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On today's show: School of the Air singers go viral, teddy bear bees swarm in the thousands, an asteroid gets a new name, a footballing family kicks goals, and fossil hunters find a walking whale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is the name of the School of the Air song?2. Where do Dawsons burrowing bees nest?3. What does '10040' mean in '10040 Ghillar'?4. H…
This month ABC News is telling stories of strength and resilience, during one of the darkest stretches in this country’s history. We’re calling the series “America Strong.” ABC"s Jason Nathanson reports.Door ABC News
DNA links two former Stanford University employees to the 1973 murders of three young women.Door ABC News
More than 230 people have been arrested and 10 police officers injured at a violent anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne.
FDA panel recommends Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for older Americans; US admits error in Afghanistan drone strike that killed 7 children; Texas city declares state of emergency over migrants.Door ABC News
In this week’s episode: vaccine pleas, and booster debates. Emotional testimony from abuse survivors, and calls for law enforcement to do better. A search intensifies, as authorities zero in on a person of interest, and a liftoff, that could get us all one step closer to space travel.Door ABC News
Olivia Williams - a young Koori woman - founded the platform Blak Business to facilitate broader learning and discussion about issues impacting First Nations peoples.
Around 500 small to medium businesses were scaling up to supply the French submarine construction company, until the Government cancelled the deal.
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the government is working on its reopening plans once 80 per cent of people are double-dosed
Iron ore prices continue to cliff-dive, with the commodity notching up its worst trading week on record as China dials back its steel production. Elysse Morgan has more.
Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Citi's Elizabeth Tian about the latest slump in the iron ore price along with concerns about China's property sector with one of its biggest real estate developers teetering on collapse.
More than 12 months on from Black Lives Matter, booksellers say the enthusiasm for stories about anti-racism hasn’t gone away.
The world remains lagging behind in its battle to cut carbon emissions, according to the United Nations - and experts say Australia is lagging behind even further.
How can speculative design help us see our cities beyond the colonial gaze? Plus, hear about the fate of New York's much-loved street vendors, head a trip around the world via bookshops, and discover the UK's profanity-laden geography.
On the eve of the FDA’s high-stakes meeting on booster shots, new data out of Israel indicates an additional Pfizer shot provided ten times more protection against COVID-19 and severe disease; The French government says it has killed the top ISIS leader in Africa who had claimed responsibility for the 2017 deadly ambush of four U.S. service members…
For those people that have begun working more from home, the chances are they'll remain doing so. That's the key finding from a new Productivity Commission report.
It comes as Cuba becomes the first country in the world to vaccinate children as young as two years old.
A shortage of seasonal workers means some growers are already destroying spring crops they cannot pick.
What happens when a sceptical writer immerses herself in peak Christian belief at a creationist museum? What happens when a Christian minister confronts the past and present horrific failures of the church? Hear from authors Sarah Krasnostein and John Dickson about what they learned when they confronted belief and unbelief, how it moved and changed…
The Met Gala — the grand final of fashion and celebrity is back irl! As expected, the red carpet was dripping with looks, including one from New York Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Her sumptuous white mermaid gown slashed with the red-lettered “Tax the Rich” message on the back made a statement — but what was it? Keanu Reeves’ R…
An awkward Christmas lunch conversation sends reporter Sam Carmody on a search for answers about his family history. The stories he finds out about are so disturbing, they have implications not just for his family but for the entire region, where his ancestors have a statue in their honour, a highway and even a town named after them.…
Telstra boss Andy Penn says the T25 four year plan will strip $500m of costs out of the business and help drive growth.Door Kathryn Robinson
The Defence Teaming Centre's Audra McCarthy says a new deal between the US, UK and Australia to build a fleet of nuclear powered submarines will throw up some challenges.Door Kathryn Robinson
Australia's unemployment rate falls again to 4.5 per cent, but a steep fall in hours worked in August paints a more accurate picture of the economic pain resulting from COVID lockdowns.Door Rachel Pupazzoni
Greens say nuclear subs are 'the worst decision in decades' but Labour's Anthony Albanese says the pact makes sense.
The Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation, ATAGI , recommends people who've had COVID-19 wait up to six months after infection to get vaccinated.
Higher global energy prices gave the local market a lift today.Door Ian Verrender
Melburnians will see some Covid lockdown restrictions eased as Victoria is poised to reach its target of 70 per cent first dose vaccination.
27-year-old Fadi Albehnonissan has participated in his citizenship ceremony in the most unlikely of places.
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian speaks to SBS World News presenter Janice Petersen
A series marking 100 years of Pen International, the organisation that advocates for prisoners of conscience around the world.