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A cutting edge, no BS, power packed weekly web show hosted by social media maven, Ryan Thogmartin, and The Funeral Commander, Jeff Harbeson. Each week Ryan and The Commander will cover: Funeral industry news, Q&As, funeral director spotlight, WTF! segment, and commentary on the industry in a entertaining non-funeralesque form. Want to watch the video version of FNtv, submit a question or become an advertiser? Please visit, Funeralnation.tv
 
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Behind the brilliance of famous French sculptor Auguste Rodin, known for his sculpture 'The Thinker', was the lesser-known artist Camille Claudel.Her life is re-imagined in a new play, 'Claudel', written and directed by Wendy Beckett, which debuts at the Sydney Opera House on 23 April.
 
Victorian Coroner Paresa Spanos has recommended the adoption of pill testing after investigating the deaths of five young men who died in separate incidents between July 2016 and January 2017.Deakin University criminologist Dr Andrew Groves says all five deceased consumed drugs that were laced with adulterants known as Novel Psychoactive Substances…
 
A group of prominent First Nations women are calling for a national council to be established to address domestic violence.They say violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women has been ignored and the national bodies that already exist aren’t responsive enough.
 
The senate inquiry about the circumstances of Christine Holgate's departure from Australia Post is expected to be fiery, as Scott Morrison's position appears at odds with growing support for Ms Holgate.The chief political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age David Crowe joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in fed…
 
Former Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate will be the star witness at a Senate Inquiry into the purchase of luxury Cartier watches for executives who landed a lucrative deal for regional post offices. Ms Holgate has won over Nationals Senate Leader Bridget McKenzie, who says the watches gifted to senior executives "pale into insignificance" compa…
 
Even as the Australian economy shows signs of recovery, there's concern border closures and the risk of snap lockdowns won't be eliminated until the vaccine rollout has made more progress.The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called for "vaccine milestones" as a way to open up markets, international borders and address labour shortage…
 
Amid the pressures of a growing COVID-19 outbreak, East Timor now faces a huge recovery effort after Tropical Cyclone Seroja ravaged the country over the Easter weekend.Australia has donated $7 million dollars to help with the recovery effort, but thousands have become homeless due to the destruction from the cyclone, which is putting further press…
 
A series of deadly shootings at spa parlours in the United States last month - where six of the victims were Asian women - have sparked a worldwide anti-racism campaign.The 'Stop Asian Hate' movement says there's been increasing violence and prejudice against people of Asian heritage, but it's not easy to prove to police or in court.…
 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rejected calls for a crisis summit with Dublin as post-Brexit rioting continues across Northern Ireland. For more than a week, pro-British loyalists have clashed with Irish nationalists in protest against post-Brexit trade agreements, which they say threaten Northern Ireland's place in the UK.…
 
Prince Philp, the Duke of Edinburgh, had a strong connection with Australia, particularly through his association with more than 40 charities and organisations including the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award for young people. The Awards challenge young Australians to achieve in four areas: voluntary service, skill, physical recreation and adv…
 
Australians are becoming increasingly intolerant in the multiple failings of the Federal Government's vaccine rollout program, including the private provider system's inefficiencies. The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.…
 
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abandoned the government's COVID-19 vaccine rollout target saying he hopes all Australians will get their first shot by the end of the year but that it can't be guaranteed.Australia's Chief Medical Officer Paul Kelly says phases 1a and 1b of the vaccine rollout will be finished by the middle of the year but many ha…
 
Australia will soon start shipping domestically produced AstraZeneca vaccines to Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste - which are both battling major outbreaks of COVID-19.It comes as the Morrison Government gives up on setting any target for our own vaccine rollout after it advised against giving Astra Zeneca to people aged under 50.…
 
Australia's Reserve Bank ratchets up its concerns about surging house prices warning that record low interest rates could encourage "excessive borrowing". And the ABC's Peter Ryan says Christine Holgate's appearance before a senate inquiry into her removal as Australia Post chief executive will be closely watched event amid claims of bullying insid…
 
After two and a half months of unrest in Myanmar, a military leader has given an unlikely interview to try and defend his comrades' actions against its own people.The Myanmar junta is believed to have killed more than 600 civilians and the military-led media tour of its capital city has produced a story that is not as favourable as they may have ho…
 
