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I think Puerto Vallarta is the most romantic place on the planet, and that is why I want to introduce this amazing town to all of you. The art, the food, the beauty, the unforgettable sunsets, the charm and the wonderful people of Puerto Vallarta await you. My aim, is not only to entice the newcomer, but also to give you, the everyday traveler the incentive and the initiative to stretch your horizons and make the most of your time off in this beautiful seaside paradise on the Pacific coast o ...
 
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Every good story starts local. So that’s where we start. The Bay is storytelling for daily news. KQED host Devin Katayama talks with reporters to help us make sense of what’s happening in the Bay Area. One story. One conversation. One idea.
 
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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.
 
This Must Be the Place is a podcast-in-the-offing hosted by David Nichols (University of Melbourne) and Elizabeth Taylor (RMIT University). It’s a podcast about space, place, culture and society. It’s kind of like the Urbanists (a community radio show on RRR, about urban planning type issues in Melbourne) but it’s a podcast.
 
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A Queensland woman says she feels discriminated against by the insurance industry because she sought psychological help to deal with alleged sexual abuse she says she experienced as a child.
 
The Defence Minister Christopher Pyne today flies into Beijing and into a new diplomatic crisis with confirmation China has detained an Australian citizen.
 
Thousands of people have marched in northern Israel to farewell exchange student Aiia Maasarwe, who was killed in Melbourne last week.
 
A Queensland woman says she feels discriminated against by the insurance industry because she sought psychological help to deal with alleged sexual abuse she says she experienced as a child.
 
The Defence Minister Christopher Pyne today flies into Beijing and into a new diplomatic crisis with confirmation China has detained an Australian citizen.
 
Thousands of people have marched in northern Israel to farewell exchange student Aiia Maasarwe, who was killed in Melbourne last week.
 
What if we looked at solving the Bay Area’s housing crisis from a regional lens? Could we come up with solutions that actually work? It’s often said that solving the housing crisis requires a regional approach but no one has tried to define what that looks like, until now. A proposal on its way to the state legislature could give the Bay Area i ...…
 
Up to one-in-four young people are at risk of developing a mental health issue while in school, which is taking a toll on teachers and educators.
 
Up to one-in-four young people are at risk of developing a mental health issue while in school, which is taking a toll on teachers and educators.
 
Russia has escaped further penalty from the the World Anti-Doping Agency, even though Moscow missed an important deadline to hand over laboratory data.
 
Russia has escaped further penalty from the the World Anti-Doping Agency, even though Moscow missed an important deadline to hand over laboratory data.
 
Extremist groups in Syria have been emboldened by confusion over the US withdrawal from Syria, say analysts, with two attacks in recent weeks.
 
Extremist groups in Syria have been emboldened by confusion over the US withdrawal from Syria, say analysts, with two attacks in recent weeks.
 
Angry Liberal supporters on the New South Wales south coast are quitting the party after it decided to parachute in former Labor boss Warren Mundine as its candidate for the seat of Gilmore.
 
Indonesian President Joko Widodo appears to have backpedalled on plans to offer early release from jail to the alleged mastermind of the Bali bombings, Abu Bakar Bashir, after a backlash at home and abroad.
 
Angry Liberal supporters on the New South Wales south coast are quitting the party after it decided to parachute in former Labor boss Warren Mundine as its candidate for the seat of Gilmore.
 
A political storm has been gathering pace in Western Australia this summer over the State Government's plan to take more crayfish out of the water and increase supply to the domestic market.
 
Indonesian President Joko Widodo appears to have backpedalled on plans to offer early release from jail to the alleged mastermind of the Bali bombings, Abu Bakar Bashir, after a backlash at home and abroad.
 
Foreign Minister Marise Payne told AM it's imperative that Abu Bakar Bashir never be in a position to incite others to carry out future attacks on innocent civilians.
 
A political storm has been gathering pace in Western Australia this summer over the State Government's plan to take more crayfish out of the water and increase supply to the domestic market.
 
Most research into diseases is done without any input from those actually living with them, but a project at the Australian National University looking at multiple sclerosis is helping to change that.
 
Foreign Minister Marise Payne told AM it's imperative that Abu Bakar Bashir never be in a position to incite others to carry out future attacks on innocent civilians.
 
On today's program: A Liberal Party feud erupts over plans to parachute Warren Mundine into a key marginal seat; Indonesian president Joko Widodo backpedals on his plan to release alleged Bali Bombing mastermind Abu Bakar Bashir; And the clash over Western Australia's crayfish catch.
 
Most research into diseases is done without any input from those actually living with them, but a project at the Australian National University looking at multiple sclerosis is helping to change that.
 
