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ABC Wantok Program for 1 December 2020.
Today we’re going to dive down to a new coral reef, we’ll meet a soccer player kicking goals off the field, we’ll learn how some helpful bugs are keeping Aussie farms fresh, how a new app is connecting neighbours, and we’ll meet a Samoan beauty queen with a big heart.
Westpac is once again in hot water with regulators. This time for failing to meet liquidity standards. In other words having enough money on hand in case of emergency. One of the most basic requirements for Australian banks. Helen Bird, Member of ASIC's corporate governance consultative panel and the Risk Management Institute speaks to Elysse.…
As a country of immigrants Australian's send ten billion dollars back to families overseas each year. Record fines for breaches of money laundering and terror financing laws have prompted Australian banks to shut the accounts of many including legitimate money transfer businesses.โดย Daniel Ziffer
Australia's business voice in China is concerned the relationship between two countries is "spiralling rapidly". The Australian China Business Council believes more products are at risk of being shut out of China and our $63 billion iron ore trade is not necessarily immune. Chairman David Olsson is calling for a desecalation in tensions and says bu…
Tasmanian Teddy Sheean will be awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross following a review by an expert panel.
As expected the Reserve Bank left interest rates on hold.
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Migrants and people visiting Australia are most at risk of drowning in our waterways, so everyone is being encouraged to learn to swim - no matter their age.
After weeks of border closures, Queensland finally opened up to Victorians and Sydney-siders on Tuesday - and WA is also planning to open next week.
Corelogic Head of Australian Research Eliza Owen goes through the latest house price data, while eToro's John Gilbert unpacks the first trading day of the new month.
Heart disease death rates are as much as two-and-a-half times higher in remote areas compared to major capital cities.
A divisive tweet with a fake war crimes photo sent out by a Chinese official continues to evoke concern from Australian politicians
The first batch of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine have arrived and Moderna seeking FDA approval for emergency use of their vaccine; A worsening pandemic with more than 93,000 Americans hospitalized with coronavirus; President-Elect Joe Biden received his first presidential daily briefing today; New information on the assassination of Iran's top nuclear …
Deadlines are fast approaching to formally confirm the President of the United States, but before inauguration day on January 20, there are some key dates essential to the process.
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The United Nations Human Rights office says it's worried by escalating violence in the Indonesian provinces of West Papua and Papua, and Fiji's political landscape gets a major shake-up with the selection of Viliame Gavoka as the leader of the country's main opposition party.
The new leader of Fiji's main opposition party, Viliame Gavoka, says improving the economic status of indigenous Fijians, free education to tertiary level and improving health will be the focus of his leadership.
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ABC Wantok Program for 30 November 2020.
Crown's board and management are in the firing line after admitting that the company's casinos in Australia have likely been used for money laundering by criminal gangs. The evidence before the NSW Inquiry into Crown has been sensational, but did the regulators missed the warnings in plain view?โดย Stephen Long
Prime Minister Scott Morrison demands apology after a doctored image was tweeted by the Chinese government.
The Morrison Government is making further changes to the Family visa program to support applicants impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Treasury Wine Estates say they are implementing emergency measures to minimise damage after China imposed tariffs of 169 percent on their wine. TWE shares have dived 16 percent since news Beijing was imposing the crippling import taxes following a wine dumping investigation. Most Australian wine exporters are getting slugged with a blanket tariff o…
The local share market ended November with a fall, but it was still the best month for years.โดย Alan Kohler
Thanks to government spending, company profits rose 3.2% in the quarter, up 19 percent year on year with wages up a paltry 0.4 percent in the same period.Elysse speaks to leading economist and former RBA board member Warwick McKibbin.โดย Elysse Morgan
Almost 12 months after the Whakaari/White Island eruption WorkSafe New Zealand has charged ten organisations and three people.