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Fran Kelly is joined by a panel of informed political minds to interrogate the issues of the past sitting week in Canberra and look ahead to the coming week's final sitting week of the year.
The traps involved in borrowing from non-bank lenders. The Federal Government to report to UNESCO about Australia's progress in managing threats to the Great Barrier Reef. Plus a look at the remarkable career of Clive James.
Award-winner astronomer and the Australian Government's Women in STEM Ambassador, Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith addresses the Press Club as part of the 2019 Science Meets Parliament event.
Victoria is rolling out world-first bushfire prevention technology but an expert warns it could actually start a fire. Plus we talk to Australian grandmother Maria Exposto who had her death sentence overturned in Malaysia.
Westpac loses its CEO after allegations the bank breached anti money-laundering and counter-terrorism finance laws. Families say the NDIS has made their lives more difficult. Plus Leigh Sales interviews former PM Kevin Rudd.
A focus on international affairs with former US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power; Labor MP Tanya Plibersek; Israeli parliamentarian Tamar Zandberg; James Brown from the US Studies Centre; and The Australian's Greg Sheridan.
The dementia and Alzheimer's disease trials giving patients hope for a better life. The plan to ramp up production at South Australia's desalination plant. Plus George the deaf bulldog who visits patients in palliative care.
Melissa Doyle leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
Neuroscientist Emile Bruneau explores how we can use our capacity for critical thinking, our brain plasticity, and strategies like education and cooperation to help combat hate.
As politicians return to Canberra for the final sitting fortnight of the parliamentary year, Fran Kelly is joined by a panel of informed minds and opinionated commentators to look over the issues of the week.
On 60 Minutes, a Chinese spy defects to Australia. His shocking revelations are guaranteed to infuriate Beijing. How China conducts questionable activities around the world, including its attempts to infiltrate the Australian government, are revealed on 60 Minutes.
The fourth part of our economy series looks at whether Australia is too dependent on China. The cities choking on bush fire smoke. Plus Prince Andrew withdraws from public duties.
Christian Porter makes his first Press Club Address as attorney-general, talking Religious Freedom legislation and other responsibilities, including the Commonwealth Integrity Commission and family law.
Part 3 of our economy series looks at how the ageing population and a high level of immigration are having a huge impact. The latest on the SA bushfires. Plus basketball star Liz Cambage opens up about her mental health.
Part two of Alan Kohler's special series on the state of the economy. An anonymous Australian witness at the trial of Rolf Harris goes public. Plus the government is halting a key part of the robodebt scheme.
In the lead up to the 2020 presidential election, the US is caught in a ferocious battle over prescription drug prices. With some life-saving medications rising in cost by more than 5000 percent, we meet the Americans begging and borrowing to stay alive and turning to Australia for help.
Dylan Storer answering Peter Symonds question on climate
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