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On election night, the Melbourne seat of Kooyong could be one of the most fiercely contested in the country. The Treasurer of Australia, Josh Frydenberg, is facing what he’s described as the fight of his political life. His opponent was virtually unknown to most Australians a few months ago, but now polls show she has a chance at victory. So who is…
 
The recent signing of the security pact between China and the Solomon Island has sent shock waves through the Federal election campaign. Questions are being asked about our relationship with the Solomon Islands and with other Pacific nations. What is behind Australia’s relationship with the Pacific nations?…
 
On this day 90 years ago, firebrand NSW Premier Jack Lang was sacked by Governor Sir Phillip Game. In this this first of two instalments, we look at Lang's early life and business career, the scandalous aspect of his personal life and his embrace of the White Australia policy, his political rise and the massive opposition he faced from his own part…
 
Catch up on all the Rugby League news from NRL360, Tuesday the 17th of May, with host Braith Anasta and of course, Paul Kent. The duo are joined by Paul Crawley and Dave Riccio to take us through all of the latest developments at the Bulldogs, including who they could potentially see becoming the new head coach, and which players they believe are l…
 
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Tuesday, May 10th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss the news which the Gold Coast Suns could ultimately decide to stick with Stuart Dew instead of Alistair Clarkson, and a review of a memorable debut for a refugee who found his way to Richmond. For more of the show tune …
 
The RBA board meeting minutes released today revealed it discussed the possibility of a 40 basis point increase at the last meeting, instead of the 25 which it delivered, leaving the door open for more aggresive increases in the short term. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with ANZ's Adelaide Timbrell for the impact on the economy and ho…
 
The Coalition to cut the public service to pay for its promises while Labor's election promise balance sheet won't be revealed for another couple of days.We'll head to the most marginal seat in the country – Macquarie, west of Sydney - where seething anger at the political class leaves some voters dreading polling day.As new election lies surface i…
 
Max Laughton, David Zita and Ben Waterworth analyse Round 9 and preview Round 10 on the Fox Footy Podcast, including the coach carousel as it begins to spin and Gold Coast's shock bid for a finals spot, plus Fair or Farce and the Mailbag. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Fox Sports Australia
 
Bastian Fox Phelan awoke one morning to the arrival of, as they describe it, a 'dark stranger'. This 'stranger' adorned their upper lip and would throw open a deep questioning and investigation of gender and the idea that to be a woman you had to be hairless. Bastian's debut memoir is called How to be Between.…
 
The death of a child is always difficult, but losing an adult child brings on a different sort of grief. Bereaved parents of adult children say they can be dismissed, misunderstood and garner less sympathy than parents who lose young children. We look at the experience of grieving an adult child, how to cope and best support those going through it.…
 
Some state and local governments are regulating short-stay accommodation as a way to help increase the number of properties available for permanent rental. Limits are being set on who can let out their properties in this way, and for how many days of the year. Is regulation a good idea and how does it work in practice?…
 
The ABC board is set to introduce an internal ombudsman, replacing the existing system for handling complaints made about programs and content. The recommendation is contained in a report commissioned after the system rejected a complaint about last year's Ghost Train series, which was ultimately found to be valid.…
 
They say the second World War was fought on the beaches and trenches of Europe, but a new film shows a simultaneous war was taking place in the shadows.Nearly 80 years ago, British intelligence attempted a daring plot to deceive the Nazis, floating a literal corpse carrying fake military plans into the hands of the enemy.…
 
Lebanon's militant Hezbollah group and its allies appear to have suffered losses in this weekend's parliamentary elections, with preliminary results showing their opponents picking up more seats. It sends a strong message to ruling class politicians, who have held on to their seats despite a devastating economic collapse that has plunged most of th…
 
On the weekend, the Coalition launched its campaign, just six days before the election. The centrepiece of the launch was a new housing policy, which it promises will help more young people to buy a home, by allowing them to take money out of their superannuation. But will the scheme really help new home buyers or is it too little, too late? Today,…
 
In the final days of an election campaign dominated by cost of living concerns, Scott Morrison has announced a plan to allow Australians to dip into their superannuation to buy their first homes. As voting day approaches, both major parties will argue you’ll be better off financially if you vote for them. Today, the host of RN Breakfast, Patricia K…
 
Catch up on all of the footy news from AFL 360, Monday, May 16th with Gerard Whateley and Mark Robinson. Gerard and Robbo discuss Essendon's triumphant win in round 8 and how will Essendon pick up the pieces after a rough loss to the Swans in round 9. They discuss St Kilda after a huge win on the weekend. For more of the show tune in on Fox Footy &…
 
Catch up on all the Rugby League news from NRL360, Monday the 16th of May, with host Braith Anasta and of course, Paul Kent. The duo are joined by Buzz Rothfield and James Hooper for a deep-dive on the Trent Barrett and the Bulldogs. Who will replace him as head coach, and will the Bulldogs players walk out after him. The boys also take a look back…
 
With the government proposing its own scheme to allow first home buyers to access part of their superannuation to buy a home, SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with ANZ New Zealand- based economist Miles Workman to discover how a similar program there has worked and discusses the various plans around the world; plus the day on the markets…
 
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