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Audio program
23 February 2017

The influential former head of treasury, Ken Henry, has again hit out at the political process today in some of his strongest language yet about the dangers of economic inaction.

Audio interview
23 February 2017

After much speculation, Fairfax Media has finally confirmed it's bidding farewell its digital 'rivers of gold.'

Audio interview
22 February 2017

This interview traces the origins of fake news, which can be found in early newspaper journalism in 18th Century London and Paris.

Audio program
22 February 2017

Experts warn that as people are expected to live for longer, adequate social and health structures must be put in place.

Audio interview
21 February 2017

New South Wales has announced an overhaul of its Higher School Certificate syllabus, with a renewed focus on writing and advanced maths.

Audio program
21 February 2017

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

Audio program
16 February 2017

Social researchers say the trend to part-time work is placing a heavy financial burden on families, and is also seeing the nation undergo a significant social change.

Audio interview
15 February 2017

Facts have never been under such sustained attack. Into this environment, the ABC, in partnership with RMIT University in Melbourne, is reopening the ABC Fact Check unit.

Audio podcast
14 February 2017

Facebook dominates any conversation about media in 2017. In this podcast, Facebook's head of news partnerships discusses the issues affecting the publisher-platform relationship.

Audio interview
14 February 2017

Jackie Huggins, co-Chair of The National Congress of Australia's First People, discusses the Redfern Statement, relaeased in June 2016, and its importance for the roadmap to address the persistent...