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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 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...

Audio program
13 February 2017

There are concerns that a campaign to scrap state-based renewable energy targets will seriously hinder investment opportunities in South Australia.

Audio program
9 February 2017

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

Audio interview
8 February 2017

Cory Bernardi's decision to quit the Liberals to start a new conservative party has dominated the start of federal parliament.

Audio interview
3 February 2017

NBN CEO, Bill Morrow, says the $49 billion project is rolling out on time and on budget, despite having to secure a special loan from the federal government late last year.

Audio program
2 February 2017

South Australia's University of Adelaide is researching the social structure of Eyre Peninsula communities to determine potential impacts from oil and gas exploration in the Great Australian Bight...

Audio interview
31 January 2017

Those Australians who support watering down the anti-hate laws in the Racial Discriminaton Act have received a boost.

Audio program
30 January 2017

A housing development in south London conceived in a partnership between the local council and Australian property mogul Lend Lease has so far managed to decrease the amount of affordable housing...