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The most senior liberal on the Supreme Court, Justice Stephen Breyer, announces he will retire at the end of the Court's term, giving President Biden the opportunity to nominate his first Supreme Court justice. More on the short list of potential candidates who could replace Breyer and the Senate's timeline for a potential confirmation. The latest …
 
Wordle, the free online word game flooding social media, has attracted global engagement by embracing the best of online culture.Plus, the European Union plans to take on targeted ads, and the Australia government takes on online bullies. But will these legislators be able to make a difference?Guests:Alice Clarke, Freelance Award-Winning Technology…
 
Two of regional Australia's largest music events will be going head to head this year, thanks in no small part to COVID.The Tamworth Country Music Festival had to postpone at the eleventh hour and rescheduled for April, but chose the exact same dates as the Parkes Elvis Festival.
 
The west is urging Russia to de-escalate its military activity on Ukraine's border, threatening sanctions if Moscow's "aggressive and threatening" behaviour continues.Michael Pulch, the EU's Ambassador to Australia, has confirmed the EU would respond if Russian troops crossed the border to Ukraine.
 
A spike in the number of COVID cases in the Northern Territory has sparked calls to introduce harsher restrictions, but Health Minister Natasha Fyles has ruled out a lockdown.Les Turner, Chief Executive of the Central Land Council, has expressed his frustration with the NT Government, saying they have "failed Central Australia" for not listening to…
 
Disability advocates are welcoming the appointment of Dylan Alcott as the Australian of the Year - the first person with a visible disability to be awarded the title. The Paralympian says he's been overwhelmed by the honour and has vowed to use the role to advocate for the disability community.
 
The Australian Government has urged citizens to leave Ukraine immediately, as Russian troops build up on the border and threat of an invasion grows. Australian Pixie Shmigel, who has been living in Ukraine since September, plans to evacuate for a few weeks - in line with government advice - but is hopeful she will be able to return.…
 
Indigenous lawyer Megan Davis is republican, but she is foremost an advocate for changing the constitution to meet the requirements of the Uluru Statement. She believes that the unfinished business of a voice to parliament needs to be enshrined in the constitution before a republic can be considered. Unless you reconsider the whole constitution at …
 
The Australian Republic Movement has released its Australian Choice model for Australia to become a republic. Peter FitzSimons, Bob Carr and Anne Twomey debate the direct election model and its suitablity for the Australian voter. Megan Davis is also a republican, but she believes that the unfinished business put forward through the Uluru Statement…
 
The Australian Republic Movement have released their constitutional model for Australia to become a republic. After the failure of the referendum in 1999, they have opted for a direct election model, which they believe will have a better chance of success at a referendum. But the proposal doesn't please everyone.…
 
Citizens new and old celebrate Australia Day, amid a growing awareness of this day's cruel history and legacy of pain for our First Nations people.Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott calls for full funding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, we’ll discuss that and why he, and other advocates, say better COVID care is needed for people with…
 
An appeals court judge in New York reversing the decision of a lower court, keeping the state's indoor mask mandate for schools and businesses in place for now. This, as Pfizer announces it has begun clinical trials on a vaccine for the Omicron variant. U.S. military help arriving in Ukraine with anti-tank missiles, as President Biden says he may p…
 
The new Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott had a win on court at the Australian Open before flying to Canberra to be given one of the country's highest honours.The Paralympic Champion says he will continue to "do the best [he] can do" in his advocacy for people with disabilities.
 
Pictures of former Australian of the Year Grace Tame looking stony-faced while meeting with the Prime Minister have been both praised and criticised, but it's part of a broader conversation around the treatment of women in Australia.In journalist Amy Remeikis' new essay, called 'On Reckoning', she weaves in her own personal experiences as she exami…
 
No doubt you've walked past a chemist or supermarket over the last few weeks with a printed sign taped to the front window saying, 'NO RAPID ANTIGEN TESTS IN STOCK'. We're told millions of tests are set to land on our shores over the coming weeks, but why are we so reliant on overseas suppliers, and what would it take to start manufacturing rapid a…
 
Grace Tame has made her feelings about Scott Morrison clear during a photo op with the PM, but her stance "hasn't shifted the dial" politically, given Grace Tame's "polarising tenure" as 2021 Australian of the Year.The chief political correspondent with The Financial Review, Phil Coorey, joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in fede…
 
Despite the COVID crisis sweeping nursing homes, Aged Care Minister Richard Colbeck went to the cricket on the same day he said he was too busy to attend a Senate COVID-19 hearing. Committee Chair, Labor Senator Katy Gallagher, says many people with loved ones in aged care would find the Minister's arrogant complacency hard to stomach.…
 
An Australian aid mission to Tonga is under a cloud because more than 20 of the personnel on board HMAS Adelaide have tested positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile the relief effort continues on the ground, but the Director of Tonga's Women and Children's Crisis Centre, Ofa Guttenbeil-Likiliki, says she still hasn't been able to contact her staff in the …
 
The unexpected departure of High Performance Manager Jeremy Bray from Cricket Vanuatu has come as a blow to the players. but his short stay has had quite an impact. Most notably his decision to instigate mixed training sessions proved to be a big it with male and female players alike, and the next HPM will be expected to carry on that legacy.…
 
The Taliban has met with western officials in Norway for the first talks in Europe since the group took control of Afghanistan last August. The Taliban is wanting access to billions of dollars frozen in US banks, but western envoys are also emphasising the importance of restoring and respecting the rights of women.…
 
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