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Today we’re talking about Ramadan and a history-making maths teacher. We’ll look to outer space with some special high school students, and then dive into the ocean to find out about sharks and how sea cucumbers do their business.
Digital disruptor Nick Abrahams believes the future is bright and digital assets will become mainstream investments within years.Di Kathryn Robinson
Global investment giant Oaktree has offered to lend $3 billion to Crown Resorts, so it can buy James Packer's stake, which would help the company clear a regulatory hurdle to get a licence for its Sydney casino.Di Daniel Ziffer
Werribee Mansion's flower beds, famous among gardeners across the world, are being used to grow rainbow chard and silver beet that is being turned into meals.
Government agrees to support inquiry iinto suicides among veteran and serving Defence Force personnel.
Tourism industry leaders say the Trans-Tasman bubble is a good start - but there's a long way to go.
Two of Australia's biggest lithium miners have announced a four billion dollar merger to create one of the world's biggest suppliers to the lithium battery industry.Di Alan Kohler
The biggest bottleshop company in the country is offering domestic violence awareness training to its 28,000 staff.
The first of the National Cabinet's twice-weekly meetings has taken place with the aim of getting the nation's vaccine program back on track.
WIth the markets so close to a record, SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with George Boubouras, K2 Asset Management Head of Research.
Tourism operators and others on Norfolk Island welcome tourists but have issued a warning about a worsening supply shortage.
Our Guest Tess this week is Susannah Mott from 'Chicks Talking Footy' who is a long suffering Bombers fan. We chat the AFLW Grand Final, Joe Daniher and Lehmo tells a tale about Gary Ablett Junior. Find us on socials: Facebook: They Came To Play Lehmo: Twitter / Instagram Tess: Twitter / Instagram Danny: Twitter / Instagram / Facebook See omnystudi…
British health officials are investigating India's new variant, but say there isn't enough evidence yet to warrant serious concern.
The city of Minneapolis and the nation on edge as the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin comes to a close tomorrow. Minnesota state's National Guard are on alert, as George Floyd's family says they "are praying for a conviction." Authorities reveal the suspected gunman of a deadly mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis legally …
The National Cabinet meets in the first of now twice-weekly meetings, Australians and New Zealanders free to embark on quarantine free travel across the Tasman, A dozen of the world’s top football clubs to create a breakaway European Super League.
Official results for the Samoan Election have been confirmed with the incumbent Human Rights Protection Party and newcomers Fa'atuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi party both tied on 25 seats and the greater Nadi and Lautoka area in Fiji has been in lockdown following another positive COVID-19 case in the country.…
The bitter dispute between staff at the University of the South Pacific has escalated with a leaked letter revealing senior academics have demanded the removal of two senior officials.
Two major areas in Fiji have gone into lockdown after a new confirmed case of COVID-19.
Official results for the Samoan Election confirmed the incumbent Human Rights Protection Party and newcomers Fa'atuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi party tied on 25 seats each. A sole independent is set to decide who will take government.
After President Biden announced his decision to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan and backtracked on a plan to maintain a cap on refugee admissions, Martha goes one-on-one with Secretary of State Antony Blinken in an exclusive interview. Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses the latest on the U.S. vaccination rollout as the country sees a new rise in…
Meet all six of the Stella Prize shortlisted writers whose books speak to Australia right in this moment.
The gradual opening of Australia's international borders will be on the agenda when state and territory leaders meet for the first of twice-weekly gatherings.
Britain and the world say goodbye to Prince Philip, who was laid to rest after decades of service to his country and the Queen. Police continue to search for a motive following a deadly mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis that claimed the lives of eight people. New cases of the coronavirus are up in nearly half the country as several …
On this episode of The HeirPod, Omid looks back at Prince Phillip's funeral at St. George's Chapel and what is next for the Queen and royal family with ABC News Foreign Correspondent Maggie Rulli, ABC News Royal Contributor and author of The Queen: A Life in Pictures Victoria Murphy, and ABC News Royal Contributor Robert Jobson.…
When Dark Mofo put out a sickening call for the blood of First Nations people for an artwork it sparked outrage and condemnation. We talk to the Tasmanian Aboriginal artist who has tried to constructively engage with the festival and its parent institution MONA for the past seven years - and she tells us why she’s walking away. And former Queenslan…
Mr Peacock served as foreign minister from 1975 to 1980 under Malcolm Fraser; and as leader of the Liberal party - defeated by Bob Hawke in the 1984 and 1990 elections.
Australia will conduct a rolling review of every coronavirus vaccine in use, after a woman in her forties died, days after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine.
The deadly shooting rampage inside and outside a FedEx facility in Indianapolis claims the lives of eight people. New information about the suspected shooter, a former employee of the facility who took his own life, and the warning from his mother just a year ago. Protests continue after the release of police body cam video in the deadly shooting o…
In this week’s episode: calls for justice after police shootings. Wrapping up the Derek Chauvin trial. Another mass shooting, and another community torn apart. A vaccine pause, based on a one in a million risk, and, a farewell to a relic of the internet.Di ABC News
Shareholders overwhelmingly vote to sell the Australian bottler Coca-Cola Amatil to Coke's European offshoot for $9.8 billion, sending another local company offshoreDi Emilia Terzon