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This week ABC News is exploring gun violence in America – why it’s so bad, and how we might be able to prevent it. Today, we define the problem. What exactly do we mean when we say “gun violence,” something that claims dozens of American lives every day. ABC’s Aaron Katersky investigates.Bởi ABC News
Today we explore a cave where birds’ nests are ruffling feathers, we meet a science star inspired by her mum’s cooking, we cheer on an Australian para-taekwondo competitor, we solve a meteorite mystery, and we hear a whale of a tale.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What type of birds are making nests on Indigenous artworks?2. What does STEM stand for?3. Where did…
Last year state and territory attorneys-generals deferred a decision on raising the age of criminal responsibility to 14, saying they needed more time - but there is still no national consensus or change.
It comes after an SBS World News investigation revealed claims that several cases were dropped or handed over to US authorities, even when the incident happened off-base.
Chilean authorities see a sustained decline in new cases, and a large number of people vaccinated, which now sits at 79% of the target population.
The US State Department is warning Tunisia not to 'squander its democratic gains' made after the Arab Spring in 2011.
New York City and California becoming the first to require front line health care workers, teachers and government officials to get vaccinated with new cases on the rise in 49 states. France now requiring vaccination passports for restaurants, bars and theaters causing several protests. More than 13 wildfires raging in the west and the air quality …
The teaching of Critical Race Theory in US schools is described by some as vital education, but criticised by others as being divisive.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves has spoken to Rod Orrock, the CEO of Best & Less, after a successful first day on the ASX
The best theatre is always the result of a great collaboration and Neil Armfield found the ideal collaborator in Kate Champion — choreographer, director and founder of the dance theatre company Force Majeure. The pair's work includes Cloudstreet and The Ring Cycle.Also, we consider what complete silence might finally allow us to hear in Will O'Maho…
Warren Hogan from EQ Economics says if the NSW lockdown drags on for many more weeks the Federal Government will have to look at increasing financial support for small businesses.Bởi Kathryn Robinson
Experts say local manufacturing of MRNA vaccines could ensure a steady supply and help with developing booster shots. But getting this happening any time soon could hinge on a single global player.Bởi Emilia Terzon
As house prices continue to surge across the country, the NAB has revised its forecast upwards, for houses in all capital cities other than Perth. Alan Kohler has the details.
NSW has recorded 145 new local COVID-19 cases amid concerns over possible spread from a Sydney lockdown protest.
The alleged IS militant and her two young children have been detained in Turkey since February.
Reza Berati was killed by guards during a violent confrontation at the Manus Island detention centre and his parents say they’re still awaiting justice.
Tunisia's president has sacked the government and suspended parliament in a move his opponents have labelled a coup.
Indonesia, which has become the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia, has extended restrictions in an effort to curb infections.
The Delta variant causes COVID cases to rise in nearly every region across the U.S. The new daily case average rises by over 300 percent since mid June, as the nation's top infectious disease doctor weighs in on a potential booster shot and possible changes to mask guidance for vaccinated Americans. America bounces back in day two of the Tokyo Olym…
Just a quick announcement that this week's episode will be 24 hours late due to border closures and lockdowns. Tune in tomorrow for our episode with Ryan FITZY Fitzgerald!! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/theycametoplay See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Bởi Lehmo, Tess Armstrong and Danny McGinlay
Every four (or so) years, the Olympics come along and sweep some of us into a fervour of cheering and armchair commentary. While many of us have no direct link to the games, for some, there can be a deeper connection, such as knowing or being related to an Olympian, having attended a past Olympic event as a participant or spectator, or taking part …
Esther Freud's mother had babies at a time when many unwed mothers in the UK and Ireland had their children taken away. Freud says, 'When I thought about the situation of my mother, it struck me how alone and dangerous her situation was'. In I Couldn't Love You More, she imagines if her mother had been forced into one or Ireland's notorious mother …
After rejecting two House GOP members with strong ties to former Pres. Trump from the Jan 6 commission, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi joins George s to discuss the future of the investigation, plus the latest on infrastructure; As Senate negotiators race to finalize a bipartisan infrastructure plan ahead of Monday’s possible vote, George interv…
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says more Pfizer will go to New South Wales as the state struggles to control its Delta outbreak.
The urgent new warnings from health officials as the number of new daily COVID cases more than triples to over 43,000 in the U.S. This, as some senior health officials discuss the possibility of a third booster shot for individuals with a compromised immune system. The first medals awarded at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Monsoon rains put millions…
A couple was preparing to sell their yacht to move closer to family when they vanished forever. (OAD: 1/17/20)Bởi ABC News
Health officials caution the current Delta variant outbreak of the coronavirus may not peak until October. Some hospitals in the Midwest now running out of beds and other areas reissue mask mandates. The Summer Olympics officially underway in Tokyo with several demonstrations held outside the Opening Ceremony protesting the games amid the pandemic.…