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There's a loud question echoing in Australians' minds, as the country has its belated #MeToo moment.The big question is 'why?'. What drives that behaviour?Today on The Signal, we speak to a criminologist who's followed the breadcrumbs back, in an attempt to find out: what fuels male sexual aggression?And can the answer, no matter how uncomfortable,…
The ‘60s in Australia saw a wave of social protest and agitation for change, about the Vietnam war, gay liberation, the push for Aboriginal Land Rights, and much more.A new book tells the stories of some of those who were in the thick of it, and what their legacy has been.
As the rate of global debt continue to rise at unprecedented levels, some economists argue that there's no limit now to how much you can borrow. Printing money endlessly appears to be part of President Biden's recovery plan, and is part of the theory known as MMT, or Modern Monetary Theory.
Laura Tingle on the government's vaccine rollout and Christine Holgate to appear at Senate Estimates.
Laura Tingle on the latest adjustment to the COVID vaccine rollout, Satyajit Das on modern monetary theory and Meredith Burgmann and Nadia Wheatley on the 60s radicals.
West Australian Premier Mark McGowan has described the damage wrought by ex-tropical cyclone Seroja as widespread and severe.
At the inquiry, rideshare companies such as Uber and Deliveroo defended their business model, which refuses to consider their workers as ‘employees’ with rights to minimum wage and injury compensation.
More than 450 Indigenous people have died in custody since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody published its final report on April 15th, 1991.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has dropped the government's previous vaccination timeline.
The Commonwealth Bank says unemployment could dramatically fall to just 5 per cent by the end of the year, so SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with economist Stephen Halmarick to find out what that would mean for the Reserve Bank.
Pfizer is now Australia's best hope to complete the vaccine roll-out. But with no estimate on when everyone will get an injection, we'll assess the alternatives, like Novovax; and an influential World Health Organisation advisor is under fire for suggesting the use of air-tight face masks should be balanced against the risk of acne.…
Former Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, talks to Paul Barclay about how to diversify the news media, the dominance of the Murdoch papers, why Australian needs a big population and larger defence force, China, and how Labor can win government, nationally.
Is democracy under threat and if it is what can we do to reverse the trend and secure it into the future? Government rorts are infuriating. Why do they happen and why does there seem to be nothing can be done to stop them? Have you ever walked out of one room and into another and forgotten why you were there? Can there be some good news from fake n…
Mata Hari - the erotic dancer was executed during World War I as one of several ‘evil female spies’. The ‘spy-mania’ at the time was influenced by the assumption that women were innately deceptive. It was also believed that women exploited the war to gain social and economic privileges that belonged previously for men only. Historian Joanne Bourke …
Couple receives lost GoPro filled with memories; Health alert issued for salmonella outbreak in raw, ground turkey; Chloe Zhao wins top Directors Guild Award.By ABC News
Non-essential businesses in the UK have been preparing for re-opening for the first time since the beginning of January.
A 119 year old shipwreck has formed a unique bond between New Zealand's Maori and Chinese communities.
Tropical Cyclone Seroja smashes Kalbarri on the Western Australian coast; We get the latest on the delayed vaccine roll out, when will Australians eventually receive their jabs; And the next CEO of Australia Post has been announced.
Aussie musician, comedian, actor and composer Tim Minchin says he's drawn inspiration from the pandemic in his debut album 'Apart Together'. He's now heading back to the stage for a national tour, kicking off in June.
Prince Philp, the Duke of Edinburgh, had a strong connection with Australia, particularly through his association with more than 40 charities and organisations including the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award for young people. The Awards challenge young Australians to achieve in four areas: voluntary service, skill, physical recreation and adv…
It's still early on, but winds from Cyclone Seroja of up to 170 kilometres an hour have reportedly caused significant property damage.The cyclone is hitting parts of Western Australia that usually aren't accustomed to these types of conditions, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Royal Commission in to Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. In the years since, at least 474 First Nations people have died in police and prison custody, including five since the beginning of March.
The federal government's given up putting a date on when all Australians will get their COVID-19 vaccination, as one of the nation's largest disability service providers says not one of their residents has received a jab;
Australians are becoming increasingly intolerant in the multiple failings of the Federal Government's vaccine rollout program, including the private provider system's inefficiencies. The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.…
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abandoned the government's COVID-19 vaccine rollout target saying he hopes all Australians will get their first shot by the end of the year but that it can't be guaranteed.Australia's Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly says phases 1a and 1b of the vaccine rollout will be finished by the middle of the year but many ha…
Australia will soon start shipping domestically produced AstraZeneca vaccines to Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste - which are both battling major outbreaks of COVID-19.It comes as the Morrison Government gives up on setting any target for our own vaccine rollout after it advised against giving Astra Zeneca to people aged under 50.…
More than half a million Muslims in Australia are looking forward to a return to some type of normality at Ramadan after the pandemic wreaked havoc last year.
Australia's Reserve Bank ratchets up its concerns about surging house prices warning that record low interest rates could encourage "excessive borrowing". And the ABC's Peter Ryan says Christine Holgate's appearance before a senate inquiry into her removal as Australia Post chief executive will be closely watched event amid claims of bullying insid…
After two and a half months of unrest in Myanmar, a military leader has given an unlikely interview to try and defend his comrades' actions against its own people.The Myanmar junta is believed to have killed more than 600 civilians and the military-led media tour of its capital city has produced a story that is not as favourable as they may have ho…
Australia will be able to source 90 per cent of its energy from renewables by the 2040s without risking major economic pain or power shortages. That's according to a new paper from the Grattan Institute, which says getting the last 10 per cent of fossil fuel reliance out of the grid will be a major challenge.…
Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout is mired in confusion and chaos after the government's decision last week to limit the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 50. Pfizer has committed to delivering an additional 20 million doses late in 2021 - on top of the 20 million already committed - but there are other problems emerging, like the …
Political leaders and royal families across the world have paid tribute to Prince Philip who died last Friday, two months before his 100th birthday. Buckingham Palace has released details of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral next Saturday which includes a 30-person limit due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Former ally Fiame Naomi Mata'afa and her Fa'atuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi party is giving long time incumbent PM Tuilaepa Sailele Malielagaoi and his Human Rights Protection Party a run for their money in the 2021 Samoa election.
The R&B and future soul singer wants to help establish music workshops for musicians in her home country.
'How do you survive in a city like Port Moresby ... you have to force yourself and pretend that you're not sick just to go to work.'
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As President Biden continues pushing his $2 trillion infrastructure package, George interviews Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about the status of negotiations as Republicans and some Democrats express concerns with the proposed plan. Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker responds, discussing the GOP’s call for a narrower infrastructure bill ahead of…
Australia's vaccine strategy was already in trouble, but in the past few days things got worse.The AstraZeneca vaccine at the centre of our rollout is now no longer recommended for anyone under 50, while the only alternative currently in production, Pfizer, can only be made overseas.So how much trouble are we in?Today on The Signal, we give you the…
Europeans well know the risks of ultra nationalism and authoritarian leaders. So why is populism making a comeback? That’s what American historian Anne Applebaum sets out to discover. Living for a time in Poland she witnessed first-hand conservative friends moving further to the right to embrace populist politics. Why are these movements so seducti…