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The CSIRO has released new research saying that Australia is getting hotter than the rest of the world, and that extreme weather events will be more common.
The report is the organisation's most detailed and comprehensive climate projection to date, and shows a doubling...
New research shows an increasing level of discontent among western democracies, with a diminishing number of people in Australia who believe voting makes a difference. Matt O'Neil and Tim Roxburgh investigate what this growing disenchantment will mean for world politics in 2015.
Outgoing Victorian Attorney General Robert Clarke joins RN Breakfast to discuss the weekend's election result, which saw the Liberal-National Coalition tossed out of office after just one term.
The Napthine Government faced a number of problems during its four years in power, many of...
A new study into the health and safety of Australia's school principals has found that they are seven times more likely to experience violence on the job compared to the rest of the working population.
The Australian Principal Occupational Health, Safety, & Wellbeing Survey,...
By 2050, the world will see the most explosive era of road expansion in human history, with a 60 per cent increase in the world's network of paved roads - enough to circle the globe more than 600 times.
And according to the authors...
$500 million in compensation will be payed to the ten thousand people took part in a class action against the power company and State Government over the 2009 Black Saturday fires in Victoria.
Today a report calling for money and effort to be invested...
Tony Abbott says he doesn't want the agenda cluttered by subjects that would detract from economic growth when the leaders of the world's richest 20 countries meet in Brisbane for the G20 in November.
But Oxfam International argues that wealth inequality must be on...
Treasurer Joe Hockey joins RN Breakfast to discuss the 2014-15 Federal Budget, which he says will build a 'nation of lifters, not leaners.'
The Treasurer has also declared that the days of borrowing and spending are over.
Critics of the Budget have described...
One in six Australian children are at risk of neglect and abuse, and one in four are not ready to start school because of poor living and developmental environments.
This means that 22 per cent of Australian children are now considered 'vulnerable.'