judge finds news reports of war crimes committed by Ben Roberts-Smith were proven to be substantially true.
6/1/202330 minutes, 39 seconds
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RBA boss offers uncomfortable inflation solution

As inflation sends rents soaring, the Reserve Bank Governor suggests tenants should consider share housing or moving in with mum and dad.
5/31/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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As the PWC scandal deepens, is it time to overhaul government consultancies?

As scrutiny of the PWC tax leak scandal continues at Senate Estimates hearings, the Greens are calling for an immediate ban on the consultancy firm doing any government work.
5/30/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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WA Premier Mark McGowan goes out while still on top

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
5/29/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Billionaires' feud over Sun Cable at an end

In the clash of the billionaires over what could be the southern hemisphere's biggest-ever solar farm,  Mike Cannon-Brookes has taken control of the 'Sun Cable' project over Andrew 'Twiggy' Forrest.
5/26/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Top finance department officials grilled on PWC tax leak scandal.

The Federal Finance Department has told consulting firm PwC to "stand down" any staff who knew about Treasury tax leaks from working on any existing or future government contracts.
5/25/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Visiting Indian PM strikes deal on migrant worker mobility

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi struck new agreements with his Australian counterpart Anthony Albanese on migration and green hydrogen, while raising concerns about attacks on Hindu temples in Sydney.
5/24/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Adoring crowd offers rock star welcome for India's Narendra Modi

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will  address a crowd in Sydney, estimated to include up to 20,000 people. He'll be joined by his counterpart Anthony Albanese as both men extol the virtues of the Australia-India relationship.
5/23/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Peter Dutton ramps up attack on Indigenous Voice proposal

As federal parliament prepares to vote on the final form of words to be put to the Australian people at the referendum, Opposition leader Peter Dutton has ramped up his attack on the Indigenous Voice proposal.
5/22/202330 minutes, 44 seconds
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Prime Minister joins world leaders at the G7 meeting in Japan

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese arrives in Hiroshima early this afternoon for the G7 summit where he'll represent Australia which has been invited as an outreach partner along with several other nations.
5/19/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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China ends trade chill with order for Aussie timber

The Federal government has welcomed an announcement from China today that it's lifting the ban on Australian timber. China suspended the 600 million dollar a year trade in 2020 blaming quarantine concerns.
5/18/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Quad catch-up cancelled as Biden stays away

Despite lengthy preparations, a major national security meeting to be held in Sydney has been cancelled as US President Joe Biden deals with problems at home.
5/17/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Questions persist in wake of New Zealand hostel fire

How could it happen? -- and how many have been lost? Questions persist as the search goes on for victims of a fire at a 92-room hostel in the New Zealand capital of Wellington.
5/16/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Land owners offered a multi-million dollar contamination settlement

The Commonwealth has settled a class action with 30-thousand Australians over contamination from fire-fighting foam used on Defence sites across the country. 
5/15/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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Green light for more coal extraction in Central Queensland

The Federal government gives a provisional go-ahead to a coal mine in Queensland's Bowen Basin, now it's accused of betraying people who voted for climate action.
5/12/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Top prosecutor backs away from political interference claims

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
5/11/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Budget 'kick in the teeth' on soaring housing costs

Rent assistance for people on welfare and incentives for builders. Does the budget do enough to address spiralling housing costs? 
5/10/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Budget back in black, but only briefly

The Federal Budget to reveal an imminent surplus and financial help for some renters. 
5/9/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Financial relief for single parents revealed

One day out from the Federal Budget, the government announces single parents will keep their payment until their youngest child turns 14, instead of eight. 
5/8/202330 minutes, 51 seconds
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Reserve Bank expects faster drop in inflation, despite high rents

Rent prices only expected to rise, despite the Reserve Bank forecasting overall inflation to cool more quickly than previously expected. We'll have the latest economic forecasts. 
5/5/202330 minutes, 11 seconds
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Doubt aged care pay rise will flow to all workers

A 15 per cent pay rise confirmed for aged care workers, but it's unclear whether those earning more than the award rate will benefit
5/4/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Fracking boom predicted for the Northern Territory

The NT government insists fracking for gas has a role in Australia's future, despite concerns about a changing climate.
5/3/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Why are interest rates on the move again?

