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"2018-05-20 03:42:36"
Huw Parkinson: I've got a rolled gold ticket
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"2018-05-19 15:48:04"
Royal Wedding: Highlights from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding ceremony
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"2018-05-19 14:16:37"
Royal Wedding: All the best reactions to Reverend Curry's royal sermon
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"2018-05-19 13:16:03"
Royal wedding: The fiery Reverend who stole the show
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"2018-05-19 08:41:00"
Photographer Bill Henson on the complex role of artists
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"2018-05-18 07:17:59"
Why the Stormy Daniels payment poses a serious risk to the Trump White House
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"2018-05-18 06:17:41"
Meet China’s social media millionaires
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"2018-05-18 04:18:38"
Royal wedding: What does Meghan Markle's addition to the royal family mean for the monarchy?
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"2018-05-18 03:02:18"
Baking Meghan Markle's royal wedding cake
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"2018-05-18 00:34:29"
Meghan Markle confirms her father won't attend Royal wedding
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"2018-05-17 20:52:57"
Spacewalking astronauts upgrade ISS cooling system
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"2018-05-17 07:38:53"
UK calls for global effort to fight slavery
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"2018-05-17 07:29:53"
Twiggy calls for tougher modern slavery laws.
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"2018-05-17 06:24:05"
Shaun White to bring 16-storey ramp to Sydney
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"2018-05-17 04:38:20"
Suspects wanted after shot fired in South Elizabeth home
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"2018-05-17 01:14:49"
Fissures shoot microwave-oven-sized 'ballistic blocks' near Kilauea Volcano
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"2018-05-16 06:06:16"
All you need to know about the royal wedding day
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"2018-05-16 05:29:32"
Anwar Ibrahim released after years in prison
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"2018-05-16 03:52:07"
Does religion promote violence?
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"2018-05-16 02:54:06"
Did the US mishandle its embassy move in Israel?
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"2018-05-16 02:31:07"
How does this royal wedding compare to others?
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"2018-05-15 06:53:01"
A monster black hole has been discovered, and it's growing very fast
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"2018-05-15 06:02:47"
Dozens killed, thousands injured in Gaza amid anger over US embassy opening
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"2018-05-15 05:20:11"
Is clean coal really clean?
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"2018-05-15 03:49:37"
Meghan Markle's father reportedly won't attend Royal wedding
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"2018-05-15 02:27:56"
Is clean coal really clean?
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"2018-05-14 20:00:00"
Building a better bee
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"2018-05-14 10:51:40"
The outback “secret” of the Central Australian Aboriginal Women’s Choir
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"2018-05-14 10:06:14"
Leigh Sales interviews Hillary Clinton
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"2018-05-14 05:00:15"
Huge fissure opens on Hawaiian volcano
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"2018-05-11 06:05:18"
Tourists copy historic North and South Korean handshake
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"2018-05-11 04:49:07"
Baby green sea turtles face incredible odds simply to survive
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"2018-05-11 02:23:49"
Hillary Clinton and Julia Gillard on women in power and weaponised fake news
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"2018-05-11 02:13:59"
The Australian writer who could be the next Nobel Prize winner
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"2018-05-11 01:11:24"
Rick Ross and the Aussie jazz player
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"2018-05-10 22:49:26"
Hobart weather: Flash flooding from record rain inundates University and CBD
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"2018-05-10 11:57:54"
Budget 2018: Bill Shorten delivers budget reply
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"2018-05-10 10:55:18"
Budget 2018: Bill Shorten promises bigger tax breaks than Coalition
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"2018-05-10 09:51:40"
Malaysia election shock: Mahathir returns
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"2018-05-10 08:39:33"
For six years this orangutan was locked in a tiny cage, now he's nearly free
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"2018-05-10 08:21:18"
Trump welcomes US prisoners released by North Korea
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"2018-05-10 08:10:49"
The problem of “short termism” in Western democracies
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"2018-05-10 07:19:43"
Malaysia's Mahathir Mohamad declares 'urgency' to be sworn in today as Prime Minister
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"2018-05-10 05:32:35"
Liquid chocolate spill leaves Polish highway a sticky mess
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"2018-05-09 08:32:30"
China, North Korea leaders stroll along the waterfront
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"2018-05-09 06:24:02"
Why is Australia's parliamentary citizenship saga so complicated?
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"2018-05-09 05:27:07"
Lava swallows car in Hawaii
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"2018-05-09 00:33:24"
Trump pulls out of 'one-sided' and 'horrible' deal with Iran
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"2018-05-08 22:02:03"
Lava danger not enough to make Hawaii man leave home
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"2018-05-08 20:48:58"
Budget 2018's winners and losers
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"2018-05-08 19:26:59"
Trump announces withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal
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"2018-05-08 11:10:20"
Budget 2018: Scott Morrison defends income tax cuts
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"2018-05-08 10:59:01"
Budget 2018: Scott Morrison delivers his third budget
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"2018-05-08 07:58:33"
Vladimir Putin's long, long, long walk to his inauguration
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"2018-05-08 06:45:03"
Hawaii resident goes home to find spewing lava in his backyard
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"2018-05-08 02:17:56"
Budget 2018 - how will it impact you?
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"2018-05-07 23:39:09"
Are Mr Men books sexist?
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"2018-05-07 22:34:57"
Hawaiian lava flows ‘faster than a turtle’
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"2018-05-07 20:51:39"
Saxon Mullins’ rape case put consent on trial
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"2018-05-07 08:13:49"
Australia's economy needs big investment in innovation, experts say
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"2018-05-07 06:27:54"
Lava destroys houses as volcano erupts in Hawaii
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"2018-05-07 05:34:44"
Fake Meat: the growth in popularity of artificial meat
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"2018-05-07 04:26:12"
Michael Morgan says Cowboys support Scott Bolton after he's charged with alleged indecent assault
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"2018-05-07 01:46:53"
NASA to test 'the heartbeat of Mars'
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"2018-05-07 01:09:39"
The Chaser star teams up with wife to pen kids’ book
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"2018-05-06 22:48:00"
Cartoonists draw on Macron's 'delicious wife' comment
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"2018-05-06 22:04:22"
Dumpster divers turn retailers’ trash into treasure
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"2018-05-06 01:43:13"
Man 'surfs' his car bonnet to escape flash floods hit Turkish capital
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"2018-05-05 05:32:26"
Why do you hate us so much? Deep diving into the drop in trust in the mainstream media
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"2018-05-05 05:12:31"
The Trump impeachment dilemma
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"2018-05-05 02:34:52"
Will a tax cut help a company lift wages if they didn't pay tax?
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"2018-05-04 22:00:01"
From bait to bite - growing a market for the humble pipi
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"2018-05-04 08:42:06"
Australia is gripped by misogyny, says author Tim Winton
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"2018-05-04 07:19:09"
Australia’s Foreign Minister warns China against militarising the South China Sea
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"2018-05-03 23:18:27"
Cricket's new coach Justin Langer opens door for ball-tampering trio
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"2018-05-03 21:36:07"
Commonwealth Bank loses details of 20 million accounts
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"2018-05-03 07:22:35"
Star Wars: What makes the theme so great?
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"2018-05-03 07:17:35"
From The Voice to the front lines of Syria
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"2018-05-03 06:21:52"
Unemployed, underemployed, underpaid: the reality for young workers
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"2018-05-03 04:29:51"
How working for free went mainstream
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"2018-05-03 02:06:31"
Company claims to have broken world record with 1,374 dancing drones
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"2018-05-03 01:28:21"
Is Australia ready for driverless cars?
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"2018-05-02 08:19:46"
The foreign fighters in Ukraine who Australia's laws won't stop
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"2018-05-02 02:22:49"
Australian peacekeeper returns to Rwanda 24 years after genocide
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"2018-05-02 02:14:22"
Pt 2: Undercover in Israel in secret operation to expose alleged paedophile principal Malka Leifer
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"2018-05-01 23:17:46"
From Neo-Nazi to militant: The foreign fighters in Ukraine who Australia's laws won't stop
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"2018-05-01 10:06:20"
Tangalooma security wrongly told family to leave public beach
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"2018-05-01 06:17:15"
Dubai company dreams of lightning fast travel inside a pipe
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"2018-05-01 04:51:32"
Can Music Save South Sudan? | Foreign Correspondent
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"2018-05-01 03:55:53"
Pub Choir: Singing with strangers
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"2018-05-01 00:38:15"
Simon Baker's challenge adapting Tim Winton's "Breath" to film
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"2018-04-30 20:00:00"
Growing the perfect wine for Australian oysters, in Australia
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"2018-04-30 10:30:00"
Pt 2: Undercover in Israel in secret operation to expose alleged paedophile principal Malka Leifer
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"2018-04-30 06:51:24"
The race to riches for Australia’s new marijuana moguls.
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"2018-04-30 04:44:01"
China opens world's biggest film studios
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"2018-04-30 04:21:32"
Normie Rowe still haunted by war
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"2018-04-29 04:26:58"
Key crossbench senator not convinced on company tax cuts
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"2018-04-29 00:14:48"
Government pledges $500m to preserve Great Barrier Reef
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"2018-04-28 01:28:27"
iRony, a teenager's animated film, takes world by storm
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"2018-04-28 00:49:13"
South and North Korean leaders plant tree for peace
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"2018-04-27 22:00:03"
What happens when you feed camp hands with fine dining?
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"2018-04-27 01:02:34"
Kim Jong-un crosses border into South Korea for historic peace talks
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"2018-04-26 23:47:19"
Chinese personal shopping a $1bn industry
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"2018-04-26 21:11:29"
Homeowners brought to their knees over lending practices
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"2018-04-26 03:24:48"
High-stakes North Korea talks
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"2018-04-26 02:10:57"
War widows: The wives and families left behind
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"2018-04-26 00:58:29"
Elvis tribute performer Mark Anthony wants to bring the King to younger audiences
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"2018-04-25 22:08:13"
Australia from Donald Trump's perspective is a 'second rate ally'
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"2018-04-24 03:01:12"
Was the Government too slow to act on the banking industry?
