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18 Apr 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he will call a double dissolution election if the Senate fails to pass the Government's legislation to restore the Australian Building and Construction Commission (the ABCC).

Federal Employment Minister, Michaelia Cash, told a media conference on...

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13 Apr 2016

The claim  "Indigenous children at the moment are ten times more likely to be living out of home right now," Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said on the ABC's Q&A.

Are Indigenous children ten times more likely to be living out of home than their non-Indigenous...

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23 Mar 2017

ABC TV interviewed Carrie Hamilton, from the Housing Action Network in Sydney, about the model. Carrie is one of the authors of the AHURI research, Enhancing affordable rental housing investment via an intermediary and guarantee, that developed...

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20 Mar 2017

This episode of Q&A Extra continues the discussion on fake news.

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27 Jan 2017

Dollar a litre milk was quick to become the villain of the dairy crisis.

For many shoppers, it was why farmers were being forced off their farms.

It prompted social media campaigns calling on the major supermarkets to ditch the cheap milk.

But what few understand even to...

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07 Oct 2016

The last Australian-built Ford has rolled off the production line, bringing an end a decades-long history of car manufacturing in the country for the company. About six hundred workers have lost their jobs, in Broadmeadows and Geelong, two years after Ford first announced that its days in...

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07 Oct 2016

The former chair of the NSW Heritage Council has criticised the state government's refusal to heritage list the landmark Sirius apartment building in the historic Rocks area of Sydney.

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  • NSW Government refusing to heritage list Sirius social housing complex, citing
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06 Apr 2016

The Federal Government is preparing to write off billions of dollars of higher education loans as the number of bad debts soar. An ABC Freedom of Information (FOI) investigation has revealed the government is forecasting losses of more than $13.5 billion on just four years' worth of loans....

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09 Feb 2016

The debate about media reform is confusing, but changes to media laws could affect what regional audiences get to watch, read and listen to.

There are concerns proposed changes could mean fewer voices in rural media than ever before.

The Coalition is likely to introduce media...

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12 Oct 2015

This exhibition celebrated the radical, but failed dreams of the 1900s to transform Adelaide into a leading world metropolis.

On Paper, at the UniSA Architecture Museum, was part of the city's first Festival of Architecture and Design.

Curator, Dr Julie Collins, shared some of the...

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02 Feb 2012

 

Simultaneously unsafe abortion rates are increasing while contraceptive uptake is plateauing.

These findings have prompted some of the most critical debates in recent times, at the centre of which is ensuring that there is adequate investment in reproductive health services that...

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31 Jan 2012

 

Indeed, the use of the word "nanny" to describe state interference in individual choices originally came from the left.

In a 1960 article in the New Statesman, the magazine set up by members of the Fabian Society, nanny was deployed to attack the British Board of Film Censors. "...

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Fact check: is it cheaper to fly overseas than get out of Alice Springs?

11 Aug 2017

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