After a short-lived pause, the Reserve Bank inflicts more interest rates pain to try to cool the economy. 
5/2/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Reserve Bank considers next move as rent and home prices rise

Home sale prices are rising and some are tipping the Reserve Bank's interest rate hikes are at an end. Where to from here for the housing market? 
5/1/202330 minutes, 45 seconds
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Disability advocates anxious as agency is funded for cost crack down

The Prime Minister reveals a crack down on rising costs for the NDIS will have an up-front bill of more than $700 million.
4/28/202330 minutes, 27 seconds
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Migration shake-up not about boosting numbers, says govt

Australia's migration overhaul. Temporary workers to get a pathway to permanent residency, but the government says this doesn't mean more migrants coming here. 
4/27/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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'Ageism' behind delays on power of attorney reform

The Age Discrimination Commissioner is fed up with delays on a power of attorney register that would help stop elder abuse. 
4/26/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Should defence personnel be responding to natural disasters?

The days of Australian defence personnel coming to the rescue in devastating fires and floods appear to be numbered, with a growing push to reserve troops and equipment for conflict. 
4/25/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Defence review 'unclear' and 'timid'; says analyst Hugh White

Australia's defence strategic review points to China's huge military build-up, but Australia's response to changing conditions is 'unclear' and 'timid' according to our guest, strategic policy expert Hugh White. 
4/24/202330 minutes, 52 seconds
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Opposition's Voice legal concerns dismissed by Solicitor-General

The legal opinion of the Solictor-General backs the Indigenous Voice to Parliament, blunting one of the opposition's attacks. 
4/21/202330 minutes, 40 seconds
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Fewer interest rate decisions from a new board; explaining the RBA revamp

PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia.
4/20/202330 minutes, 38 seconds
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Tributes for Father Bob, outspoken priest and advocate for the poor

The much loved Melbourne Priest Father Bob Maguire has died. We'll hear how he often found himself at odds with the Catholic Church, while working tirelessly to help the poor and homeless. 
4/19/202330 minutes, 43 seconds
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Shorten's disability support plan sparks cautious hope of a 'sustainable' future

Bill Shorten pledges to make the National Disability Insurance Scheme sustainable, and with the disability community watching on, he insists it's not about cutting support. 
4/18/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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'Yes' and 'No' campaigns aim to swing voters on Voice referendum

Campaigning steps up on the Indigenous Voice referendum, as each side fights for the future of the Australian Constitution.
4/17/202330 minutes, 42 seconds
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Paramedic's stabbing death rocks medical community

A Sydney paramedic has been stabbed to death while on a break at a McDonalds car park. It highlights the risk of occupational violence for health care workers. 
4/14/202329 minutes, 57 seconds
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More aged care turmoil feared after Wesley Mission closures

A leading expert warns the closure of three aged care homes in Sydney could be the "canary in the coal mine" for an industry under pressure to change. 
4/13/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Budget expert warns of "bitter pill" debt for younger generations

The problems plaguing the federal budget. We'll hear the case for big changes to cut spending and raise revenue with the Grattan Institute's Danielle Wood.
4/12/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Key Liberal quits frontbench over Voice

A key Liberal quits Peter Dutton's frontbench to campaign 'Yes' ahead of the Indigenous Voice referendum. Could more follow suit?
4/11/202330 minutes, 49 seconds
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Concern at major US intelligence leak

Leaked war documents warn Ukraine's air defences could run out within weeks, unless reinforcements are brought in;
4/10/202330 minutes, 9 seconds
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'Yes' campaigners lament Liberals' call on Voice referendum

Ken Wyatt, a former Liberal Minister for Indigenous Australians hands in his party membership over its opposition to the Indigenous Voice referendum.
4/6/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Coalition unites to oppose the Voice referendum

The Liberal Party walks away from the Indigenous Voice, joining the Nationals in opposing the planned referendum. 
4/5/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Hope as rate rises pause and govt plans 'some relief' on costs

Some relief for borrowers as the Reserve Bank pauses the interest rate hikes, but that doesn't necessarily mean its next move will be to cut rates. 
4/4/202330 minutes, 47 seconds
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Liberals suggest scrapping Voice vote rather than risk 'no'

The Federal Liberal party thinks the Voice referendum should be dropped or delayed if there's any risk of a 'no' vote, saying Australia's social and racial harmony is at risk.  
4/3/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Trump's day in court is close after criminal indictment

The former US President Donald Trump indicted on criminal charges. We'll explain the legal process ahead for the man who wants to be president again.
3/31/202330 minutes, 50 seconds
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When will Peter Dutton show his hand on the Voice?

