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On today's show: A history-making marathon win, volcanoes on the moon, trees made from dry grass, giant owl-spotting, and a pollution-sucking jumping castle.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. How many golds did Madison win in Tokyo?2. How old were the most recently discovered moon rocks?3. What does 'Tjanpi' mean?4. In which country was the Shelley's eagle owl spot…
This Thanksgiving, ABC News Radio presents “On The Move,” a three-hour special. Alex Stone hosts this in-depth look at the latest in transportation technology and the many ways we move around Planet Earth … and beyond. We’ll meet the scientists and engineers developing a spacecraft that will orbit an asteroid in deep space, gathering valuable, pote…
Champagne shortage has Australian sparkling wine producers ready to nab some of the market. Local importers say there's no chance of summer discounts or bulk deals this festive season.بقلم Clint Jasper
Australia's economy has whipsawed between a robust recovery and one of the biggest declines in history during 2021. Leading economists examine what the challenges are for 2022. Will the RBA start lifting rates? Or will the new variant Omicron upend the recovery?بقلم Rachel Pupazzoni
Markets globally are concerned about the new Omicron variant of COVID19, and this was clearly evident as share markets finished the day in the red. Alan Kohler has the details.
The Matildas are the only team in the tournament that are guaranteed not to cross a border, playing every match in Australia.
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The Government has capped off the final sitting day of the year - with a last ditch effort to find agreement on its religious discrimination bill.
Scientists suspect the Omicron variant could be more contagious than the Delta variant of COVID-19 but patients are reporting mild symptoms like fatigue.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says the continuing fall in hospitalisations was more relevant than the spike in case numbers.
A new report endorsed by some of the country’s top medical bodies warns Australia’s healthcare system is not ready for the impacts of climate change.
New analysis says that cancer survival rates in Australia are continuing to improve and the rate of diagnosis has been declining.
Abortion rights are on the line in the United States, with the Supreme Court hearing arguments for and against the landmark Roe versus Wade ruling that declared a nationwide right to end pregnancies.
And the UN is continuing to call the lockout of several south African countries over the new COVID variant unnecessary and counterproductive.
The first case of the new Omicron variant detected in the United States in California. This, as the demand for COVID booster shots soar. A fourth student has now died following a deadly school shooting in Michigan as new details come in on the suspected shooter. The Supreme Court hears oral arguments on Mississippi's restrictive abortion law. A wif…
Will proposed anti-trolling legislation do the job in curbing online bullying and abuse? How our brains could be sabotaging our ability to work well, and the complexities of treating addictive overeating.
No Lehmo or Tess this week so we double up on Dannys! Danny McG chats to cricket writer Daniel Cherny and gets the bluffers guide to The Ashes. Danny asks all the dumb questions so you don't have to! Will Australia win? Which new players should we be excited about? Why don't men and women play alongside each other? Find us on socials: Facebook: The…
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Australia may see over half a million children born into poverty in the next decade if urgent action is not taken, according to new research.
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Dune director Denis Villeneuve discusses casting Timothée Chalamet as Paul Atreides and interpreting the Arabic and Islamic influences in Frank Herbert's original novel. Plus, the film's Australian cinematographer Greig Fraser explains why the desert sky is white, and fellow Aussie Ari Wegner, who shot Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, talks ero…
West Papuans around Australia have raised their Morning Star flag, to mark the 60th anniversary of the first time it was flown in the former Dutch colony.
Australia's economy shrank in the September quarter, but the result is much better than economists had feared amid lockdowns across Australia's south-east corner.بقلم Stephanie Chalmers
Australian housing prices have risen for the 14th-straight month, but the pace of growth in November was the slowest since January, indicating the latest boom may be nearing its peak.بقلم Rhiana Whitson
While the outcomes for those diagnosed with HIV/AIDS have drastically improved, many say similar to Covid-19, it's become an issue of health inequity.
At Sydney’s international airport on Wednesday morning, a group of excited but anxious travellers lined up at the Fiji Airways check-in ready to board the first tourist flight to the country in almost 20 months.
The Australian economy shrank by 1.9 per cent in the September quarter. That is less than expected but still the third biggest decline in history.بقلم Alan Kohler
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A COVID-infected man who recently returned to Sydney from Africa has the Omicron variant of the virus, bringing the tally in New South Wales to six.
Moody's Analytics' Katrina Ell goes through the latest fall in GDP which is the third largest on record; Chris Weston from Pepperstone on the impact Omicron is having; and Eliza Owen from CoreLogic on surging property prices.
A recent law in France imposes heavy conditions on places of worship, religious funding, and even food. And the federal government’s proposed religious discrimination law has ignited a huge debate over how much freedom faith-based institutions should have to promote their beliefs and doctrine.
At least three students killed and eight people wounded in a deadly school shooting in Michigan. Police have arrested a 15-year-old student in connection with the shooting. The Omicron variant now spreading to 20 countries. The first accuser testifies in the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged accomplice of Jeffrey Epstein. Jury selection begin…
The Netherlands believes Omicron was within its borders before it was discovered in South Africa.