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"2018-04-24 02:07:24"
How mountain biking helped save a tiny Tasmanian town
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"2018-04-23 20:00:02"
Regrowing a link to our convict past
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"2018-04-23 16:30:56"
Watch ABC News Live
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"2018-04-23 10:46:12"
Inside the insular Jewish community where school headmistress Malka Leifer allegedly preyed on girls
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"2018-04-23 09:12:31"
Tassie Hero Dirt
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"2018-04-23 04:59:22"
Watch ABC News Live
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"2018-04-23 03:07:40"
Winemakers cashing in on vegan 'revolution'
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"2018-04-23 01:32:43"
Kelly O'Dwyer won't concede Government was wrong on delaying banking royal commission
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"2018-04-23 00:09:26"
NASA's planet-hunting spacecraft looks for habitable worlds
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"2018-04-22 23:41:06"
Queensland's idyllic islands sitting in ruins
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"2018-04-22 23:26:31"
Should Anzac Day marches continue? (1965)
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"2018-04-22 20:29:37"
Diggers' century-old graffiti found in Naours underground city
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"2018-04-22 02:40:38"
Freestyle scootering reaches new heights in popularity
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"2018-04-22 01:27:11"
Circus invites kids to see the world through the eyes of someone with Asberger's syndrome
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"2018-04-21 23:11:22"
North Korea halts nuclear and missile tests
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"2018-04-20 22:00:00"
Turning "worthless" suburban land into a market garden
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"2018-04-20 09:36:16"
Why do countries with more gender equality have less women in STEM?
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"2018-04-20 09:04:05"
Could legal marijuana help solve America’s addiction to opioids?
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"2018-04-20 08:22:34"
America’s most popular First Lady?
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"2018-04-20 05:36:03"
Hans Asperger 'actively cooperated with Nazi child euthanasia program'
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"2018-04-19 09:56:42"
'Don't say anything, don't move': James Comey on Trump's request for loyalty
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"2018-04-19 08:03:32"
Fashion turns away from real fur. But is fake fur just as bad?
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"2018-04-19 07:13:17"
Cuba nominates first non-Castro president in nearly 60 years
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"2018-04-19 03:07:21"
Terri Irwin invites everyone to the unveiling of Steve's Hollywood star
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"2018-04-18 22:16:27"
The town fighting back against the scourge of ice
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"2018-04-18 21:43:36"
'Basic philosophy of ripping off the customer': AMP under fire over fee-for-no-service
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"2018-04-18 05:44:40"
Meet Australia's oldest surf life saver
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"2018-04-18 04:16:48"
Barbara Bush, former US first lady, dies aged 92
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"2018-04-18 03:24:20"
How to name a cyclone | Weird Weather
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"2018-04-17 09:49:37"
Russia blamed for major cyber attacks
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"2018-04-17 08:45:14"
ABC News - Know the Story
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"2018-04-17 07:50:52"
We know women get paid less than men, but why?
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"2018-04-17 07:27:56"
Before Watergate, there was the Teapot Dome scandal
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"2018-04-16 23:26:35"
Greens push to legalise marijuana as 'war on drugs fails'
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"2018-04-16 22:51:16"
Greta Bradman inherits love of music from grandfather Sir Donald Bradman
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"2018-04-16 22:03:36"
A recycling system in crisis as China bans imports
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"2018-04-16 20:00:04"
Oiling the way between India and the Riverina
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"2018-04-16 10:01:08"
Dear Melanoma: How one mole changed Emma Betts’ life
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"2018-04-16 06:29:45"
China's new mega bridge from Hong Kong to Macau is about to open
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"2018-04-16 05:20:26"
Talking pictures: The Prime Minister's dreaded 30 negative Newspolls
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"2018-04-14 22:00:02"
Fake news, scam wellness blogs, and sham studies – how to tell if something is really science.
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"2018-04-14 01:54:35"
Trump's statement on Syria air strikes in full
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"2018-04-13 23:00:02"
When your outback gap year photos make you Instafamous
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"2018-04-13 05:14:19"
What is the future of privacy?
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"2018-04-13 02:25:31"
Sammy J does the NBN Rollout
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"2018-04-12 22:43:08"
Freediver Dmitriy Ross's death raises concerns about sport's safety
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"2018-04-12 22:22:57"
New way to hear black holes colliding across the universe
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"2018-04-12 22:01:32"
Wendy Mitchell navigates the fog of Alzheimer's
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"2018-04-12 21:50:19"
White South African farmers say they're living in fear
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"2018-04-12 07:11:14"
The Road Back Home - Jane Edmanson: Mildura, VIC
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"2018-04-12 03:07:35"
Kylie Minogue sick of people asking about her age
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"2018-04-12 00:12:15"
Missy Higgins' latest album reflects her new-found sense of responsibility
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"2018-04-11 22:15:51"
How much data does Facebook have on you?
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"2018-04-11 06:11:56"
Facebook in 'arms race' with Russia, says Mark Zuckerberg
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"2018-04-10 09:32:32"
I'm a 'bit of a stray dog, a bit feral' says actor Bryan Cranston
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"2018-04-10 03:26:15"
The Best Bits from ABC Wild Oz 2018
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"2018-04-09 21:00:02"
Helping fight the war on waste, straight from the farm
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"2018-04-09 10:30:01"
How former commando Mick Bainbridge is standing up for Australian veterans
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"2018-04-09 04:18:34"
How did the 1918 flu pandemic start and could we have another one?
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"2018-04-09 02:25:25"
Turnbull vs Turnbull - 30 Newspolls later
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"2018-04-09 02:02:22"
What's a ghost marriage?
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"2018-04-07 23:03:05"
Turnbullnator 30: Judgement Day
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"2018-04-06 21:00:04"
Finding a farming edge with ... tulips?
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"2018-04-06 09:18:27"
Why are child brides still legal in the United States?
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"2018-04-05 21:01:13"
'Cheers Mick': Fanning exits the surfing world with a proud legacy
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"2018-04-05 09:39:04"
US and China hit each other where it hurts
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"2018-04-05 08:24:12"
Martin Luther King Jr honoured on 50th anniversary of assassination
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"2018-04-04 02:46:52"
Melbourne police captured on CCTV taking down disability pensioner
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"2018-04-03 08:42:47"
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies aged 81
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"2018-04-01 21:00:00"
Wheelchair access in Parliament is a big problem for Senator Steele-John
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"2018-04-01 20:00:02"
Finding a bounty in the humble coconut
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"2018-03-29 10:21:44"
Steve Smith breaks down during ball tampering press conference
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"2018-03-28 23:22:55"
Could Donald Trump pull off a deal with North Korea?
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"2018-03-28 12:27:01"
Cricket Australia confident only three players knew about ball tampering
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"2018-03-28 10:18:39"
Egyptians are voting in a Presidential election but the outcome is already certain
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"2018-03-28 07:00:11"
Farming snails helping support dementia sufferers
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"2018-03-28 02:52:24"
Stage set for battle after Trump reduces park significant to Native Americans
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"2018-03-27 09:55:22"
March For Our Lives rally
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"2018-03-27 08:16:42"
Swing explained
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"2018-03-27 04:26:48"
Archaeologists find 2,500-year-old mummy in 'empty' coffin
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"2018-03-27 00:20:47"
Oprah on why Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time captured the social zeitgeist
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"2018-03-26 09:07:40"
Motor neurone disease researcher Justin Yerbury’s fight to find cure
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"2018-03-26 01:37:40"
A Chinese space station is about to crash to Earth. Should you be taking cover?
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"2018-03-25 21:08:40"
China's struggle to kick its coal habit
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"2018-03-24 00:30:01"
How a bushfire can turn a cloud into a pyromaniac
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"2018-03-23 23:32:37"
'The real world isn't a spy novel'
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"2018-03-23 23:18:22"
Donald Trump wants the death penalty for drug dealers
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"2018-03-23 23:13:05"
Could Trump win a second term?
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"2018-03-23 11:00:05"
Ban Ki-moon talks Korea reunification and the failings of the United Nations
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"2018-03-23 07:36:20"
Why is a South African issue sparking debates in Australia?
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"2018-03-23 06:14:13"
The beginning of the end for cigarettes?
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"2018-03-23 05:42:58"
Meet MBS … the Donald Trump of Saudi Arabia
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"2018-03-23 03:57:12"
The beautiful, weird and frustrating world of Guantanamo Bay
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"2018-03-23 00:48:54"
How to tell the time using a thunderstorm
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"2018-03-23 00:13:48"
Inside the AFLW: The women punishing their bodies for sporting glory
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"2018-03-22 23:00:08"
How to name a cyclone after your ex
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"2018-03-22 21:59:15"
Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: Still not sure what the big deal is?
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"2018-03-22 08:42:07"
Cate Blanchett ‘bewildered’ by silence on Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis
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"2018-03-22 07:03:10"
How storms from space help break your phone
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"2018-03-22 01:44:19"
Does Cambridge Analytica have an Australian head office? Well yes ... and no.
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"2018-03-22 00:06:23"
Islamic State - far from defeated and 'biding its time'
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"2018-03-21 09:57:36"
Police officer charged over Justine Damond's death
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"2018-03-21 07:27:48"
Why rain needs to get dirty to get down
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"2018-03-20 09:55:08"
Russian nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal 'insanely dangerous'
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"2018-03-20 08:25:41"
Facebook and targeted election adverts
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"2018-03-19 23:00:02"
Fierce Girls: Ronni Kahn, the foodie Robin Hood
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"2018-03-19 09:37:48"
Margot Robbie on the transition from Neighbours to Hollywood
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"2018-03-19 09:24:44"
Bushfires ravage Tarthra, NSW
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"2018-03-19 09:03:35"
From anonymous maths teacher to maths 'rockstar': The meteoric rise of Eddie Woo
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"2018-03-19 04:51:11"
Digging into the McCabe firing
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"2018-03-17 22:59:28"
Holy By-Election Batman
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"2018-03-16 07:09:36"
Is North Korea Trump’s Nixon moment?
