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This week ABC News is exploring gun violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today we start looking at possible solutions, beginning with the police in a city where there's been a big spike in gun crime. Here's ABC Alex Stone.Di ABC News
Today we explore a cave where birds’ nests are ruffling feathers, we meet a science star inspired by her mum’s cooking, we cheer on an Australian para-taekwondo competitor, we solve a meteorite mystery, and we hear a whale of a tale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of birds are making nests on Indigenous artworks?2. What does STEM stand for?3. Where did…
President Biden issues new sweeping vaccine and mask mandates for more than four million federal workers. This, as the U.S. now averages nearly 62,000 new COVID cases a day fueled by the Delta variant. Severe storms move into the Northeast prompting tornado watches from Maryland to New Jersey. America's Suni Lee wins gold in the women's gymnastics …
With nearly 50 per cent of the population fully vaccinated, and a surplus of supplies, the United States is keen its vaccine supplies don't go to waste.
Reality shows are a central pillar of the television industry, but for the people who appear on them, the productions can be a gateway to years of mental anguish.As Naomi Selvaratnam found out, for some reality TV stars their moment in the spotlight nearly cost them their life.
It's been four years since the Syrian city of Al Raqqa was mostly destroyed during airstikes under the Coalition to Defeat ISIS.
Aussie packaging giant Amcor cuts a deal with Israeli company TIPA, to locally manufacture their trademarked compostable packaging.Di Kathryn Robinson
Australia's miners are hot property as global demand for electric vehicles soars, with the nation's bountiful lithium resources attracting particular attention.Di Rachel Pupazzoni
Pfizer is making a fortune on the back of it’s COVID19 vaccine and consequently company profits have soared. Alan Kohler has the details.
The increase has prompted New South Wales authorities to request support from the Australian Defence Force
With cotton growing set to expand in the Northern Territory, communities want reassurance over water use.
As Greater Sydney's COVID outbreak continues to worsen, calls are growing for Australia to introduce rapid antigen testing in an effort to keep pace with the virus.
For weeks, millions of Australians have been trapped by outbreaks of COVID-19 around the country.The number of infections is climbing with the spread of the virulent Delta strain.This type of outbreak is exactly what the nation's leading experts warned of when Four Corners reported on the failings in Australia's vaccine rollout in May.Their warning…
Malhar Nabar, head of the IMF's World Economic Studies division, says global growth is expected to be maintained at 6% but the recovery will be patchy.Di Kathryn Robinson
Psychologists and other elite athletes say Simone Biles' openness about mental health could help to end the stigma surrounding it.
Vaccination efforts continue across the globe, as the delta variant causes sharp rises in infections and deaths.
Australia's annual inflation rate has jumped to 3.8%, up from just 1.1%. Inflation is also rising in the United States – but is it really a worry? Plus, the Australian-led innovation to bring the Consumer Price Index into the 21st century.GuestsProfessor Kevin Fox, Director, Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW Business SchoolNicki Hutley, ec…
Sydney residents who live alone under lockdown restrictions are relieved to be able to see one other person within a newly announced 'singles bubble'.
Brazil's coffee harvest has been disastrous due to bad weather, pushing the price of the much-loved bean to a new high.
New cases of the Delta COVID variant soaring over 400 percent in the U.S. just five weeks. This, as the White House is set to announce mandatory vaccines or testing for over 2 million federal employees. New research now showing fully vaccinated people with breakthrough infections can potentially spread the Delta variant. President Biden and a key g…
Do you worry about the teenagers in your life? If so, you’re in good company. Socrates, Aristotle and even Shakespeare wrote of the impulsiveness and peer influence of adolescents. Once, hormones were blamed. Now, MRIs tell us their brains haven’t finished developing - in key areas associated with much-maligned teenage behaviour. These include plan…
The outbreak has prompted the Indonesian Government to delay re-opening Bali to international visitors, sparking fears the crippling economic crisis could deepen.
Joshua Jackson, star of Dr Death joins us to talk about his role in the ghoulish new TV series, a panel discussion with three filmmakers who have made documentaries about family, which are screening here as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Fuel, electricity and fresh food drive the jump in consumer prices, but most economists say the larger price rises will not last long.Di Rachel Pupazzoni
New inflation figures out today were influenced heavily by surging fuel prices. Alan Kohler has the details.
CBA economists have downgraded their economic growth forecasts so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Belinda Allen to find out the economic implications of the extended Sydney lockdown.
A raft of new rules come into place from midnight on Wednesday, while from Friday adults of any age can get an AstraZeneca vaccine at New South Wales Health clinics.
This week, ABC News is exploring Gun Violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today’s topic is mental health, something that comes up often, in the debate about guns. Here’s ABC’s Daria Albinger.Di ABC News
A survey of 150 top companies has found serious lapses in the way corporations comply with Australia’s national anti-slavery law. And, we know the toll from COVID. But what could be the unexpected cost of our response? You will also find out how the pandemic has calmed violence in some of the world’s trouble-spots.…
The application was submitted by the Mount Wellington Cableway Company, which says it is now considering its options about what to do next.
SBS launches a new podcast series featuring individuals who are changing the society in which we all live.
They've told of how they were racially abused, beaten unconscious, and thought they were going to die.
America's top health agency has again revised its guidelines for mask wearing, as the Delta variant of Covid-19 hits the unvaccinated population hard.
The Fathering Project has launched a 10 year vision to connect to more than four million children and more than four million dads respectively.
Several new mothers say the border restrictions preventing their parents from entering the country is affecting their mental health.
Many of those caught up in Canada's forest fires are Indigenous Peoples, forced to evacuate, or living with the effects of poor air quality and smoke.