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ABC News Daily is the podcast that helps you understand the issues affecting your world. Every episode, host Samantha Hawley walks through one story with the help of an ABC colleague or expert in under 15 minutes. When you want coverage you can trust, listen to ABC News Daily.
 
When news breaks, when our world changes, when you need questions answered – or when you need an escape from the headlines – this is where you'll find special, in-depth reporting from ABC News Radio. From hour-long shows covering the COVID-19 pandemic, to thoughtful discussions of politics, to celebrations of the arts. This is audio storytelling at its best, powered by ABC News.
 
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When two sisters from Saudi Arabia were found dead and naked in their beds in a Sydney apartment earlier this year, it shocked Australians and puzzled police.It has raised questions about who the young women were and why they fled their homeland. Today, Background briefing reporter Rachael Brown on her chilling investigation into their mysterious d…
 
On today's show we: celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day, cheer on our Aussie athletes at the Commonwealth Games, meet a new superhero, visit a wildlife shelter in Tasmania and pat a champion dog.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How long does Garma Festival last?2. Where are this year's Commonwealth Games held?3. What type of wallabies w…
 
There's a flourishing 'jobs for mates' culture in Australia, so it's hardly surprising when former politicians are appointed to lucrative overseas posts. But do we really have to accept it? In New South Wales a former deputy premier was forced to relinquish a plum United States post after a public outcry and now he's at the centre of an explosive i…
 
The reserve bank has spent most of the year furiously increasing interest rates but now the big banks are betting they'll start falling again soon. It's not due to an improving economic outlook. It's because the rapid rate hikes globally could land us in recession. Today, ABC business editor Ian Verrender on the 'miserable' state of the economy and…
 
You would have heard by now Australia has stepped up its border security because of an outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in Indonesia.So what would happen if the disease arrived here?Today we speak to a farmer who lived through a devastating outbreak in England in the early 2000s and the life-changing experiences of an Australian vet who went to h…
 
Last year, China tested a hypersonic missile that circumnavigated the globe before hitting its target.It surprised the world, and it was a sign of just how advanced its military has become. So amid calls for the US and its allies including Australia to develop better missile capabilities in response, how big is the threat? Today, aerospace engineer…
 
History shows us changing the constitution can be an unpredictable process, but Anthony Albanese has made it clear that's one of his main aims during his first term as leader. He's pushing ahead with a referendum on a First Nations Voice to Parliament, which would enshrine in the constitution a body to advise on matters relating to Australia's firs…
 
There's already so much uncertainty in the world and now it's being compounded, with China scrambling jets in response to a visit to Taiwan by the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi. The headlines are worrying, pointing to the risks of an all-out war. Today, the ABC's East Asia correspondent, based in Taipei, Bill Birtles on t…
 
Interest rates have risen again, this time by half a percent, and from all accounts the Reserve Bank isn't finished yet. The new Treasurer, Jim Chalmers, says it means millions of Australians will be finding it much harder to make ends meet. So what is he saying he'll do about it? Today, economics reporter Gareth Hutchens on what we know of the new…
 
We know China's influence is growing in the Pacific, but exactly how it operates is often opaque.Now, Four Corners has uncovered a paper trail that reveals just how far Beijing is willing to go to keep its friends in power. Today, reporter Angus Grigg on how a Chinese-backed multi-million-dollar slush fund is ensuring the Solomon Islands prime mini…
 
Australian hospitals have never been so swamped by COVID-19 patients. We're heading for another peak in infections, and the daily death toll has never been so high, while worldwide we appear to be faring worse than just about anywhere else. But why? And how many more waves will Australia need to endure? Today, epidemiologist Professor Tony Blakely …
 
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