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"2018-03-16 07:02:56"
Republicans versus Democrats: who was right about Trump’s Tax Cuts?
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"2018-03-16 06:47:06"
Trump “capable of saying nasty things about everyone in the world … except Putin”
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"2018-03-16 06:42:30"
America’s disastrous role in a ‘colossal human tragedy
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"2018-03-15 23:00:00"
Fierce Girls: Cathy Freeman's Olympic dream
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"2018-03-15 21:32:04"
Why is former Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamed destroying the party he led?
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"2018-03-15 02:51:58"
Artist Ai Weiwei on China’s political influence in Australia
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"2018-03-15 02:20:47"
Tim Winton laments the power of toxic masculinity on young men
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"2018-03-13 20:17:23"
James Blunt on mean tweets, online rumours and his music
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"2018-03-13 03:28:52"
Father facing jail for treating his seriously ill daughters with cannabis juice
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"2018-03-13 02:27:07"
Jordan Peterson on taking responsibility for your life
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"2018-03-12 23:00:02"
Fierce Girls: Jessica Watson, around-the-world adventurer
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"2018-03-12 21:24:28"
The Indian coal miner and the inner-Melbourne seat (not the superhero)
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"2018-03-11 18:00:01"
Is Australia ready for a population explosion?
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"2018-03-09 23:00:02"
Fierce Girls: Nancy Wake, the 'white mouse'
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"2018-03-09 08:34:38"
The winners and losers in Trump's import tariffs
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"2018-03-08 06:43:37"
Fierce Girls: Louise Sauvage, the speed demon
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"2018-03-06 21:59:48"
Australia's eSafety Commissioner shares how she keeps her kids safe online
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"2018-03-06 08:50:20"
The DIY cervical cancer screening alternative to pap smears
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"2018-03-05 13:12:03"
Watch ABC News Live
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"2018-03-05 04:16:20"
Planet America: Indefinite detention under Trump
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"2018-03-05 01:59:08"
Who's afraid of the NRA?
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"2018-03-05 01:27:09"
Immigration expert warns 'we're heading towards a police state under President Trump'
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"2018-03-04 20:38:24"
Is social media bringing us together or tearing us apart?
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"2018-03-03 18:30:00"
The 'Invisible Farmer' who saved the family farm
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"2018-03-02 18:30:01"
Aussie seeds in the Global Seed Vault
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"2018-03-02 07:15:03"
Marshall Islands from above - Foreign Correspondent
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"2018-03-01 05:58:07"
Courtney Act on changing the world through conversation
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"2018-02-28 08:44:52"
Airbag recall: Millions of Australians ordered to have deadly defects removed from cars
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"2018-02-26 02:54:10"
Flying amongst glaciers and Icebergs - Greenland drone footage
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"2018-02-23 09:24:14"
How likely are you to be killed by a gun in America?
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"2018-02-23 09:20:12"
Who was the most inept and corrupt president in American history?
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"2018-02-23 09:17:01"
Info wars: Russia v America
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"2018-02-23 06:23:18"
Barnaby Joyce resigns as Nationals leader, Deputy PM
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"2018-02-23 04:59:54"
Is the world better than ever before? Steven Pinker thinks so
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"2018-02-23 00:52:30"
Vance Joy performs and chats Riptide and creating his new album
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"2018-02-22 10:00:53"
Inside the Syrian city of Raqqa after Islamic State's fall
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"2018-02-22 03:35:47"
Raqqa - the city of Ghosts
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"2018-02-21 02:53:29"
Manal al-Sharif on defying Saudi Arabia's driving ban
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"2018-02-19 12:18:00"
Q&A: Shareena Clanton says Indigenous people want to be "the author of our own destinies"
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"2018-02-18 04:26:38"
The libertarian gun-rights supporter whose family was caught up in a mass shooting
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"2018-02-18 04:19:37"
Trade deficit reality starts to bite for Trump
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"2018-02-18 04:02:07"
Why are you more likely to die giving birth in America than Uruguay, Kazakhstan and Libya?
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"2018-02-17 22:25:56"
Political Survivor: Outwit, Outplay, Outlast
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"2018-02-16 02:46:24"
Local pride is on the line at the Bream Creek Show lawnmower race
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"2018-02-16 02:12:13"
The Road Back Home - Felicity Urquart: Tamworth, NSW
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The Road Back Home - Mark Willacy: Jondaryan, QLD
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The Road Back Home - Charlie King: Alice Springs, NT
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The Road Back Home - Sean Murphy: Rottnest Island, WA
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The Road Back Home - Barrie Cassidy: Chiltern, NSW
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The Road Back Home - Brooke Boney: Muswellbrook, NSW
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"2018-02-16 01:51:26"
Turnbull and Joyce trade barbs over Deputy's extramarital affair
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"2018-02-16 00:52:10"
The Road Back Home - Daniel Browning: Fingal, NSW
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"2018-02-15 23:01:07"
Gun ownership in America: What do the stats say?
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14 ways to avoid bad luck at Lunar New Year
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Is Malcolm Turnbull weak on China?
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"2018-02-12 06:12:54"
Should politics and sport ever mix?
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"2018-02-10 02:11:47"
More than 1.5 million citizens from voting
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"2018-02-10 01:58:23"
The death penalty in America. On the way out?
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"2018-02-10 00:54:03"
Watergate whistle-blower John Dean's advice for Donald Trump
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"2018-02-10 00:20:01"
Heatwaves explained
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"2018-02-09 02:58:32"
Apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples (2008)
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"2018-02-07 19:51:26"
Noam Chomsky on the rise of Donald Trump and the Doomsday Clock
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"2018-02-07 05:48:25"
'Mum dropped me off and never came back' says tearful MP
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"2018-02-06 06:58:43"
Catching the world’s most wanted money launderer
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"2018-02-05 09:30:01"
Inside Tony Abbott's sister Christine Forster's same-sex marriage to partner Virginia Flitcroft
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"2018-02-04 20:03:43"
Margot Robbie discusses her new film I, Tonya and the #metoo campaign
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"2018-02-03 04:09:35"
How much credit should Trump get for the economy?
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"2018-02-01 08:14:37"
Is the US at risk of losing its global dominance?
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"2018-02-01 07:16:55"
Is the US at risk of losing its global dominance?
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"2018-01-29 09:30:01"
The land of ice embracing climate change
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"2018-01-25 10:05:08"
NSW Physics professor Michelle Yvonne Simmons named 2018 Australian of the Year
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"2018-01-23 01:47:05"
Antifa: The hard left's call to arms
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"2018-01-22 09:30:01"
Returning these babies to their jungle home
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Being gay in deeply conservative China
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"2018-01-17 01:36:21"
Singer Sam Smith on his music and being a gay man in 2018
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"2018-01-11 12:18:54"
Watch ABC News Live
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Clydesdale enthusiasts' bid to attract young blood
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Hanks, Streep and Spielberg say the free press is 'under fire'
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360°: Climb aboard at the Canowindra challenge
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360°: Flying in a Tiger Moth on the South Australian coast
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Making television in remote Australia
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"2017-12-27 02:00:01"
Wool and the rise of 'single origin' clothing
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Lady Florence Bjelke-Petersen dies at 97
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What is MYEFO and why should you care?
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Recovering from an earthquake: How aid helps local communities in Nepal rebuild
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2017 in review - ABC News
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The legacy of the war with ISIS in Syria
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Harry Potter and the Creaky Cabinet
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This guy built a skate ramp in his backyard (1977)
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Do men look good in a string bikini? (1977)
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Why the US Government thinks spying on Americans without a warrant is OK
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How easy was it to buy a gun in Victoria? (1977)
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The paperless newspaper of the future (1995)
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Mark Hamill on why he returned to Star Wars
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What did kids do on school holidays in the 60s? (1967)
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Value adding with pulses keeps the family farm viable
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From refugee to world-class surgeon
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Brainwashed: A father's struggle with losing a daughter to a cult
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Paul McCartney appears on Countdown (1980)
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Finishing school for executives' wives (1971)
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Raising successful working dogs (1982)
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What's it like being a neighbour of Australia's Big Prawn? (1991)
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Why is Trump channeling one of the most racist US presidents of all time?
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Same-sex marriage bill passes
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Rupert Murdoch on media monopolies (1967)
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NASA's early Australian astronaut (1969)
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Flashback to The Factory with Alex Papps and Andrew Daddo (1987)
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ABC News: Know the story
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Should the bikini be banned? (1961)
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MP proposes in the Parliament after same-sex marriage bill introduced
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Sacked Sam Dastyari's emotional statement to the Senate
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Prime Minister announces Banking royal commission
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"Let there be a thousand blossoms bloom!" Bob Katter on same-sex marriage
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Why America’s plan to curtail North Korea isn’t working
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Going to the dogs, for all the right reasons
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This concrete dome holds a leaking toxic timebomb
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Would cyberattacks be likely in a US-North Korea conflict?
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Why is American healthcare so expensive?
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Dear Matafele Peinam: UN Climate Summit poem
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Justine Damond Ruszczyk: Why was an Australian woman shot dead by police in Minneapolis?
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Is this Desmondo Ray? The origins of an Internet sensation.
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Has assisted dying been a legal slippery slope overseas?
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Same-sex marriage: Senator tells Parliament "don't underestimate the Australian people".
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Marriage survey shows record high participation
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Yayoi Kusama's amazing journey from post-war japan to social media darling
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Robert Mapplethorpe: sex, portraits and flowers
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Sustainable wild salmon? No, let's just use it for bait
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Has political correctness gone too far?
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Sydney’s Sirius building and the Brutalism debate
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So you've bought a pair of Nikes, but where does the money go?
