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This Special Report from ABC News Radio explores the uniquely American problem of gun violence and what might be done to reverse the deadly trends. We start by defining the problem – it’s not just mass shootings -- then we examine the effect of gun violence on children, we talk about the connection to mental health, and we visit cities where they’v…
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Eastern Europe is not a region characterized by “ancient hatred” as it’s often stated. But why has the region seen so much conflict? Historian John Connelly says it’s a place where people possess a disturbing knowledge: that in the course of history, nations come and go. Some disappear. Therefore, maintaining your culture and language has become a …
Bashar Hanna left Iraq for Australia after the 2003 war and later set up a choir for others who have also left their homelands.
The Tokyo Olympics have gone ahead despite the global pandemic, but it’s the not the first-time world events have conspired against the games. 40 years ago, the Olympics ran head long into the Cold War, and sport became collateral damage in a standoff between the USSR and the United States. This is the story of how Australia and its athletes were c…
The superlatives around gymnast Simone Biles, and a spotlight on the mental health aspects of performing a sport.By ABC News
Millions of Americans face possible eviction as a federal deadline approaches. Afghan interpreters and their families begin arriving on US soil. And the founder of a much-hyped electric vehicle company is indicted for allegedly lying about "nearly all aspects of the business."By ABC News
It comes as NSW reports 170 new locally cases and one of Brisbane's biggest schools is forced to close after a mystery COVID-19 case was detected.
Property prices across Australia continue to soar with median house prices in Canberra and Melbourne now one million dollars, catching up to Sydney. Daniel Ziffer has more.
Citi analyst, Elizabeth Tian tells SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves, shareholders should expect to be rewarded this profit reporting season.
An appeal for people to be unafraid to seek early treatment, after some Sydney residents suffer at home with COVID; The ethical challenges around COVID and the vaccines, a bioethicist on what information people need to be told and the greater good; And COVID and the Tokyo Games. We'll meet German Cyclist Simon Geschke who's tested positive.…
Western Australia this month became just the second Australian state to introduce voluntary assisted dying for terminally ill patients.
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This week, ABC News has been exploring Gun Violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today, we visit a city that was once considered one of this country’s most dangerous, but that changed after police changed the way they do their jobs. Here’s ABC’s Mark Remillard.…
Often we forget to acknowledge the good in our lives. Happiness and well-being can be as accessible as simply recalling moments of kindness. Watch Ted Lasso on Apple TV+. Subscription required. Apple TV+ and/or select content may not be available in all regions. To find this meditation in the Ten Percent Happier app, you can search for “Recalling K…
The coronavirus pandemic is highlighting the need for improvement in the way public health and safety messages are communicated to people from all language and cultural backgrounds.
Former Prime Minister Julia Gillard has joined world leaders and prominent activists to discuss the importance of increasing access to education for girls.
An Australian has won a long legal battle against a Home Affairs’ attempt to remove his citizenship, after it wrongly claimed he was Papua New Guinean.
As the world rushes to avoid a third Covid-19 wave due to the Delta variant by getting vaccinated, several factors including the spread of conspiracy theories and distrust of vaccines are affecting their rollout in some countries.
Another 170 coronavirus cases in Sydney as soldiers prepare to enforce stay-at-home orders;
President Biden issues new sweeping vaccine and mask mandates for more than four million federal workers. This, as the U.S. now averages nearly 62,000 new COVID cases a day fueled by the Delta variant. Severe storms move into the Northeast prompting tornado watches from Maryland to New Jersey. America's Suni Lee wins gold in the women's gymnastics …
Automation and outsourcing are dirty words for many people in Western countries worried about their future employment prospects. Developing countries are seen to be the major beneficiaries of off-shore labour, with multinationals hoovering up increased profits. But the reality is a lot more complex and even messy. Now, even developing countries are…
With nearly 50 per cent of the population fully vaccinated, and a surplus of supplies, the United States is keen its vaccine supplies don't go to waste.
The crew talks about where Americans stand on mitigation efforts, how politicians are responding, and what public health experts are saying about the current state of the pandemic.By FiveThirtyEight, 538, ABC News, Nate Silver
How the use of the military to stem the COVID outbreak is conjuring up uncomfortable memories for some in the city's cultural heartland;
America is facing a reading crisis, and this has profound impacts on how we engage with the world. The number of adults who read books for pleasure fell by more than 30% in less than 15 years. Researchers found that Americans watch TV three hours a day, but spend less than 30 minutes reading. "Reading is seeing the world through someone else's eyes…
Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald discusses incorporating events from Jan. 6 into the latest episode of her series “The Good Fight,” playing Aretha Franklin’s mother in the upcoming film “Respect,” and reacts to Simone Biles withdrawal from Olympic events for her mental health. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts weigh in on some companies mandating vacc…
Winning always feels good, even if being the only one left in the race does spoil the buzz a bit. So why was Brisbane the only city in contention to host the 2032 Olympics? And could it be that the rest of the world knows something Australia doesn't? Today on The Signal, we're often told that hosting the Olympics brings the host city fortune, fame …
Reality shows are a central pillar of the television industry, but for the people who appear on them, the productions can be a gateway to years of mental anguish.As Naomi Selvaratnam found out, for some reality TV stars their moment in the spotlight nearly cost them their life.
Do you like the sound of no more lockdowns? What about minimal to no restrictions on day-to-day life?We constantly hear vaccination is our way out of this bloody pandemic, but just how many of us need to get vaccinated before it can end?Well, the experts over at the Grattan Institute have tackled this very problem and say the figure is 80 per cent …
The complicated history of humanity's relationship to fire with Stephen Pyne and Nick Horne and Ryan Cropp discuss the legacy of Donald Horne on the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Toby Hagon is back for Motortorque and everything you need to know about what's happening in the automotive world.
Did you know books in libraries were one put on shelves horizontally? We took a look at how books were made, and the advent of paper back.
It's been four years since the Syrian city of Al Raqqa was mostly destroyed during airstikes under the Coalition to Defeat ISIS.
Do you worry about the teenagers in your life? If so, you’re in good company. Socrates, Aristotle and even Shakespeare wrote of the impulsiveness and peer influence of adolescents. Once, hormones were blamed. Now, MRIs tell us their brains haven’t finished developing - in key areas associated with much-maligned teenage behaviour. These include plan…
NSW's COVID-19 lockdown has been tightened again, after 239 new infections were announced — the highest daily number since the virus first arrived in the state early last year. New South Wales Police have called for back-up requesting 300 personnel from the Defence Force.By Jason Om
Tasmania's salmon industry trades on its clean, green image and the state government are backing plans for the industry to double in value by 2030 but residents and scientists claim the large-scale fish farming is damaging the island state's waterways.By Ellen Coulter
As the number of COVID cases continues to rise in the east, Western Australia remains on high alert.Despite sealing itself off with hard border closures, concerns remain about the capacity of the health system to cope with an outbreak, as Hannah Sinclair reports.By Hannah Sinclair
Parents keep memory of murdered student alive by promoting rideshare safety. A deep dive into research surrounding often misunderstood sharks.By ABC News