The Liberals still holding out on declaring a party position regarding the Indigenous Voice, as the government presses on, introducing a key bill for the referendum.
3/30/202330 minutes, 48 seconds
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Costs still rising, but has the inflation rate peaked?

The cost of essentials continues to rise, but at a slower rate, raising some hope that we're on a path to being able to balance household budgets. 
3/29/202332 minutes, 37 seconds
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NSW Labor's majority appears to have evaporated

Chris Minns sworn in as the Premier of New South Wales. But it's now looking likely that his Labor party will not command a majority in the state's parliament.
3/28/202330 minutes
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Greens' 'hard cap' on emissions welcomed by climate campaigners

We'll explain the changes the Greens won to the government's climate change policy.
3/27/202330 minutes
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Essential workers struggling with housing costs

Police, nurses, and teachers are struggling to find a home near work in Australia's two biggest cities.
3/24/202330 minutes
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PM Albanese's heartfelt plea for Australians to back the Voice

The Prime Minister reveals the question you'll vote on for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice. We have a special program on the new details and arguments for and against. 
3/23/202330 minutes
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'Rivalry' behind tense clashes between political left and right

Violence outside a Sydney church raises concerns about divisions in society. We'll hear how it's all about a struggle for power, rather than any particular rise in religious conservatism. 
3/22/202330 minutes
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Parliament grapples with climate law amid "time bomb" warning

An urgent call for deep, and sustained cuts to greenhouse gas emissions. We'll look at the role hydrogen could play in our energy future. 
3/21/202330 minutes
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Why banning the Nazi salute will make life harder for the far-right

Victoria to criminalise the Nazi salute after ugly scenes outside parliament on the weekend. Will banning a hand gesture actually make us safer?
3/20/202330 minutes
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Major missile purchase to ramp up defences

Australia looks set to buy up to 220 American-made Tomahawk missiles after the US State Department approved the sale.
3/17/202330 minutes
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New cyber crime alert at Latitude Financial

More than 100 thousand identity documents feared stolen after a hacker gets into the records of Latitude Financial.
3/16/202330 minutes
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Why big power price rises are still allowed

Power prices are set to rise by more than 20 per cent for many consumers. Should more be done to cap a key cost of living?
3/15/202330 minutes
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'The country has to survive'; Why Australia should spend big on nuclear subs

Nuclear-powered submarines commanded by Australians are coming next decade. The AUKUS deal is revealed and it'll cost hundreds of billions of dollars. 
3/14/202330 minutes
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'Whole of country' submarine project to be revealed

On the eve of the AUKUS submarines announcement, one expert tells us the scale of the task ahead can't be underestimated. 
3/13/202330 minutes
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Robodebt hearings conclude with heartbreaking evidence

How the pursuit of truth at the Robodebt Royal Commission has helped a mother grieve for her son who died by suicide after receiving a debt notice. 
3/10/202330 minutes
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Albanese's cricket diplomacy in India

Cricket lovers unite in India, where the Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is getting a hero's welcome. We'll look at the issues on his tour agenda including trade, defence, and security.  
3/9/202330 minutes
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Rules on character references for criminals under scrutiny

How character references are used in court is under a spotlight after an out-of-date letter was submitted for a high-profile child sex offender. 
3/8/202330 minutes
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RBA lifts rates to 11-year high

Yet more pain for Australian borrowers - as interest rates are lifted for a tenth-straight time to tackle inflation.
3/7/202330 minutes
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Malcolm Turnbull questioned at Robodebt inquiry

At the Robodebt Royal Commission, former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull gives evidence he raised concerns about the illegal scheme, but was told it was lawful.
3/6/202330 minutes
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Fury at public servant who paused Robodebt

The furious reaction of a senior public servant, after a colleague with concerns "switched off" a key part of Robodebt. 
3/3/202330 minutes
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Queensland's youth crime surge tests residents and policy makers

Repeat young offenders blamed for increasing crime across regional Queensland. How can the problem be fixed and what do residents do in the meantime? 
3/2/202330 minutes
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What Labor's super change means for a $3.5m balance

An explainer on what this change to superannuation tax is is all about and what it means in dollar terms for those sitting on a huge nest egg. .
3/1/202330 minutes
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Minister's surprising reaction to Robodebt revelation

A former senior bureaucrat says the Coalition minister responsible for Robodebt said "we will double down" when confronted with advice that the scheme was illegal. We'll have a report from the Royal Commission. 
2/28/202330 minutes
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Home loan buffer test to stay at three percent despite rising rates

