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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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On today's show, we'll start by inspecting an ancient fossil that's reminding scientists of a beloved green frog. We'll meet a would-be moon-mining rover, and catch up with some kind kids making an important change in their community. After that, we'll celebrate Eid before heading off on a camping trip for the… Wow of the week! Quiz Questions 1. Wh…
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The appeal of music festivals seems to be dying away with a string of cancellations this year. Is it all about rising costs and fears of bad weather? Or is there more to it? Today, Double Js National Music Correspondent Zan Rowe on whether the big music festival can be saved. Featured: Zan Rowe, Double J National Music Correspondent and host of Tak…
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Australian Zomi Frankcom and six others died when their convoy of aid vehicles was struck by Israeli missiles in Gaza. Israel says it was a mistake and a tragedy. But is its explanation good enough? Today, host of ABC’s 7.30 program, Sarah Ferguson, on what we learnt from her interview with an Israeli military spokesman and whether what unfolded wa…
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Drugs, sex and lavish dinners out. It’s not new that news organisations sometimes pay for interviews, but the allegations about what Channel 7’s Spotlight program gave to Bruce Lehrmann for a sit-down interview are surprising. Today, Media Watch presenter Paul Barry unpacks what’s unfolded in court and discusses whether the public can trust the pre…
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We’re meant to be transitioning to a greener future and getting rid of gas for good. But now we’re talking about drilling for more of it, or importing supplies, because soon we might not have enough to keep the lights and heaters on. How can that be when Australia is one of the world’s biggest gas exporters? Today, energy reporter Dan Mercer explai…
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Tesla has dominated the electric vehicle market for years, but watch out Elon Musk, because a Chinese car maker is giving it a run for its money. The good news is - it’s a lot cheaper. But is there a problem with a Chinese firm dominating the market? Today, EV expert Gail Broadbent on whether your next car might be a Chinese EV. Featured: Dr Gail B…
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Lace up your running shoes and strap on your safety gear, this week's episode is all about sport. We'll meet an athletic school kid being brave and breaking records, and learn about a kooky sport winning over new fans. We'll head to the ocean, for an adaptive surfing competition, and then dry off before a night at the theatre, to hear about a play …
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Ozempic, the wildly popular drug for weight loss, is in short supply. It’s prompting some chemists to make replica products that are now under increased scrutiny from the drugs regulator. It is legal to dispense the Ozempic copycat, but investigative reporter Elise Worthington reveals the risks and rogue chemists. Featured: Elise Worthington, Four …
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Israel says it was a mistake and a misidentification. But how does a powerful military manage to bomb a clearly marked aid convoy in Gaza, killing international aid workers including Australian woman Zomi Frankom? Today, a long-time aid worker and former World Vision Australia CEO Tim Costello tells us why no one trying to distribute aid in Gaza is…
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In Alice Springs, it’s one week since a curfew was imposed on the town’s young residents following a riot and escalating violence. But it’s a stop-gap measure, with the troubles in town much bigger and the solutions to rampant crime and intergenerational disadvantage far from clear. Today, reporter Lee Robinson in the ABC’s Alice Springs bureau on …
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What does the current state of the economy mean for the unemployment rate and your job? For decades we’ve turned to well-read textbooks to help us understand how our economy will behave. But right now something strange is happening and for some economists it’s a bit of a miracle. They’re calling it ‘immaculate disinflation’, because when interest r…
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