Serious concerns remain about gaps in the hotel quarantine system. We speak to the families of food delivery riders who died on the job. The family of Australian journalist Cheng Lei speak out about her detention in China.
David Speers interviews deputy Labor leader Richard Marles. Mike Bowers talks pictures with Canberra Times cartoonist David Pope. On the panel are News.com.au's Samantha Maiden, ABC News political editor Andrew Probyn and the Australian Financial Review's Jennifer Hewett to discuss the first week of federal Parliament including Craig Kelly, COVID-19 vaccine rollout, hotel quarantine, travel caps, climate policy, the economy and IR.
Victoria is back on alert after a hotel quarantine worker tested positive for coronavirus COVID-19. Leigh Sales interviews health minister Greg Hunt. Plus the debate over how long JobKeeper should be kept in place.
More than 70 homes have been lost in a bushfire north-east of Perth. Some experts are questioning Australia's choice of COVID-19 vaccines. Plus Liberal MP Craig Kelly is in hot water over his views on coronavirus.
Meet the formidable women in Georgia who fought for democracy and won. They battled generations of racism and voter suppression, inspiring record black voter turnout. Now their sights are set on the American South.
Thousands of elderly people are spending years on a waiting list to get a home care package. Climate change is on the agenda as Parliament returns for 2021. Leigh Sales interviews former Collingwood Magpies player Heritier Lumumba about the club's racism scandal.
On January 6, 2021, the most sacred symbol of American democracy was stormed by supporters of Donald Trump, unleashing violence and destruction. As President Joe Biden takes charge, the rival Republican party is grappling with its political future. Defeated, disgraced, and now twice-impeached, Donald Trump may be out of office, but the anger he unleashed continues to threaten and America is watching for his next move.
Western Australia has been plunged into coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown. Laura Tingle looks at the big issues facing the federal government this year. The GameStop Reddit short squeeze share saga explained.
David Speers interviews federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg. Mike Bowers talks pictures with Guardian Australia's Amy Remeikis. On the panel are Guardian Australia's Katharine Murphy, Peter Hartcher from the Age and Sydney Morning Herald and Shalailah Medhora from Triple J's Hack to discuss plans for the roll-out of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccines, New Zealand travel bubble, shadow cabinet reshuffle, climate and energy policy and the Joe Biden presidency.
The consumer watchdog has raised fresh concerns about Google's digital advertising dominance. Laura Tingle interviews New Zealand's foreign minister about coronavirus COVID-19 and the trans-Tasman travel bubble.
Some Australians stranded overseas and deemed vulnerable are still struggling to get on to repatriation flights. Dr Norman Swan looks at how coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine supply delays might affect Australia.
A brief address to the nation from Australia's Governor-General to mark Australia Day.
US President Joe Biden starts his term facing a series of crises. Former FBI director James Comey discusses restoring trust in America's institutions. Plus First Nations people share their thoughts on Australia Day.
Quarantine exemptions: Who decides and what is the process to get one? Joe Biden is about to be sworn in as US president. Plus concerns over the Attack Class submarine project.
Concerns over airborne transmission of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine. Coronavirus is spreading through the UK on a scale difficult to comprehend. Plus Laura Tingle interviews actor Jacki Weaver.
Some tennis players are unhappy about quarantine arrangements. Why states and territories took on the responsibility for quarantining overseas arrivals. Concerns over the Australian War Memorial's $500 million makeover.
Donald Trump has made history as the first US president ever impeached twice. Australians stranded overseas left frustrated as the number of people allowed into the country is reduced.
Yet another international sporting event has been forced to give way to the pandemic. The debate over the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine.
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