Home buyers' borrowing power is going backwards as interest rates rise, but the financial regulator is sticking with its three per cent buffer test. It means those looking to refinance are struggling to get bank approval. 
2/27/202330 minutes
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Hope 'this will end' persists in war ravaged Ukraine

A full year of bloodshed in Ukraine. Is China now on the brink of helping Russia to crush its enemy? 
2/24/202330 minutes
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Mega-rich using super accounts for tax minimisation

How 'big' superannuation balances are being used by the super rich. We'll explore what scaling back tax breaks could mean for the budget bottom line. 
2/23/202330 minutes
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Is it worth waiting for the new COVID shot?

Three days in to the new COVID booster regime, doctors are waiting for stock of the latest shots and patients are tossing up which one is best in their arm. 
2/22/202330 minutes
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Defending the Voice referendum question

Advocates for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament reject a suggestion the wording of the referendum question should change.
2/21/202330 minutes
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Retirement funds could be in for big changes

The government to consider changes to superannuation. Do you think you should be allowed to dip in when times are tough?
2/20/202330 minutes
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Tesla cars recalled after self drive safety concerns

US regulators recall hundreds of thousands of self-driving Teslas. But some owners defend the safety of the top selling electric vehicle. 
2/17/202330 minutes
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Qld terrorist attack linked to Christian "pre-millennialism" ideology

Police reveal the Wieambilla killers adhered to a Christian fundamentalist belief system - known as "pre-millennialism". 
2/16/202330 minutes
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'Heavy heart' RBA boss says as he contemplates rates pain

The Governor of the Reserve Bank, which has been raising interest rates, speaks of his 'heavy heart' as he's quizzed before a Senate Committee, insisting what he's doing is in the national interest.  
2/15/202330 minutes
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Iranian spies outed for watching activists in Australia

The Home Affairs Minister speaks out about foreign interference concerns, revealing an Iranian spying operation. We'll hear from the activists who fear they're being watched. 
2/14/202330 minutes
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Satellite data sparks NT mining town air quality concern

Residents near the big manganese mine on Groote Eylandt push for government air quality studies, after satellite monitoring sparks concerns about fine particles.   
2/13/202330 minutes
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Will the Reserve Bank 'overdo it' on rates?

The Reserve Bank explains why more interest rate rises are needed, probably two more at least to deal with inflation. We'll hear how the Treasurer plans to respond. 
2/10/202330 minutes
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Under the rubble for three days

Three days since the earthquake in Türkiye and Syria, we'll hear from one of the Australian search and rescue team members heading to the quake zone. He's vowing they'll represent Australia's Turkish community.
2/9/202330 minutes
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Latest bivalent COVID shots in short supply

A fifth dose of a COVID shot available soon for most of the population. But the vaccines targeting the latest sub-variants are still in short supply. 
2/8/202330 minutes
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'They need help' Turkish diaspora responds to quake devastation

Australia to send humanitarian aid to earthquake devastated Syria and Türkiye, where thousands are dead and many are still missing under rubble.
2/7/202330 minutes
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'What is the Voice?' asks an Arnhem Land leader

Aboriginal leaders from some of the most remote parts of the Northern Territory tell PM they would like a bit more detail about The Voice before the referendum. 
2/6/202330 minutes
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Medicare review looks to the future for health care overhaul

The health care crisis looks set to linger as a long-awaited review of Medicare fails to come up with short term solutions. But some involved in the review are optimistic about what's to come.
2/3/202330 minutes
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Final farewell for Cardinal George Pell

The late-Cardinal George Pell has been remembered as a 'soldier for truth' and a 'giant' of the Catholic Church, while his handling of clergy sexual abuse continues to cast a shadow. 
2/2/202330 minutes
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Minister 'was aware' of Robodebt inaccuracies

Former Federal Coalition Minister Alan Tudge defends his oversight of the illegal Robodebt scheme. 
2/1/202330 minutes
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Clubs boss resigns amid pokies furore

The battle over pokies reform in New South Wales sees a clubs boss sacked after linking the state Premier's religion with his policies on gambling.
1/31/202330 minutes
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Coroner urges overhaul of 'disaster' Vic bail laws

New alcohol restrictions are in force in Alice Springs, but business owners remain angry over the handling of an escalating crime wave - now they're planning legal action against the Government.
1/30/202330 minutes