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Updated August 2020
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The continuing story of Katy Carr, recounting the time she spent at boarding school with her sister Clover.
This is a collection of 29 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for January 2014.
Evangelist/ Prophetess, Alaina J Snow Hawkins Alaina J Snow Hawkins was born February 28, 1989 in Waco, TX. She is an Evangelist , Prophetess and Author. In 2013 she joined the Armed Forces, serving active duty in the United States Navy. While serving her country she earned many awards one being a Navy Achievement Medal. Alaina received her first college degree from Liberty University. Her philanthropy work includes founding two non profit organizations. The first Alaina’s Everlasting Girls ...
An indispensable podcast of fashion, style and ideas from i-D. All the latest trends, chit-chat and surprises galore. Every Thursday, direct from London. Don't be scared of it because it's cool.
AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
Anne of the Island is the third book in the Anne of Green Gables series following the adventures of its heroine Anne Shirley as she leaves for Redmond College in the busy city of Kingsport to study for her bachelor’s degree. The third installment in the series sees the beloved protagonist experience new adventures and challenges outside the familiar setting of Avonlea. The novel kicks off when Anne decides to pursue her dream of a higher education, and subsequently leaves her two year teachi ...
Russia gives the green light to a COVID-19 vaccine, but questions remain over its safety; Joe Biden makes an historic pick for his running mate at November's US presidential election; and family violence concerns rise amid the lockdown.
The city of Auckland is going back into level 3 lockdown today after the confirmation of four cases of coronavirus in the community.
A declaration in Russia that Moscow has formally approved the world's first coronavirus vaccine, after less than two months of human trials, is causing some alarm. President Vladimir Putin has promised the vaccine, named Sputnik Five, is safe, revealing his own daughter has had the vaccine.
After months of speculation, Joe Biden has picked Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate in November's US presidential election.
The pandemic has been stressful on normally harmonious families. But imagine what it's like for separating families, or for those going through the courts for divorce, settlement and custody.
A Science and Technology Australia survey has found that large numbers of professional scientists and researchers had hours cut or were out of work completely, despite high rates of public trust in science during the coronavirus pandemic.
The NBN has been an unexpected winner during the pandemic, with many Australians relying on the internet to work from home and teach their kids. Peter Ryan speaks with NBN Co CEO Stephen Rue.
A new online tool has been designed to help make it easier for people to navigate the application process for the Disability Support Pension.
With growing numbers of nurses and doctors infected with COVID-19, other health workers are finding themselves at risk too; after Beirut was devastated by a huge explosion, the PM's announced his entire government is stepping down; and PNG's PM has told his country to learn to live with COVID-19.
Along with nurses and doctors who've been infected with COVID-19, other health workers including pharmacists, dentists and paramedics are also testing positive in high numbers.
At the height of the pandemic, Australia was chartering $350,000 flights from Japan to deliver a critical medicine used to treat children's cancer. Australia is now producing a quarter of global supply of molybdenum-99.
While the number of COVID cases in Victoria appears to be dropping, the fight is far from over.
Six days after a deadly blast ripped through Beirut's port, the entire government of Lebanon has announced its resignation.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister James Marape has told his country to learn to live with COVID-19 even as infections continue to rise.
A surge in migrants crossing the English Channel from France has prompted renewed calls from the British Prime Minister for new laws to stop them.
Many Australians have been supportive of the border closure between NSW and Victoria to stop the spread of COVID-19, however it is causing problems for some.
Many attempts have been made to get through effective public COVID health messages to the younger demographic but are these messages effective?
A major gas explosion has flattened three homes in the US city of Baltimore, killing one woman and injuring half a dozen other people, including children.
The Aged Care Royal Commission resumes today with a hearing into the response to the Coronavirus pandemic; Victorian health care workers call for better guidelines surrounding personal protective equipment; and heavy rain has forced residents in parts of the NSW south coast to evacuate their homes.
Families of Aged Care residents believe earlier outbreaks at two Sydney nursing homes had given the industry plenty of warning about what needed to be done.
With one third of Victoria's new COVID-19 cases being diagnosed in health workers, there are rising demands for better guidelines surrounding protective equipment.
A survey of doctors has found a significant number are buying their own masks to protect themselves against Coronavirus infection.
