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Lisa Leong helps you navigate your way through the tough times, looking for the sunshine and the humanity in the world of work. From the quirky to the somewhat controversial, experts in the world of work and business share their ideas, experiments and fast fails, that you can apply to your own career. We’re cheaper than therapy and more fun than LinkedIn, think of us as your digital water cooler.
 
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.
 
Lawyer Nicola Gobbo represented some of Australia’s most dangerous criminals, all the while secretly working as a police informer. Why did she do it, and how was it allowed to happen? For the first time, she tells the full story behind why she became an informer, and what happened when her double life was exposed to the world.
 
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.
 
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President Biden declares to American allies at the World Stage, "The U.S. is back," drawing praises from several international leaders at the G7 Summit in England. An off-duty airline employee threatened to take down a Delta flight before allegedly attacking two flight attendants and a passenger, forcing an emergency landing. A manhunt underway for…
 
President Biden representing the United States on the world stage at the G7 Summit in Cornwall, England. The G7 pledges to match the U.S.'s offer to donate 500 million doses of Pfizer's COVID vaccine to poorer nations. Growing concern over the Delta COVID variant, first seen in India. At least 29 states reporting new cases involving the variant. Th…
 
Trees have a special place in the human imagination and they feature in many of the world’s cultural and religious traditions. The ancient Hebrew poets even imagined trees themselves shouting for joy in praise of a divine creator. Today we explore the forest as a sacred landscape in Northern Ethiopia, and at the Wat Buddha Dhamma Monastery nestled …
 
The legacy of Andrei Sakharov and the state of Russian science todayHigh levels of ocean noise a possible threat to whales and dolphinsRace to map Ashmore Reef as aquatic worlds change fast with warming watersNew ideas challenge traditional views about plant conservation and restorationLarge scale art works take visitors on a journey of ecological …
 
Are Australian trade unions losing their teeth? Union membership has been in sharp decline for decades. In 1976 just over half of Australia workers were members of a union but by 2018 that figure had dropped to just over 14 per cent.With the rapid increase in the number of people in casual and gig work, unions should be more important than ever. We…
 
In 2018 Australia signed a Treaty with Timor-Leste establishing sea boundaries based on a line equidistance from each other’s coasts. Yet Australia’s seabed boundaries with Indonesia, established in the 1970s are much closer to Indonesian than Australia. How did that happen, and is it fair?
 
President Biden reaffirms America's commitment to its allies on the first day of the G7 Summit. The President meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he reveals America will send 500 million dose of Pfizer's COVID vaccine to poorer nations around the world. The CDC now investigating a potential link between vaccines and heart inflammat…
 
“Everything Housewives becomes Housewives” is the mantra of Real Housewives recapper, scholar and journalist Brian Moylan. Brian’s New York Times bestselling book, The Housewives: The Real Story Behind the Real Housewives is drenched with detail. It answers fans’ burning questions and charts the rise of the Bravo television franchise. Brian joins B…
 
As the Australian government announces it's seeking submissions on the two Pacific labour schemes to ensure they're "scalable, sustainable and efficient", a program in Vanuatu is launched that is trying to prevent some of the common issues faced by workers who head overseas and their families at home.…
 
In November 1989, the Berlin Wall fell and the GDR collapsed. 91,000 Stasi employees, many of them experienced officers with access to highly personal information, found themselves unemployed overnight. There is a myth that most of them were old men who disappeared quietly to live off their state pensions. But this was not the case. Former FBI agen…
 
Could we have a travel bubble with Singapore and what are the advantages of getting it done? Plus, the economic consequences of something that affects so many of us — loneliness. And the massive financial intelligence trove gained from the Trojan Shield sting against organised crime should leave convicted criminals "broke".Guests:Nathan Lynch, Asia…
 
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