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The controversial art and lifestyle of Donald Friend
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The questionable ethics of the true crime podcast
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Alison Campbell’s symphony of support
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"2017-11-03 07:47:43"
Furious Turnbull decries citizenship 'witch hunt'
\\now I just want to say something about Josh Freudenberg Josh Roddenberry's mother Erica Strauss was born in 1943 in the Budapest geta that's where the fascist to push all the Jews in together as a prelude to sending them to the gas chamber she wasn't a Hungarian citizen when she was born not the way her parents you know why the Hon Gary in fascist government allied with Hitler stripped Jews of all of their rights the right to citizenship and the right to life the family fled hungry the end of the wall it's a miracle I want killed a sigh many of their relatives were 3 quarters of all the Jews in Hungary were murdered in the Holocaust and the prelude to murdering the most depriving them of their citizenship rendering them subhumans in the eyes of the fascists and the Nazis I I wish but those who make these allegations about Josh Freudenberg think a little data about the history of the Holocaust so Erica Strauss kind to Australia as a stateless person she had no citizenship a kind of Australia a kind of a strident citizen and she is Josh's mother has this witch hunt become so I observed that people are seriously claiming that Josh Freudenberg is the citizen of a country which stripped his mother and her family of their citizenship and would have pushed them into the gas chambers had it not been but the war was ended before they had time to do so //
"2017-11-02 14:30:02"
Why women are underrepresented in Music
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"2017-10-31 19:00:03"
Women's Work episode 11
\\occupied the diet one woman awake is committed to Estrada that's not a good story was it the people think that the lower rounds I videos and protection on nothing to them we have the right to stop asking these questions of a sales what accepted for us it's gonna have allowed us to be the best moms based systems the best Satie's grandmothers the best women that we can possibly as of us became my love story now around ... a cutting against violence and does sexual abuse in our communities and in the water community and I will have the right to be but we need to cite loudly and clearly 20 I was born in Brisbane people would trust it to care for me and at some point you know that was broken Thomas 16 I was out of it so coming into referencing ever tell people hold up and straightens having jobs running the housing companies running the medical centers and running the legal service was really good thing for me it's possible that didn't have not have to hear another like it we don't I lived on the block about I use it's only do 3 different houses and you know I was my introduction to it education from a sale little buddy boy who's a little bit getting a bit sleepy I have 6 children I have 25 grandchildren filled such an abundance of love that in look slightly with a lass that old people in the only our community wise Montel in Gordon ... look like such several members the president has a project officer she told you about my mother divisiveness or advocating the cake with national just for one month from the streets some of them I hear I think some of them can say well the young resume on still in the office here cut cut Paloma so much and I know my sisters do in and my brother and I'm yeah what she does for the community and national treats people with some that we try and pop and I can family hello now women how streets now violence we've had a 20 percent increase from last year that women accessing lawsuit was he needs because my mom very passion about what she does and I should be going for a very long time and I don't see it stopping people die for me is this one isn't fun Cincinnati is open to talking to share a little bit about Alice Springs it's it's around and networking getting people on that power interested in them joins up my back and just might have the buying is just it's wonderful hobby Adam west in Sydney I a lot of magic aboriginal women who healthy families to give me the whole not funny I we don't say the word trauma but we actually now that certain things ... ... really fractured in that community byline means insist woman you know what and most people are looking for something that's my business in their life it I am in despair so relax I think it's right that thinks he can come throughout Jews I great because ... we have a lot of people in community that that that having passing issues and that you can talk about them or so and we'll talk about women's rights a lot of trauma guys on in this community and I we need to let the young women are the like just don't stand full anaconda nonsense kids get to see Elvis in a proactive I'm not in any sitting in the former time in the chair onion any who's actually helping mycnn bath like you've asked community she does want to see right things happen for a a paper just as much as 0 by by would like to see happen money shines Phillips psalm the CEO of the tribal warrior association which is a charity red food look in the maritime industry we also have a mentoring program and we push a really rigid curtailment discipline thing by throat culture society family as a young man myself I was the perpetrator Collins I was angry and I thought I was lot of had I known that having a conversation in leveraging community ... studies about we manage to do it Dixie played a role not I never would have thought that ... I would have to go ahead and have the I have these do not my eyes and yawned with men about violence she was Asian to sort of not talk about keeping on the right but it was all talking about it Ospina Kevin's I'm lost these conversations of will have will continue to have they never gonna stop ethical story like I do something talking to the web lets come up with this thank I come from a strong and I'm praesent I watch my handle this in the wrong relationships and marriages and I really take a good strong wall and I'm proud to be part of that who will cry just about a title belt and you know there are a lot more ever June on a virtual assistance was side note we deserve safety which is a blob we deserve everything that this country has to offer we deserve it //
"2017-10-31 06:01:32"
The Battle of Beersheba; the Light Horsemen's daring WWI cavalry charge
\\2 years after the disaster of completely in 1915 the British imperial forces that guide momentum against the Turks and their advance now rested on breaking the Ottoman Empire script 1 of 42 kilometer stretch of road trenches and Bob weir running from B. Sheba in what is now known as Israel to the fortress of Gaza on the coast not hitting Gaza directly twice before had failed killing 10000 allied soldiers so by October an elaborate plan had been hatched to take the B. Sheba and instead involving more than 60000 troops 15000 desert mounted corps adds the anzac mounted units from dole until late afternoon horse mounted units at age did but none had got much closer than about 2 kilometers from the city limits time was running out and bite 0 metal forces forming a slight is 12 fourth Lockport's regiments toward mainly from New South Wales and Victoria worked out to make up for galloping at high speed volleys of every client Swabians Lippia I've lost a lot of tickets defensins stretches nearly one Hoffman latest wide why don't the hits of stunned Turkish soldiers 3 meters below we could see the horses jumping the trenches dust everywhere Australians and stormed through with only had hill by admits to defend themselves the waffles slowly backs were considered useless Farid when riding at such speed once over the truth is still had to climb out of the saddle and engage in ground fighting the Turks almost 14 were killed before the rest so winded limit talked that night BC but with it water wheels right lines and weaponry was under British control hundreds of Turkish soldiers have been killed 1100 taken prisoner against the loss of 31 astride the in laws for a nation stung by heavy casualties in the weekly adult twist in front stunning charge like most would be Sheba stop Miller TrainLink they plucky traits of boldness courage and ingenuity fed that emerging a strain in the character that the young nation was latching onto still in jewels today //
"2017-10-31 04:22:12"
How horror movies are saving the box office
\\I am Jacinda also tonight on the field to a talking film and Hara while Hollywood continues to put the big box into comic book franchise movies this another genre that's crept up on the box office in recent years NMRA movies like conjuring series of my profession the costs that are usually successful with audiences now and in the even lower budget in the world in America and beyond films like get out a guy story and roll show I have to make is rediscovering horror tribes to talk about whatever issues and things joining me to discuss some of these films are cake jinx program director golden age cinema at all except volubilis producer in high school like slightly because and I thought a good place to start is with the new White House polarizing for a drama by Darren Aronofsky starring Jennifer Lawrence Havea thought Dave let's start from the title for a single mother which I found that I think you pronouncing it right mother thought do you think he sees is that even an allegory about motherhood I wasn't sure that it was a good thing it's a much about motherhood as such I think it's you know mother ... languishing gaudy on mother nature some of the ... Jennifer Lawrence is the eternal god and yeah Wilson mother in that really essentialist view of women as being nurtures we spend all our time here someone in the paradise should we get realistic she breathed life everyone actually Jennifer Lawrence's character ease hot not too celebrity or thought yeah Hollis Paul at that which is kind of the bizarre you know but okay so he's the celebrity poet who has these huge following and she's there helping him mother into the world he's gonna creationists vice because he's battling ... rightist block but then the whole point of the film is that becomes these really bleak for trial of this dysfunctional relationship in which she is ignored by the synopsis the command and he becomes more and more for the famous and successful becomes this waking favorite dream very surrealistic from me it completely falls apart comes this the stick spectacle giving so I was surprised when I can repeat the incident you really like that I didn't I really liked it ... is what this means I'm really really glad I saw it in the cinema and I'm glad that I saw it with a logical audience ... I felt like I was really yet getting the energy of the crowd ... and they were hating it I will say however that not really in there I know what that was like you could feel in the room what's redeeming about it because I mean you can see what people had it right because in many cities yeah it was an intriguing film I really wanted to work it out while I was watching it and I don't know if that happens that often yeah this in my you know ... the narrative kind of goes no way you left thinking in is an allegory for mankind and ... somewhere ruining the world's and destruction or is it like a femme all kind of simple religious fable I enjoy kind of unpacking all of that watching the film and I'm truly didn't know what was going to happen please go right hello club the first act of begins really promisingly drive is that Harrison is Michelle 5 yes other couple that arrive at their home and it's likely sick Polanski each city totally very.drawn I found a really effective ... I felt if I look at what you said like a waking nightmare type thing waits overwhelming like a nightmare you're kind of stuck in this passive role we caught do anything but everything's happening around you things happening to you but also to me it felt stupid like a nightmare like really kind of nonsensical 80 points like when you wake up and you tell someone about him jaman Alex shot ... like we know anybody that I know we kids event decent during our Aronofsky derided direct apparently writing one got to get things ready session there yeah 5 days or something and he and Jennifer Lawrence fell in love on the set of these I thought since Lawrence lazily socially film that saying you know creative man I'm gonna treat you bad when narcissistic with terrible look what we do and how would have run a mile each other said if it was playing the thrall I think kind of struggling at the box office but ... the big film that is not struggling at all it is just a great guns he's eat the Stephen King rain like Georgie but it's an adaptation that had already been made for the small screen in the early nineties what do you make of it yeah I mean like I haven't re watched the original sins as a kid and it terrified me night band that I'm I really enjoyed sinews tell what happens when another George it was or what it definitely is not a perfect heart failure by any stretch I have a lot of problems with the physically the way there female character is portrayed she was this kind of false she'd go he didn't need the boys to say I had this intense interest kind a damsel in distress anyway you know and so I put those sort of issues but I thought it I I actually quite scary really yeah I might sound with 16 year old nephews to say it and I think a really embarrassing so I kept a white lady saying you like your tie in fields like yeah I'm fine ... but I think I was the one who is not a case it was actually quite scary I do love it so much I thought was really