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Eleanor Hall

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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.


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07 Aug 2017

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...

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07 Aug 2017

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...

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15 Jun 2017

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 appointed...

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10 May 2017

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.

Experts say it'...

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29 Mar 2017

Australian cyclone specialist, Professor Jonathan Nott, has now headed out into the field to gather data on Cyclone Debbie.

The Professor of Geoscience at James Cook University is also a member of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards.

He...

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21 Feb 2017

Victoria's first legal crop of cannabis has just been harvested for medicinal use.

The state has been manufacturing the drug at a secret location and is still putting it through the testing phase.

While patients in Victoria wait for access, NSW parliamentarians have been debating...

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09 Feb 2017

The latest South Australian blackout is playing into the political debate in Canberra about national energy policy.

The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, is again calling on state Labor governments to abandon aggressive renewable energy targets and get behind his government's more modest...

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25 Nov 2016

The Federal government has rejected a call by the New South Wales Planning Minister, Rob Stokes, for the Commonwealth to review tax breaks like negative gearing. Mr Stokes says just increasing housing supply won't address Sydney's affordability problem. The Opposition says his remarks should...

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31 Oct 2016

Medicos, experts and former gambling addicts say they have grave concerns about the closure of the Statewide Gambling Therapy Service in South Australia. The free service, successfully run from the Flinders Medical Centre for two decades, will shut at the end of the year, with government...

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13 Oct 2016

Welcome to Techtopia, our segment on the technologies set to disrupt our future and the sometimes unexpected questions we may need to ask about them.

Today, perhaps our most challenging topic yet: brain chips and other neurotechnologies that offer the possibility not only of reversing...

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