The number of young people seeking help from mental health services has soared since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Residents along parts of the NSW south coast have been ordered to evacuate overnight, after heavy rains sparked fears of major flooding.
Lebanon's Army says there's now little hope of finding anyone alive under the rubble of Beirut's port after a massive explosion last week.
More than 10,000 Aussie and Kiwi citizens in the UK have signed a petition seeking further extensions to their once in a life time youth mobility visas.
The US President Donald Trump has signed four executive orders to provide economic relief to millions of Americans, after Congress failed to reach a deal.
Saturday AM looks at how New South Wales' COVID-19 response has differed from Victoria's. Donald Trump claims a surge of mail-in ballots will make November's election "the most corrupt" in US history. How could he challenge the result? And Facebook says it is cracking down on groups selling illegal artifacts on its platform, but anthropologists fin…
There's a lot of anger in Lebanon about how Government failings might've led to the massive explosion that's devastated large parts of Beirut; in Victoria there are 575 COVID-19 patients in hospital. So, how is the health system coping?; and the UK Government bought 50 million masks that are apparently not up to scratch.…
There's a lot of anger in Lebanon about how Government failings might've led to the massive explosion that's devastated large parts of Beirut.
A Beirut firefighter who worked for 30-hours at the scene of the port blast has told AM of the horrific scenes and the "hurricane of emotions" he's experiencing.
It's going to be easier for businesses and workers to access the JobKeeper wage subsidy program after September, with the Federal Government agreeing to a major expansion.
With Parliament sitting in the last week of August, the lockdown in Melbourne and tighter restrictions across Victoria have presented a unique challenge for the state's Federal MPs.
The majority of Australians killed by COVID-19 have contracted it in Aged Care. But the industry is defending its infection control training, and arguing it's up to the Federal Govt to provide more guidance during the pandemic.
In Victoria, there are 575 COVID-19 patients in hospital. So, how is the health system coping and what's it like to care for these patients?
In the UK there's now an embarrassing glut of masks that can't be used in hospitals.
The pandemic's sparked a race to find ways to protect people and stop the spread of the virus. And a team of Australian researchers has come up with an idea that could help.
As the search for survivors in Beirut continues, shocked residents express hope their devastated city can recover; CEO Paul Scurrah tells us Virgin Australia's plan for adapting to the COVID-19 travel world; And questions being asked about the Victorian Health Department's response to the COVID outbreak in meatworks and abattoirs.…
Lebanon's Government has declared a state of emergency in its capital Beirut, in after the massive explosion at its port, which has left 300,000 people homeless.
A Lebanese-Australian business owner in Beirut says his cafe has been completely destroyed in the massive port blast, but he says young people in the neighbourhood are rallying together already, cleaning up and organising fundraisers.
As Melbourne enters its next stage of lockdown, calls to mental health not-for-profit Beyond Blue have jumped.
The COVID-19 pandemic prompted an urgent re-assessment of Australia's abilities to make essential equipment like masks and ventilators, and highlighted the lack of accredited testing facilities here.
The rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in Victoria has been largely blamed on the virus spreading in workplaces - and some of the worst outbreaks have been linked to meatworks.
In the face of a once in a century pandemic that's frozen domestic and global travel, who'd want to be heading up an airline that's fighting for survival? Virgin Australia chief executive Paul Scurrah says he's up to the challenge.
The burning issue of whether schools in American go back to the classroom is coming to a head with the end of summer holidays rapidly approaching.
Lebanon's capital devasted by a massive explosion that has killed scores, including one Australian; Melbourne University to repay millions to academics in wage theft case; And relatives of aged care residents in Victoria dismayed at revelations about how few staff have completed the government's online infection control training course.…
A powerful explosion's rocked the Lebanese capital of Beirut, damaging buildings, overturning cars and shattering windows and doors.
The Australian embassy is close to site of the explosion in Beirut in the port district and has reportedly been damaged. AM asked Foreign Minister Marise Payne for news on Australians living in the city.
The ABC's producer in Beirut Cherine Yazbeck has been at the hospital where many people injured in the blast are being taken.
A Beirut journalist Habib Battah describes the terrifying moment the blast hit the city's port, saying the wave of energy it produced knocked people several miles away off their feet.