success was looking goodies revert because I loved it he's I think bin Wahad drops the F. bomb as good as Samuel Jackson he's that then you've got I've it's interesting that there is that stranger things kind of ... yeah link with via hinges well because it's kind of have seen the moment that we had a business is now so he's does he like strange things on the big screen yeah business watchers like this to be the best way for like a 14 year old sleepover party because the scariest day condos I found them to be lobbied the land by think when you're 14 that's we wanna see just like these kind of crazy effects that doing something really surreal but that is coming up on a cloudy night shifting NYC shapeshifting clown who lives in this so I got scared because fees I mean I found in the regional ... TV adaptation wasn't more can't quality yeah performance which I found creek yeah given that the letter for that's going on for years about this town this is nowhere in this epidemic of child abuse and so forth yeah I mean that's actually what this thing's about I found that was less effective leaks about ticket item a lot of power is working Hollywood at the box office now because Howard is the issue sort of genre that delivers the kind of thrilling experience you know if people staying at home especially for the American product to watch the drama at home in the serious stuff in exhibit is a try to lure people in in great numbers to be thrilled and I think that's why Horace working quite well and it's wife small of indie films that kind of now using horror tripe something like get out a ghost story it comes at night which was the scene a survivalist metaphor about a post apocalyptic America with Japan challenge was and I was not fun yeah I really like my favorite horror film this year it was raw online go rent and that team noble feminist film I no longer use and that's a lot of allegories in bed but it didn't feel as close say a film like there was some us to where that's what I want that's what I wanted to live and I want you to behind my yeah between the film as well it wasn't really a mean of newbies here you know from an outside was that one of them off now so yeah because yeah what was your favorite artist on this I absolutely loved it out to me I think it's the most important film of the year today known black should I mean my wanna you know mom and dad my by boyfriend will be coming up this weekend so I you know we shot but he's a black man I love horror comedy more than anything and I think that maybe doesn't really delicate way when neither of crisis on the other it's just ultimately means of relieving and I think that's what's so successful about and hopefully we see more hardcore before but also the conceit had me guessing right up until you know 2 thirds of the way through I'm going what is it about this white family and this case is guess who's coming to dinner kind of premise with his with his black characters fish out of water is very white context they this of the liberals examining however US stock to show you displays really seen a star on the current is I think that is a really successful use of like building the metaphor out into something yeah grounded in the real world as well anyway we are in agreement that there is a call for a new label for the stones placed far out or we thinking that it's tightly on this is her I think I have anything very highest anything is pretty unnecessary was still living in it still living in a world that can experience Hara yet and also think hers ways being about all the stuff yeah it's a broad genre and you mentioned that you know people are buying time watching these kinda heavy dramas and it's so great to go to a cinema and truly be skit ... and feeling the anxiety builds and feeling on the page and join collectively yeah yeah that's sort of the joy of far off from a well I think one thing's for sure gonna get a lot more Hara coming down the pike from America west in Europe other possible arm such happy times if you wanna be skated I do want to be scared so I hung //
"2017-10-31 02:37:03"
Is blackface on Australian TV really that bad?
\\hi I was in for a day and this week on the filter out what's okay diversity in the ox we say what a punched him in the face what love 3007 thing and it really is still having pretty regular black eyes controversies if we're talking about the issue of black face and stranding TV in particular you conquer possibly characters created by writer and actor specifically owner from Tonga who first appeared on a screen somehow outside back in 2008 again in the 2014 spin off series which was pulled from the ceilings married TV last month that the pitch waiting negative stereotype disease stop mouse smile that has released even more controversial African American rap it smells really got into hot water in July when he shared a music video on Instagram featuring it smells bad coincidently and unintentionally according to lily contains parallels with death of indigenous calgel retain Najah Elijah Dodi joining me the discussion today his performance artist and activist can derail and Chaz which Adela from which I saw so I'm just wondering ... your guises perspectives on Chris Lewis kind of humor is it from a different era is it fair for married TV to block all wheel being a little bit too sensitive what he think well I must say when when its massive particular first time out I thought to myself but the rules have changed a bit thinketh about you get cut biggest I thought many more but nothing bothered by that time those little bit country it was not long ago I does nothing 12 yeah my wrist no one ever Dundee she did and that's why I made my impacts no say in but my view of this kind of thing is that there's nothing object it's if it is all subjective business thing is in my view objectively racist it's what some people find rice and you just need to take is irrational appeals feelings and the Confederate out those kinds of things you know over time that would challenge ultimately chimes in different contexts no charge difficulties that will change and but Twain site so what was ever comes rice's deny thing aren't you is very different to what rice it's been 27 Tyler and somewhat surprised that what we gotta what personally go why with in 2012 him on the P. I. Gail I would 20 something way as a comedian affiliates this is N. B. skill to taking the temperature of society sign walk like going I would I would explode Haitian exactly yeah we think and so I unequivocally disagree with everything he yeah ... of because you're saying that there wasn't that much rule or about in 2002 about Chris nearly that's not you actually ... lots of people of color riding about how upset they were that his character out of this comedian was using black face ... and yet no one was giving ed so those grievances on in mainstream media so plus the seemingly no one was making a fuss lots of people making a fuss I'm and you talk about like things that a racist now that we know what in the pause I don't agree with that either because no one 's been doing black face in America for decades and Australia is so far behind in its racial politics that they still think that there are people who are here who think it's okay to do black face and hasn't been accredited by place for a really long time in other parts of the world on the time thing I give an example myself that that 20 years ago or 30 years ago it was a vain unacceptable to have a pot shot and Italian yes by now they were gone the kids you know what it feels like it like it or not yeah integrated yeah yeah yeah lives that you you're not you're not discriminate against work right runs on you saw what you doing ends and I I do feel like I feel like I tell you image on I think has the talent that I have no clue grounds to complain about thing dealt with in a racial why I saw feel like all of the time the standards of general society ditch on the when we talk about black faces right as the crystalline example there's that quite famous 2009 skit on had Saturday with Jackson 5 impersonation Harry Connick junior famously gave a 0 to 10 take the Jackson 5 then subtract this 5 penknife has complete before that you guys did Europe and we yeah we didn to dom beyond like I'm not making excuses we're doing I saw Harry Jackson 5 of those like ID say I'll pay thing free elections yeah and yeah and so yeah and we we were black folks there is no other way to describe and at the time the thing that could mean that was an issue as though it is neither Arab low back it'll then I have another compliance there was no defined goals are with the assertion that he was around we got nothing and then in the catalyst and then later on up I had said I think I sort back again for hello I'm gone yeah yeah yeah hadn't been aware of it and it's one of things where like it's not the one we got out it was always terrible that is a certain done and I'm not making excuses I'm just on a sign that they that that's if I had my time again we absolutely would not have done that nobody knows gave them of controversy we get hello congeners yeah but just because it obviously offended people honest that's wrong and you think that if that's gets had come out today given the ikana change in farm that we told him that would have been a lot more common trees a lot like I don't know why I after checking the Jackson 5 think I'm good good the honesty the Jackson 5 thing on had said I was was identical to what we did yeah right like it it's it was just a year while I got lucky the known brings that up well yeah well yes and knowing that I'm happy to honor because I because I'm like it wasn't a grisly out I'm not going to recant on my on my on what we've done I just think that you just need to you just need to be responsible on what you've done and then move on a bit better I think I'm a mission in your view on this I think one of the reasons why people it's not by no means the only was but one of the reasons why people from diverse backgrounds get quite agitated about representations the meters because how few genuine representations there I wanna go to the shows commercial breakfast television's great example like it's the white icing on the state and when we do see some of those shows that tend to play to racial characters and stereotypes and an example of that muscle months been he come they beads and yeah that's a show that you particularly ... took to have an axe to yes what what happened there well I mean it didn't all I saw in the beginning was a little little short and it's ... the Habib's walking into this property carrying and I delay which is the hookah pipe over his shoulder like a bazooka and like us are falafel but that it is laughable because this this ridiculous slate stereotype of Arabs being violent and this led them we going on in the background and it's like this Arabic music happening and they're these horrified why people and I'm just like cannot believe in this environment of Islamophobia of these anti Arab hatred that they would produce a show like this and when was the last time I saw an Arab or Lebanese posts and in the media in a positive spin like how many of us are in this nation contributing living you know working in community and what we get is this this all full all 4 shows and see I said I started a petition I'm wrote some opinion pieces for FedEx and SPS and ... and the the blowback I got was incredible right what people think that I contacted joke here on that I don't have a sense of humor and it always boil down to this idea that I don't know how the lawful myself but when you look at fever brown planet for example like I find the humor really grates and ... was the zine I love use him on because it's a really political it's really challenging it pushes people's buttons the Lockheed anyone who's not working group of people to make fun of sounds a good one if you're reading so for the first time anyone to establish a good relationship with them you say get a ticket my god I don't even try that one do the same thing yeah that's right I'm not saying my friends people like a lot about how those and blahblah that other you know I'm and pizza lake I don't want a lot of people because they're poor like house of funny why we doing that because we sit above them we can we can love of poor people like that's really all I have to admit I love pizza and I I accept that look in hindsight it has a lot of the stereotypes that we don't appreciate but for me growing up it was the first time I saw any TV show that just like had a majority casa migrant carcass of all different backgrounds at least they were riding in yeah yeah they were writing it though producing it there were guys owning it and even though they fell into the stereotype travel time time again they're also quite real it was just guys working in a delivery shop trying to do with life dealing with life races in dealing with racist cops like only experience alone migrant communities in western Sydney have were investigating a report of weed yelping noises coming from the sale on Monday balls what's in my cousin mom looks but for well I would ... ha city we're going to the bridge line I think for me just like it's not that hard to make the show look like Australia and if it doesn't look like it's really you actually have to work quite hard to make it look like a strike lease on commercial TV people in a position of authority are very represent very very small slice of the Saudi how much to my right side up to show I'm talking about ice age until one bogans was lost on me so Buginese rate like I like this I'm talking about people from all kinds of cultures anyone who isn't as it does on a polished accent yeah he's what realizing usually not like you did they never in a position of authority and like in that that to me I think would help a lot yeah because there aren't many sitcoms on the strike take a bit of the load news writers and his love prisoners of reality show and there's a lot of lot love those kinds of people in authority who could normalize different culture Wilson thanks candy thanks tries for chatting diversity in the arts //