Australia will be able to source 90 per cent of its energy from renewables by the 2040s without risking major economic pain or power shortages. That's according to a new paper from the Grattan Institute, which says getting the last 10 per cent of fossil fuel reliance out of the grid will be a major challenge.…
 
Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout is mired in confusion and chaos after the government's decision last week to limit the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 50. Pfizer has committed to delivering an additional 20 million doses late in 2021 - on top of the 20 million already committed - but there are other problems emerging, like the …
 
Political leaders and royal families across the world have paid tribute to Prince Philip who died last Friday, two months before his 100th birthday. Buckingham Palace has released details of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral next Saturday which includes a 30-person limit due to COVID-19 restrictions.
 
In the marginal Tasmanian seat of Bass, even those most disengaged from politics are aware of the vaccine and sexual assault scandals that have plagued politics in recent months. The host of Insiders on ABC TV David Speers joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
 
The Federal Government has advised people under 50 to get the Pfizer vaccine over AstraZeneca, due to a possible link to rare blood clotting. But epidemiologist Professor Mary-Louise McLaws says the AstraZeneca vaccine is still safe but that the revised health advice could restore confidence in the vaccination program.…
 
Australia's COVID-19 vaccine rollout is facing a major overhaul, after new health advice recommended people under the age of 50 be given an alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine.It raises the question of where we'll get other vaccines from; Labor has called on the government to negotiate with more companies to secure our supply.…
 
The Federal Government's much-awaited response to the Respect@Work report will make workplaces safer for women, according to Assistant Minister for Women Amanda Stoker. Among the proposed changes, MPs and judges will be subject to the Sex Discrimination Act, sexual harassment will be considered "serious misconduct" and will become a legitimate reas…
 
Finance ministers from the Group of 20 leading economies are working towards a minimum global tax rate for company profits by the middle of the year.There are hopes that updating global tax rules could level the economic playing field around the world, but there are significant challenges in getting other countries on board.…
 
The Australian Government has recommended that people under the age of 50 should get the Pfizer vaccine instead of AstraZeneca, due to a 1 in 100,000 risk of blood clots. But the government has been criticised for being "slow off the mark" in negotiating with other pharmaceutical companies to secure more vaccines for Australians.…
 
Half a billion Facebook users allegedly had their data breached, including more than 7 million Australians. The details published online includes names, phone numbers, email addresses, and dates of birth and cybersecurity experts are concerned these details could be used for identify theft or to gain access to people's social media accounts.…
 
The Chinese Communist party is stepping up its propaganda campaign to defend itself against accusations of human rights abuses in Xinjiang province. In a two-hour press conference, China's Ambassador to Australia Cheng Jingye claimed accusations that over a million ethnic Uyghur have been detained in internment camps, are distorted and based on mis…
 
The Palaszczuk Government has flatly denied a federal claim that the states and territories are yet to spend $130m in additional domestic violence support funds provided in response to the pandemic.Federal Social Services Minister Anne Ruston made the claim in response to a request by frontline domestic and sexual violence for a $150m top up to han…
 
Fashion icon, a passionate businesswoman and trailblazer Carla Zampatti died last week at the age of 78 after falling down the stairs at a gala outdoor opera premiere in Sydney.Industry leaders and admirers have paid tribute to her achievements and distinctive style, but what did it mean to have this generous woman as a friend?…
 
The public is calling for more information about the vaccine program from the Federal Government, as the European Medicines Agency say it's found a possible link between AstraZeneca and blood clotting.The Chief Political Correspondent for The Conversation Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.…
 
Labor is criticising the slow rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to aged care homes, after one not-for-profit operator told RN Breakfast that fewer than half its residents had received their first dose. Shadow Minister for Senior Australians and Aged Care Services, Clare O'Neil, says the Federal Government is "catastrophically behind" its promise to h…
 
In the UK, the medical regulator is advising that people under 30 be offered an alternative to AstraZeneca due to a small risk of blood clots. Sir Kent Woods, former Chair of the European Medicines Agency, says the risk is "extremely low" but slightly higher for young people - although COVID-19 causes far more blood clots.…
 
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