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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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Integrity in politics has been in the spotlight again, with the former Prime Minister Scott Morrison censured by the Parliament over his secret ministries, in the same week a national anti-corruption commission was passed. The commission will begin operating next year, but who will be hauled before it first? Today, RN Breakfast host Patricia Karvel…
 
This Thanksgiving, ABC News Radio presents “Let’s Eat.” Hosted by correspondent Alex Stone, it’s a food and drink journey from coast to coast. On the menu: Alex sits down with celebrity chef José Andrés to talk about serving hot meals to those who are suffering from disasters; we’ll hear how the huge popularity of craft beer bars is helping local e…
 
In the most significant dissent in decades, protesters are taking to the streets across China to vent their frustrations over COVID-19 lockdowns.They’re not only demanding their freedom back but in some cases in incredibly rare defiance they’re demanding President Xi and the Communist party stand aside.Today, ABC East Asia Correspondent, Bill Birtl…
 
Australia's about to have a new industrial relations system that is meant to increase wages for the nation's lowest paid workers. But businesses say it'll just lead to higher costs for employers and consumers, more strike action and fewer workers. Today, business and economics reporter Gareth Hutchens on what's set to change and who will be better …
 
It's been a good year for the Labor party, with a victory for Daniel Andrews in Victoria on the weekend and a win at the federal election back in May. When Anthony Albanese took over as PM we asked ABC 7.30's chief political correspondent, Laura Tingle how she thought he’d run the party and the parliament. Today, as it enters its last sitting week …
 
On today's show we welcome some new babies into the world, see the bottom of the sea through sharks' eyes, meet a man who ran all the way across Australia, visit a little town helping the planet in a big way, and bop along to some music with rats.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. Where in Victoria was the recent ceremony held to welcome babies?2. What type of shar…
 
Electric vehicles are about to become cheaper in Australia, with the Government securing Senate support for tax cuts it promised during the election. But is it enough for Australia to catch up with the rest of the world?Today, electric vehicle expert Gail Broadbent on what the changes mean and whether there’ll now be a Tsunami in sales.Featured:Gai…
 
The FIFA Men's World Cup is underway in Qatar and while it won’t stop billions of people tuning in, it’s never had such a contentious start.Today, host of The Ticket podcast Tracey Holmes on corruption, bribery and human rights abuses and why she thinks the Arab nation has been judged too harshly. Featured:Tracey Holmes, host of ABC's The Ticket po…
 
When the war began in February, it was widely feared a large and well equipped Russian military would quickly crush Ukrainian forces. Nine months in, it's done nothing of the sort. Today, host of the ABC podcast Russia If You’re Listening on the Kremlin's failings through the eyes of one Russian soldier. Featured:Matt Bevan, host of Russia, If You'…
 
When Iranian woman Mahsa Amini died after she was arrested for breaching strict dress rules for women, protests erupted not only in Iran but across the world, including in Australia. But some of those who attended rallies here say they're fearful because they believe they're being watched by the regime.Background Briefing reporter Mahmood Fazal inv…
 
Since billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk took over Twitter, he's been inflicting a special type of chaos, sacking half the company's workforce, issuing ultimatums and alienating advertisers. Over the weekend, he even allowed Donald Trump, who was banned in 2021, back on to the platform. It's been such a tumultuous time, some observers think Twitter…
 
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