"2017-10-30 19:30:01"
Is housing really unaffordable? Two mates share a beer and have it out
\\hi I'm Cameron on 31 of got 3 properties pull my first one at 21 and I think it's an on-again I'm 28 year old don looking as a conference in full time I know I saw how does this but it is getting more unaffordable are a lot of the time when people cytokine afford a house Austin one of my driving all countries of the I visited you know these different things that that are sort of put on hold upon my place in Melbourne is the way that community the cults are its mass Allen is this coffee in avocado makes it now you needed you different you compromise the breakfast what's stopping you all that money what hello way too expensive to afford it cow how much DNA Aletta Matt 80 grand to Stalin yeah way why ladies and then they get out of the houses prizes that we filed it hasn't all of these guys so basically if I need to have this house which in this house not because although I far from well if it's 35 minutes from the city now count as life 40 5:00 am and this move will it I don't need to go but I draw the the spice who he out it was sitting in now I put $28000 in and I've never had 20 percent oppose it fit any house ever like for me to save 20 percent oppose a wood type for about it wouldn't happen the people get scared off by things like you know I I'm mortgages and things like that but it's just a fact of life you're just not going to get the best ride in the bay steel and site for me to have to pay a little bit more with mortgages the cost of doing business and a long time ago when the bank okay is bang it and then the year you pine about 50000 loyal if you if you kind of full of putting if Tony person on the planet but your house why then should be with 0.5000000 mole may soon go down well it's not gonna guy Dan what might go down well if a guy's emerald on any pay flipping citing that now since before I bought my first house the bubble's going to burst at the end of the day if you know that and I knew going into it knowing that then you might be an educated decision and all would respect that but the fact that you see anything in $800000 in a 20 percent that means that you pay misinformed but this is also comes down to having lock you know an honest mortgage breakout Ole Ole Ole unite person at the bank and and funny and they send real side item which is thing on earth and then to the auctions when he got there they often we stand ally Willis if full 50 now only minimal and the diligence gala 6 easy people who come here are the kind of 4 house can get a house because the market is taking all of us one last did they don't really care about ... how much prize would go for the house you know and for them is not to have this investment property there's a limit of property and there's so many people willing to buy a house do you think people so sacrifice to buy a home if you really wanna Arnheim you should sacrifice whatever it takes to buy the house so if that means that yeah yeah you just aiding bisik food cooking at hime every not not going at no drinking no buying a new car no garland United concerts Nagano the footy every weekend then that's what you should do it I did the full ani of plus not a Indian how can I was trying to save a little money but in the diet like how much I said is it like a bath high when and I wouldn't actually Milan duh savings to actually going to market and buy so what's stopping you from just buying something small that you can afford right now and then might be upgrading light I want to have a family is in again house so that upon wooden house I'm the kind of person how one I spend all my savings to a small box why wouldn't freak myself out I wouldn't see my life there a rather wait for Nadia assumed to be the money so long the market for the B. applies Fitbit enjoy sideline money the market's going on yeah that's that's the problem the market has gone up soul back but that's only a problem creating that's beneficial for me that's how aboard this place was because my other unit went up longer that you stay out of the market with that image in your head yeah like it's just saying so getting favor in favor wife from you that decision that you've just talked about about wanting to movie and have a family have paid that's all the reasons why we bought out here and I haven't regretted it one by scenes and even though many of us ideas Ocala how nervous and then 100 percent I look at someone like you that you worked bloody hot you a cada than I've ever worked in my life and I think that someone like you should be out of our house when I tried to bomb office house certainly wasn't my dream Heim yeah but do you know of what my office fights because I was looking around ranting and I could walk why take away the deposit my weekly repite mints with assignments I could rant Iran's telling you how hot it is instead a telling you know this is how you do it I actually realize after how this consistency the my first house wouldn't be my dream house I'm not happy about that flag you know we leaving in our society the system we live in an on the so definitely my first house ... would be small block maybe in future if system helps I can have my dream house //
"2017-10-29 00:12:20"
Donald Trump's assault on good journalism
\\well thank you very much ... Richard and the 80 SI it's really ... an honor for me to be able to join you and give you the ... and you are sure ... and have the opportunity also I did talk about some of the challenges facing our industry both with our friends at the ABC and with many other ... colleagues and friends here in Sydney just looking through the names of some of the others who have given this lecture over the past more than 2 decades now in a couple of them are with us with us tonight ... it really reminds me of the range of ... talent and innovation that we've come to associate up with Australia now that despite everything that Richard Glover told me at dinner but did you know I've learned to contextualize that ... ... investigative reporters dynamic television personalities of the leaders of some digital start out media companies and also some of the globe straddling media enterprises that Australia's produced are we have plenty to talk about and learn from each other for the New York times ... Australia has become both the more compelling story and the more compelling market that's partly because you're also in English speaking former British colony that confronts issues like those the United States has gardens and immigration the rise of China and also the influence of some right wing populists with responses that ... maybe somewhat mercifully for you do not always resemble ours now we've also been building a team of journalists in Australia led by my colleague Damien cave a veteran of our national and international reporting staffs they're producing stories about Australia that we hope the rest of the world wants to read and also looking for new ways to connect Australians to our coverage of the United States and the rest the world unlike some of our international competitors as we think about a global strategy we're not trying to create a Hodge podge of a lot of local web sites around the world we're aiming to create a unified global report that highlights the most impactful journalism for and about in an international readership Damien and his team here on the cutting edge of that project and as members of the news media we also face a set of common challenges that don't have any easy solutions we're not yet close to seeing the end of the upheaval and the disruption of many legacy news providers both by new media and especially by tac platforms and now we're confronted with a very different kind of threat an American president and his close allies who treat reporters as enemies of the people and that was no attribution to Stalin or Mao president trump expresses aggressive hostility to all but a handful political websites or conservative television personalities who praise him and labels everything else fake news I'll talk about what I see is the silver lining in all of this we don't have all the answers but we're convinced we have some of them and convinced they can work but we should also be clear about what's going on because what's going on is an assault a political assault in a technocratic assault on good journalism and if we're gonna confronted we have to start to be clearer about what we do and why what we do matters and what they do and why it matters and how we're going to address it together start with fake news the good news is that much of a concern about fake news is to put a fine point on it fake president trumpets rising alarm ... chelating on the some of which clearly benefit turned it into a can liable real news strategy that comes directly out of the pages of or well workout some surveys to to some extent it's work fake news factually speak is a very specific and clearly identifiable thing it is a piece of content that takes the form of a news story but has little or no basis in reported fact it is created by someone fully aware of its lack of factual basis with the express purpose of going viral either to achieve some political or social purpose order earn some money for its author or boats we've all seen fake news and it is a real problem pope Francis shocks the world endorses Donald Trump for president we shared 1000000 times on Facebook wikileaks confirmed Hillary Clinton sold weapons to ISIS we shared 100000 times on Facebook those are actual examples of fake news there are a lot of other problems in the news media that have nothing to do with news being fake news stories that contain information that turns out to be inaccurate are flawed not fake news stories documenting developments or events that later get overtaken by other developments or advance do not become a fake even though they no longer fully describe the situation they were originally created to describe fake news is also not news or analysis or opinion or data that you or the president of the United States do not agree with partisan news outlets and the networks of friends and preferred providers that Facebook helps people construct for themselves and of course create a filter bubble and that bubble can simulate a full enough sampling of what's really happening in the world did people may come to regard anything else as fake but fate is not a synonym for the unfamiliar or the nonconforming fake news is a cousin of heavy spin or what kellyanne Conway one of president trump's advises it's called alternative facts but really we're all accustomed to spin press releases propaganda or dubious statements from spokespeople are not new inventions properly identified in contextualize spin is part of the regular ecosystem of the connected world from which the news in part is constructed and it's really not a cause for panic so the first big step in confronting the malady of fake news is to stop promoting the idea that news properly understood is often fake viral content fraud simply can concocted to look like news is clearly a problem one that governments conducting elections and technology platforms that allow mass sharing of content need to do more to address it is also worthy of more pro active journalistic effort to investigate and understand something we've been trying to do much more of at The New York Times but fake news is not a variation on news anymore than hacking is a variation on web browser and emphasizing that rather than acquiescing to the false notion but the news industry is riddled with fakes is a necessary step if only a first step in rebuilding public confidence in what are journalists do that is to thoroughly report contextualize and fairly present the news real high quality news not only continues to have value but has a great deal more value at a time when dominant technology platforms and the American president regularly blur fact and fiction which takes me to what my colleague Farhad minds you who is a tech columnist at the times has referred to as the frightful 5 apple Amazon Google Facebook and Microsoft they pose a different and most likely a much longer lasting change but there is also some evidence that by reaffirming the core values of good journalism there's a way for quality media to navigate this new technological order none of the tech giant's unlike the present in the United States openly aspire to emasculate the news media they are run by a very different speech techno utopians who professed to want to make the world a better place they want to connect people everywhere with the information they desire wherever it comes from with more immediacy more convenience less interference and less cost that was never possible before in recent years we've largely accepted that vision even thought of social media as a positive tool to advance democracy and adjusted to the changes it's brought to our industry sought to become savvy content providers within ecosystems these tech giants design sata mastered their algorithms develop relationships with our readers wherever they come to us and take advantage of the fact that the platform's offer new ways to connect far more consumers as close to us is queens and as far as queens one journalism that we produce they might not otherwise see and it has worked to a considerable extent where different kind of media company I nibbler faster more reader centric media company as a result but it would not be honest a claim that tech platforms has become a safe space for the times or our peers new or old partly this is the familiar