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Meet the man behind the hit YouTube series Cocktails with a Curator, from The Frick in New York.Plus, what if the arts were on the nightly TV news, like sport? And artists respond to Matisse's Tahiti-inspired work in a new exhibition.
On today's show: Kids win a battle to recycle at school, bird-watching Aussies flock to their backyards, deaf dancers wow crowds, superstar scientists win awards, and archaeologists dig up an ancient toilet.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What powers the Kangaroo Inn Area School fish farm?2. How many minutes do you spend counting for the Aussie Backyard Bird Cou…
FDA panel votes to approve vaccines for kids; Concerns grow after Queen cancels summit trip; Man buys back late mother’s car, finds notes.Bởi ABC News
Pressure has become extreme in Afghanistan and Russia, while European hospitals are concerned by the approaching influenza season.
British rapper, poet and writer, Akala, equates reading and writing to a form of magic. He brings this passion to the page in his debut YA novel, The Dark Lady, about pickpocket Henry, set in the time of Shakespeare's London. Also, The Overthinkers, a debut by a Sydney writing duo and Nick Earls on his heart surgery recovery as well as Empires, his…
Police respond to reports of shots fired at Idaho mall; Massive storms hit country from coast to coast; Moderna says low dose of vaccine safe, effective in children 6 to 11Bởi ABC News
The UN warns of food shortages in Afghanistan as UK defence minister says the fall of Kabul was a political, not a military failure.
On today's program: There's been a lukewarm response from Pacific Islanders to the Australian government's new plan to reduce carbon emissions; Torres Strait Islanders take the Australian government to court to prevent the loss of their communities due to climate change; PNG's health department looks to retired health workers and graduate nurses to…
There's been a lukewarm response from some in the Pacific, to the Australian government's new plan to reduce carbon emissions. Prime Minister Scott Morrison formally committed Australia to a target of net zero emissions by 2050, in the lead up to the global climate talks, COP26, in Glasgow that starts Sunday.…
Willie Poching, the first Samoan to be appointed head coach of a first grade rugby league club anywhere in the world, hopes his success will encourage others to switch to coaching when they hang up their boots.
The inquiry into Crown Resorts has released its final report, giving the casino giant two years and a number of recommendations to help it improve its corporate governance.
The world's economies are battling with increased demand and higher energy prices at the same time global supply chains are severely disrupted. There are fears that the conditions are similar to stagflation of the 1970s.Bởi Gareth Hutchens
APSCO's Lesley Horsburgh says nine-to-five roles and workforce shortages will take years to recalibrate after pandemic and border restrictions are lifted.Bởi Kathryn Robinson
After months of negotiations the final Coalition deal has been revealed for political and scientific scrutiny.
The Australian dollar has moved back above 75 US cents.
Removing barriers to the COVID-19 vaccination program remains a key focus in communities where vaccination rates are lagging behind the overall figures.
Once upon a time, cosmetic surgery was only for the wealthy. Today, it's advertised and marketed as a perfectly normal experience for anyone who can afford it.Cosmetic surgeons have become social media stars with followers in the millions. But behind the glitz and glamour lie some ugly truths.Four Corners, in a joint investigation with The Age and …
The world is just five months away from living amid a pandemic for two years, and some countries are finally easing major restrictions for a sense of normality.
Sudan's military has seized power, dissolving the transitional government hours after troops arrested prime minister Abdalla Hamdok and other senior officials.
Since the start of the pandemic, due to border closures and lockdowns, restaurants and tourism operators were forced to let their workers go, but as life opens up again, many are facing unprecedented labour shortages. Will they be able to cope with the busy summer ahead? Also, how did one man's dive into the unknown ocean bring emotions hidden deep…
The decriminalisation of abortion comes after many years of campaigning and calls for change by women’s rights and reproductive health groups in Mexico.
On the program today: After months of negotiations Australian telecommunications company Telstra confirms it will purchase Digicel's Pacific mobile network for $2.1 billion; PNG's communications minister welcomes the Telstra-Digicel deal but says the process is still in its early stages; Villagers living near the Mount Yasur volcano in Vanuatu call…
PNG government officials have reassured Digicel customers there will be no major shakeups when Telstra takes over the telco giant.
For generations, communities in the Pacific have observed their local environment - the animals, the plants - as part of their own traditional early warning weather systems. Despite modern meteorology services, that traditional knowledge continues to be applied today.
Villagers living near the Mount Yasur volcano on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu are calling for urgent help after a large explosion spews ash and sulphur into air.
The man behind an ambitious plan to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch says a ship is ready to start collecting plastic waste. The patch is estimated to cover an area of 1.6 million square kilometres in the North Pacific Ocean.
The Vagina Monologues is one of the most influential pieces of theatre in recent history. Written by V (formerly Eve Ensler), the play was first performed 25 years ago this year. V's latest project is a musical that places the climate crisis centre stage.Also, ABC Top 5 Arts resident Dr Lara Stevens' introduces us to Hartmut Veit, whose performance…
Australians may have only just started buying electric cars and household batteries – but several product recalls are showing that a national plan for dealing with renewable energy waste may already be needed.Bởi Emilia Terzon
Communications consultant Paul Budde says the Australian government's funding of theTelstra acquitison of Digicel is politically driven.Bởi Kathryn Robinson
After years of politically deadly internal division, the Coalition has finally come to an agreed position on combating climate change.
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