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Malcolm Turnbull's recent cabinet reshuffle means Australia will have its first ever federal Aboriginal minister, with West Australian MP, Ken Wyatt, given the portfolios of aged care and...
2017 is set to be a big year for the government on climate policy.
Opt-out laws mean once a person dies, it's presumed they consent to donate their organs unless they've specifically signed up to an opt-out register.
In the latest instalment of our series examining some of the major ethical issues of 2016, Andrew West of RN's Religion and Ethics Report speaks to Margaret Somerville on surrogacy.
Prominent authors and publishers say the move to open the books market to international titles will threaten Australia's $2 billion publishing industry.
The Sydney Morning Herald's investigative journalist, Kate McClymont, spent years investigating Eddie Obeid's wrongdoings and she joined RN Breakfast to discuss how she began...
Interview with Philippe Legrain, a former advisor to the President of the European Commission, to discuss his argument that investing in refugees would reap an economic dividend of double the...
Interview with US politics and media expert, Shanto Iyengar, to discuss how the press has reported on the current US presidential election campaign.