issue of how to make money the dominance of Facebook and Google as platforms for advertisers has undercut the old business models that sustained print digital and broadcast media and increasingly the world of entertainment that poses an enormous in an ongoing threat to just about everyone who could not as the technology funded Ben Thompson said aggregate supply and demand as efficiently as the tech platforms do of course there is not a single traditional media company or entertainment company in the frightful 5 none can now hope to rival loom in any kind of aggregation contest yet there has been in recent months a palpable shift in thinking about the impact of Silicon Valley what had been a broad acceptance of its fourth oxy's optimization an aggregation has given way to greater skepticism healthy skepticism we've had a taste of the dystopia can come from removing most of the cost and most of the human beings from the gathering in distributing of news and information and it's better the rest of providing reams of personal data to tech giants accountable only to themselves clear Facebook's personalization algorithms and rich recommendation engine which power the Facebook news feed are enormously powerful an enormously complex they are also proprietary black boxes of coding subject only to the oversight of the company that owns it which itself quite clearly does not fully comprehend its impact on billions of people around the world hate speech and pornography are available if you wanna and also if you don't algorithms can be used not only by quality media companies but also by extremist groups advertisers of all sorts an anonymous so anonymously by traffic for secretive marketing campaigns that they may not dare put their name behind in other media identity theft has become rampant and sewer attempts by bad actors to undermine social stability and manipulate democratic elections R. T. the Russian propaganda network develop the largest following of any media company on you too over the past few years it earned recognition and special support from Google through the 2016 election until it's videos were finally more carefully scrutinized Facebook has only begun to acknowledge the impact Russian troll farms had on its platform but it is already clear that content specifically designed to foment divisions in American life had phenomenal success reaching hundreds of millions of users Google and Facebook are run by smart people and they undoubtedly have confidence that their algorithms will rise to this challenge as they've risen to others they can be overhauled to better protect privacy better screen content you don't want to see identify and band bad actors and distinguish real from fake artificial intelligence is not going away it will become a bigger part of all of our lives but a I and tech platforms are just beginning to take seriously the idea that bad content circulating on mass platforms total anonymity for its creators and have serious and Matt sorting out looks a little like what publishers and broadcasters do every day this is a conflict for the tech world tech leaders want to be in the business of monetizing the distribution of other people's contact not in the business of creating or editing it is effectively choosing good over bad they're gross depends on being ubiquitous accessible and neutral they want to be treated they do not want to be treated like middle media companies and held responsible for what their users post or their advertisers promote at the same time their ability to remain free of regulation may depend on being more discerning trustworthy and reliable it is a conflict in mission that they have plainly yet to work out there's a Canadian rock band called rush that has a song named free will rush is very popular in Silicon Valley but that's a lyric from free will that I wish people there would listen to if you choose not to decide you still have made a choice I promise not to sing that but they got it right not altogether unlike the fake news problem there's an opportunity for real news providers as tech giants grapple with this changing reality what Silicon Valley thinks of his supply what we call our journalism is not all created equal some news is a commodity but much of the news business adds value doggedly chasing stories uncovering new information diligent fact checking careful editing judgment and experience brand and reputation that algorithms cannot easily detect much less replicate to put it another way the world needs more real reporter and robots don't report we're fortunate at the New York times he controlled by a family the Sulzberger family now about to transition to its fifth generation of leadership a family believes in journalism they are not billionaires from other ventures who are investing in the news business for the first time their proprietors who have a deep conviction developed over more than 120 years that investing more than anyone else in making our corner which product distinctive we'll see the company and its readers through the inevitable ups and downs of a volatile industry and they've been right attacks on the press by the president the fake news phenomenon and the shift of eyeballs in ad dollars detect platforms are serious challenges our publisher Arthur Sulzberger junior and he Jesus for the deputy publisher in his successor have told us that we should put our boots on and jumped into action improve our product refine our tactics and cultivate a much larger audience nationally and globally then we once thought possible but they've also use this moment to reflect carefully on what has made our journalism special and asked us to Freind fresh ways to communicate those core values to our readers that means reporting harder deeper faster and wider it means using more of the proceeds from our trump bomb digital subscriptions to invest in our newsroom we're hiring at least 100 new journalists in 2017 investigative reporters in Washington videographers multimedia storytellers economics and tax experts and expanded technology team in China and a pot of enterprise reporters in Europe and we've been expanding bureaus in growth areas for us like here in Sydney in Toronto and London and back home in California we've learned some important lessons about ourselves and our product as we delve into some new areas about 18 months ago as we and many of our peers were exploring how to expand our offerings in audio we hired a talented young producer from the American public radio world Lisa Taubman we already had a number of podcast some of them moderately successful but Lisa wanted to start from scratch she said that many people had a sense of what the New York times I'd really like she wanted to figure out what it should sound like rather than figuring out how to recast ourselves in the mode of audio media she was thinking about recasting audio fit the mold of the New York times and she figured out that what the times does is focused intensively on the biggest stories of the moment Lisa called this candy store for an audio producer we already had a neat with nearly limitless variety of great stories everyday just needed a new way to tell them that was the genesis of what we called the daily it sounds simple enough it was anything but a massive left produce a high quality Daily News podcasts with expert soundscape during and live interviews which sometimes required ripping up everything and starting over at 10:00 PM but what made it possible aside from the hard work of Lisa steam was that she had access to a newsroom of 1400 people globally who were already chasing those stories and with a little prodding became guides to both the story of the day and the story behind the story of the day the daily is a big success a tad more than 100000000 streams since we launched it less than 6 months ago and it's going to become a franchise but the lesson goes beyond audio maybe it took us too long but we figured out that the voice of god that once made are pros sound uniform and authoritative Kranz is holding us back it sometimes caused us to edit out a sense of place the obstacles and uncertainties of reporting as well as the voice and the experience and the personality of our writers and it's all of those things along with the quality of the end product it makes the time you need you can now ask you can now see us embracing the story about the story and all parts of our report when our Pulitzer Prize winning foreign correspondent Alan Barrie finish toward her toward recently as bureau chief in New Delhi she decided she'd make one final reporting trip to a village where she had done lots of reporting in the past and where there were still a few question she wanted to a headline on the story she wrote was how to get away with murder in small town India and the first paragraph read like this on my last week in India I went to say goodbye Jericho Hooton Melati chief of a small village where I had made a dozen or so reporting trips from that unfolded a murder mystery murder mystery the depended heavily on Alan's particular style of writing but also on a new consciousness about what it means to be an American foreign correspondent covering a story that is clearly impacted by the active covering it and it's also just a great read we've always treated investigative work is a major part of what we offer but it is much more important now investigative reporting is by its nature proprietary hard to do well and even harder to scale but in this target rich environment it's rewarding both for readers and for the news media the develop a strong reputation for delivering it investigative still means teams of reporters taking weeks or months 21 cover something big teams like those that exposed a raft of sexual harassment cases secret settlements that led to the downfall of 2 of the biggest personalities an American entertainment bill o'reilly of fox news and Harvey Weinstein the film's mogul but investigative also needs to be infused into the daily rhythm of news gathering almost every big story has an investigative angle that someone on our staff is pursuing especially these days in Washington one of the biggest stories of the early trump presidency were series of New York times exclusives on trump's relationship with James call me a former FBI director then unfolded over a couple of weeks Mike Schmidt is mainly an investigative reporter and his work depended on months of cultivating sources for an investigator project on the FBI but the story of trump's conflict with comi came out in a flood of revelations requiring the skills of the nimble beat reporter a similar situation happened a few months later Joe backer one of our most seasoned investigative reporters in New York got a tip that Donald Trump junior Matt was a well connected Russian lawyer during the height of the presidential campaign that might have been an interesting one off scoop but Jo turned it into a multi day string of exclusives on who attended the meeting why it was held and why the White House continue to alter it to us explanation of the event that kind of news will never be a commodity many news organizations of struggle to figure out how to use video as a tool for digital storytelling we're among them when is video better than tax to convey big big news what's the right flank for video on mobile video better embedded in articles are standing on its own should we focus more on program shows are documentaries or cooking videos we ruled out cat videos but tried just about everything else it took time but as an audio we feel we've worked our way toward something that feels Nader to the news culture of the times while pushing the boundaries of storytelling in video one example is the work of Malachy brown our forensic videographer he and his team have developed an expertise at mixing our own work with crowdsource video and audio from major news events it comes from bystanders and I witnesses as well as official sources like police military or security cameras Malika uses satellite mapping to determine precise locations in the images you then reconstructs advance second by second often pixel by pixel providing a detailed timeline and engaging narratives that's often more detailed quite different then the version offered by the authorities his most recent effort involved a mass shooting in Las Vegas it was a marriage of classic investigative sleuthing the wisdom of the crowd and cutting edge video techniques it offered a new and gripping account of how the shooting unfolded how the concert crowd experienced it and how police in hotel security Spondon communicated or in some cases failed to respond and communicate in the effort to stop the shooting finally I want to say something about partisanship or more exactly about non partisanship in this political climate there's tremendous pressure on the New York times and many other media to become part of the opposition to Donald Trump that pressure comes partly from our own readers they want us to more forcefully confront a president they see as a threat to democracy and American power the other side also wants us to become the opposition that would suit their narrative that there's no such thing as a non partisan media or non partisan fax only support or opposition to their positions some media company CEO as in their journalistic or business interests 2 more formally take sides in this struggle we have decided it is not in our journalistic or business interest to do that we're convinced there's still a big audience for non partisan journalism in the United States and around the world and that the polarization of much of the media makes that potential audience larger moreover we see partisanship as the enemy good journalistic disappoint of skepticism skepticism even about many of the things our own journalists might take for granted leads to better stories it forces us to listen more carefully it makes us more aware of changes culture and society key word is empathy empathy means considering perspectives other than your own it's a fundamentally human value that helps us and ultimately our readers to become a smarter and more understanding it also makes for compelling journalism Farrah stockman is a national desk car spun it for the time I've never had a conversation with Tara about her political views but she eagerly took on an assignment to understand the fault lines on trade that were part of Donald trump's appeal to many voters an American rust belt states spent some months getting to know a steel worker in Indiana the article she wrote coming a steel worker liberated her then her job move to Mexico is it deeply human and revealing lock at the social and economic issues they have transformed the politics of the United States you begin to understand why a single mother of 2 who worked her way up to a 25 hour job on the male dominated factory floor of the steel ball bearing plant and who once voted for Barack Obama and it up supporting Donald Trump and 2016 it is the kind of story that news rooms full of people who have already decided what's right and what's wrong may not bother to produce in an era of instant articles and breaking news alerts it often pays to slow things down ask some hard questions and then just listen and I want to thank you for listening to make //
