Eleanor Hall is the voice of ABC Radio at lunchtime. She hosts the ABC's daily news hour, The World Today, which delivers national and international news and analysis to radio and online audiences nationally and throughout the region.
Lionel Murphy was a justice of the High Court, a Labor attorney-general and a political figure accused and acquitted of serious crimes.
He's one of the most polarising figures in Australian political history.
Documents relating to an inquiry into bribery allegations conducted...
There is no urgency for Ten Network creditors to sign off on a recommendation to sell the embattled broadcaster to the US television giant CBS, a court heard today.
Dr Andrew Bell SC for media baron Bruce Gordon says a deed of company arrangement...
The respected journalist, producer, presenter and author, Peter Luck, has died after a long and painful illness.
His close friend and fellow journalist Mike Carlton says Parkinson's Disease had a devastating impact on Peter Luck, a man who he hopes will be remembered as...
Ask many Australians what makes this country better than the United States and many will cite our tighter gun laws.
But as Sunday's shooting death of a three-year-old girl in Sydney shows, Australia's gun control and gun violence prevention system has flaws.
American broadcaster CBS has beaten out billionaires Lachlan Murdoch and Bruce Gordon to buy Network Ten.
The deal will see CBS introduce its own video on demand service.
It will also provide much-needed capital that will improve Channel Ten's prospects of not only...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has announced that it will not oppose a proposed bid for the Ten Network by current shareholders, Bruce Gordon and Lachlan Murdoch.
ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims, says the News Corporation factor was the single debate when considering if...
Unions and civil liberties groups have described the federal government's new social media policy for public servants as reprehensible and absurd, saying it could even be in breach of the Constitution.
The new policy prohibits the liking or sharing of anti-government material on any...
There are calls for more training for teachers to help them deal with problematic sexual behaviour in primary schools.
In a recent study , teachers reported students threatening to rape other students, simulating intercourse and coercing others to engage in sexual behaviour. The research...
Are governments using the threat of terrorism as a pretext to spy on their citizens? That's certainly the view of the United Nation's Privacy rapporteur, who is calling for a treaty to regulate government surveillance of citizens.
Interview with Professor Joe Cannataci, who was...
Some welfare recipients and drug experts say the federal government's plan to drug test people on the dole is a policy mistake.
As part of the Turnbull Government's budget reforms, five thousand new welfare recipients will undergo randomised drug testing in a trial....