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In the Australian Politics podcast, Katharine Murphy and Guardian Australia's political team examine what’s happening in Australian politics and why it matters to you
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Making sense of a changing world, Extra with Geraldine Doogue explores the risks and possibilities of big shifts in power, puts events with our neighbourhood and overseas into context and explains how this affects Australia’s place within our wider world.
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Dan Andrews on track to become Victoria’s longest-serving Premier, after the weekend’s election win; Protests break out across China over the country’s hard-line Covid policies; And why the price of beer could skyrocket ahead of the Christmas holidays. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
Casino inquiries, cashless gambling cards, new laws on gambling advertising—the gambling industry in Australia is under the microscope as never before. Just how far has the tide turned and what needs to be done to address the problems associated with Australia’s gambling addiction?By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Macca travelled to the flood-damaged Victorian town of Rochester this week.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nurses in Pacific countries are leaving their work in droves, to take up jobs overseasBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Political editor Katharine Murphy speaks to foreign minister Penny Wong about the value of multilateral summits, how Australia is trying to stabilise its relationship with China, and the release of an Australian academic from prison in MyanmarBy The Guardian
Gardening Australia presenters answer commonly asked gardening questions.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Costa visits a regional town celebrating the 50th year of their iconic daffodil festival, to learn about how this beautiful spring flower brings the community together.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Netball PNG have a plan to climb back up the world rankings, but they won't be following Tonga's model of recruiting exclusively from the diasporaBy Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Today on the podcast we have not one but four very special guests. Ronda, Samantha, Amy and Jane are all plus-size sewists from Australia but their stories are very different. You’ll hear why they got into sewing, some of the challenges they face as a plus-size sewist and how sewing has changed the way they think about their body. About: The Austra…
The world has come to new agreements on climate action. At COP27 in Egypt, measures to tackle damage and loss in countries affected by climate change have been decided upon. But there was also disappointment, largely around the failure to make more ambitious commitments to reduce emissions. The summit also marked a turning point for Australia — a c…
More than eight years after they were first detained in Nauru under Australia's offshore processing regime, six refugees have today been resettled in New Zealand.By Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Wee Waa, in northern New South Wales, is at the centre of the cotton industry in Australia. Tens of thousands of hectares of cotton crops surround the town, which describes itself as “the cotton capital of Australia”. During the twentieth century, each year Wee Waa would see an influx of more than a thousand predominantly Aboriginal workers over su…
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…