On today's program: A Liberal Party feud erupts over plans to parachute Warren Mundine into a key marginal seat; Indonesian president Joko Widodo backpedals on his plan to release alleged Bali Bombing mastermind Abu Bakar Bashir; And the clash over Western Australia's crayfish catch.
 
It's been 20 years since the last child was born on Christmas Island. The Federal Government shut down births on the remote territory in 1998, citing a lack of resources to provide adequate care. Since then it has partly subsidised women and their partners to travel to Perth for eight weeks for delivery of their baby.…
 
It's been 20 years since the last child was born on Christmas Island. The Federal Government shut down births on the remote territory in 1998, citing a lack of resources to provide adequate care. Since then it has partly subsidised women and their partners to travel to Perth for eight weeks for delivery of their baby.…
 
It's estimated around one in five Australians are currently battling some form of mental health issue and it can have a devastating effect on their lives. But have you ever stopped to think about the impact this has on the nation's economy?
 
It's estimated around one in five Australians are currently battling some form of mental health issue and it can have a devastating effect on their lives. But have you ever stopped to think about the impact this has on the nation's economy?
 
There's a renewed call for a review of the decades' old state agreements struck between mining companies and the West Australian Government. It comes after the Government confirmed it's pursuing BHP for up to $300 million in royalties it believes the company has underpaid it.
 
There's a renewed call for a review of the decades' old state agreements struck between mining companies and the West Australian Government. It comes after the Government confirmed it's pursuing BHP for up to $300 million in royalties it believes the company has underpaid it.
 
A young Australian man whose passport was cancelled over suspected links to Syrian rebel groups has used a rare interview to condemn the actions of Saudi refugee Rahaf Mohammed.
 
A young Australian man whose passport was cancelled over suspected links to Syrian rebel groups has used a rare interview to condemn the actions of Saudi refugee Rahaf Mohammed.
 
The Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud joins AM to chat about the handling of live exports, a controversial Facebook page that has emerged and updates on the Murray Darling Basin Authority meeting.
 
The Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud joins AM to chat about the handling of live exports, a controversial Facebook page that has emerged and updates on the Murray Darling Basin Authority meeting.
 
Last year footage of dead and dying sheep on board a live export ship to the Middle East caused widespread outrage, and sparked a debate over the future of the industry. But now media reports have cast a shadow over the way the vision was obtained.
 
Last year footage of dead and dying sheep on board a live export ship to the Middle East caused widespread outrage, and sparked a debate over the future of the industry. But now media reports have cast a shadow over the way the vision was obtained.
 
Global economic growth is continuing to slow as trade tensions between the US and China continue to spook investors, consumers and central banks. The International Monetary Fund has slightly lowered its growth forecasts from 3.7 per cent in 2018 to 3.5 per cent in 2019 after a noticeable weakening in financial market sentiment.…
 
Global economic growth is continuing to slow as trade tensions between the US and China continue to spook investors, consumers and central banks. The International Monetary Fund has slightly lowered its growth forecasts from 3.7 per cent in 2018 to 3.5 per cent in 2019 after a noticeable weakening in financial market sentiment.…
 
She was meant to deliver a Plan B option to save Brexit instead Theresa May has delivered "Groundhog Day".
 
She was meant to deliver a Plan B option to save Brexit instead Theresa May has delivered "Groundhog Day".
 
On Tuesday's AM: UK Prime Minister Theresa May was meant to deliver a Plan B option to save Brexit but instead delivered "Groundhog Day"; one in five Australians are currently battling some form of mental health issue but how much has it impacted the nation's economy?; and a young Australian man whose passport was cancelled over suspected links ...…
 
On Tuesday's AM: UK Prime Minister Theresa May was meant to deliver a Plan B option to save Brexit but instead delivered "Groundhog Day"; one in five Australians are currently battling some form of mental health issue but how much has it impacted the nation's economy?; and a young Australian man whose passport was cancelled over suspected links ...…
 
Disability groups say the blind community is missing out on vital information due to inadequate audio description on free-to-air television.
 
Disability groups say the blind community is missing out on vital information due to inadequate audio description on free-to-air television.
 
Cancer patients in Papua New Guinea have not been able to access radiotherapy for two years as the country's only machine sits idle due to red tape.
 
Cancer patients in Papua New Guinea have not been able to access radiotherapy for two years as the country's only machine sits idle due to red tape.
 
At the first Arab League Economic Summit in six years, Lebanon called for for an organised return home for Syrian refugees — but the UN says it still isn't safe.
 
At the first Arab League Economic Summit in six years, Lebanon called for for an organised return home for Syrian refugees — but the UN says it still isn't safe.
 
All state governments have now signed bilateral agreements with the Federal government over school funding, but critics say public schools are once again being short-changed.
 
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