Gladys Berejiklian oversaw a fund that set aside $5.5 million for a project backed by Daryl Maguire. Norman Swan looks at the different coronavirus COVID-19 vaccines being developed. Plus Stan Grant interviews Stephen Fry.
Some parts of regional Australia are experiencing a jobs boom. Australia's economy grew in the September quarter. Stan Grant interviews federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
Does Australia need a bigger aerial firefighting fleet? Joyous scenes as families reunite after Queensland open its border to visitors from Victoria and Sydney. The diplomatic stand-off with our biggest trading partner China.
Today the Lawyer X royal commission handed down its long-awaited findings into Victoria Police's use of Nicola Gobbo as an informant. Plus as Victoria's economy begins its slow recovery, many people left unemployed are finding the competition for jobs tough.
David Speers interviews trade and finance minister Simon Birmingham. Mike Bowers talks pictures with Mad as Hell's Tosh Greenslade. On the panel are the Herald Sun's James Campbell, Katharine Murphy from Guardian Australia and 6PR's Gareth Parker to discuss the reopening of state borders, the release of Kylie Moore-Gilbert from an Iranian prison, the cancellation of a convicted terrorist's citizenship plus Paul Brereton's Afghanistan war crimes report.
ASIC accused of acting too slowly after retiree housing group collapses. Victorian frontline health workers reflect on how far the state has come this year. Plus satire with Mark Humphries.
Clive Palmer has agreed to a $21 million settlement in a dispute with villa owners at his Coolum Resort. The Australian businesses stopping exports to China because of trade tensions. Maggie Beer reflects on coronavirus COVID-19 and 2020.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian admits she did not self-isolate after getting a coronavirus COVID-19 test. Some Mascot Towers residents are calling on the NSW Government to buy the building. Leigh Sales interviews Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews.
Leigh Sales interviews former prime minister Paul Keating and discusses a federal government review of superannuation. Plus how concerned should we be about the potential for new strains of coronavirus COVID-19 to emerge? Dr Norman Swan takes a look.
A group of inspirational women, the Tangentyere Women's Family Safety Group, and their work towards preventing domestic violence.
David Speers interviews Australian Defence Force chief General Angus Campbell and shadow employment minister Brendan O'Connor. Mike Bowers talks pictures with cartoonist Cathy Wilcox. On the panel are ABC political editor Andrew Probyn, the Saturday Paper's Karen Middleton and Network Ten and the Australian's Peter van Onselen to discuss the damning inquiry into alleged war crimes by Australian soldiers in Afghanistan. Plus SA's coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown lifted and the PM's trip to Japan.
Today the devastating findings of the report into alleged war crimes by Australia's special forces in Afghanistan were revealed. Leigh Sales interviews chief of the defence force, General Angus Campbell.
South Australians are preparing to enter lockdown. Crown Resorts whistleblower demands an apology from the casino giant over "gold-digger" attack. Plus US football player Megan Rapinoe speaks about her activism.
We speak to Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd who are calling for a royal commission into media diversity. Mental illness is being dubbed the 'shadow pandemic' and modelling suggests it won't peak until the second half of 2021.
There are fears South Australia is on the cusp of a significant outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19. The NSW government bought land for three times its value for a light rail project.
David Speers interviews the minister for Indigenous Australians, Ken Wyatt, and the shadow minister for Indigenous Australians, Linda Burney. Mike Bowers talks pictures with cartoonist for the Canberra Times, David Pope. On the panel are Guardian Australia's Gabrielle Chan, News.com.au's Samantha Maiden and the West Australian's Lanai Scarr to discuss the culture in Parliament after questions were raised about the treatment of women in the Liberal Party, and Joel Fitzgibbon's resignation from shadow cabinet.
The stranded Australians still trying to get home. A Sri Lankan family living in regional NSW is facing deportation. Plus satire with Mark Humphries.
Leigh Sales interviews Dr Anthony Fauci about coronavirus COVID-19 in the US. Should our national anthem be changed? Plus it's the 45th anniversary of the dismissal of Gough Whitlam.
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