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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.
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Every Friday, join Ruby for News Time as she counts down the week’s most interesting news stories for kids. From amazing animals to special events, the natural world to outer space, News Time is made especially for children to help them understand the world around them.
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The first stop on today's show is the post office! To meet some letter sending locals. Then, we'll head to the beach to practice deep listening. After a quick dip, we'll go deep into a cave to inspect a curious discovery, and then to a shearing shed on a farm, to meet an expert shearer. After that whirlwind adventure, it's off to a different kind o…
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A ‘Future Made In Australia’ has a nice ring to it. But is it really wise for the government to throw almost $23 billion at industries to help along the transition to net zero emissions and a green future? The federal opposition thinks it will just mean billionaires like Gina Rinehart get richer. Today, the host of the ABC Radio National Breakfast,…
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To some he’s a hero for helping to expose alleged war crimes in Afghanistan, to others he’s a criminal who stole and shared military secrets. This week, a judge jailed former military lawyer David McBride for five years and eight months for sharing classified information with journalists. Today, investigative reporter Adele Ferguson on the case aga…
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The federal budget delivers a $300 power bill rebate to every household in the country, along with the previously announced tax cuts. The treasurer says it’s responsible cost of living relief that’ll force the inflation rate down faster than expected. So, could that lead to earlier cuts to interest rates? Today, the ABC’s Ian Verrender speaks with …
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A former Chinese spy has revealed the lengths taken by its security services to track down dissidents overseas, including in Australia, and get them back home. Some expat Chinese who are critical of the communist party and leader Xi Jinping fear for their lives, despite being Australian residents. Today, Echo Hui on her exclusive interview for Four…
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He shares one of the most famous names in US political history, but can he change the course of the next US election? Robert F Kennedy Jr, a nephew of the former president John F Kennedy is running as an independent and while he won’t win, he could steal votes from both Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Today, Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal o…
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On today's show, we'll hear how an op shop is changing a community, we'll find out about the discovery of a giant jawbone, and we'll meet some scientists with a cool idea to chill out a hot city. Then, we'll hear about some significant spears that have been returned to their traditional owners, before heading to the beach for the… Wow of the week! …
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Don’t you get sick of the constant text messages warning that you haven’t paid a toll, or that you’ve missed a package delivery or have a refund owing? In many cases they’re clearly fake but there are scams that aren’t so obvious, and Australians have lost billions of dollars to them. Today, consumer affairs reporter Michael Atkin on why more of us…
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When a porn star took the stand in a New York courtroom, her account of sex with Donald Trump was so detailed and at times graphic, the former US president’s lawyers called for a mistrial. Trump often kept his eyes closed as Stormy Daniels spoke about an alleged sexual encounter in 2006. He denies they had sex at all. The criminal trial is all abou…
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There have been two knife attacks within just weeks of each other that are being linked to terrorism. One was a church in Sydney and the other outside a Bunnings in Perth on the weekend. Both involved teenage boys. So, what’s going on? Today, investigative reporter Sean Rubinsztein-Dunlop on the radicalisation of vulnerable young people and whether…
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You have to be aged at least 13 to access social media like TikTok, Twitter and Instagram in Australia. But is that an appropriate age, given the disturbing content available and harm heavy social media use can cause? Could we just ban smartphones and social media for Australian kids altogether? Today, we meet a father who has limited his daughter’…
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