"2017-10-28 22:23:59"
The Ever-Changing Story
\\Bruce had already sent for the great way here when he finally appeared on the terrace of the ivory tower he carried with him I hope so all fantasia we have got to be environmentally responsible we've got to reduce our emissions is our only hope Syria a war climate change Israel's new entity does have an impact here a significant impact and we got tight strode fake direction grows stronger every day when it does come would have little to do with carbon dioxide main obviously I have never played the high true believer analyst staff but just to make it clear I think to climate change Israel humanity does make a contribution I'm sorry I must ask you to leave NBI see it's my telescope more than 100 years of photography at manly breaks on my leg does not suggest that sea levels of recent I'm just tryin to in most countries bomber dull I told snap a gradual lifting level to mighty listen live tonight simply to speak my mind I'm Deidre got 2 stones mousse man run away he 24 mostly rupees here you name it one diet will probably come and 3 the important thing is to take strong and effective action to tackle climate change who just but nothing during the whole world climate change policy that's doing climate change sills is probably doing good or place more I wouldn't necessarily swoon Reese when people know where you stand is losing support a certain I'm now please is losing respect for the changes //
"2017-10-28 03:48:42"
How social media helped weaponize Donald Trump's election campaign
\\next week representatives of Facebook and Twitter will appear before the U. S. Senate intelligence committee investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election both tribes use of social media Twitter in particular has given him a hotline not just the voters but to the media as well without it he doesn't think you'd be president click and 125000000 people between Twitter and Instagram and all of them and Facebook home I have a tremendous platform so when somebody says something about me I'm able to go being being vague and I take care of it well president trump has courted control the sea with sometimes factually inaccurate tweaks in tirades and retweeting memes from GBS accounts it is 10 times use of Facebook that's during the most scrutiny trump's and does a guru grandpa Skyler is giving evidence to the house intelligence committee on Tuesday and he agrees Facebook made the difference in 26 states to Facebook now lets you get to places increases possibly you would never go TV ads now I can find 15 people in the Florida panhandle that I would never buy a TV commercial for and we took opportunities I think the other side and Brad says Facebook was more than happy to help the campaign when we enter their staff embedded inside our offices what's sorry Leslie Stahl you go ahead what we're faced with employees would show up for work everyday in our offices well wait a minute Facebook employee showed up at the trump hello boys into an employee they were embedded in your campaign we think they were there multiple days a week 34 days a week to days what what I was doing inside helping teachers Saudis are what most folks say is that I offered identical support to both campaigns and night tonight Pascal's climb that he visited stopped to only get loyalists from Facebook but well that's all interesting the Senate intelligence committee really wants to know about Russia in September Facebook revealed more than $100000 have been spent on around 3000 ads from accounts they believed were Russian a troll farm propaganda at fix I don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy and a lot of those ads were pushing divisive issues like black lives matter anti immigration crime stories and a whole lot of fight muse Russians also sponsored YouTube channels boosting prompt or Bernie Sanders and consistently attacked Hillary Clinton and Google says tens of thousands of dollars worth of ads will border by Russians own G. mile lost the U. S. presidential election and state run Russia today television Spain $300000 on Twitter providing plenty of anti Hillary content what if wikileaks during that they tried to put trump in the White House trump would not be permitted to wear because once you peel back the layers Hillary Clinton is not just a mere wolf in sheep's clothing she's an unabashed hock through and through but it's not a legal and the U. S. campaign finance rules for foreigners to Patty to push content or buy online ads during an election and it sold fairly small beer with a trombone Clinton campaign statement about $1000000000 between them on online ads thought the ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee not worn essays that Russian spending was only the tip of the iceberg and the roads were also incredibly well targeted to counties and states that mattered most perhaps suspiciously well targeted oil boy there seems to be an awful lot of unusual to say the least connections between people affiliated with Mr trump and Russians and clearly the Russians were trying to influence the campaign and as we know had information that was discrediting Hillary Clinton //
"2017-10-27 19:00:00"
Amorelle Dempsey is giving Maitland farmers new confidence they can stay on the land
\\it's always been involved with food and so rescuing food and taking it to the community is no different to buy him teach me how high they Terry we need to chalk this one up and welcoming not wasting any food and we value to the world court files do you can pick that thing from the farm to disadvantaged people it's only approved things about what life is about I love living in motion because it took a little inside I'm posits right through the movement it's all about protecting food by the visiting and working with small scale farmers to bring good clean and free food for everyone and they got the ... grain cucumber they know the baby up for what they are doing great my name is Matthew Dennis I have a bomb you know a hunter a big on vegetables for nearly 30 years we first met and willfully up free 4 years ago when the big punk mom was on we had about 6 inches right and all the punk and sat in the mod and I'll just unsettled we're gonna play only wouldn't we discovered that Matt was about to lose his entire crop of pumpkins and and lose his income for the almost for the year we sort of set up this little pop up and the community came together to really support that microphone and rescue him Emeril organized a big punk and driving ability and the rest is history it's that off to the pub can you name yeah it was obvious that I promise it no way to sell the food and be that ... the community wanted somewhere to buy the lie confused we did you get a great yeah and you getting that call for your budget and then found where is that prior case thank you very much there are drawing each company let me to draw civil apartments on offer mine is often brought nothing on display here you think some of the projects coming up more fun amongst a few families of a lift the old talking that I'm a real net that seems to be nailed ... basilica will we can grow enough small farms can come back into production and it's a stock that we have to you know blowing to the flying if we can so if you're going to how did this community it's like feeding off of the paper had precisely they're all really galvanizes it might turn cold as people because she is just lovely and charming and paper to caller so he's looking for commitment from the community to support a small farm in the small farm at them over to diversify from just going 6 crops keep going just deducted for crops absolutely practice of Moses story bother visiting happening in a small community we sell at it online you just got mad not big to Grady and just taking what you thinking on its own be happy that's good absolutely everything that comes into the I can converted to something delicious they like being sick time we got there at night parts casserole could make power use it makes me feel and when we make some bold type 40 so this is the finished product it's being boxed off if you're going to preach now and all the hobbits were collected on something morning and goes down to the 5 neighborhoods secretary is just coming to that yet so much just like this in the the food comes along that Emeril who volunteer heya when you must lock her ambassador we financials who would she begins at 90 the pharma speaking cannot but but you know with powdered sugar trying I think there must families councilman clearance by now it's going to say he I am a startling display my daughter in running on Lisa nothing fancy and they quickly do you think makes people in knots it's an amazing thing cleanness I realize you know large impact on a school and a big difference to our children and our families lives flows food involved in establishing our garden and promoting the principles old farm to table thank you bill for the weather love treasure on isn't it slowly building us so that way building after its power see you because the first one through the menu this week so if you are gross had one good thing pitcher including dressing right through the atom provenance growing their own food and being able to cook for themselves when they get older now what about what about whether it's a struggle is carriage tags because it a full from my experience working in my own community I made the 2 great hope for the tape back to that but bigger platform to be sold students use umpteen other could economically excited about I'm Andy against that I'm married to enroll hoping for HughesNet goblet brightness office he likes doing a certain things and spent hundreds of hours of here on time spent yeah I just take that message out there to people that you can solve problems without a lot of resources just by simply wanted to do something //
"2017-10-24 20:35:39"
Carole Bayley volunteers to keep her community's future in good hands
\\we go out so we go in the hand that's what gets me in the truck every single time we I we all wrong we've been around for 24 years beyond that which is not I read about that and the beauty of a small villages I tell all my kids if you do something on now better before you get high I am for the cadets but you know Kennedy that many sigh of their chart Egypt they're marshmallow aren't actually have a full time job I work for marathon hills I'm a mom this info must always be a mom naama mirus well and that's the best you know well family is the heart of Anaheim and high is the heart of F. Amy like he's for treason this one is from Brighton and this one is for they won't let on my own Miley Carol's husband and I was wondering if the Austrian people should off the internet rule for service basically since we moved here Karros captain captain Farrell yes I did with this one thing and that the employer intriguing from progress here she's deliberate and she's got Barbara morale to Florida guarded album with them and they want to throw I but you guys off in the middle of the north carols flaws flaws to a foot chunks that covers system one block get up we don't all 4 moon so I'm up and on foreign that much of the film I'm going down working on before Graham being one of the in the house on the jury it's not as long as what does the goodies rally roared of prices so foreign films very frail she's a real trooper yeah one of his book on on the operations officer with the Yousef wise Rufai service around it to him endeavor we sing more more women come one vote around a sterling has probably 20 percent of the members of a map ... but then only a very small percentage of them rose up through the ranks like Carol has and ... her involvement with the cadet side of the last 10 years or so has been amazing I the absolute pleasure of being part of the law firm of them for 45 guy on the future of NDA I get this out sitting opposite a backing the guy from today to talk about we're getting ready for the National Park it's in some way to be rich not present 2 basic things I can't go on a car and I don bayberry hit the 10 they around school and 6 I 12 months lie that that Jeff releasing at sign up the back of it trying to hang out with as well as the thing we will throw things religion that would be wrong to Mike a way out of it well yeah Sagan has I had a point okay mea she has had a hell of a journey these beads reference and everything said I am quite certain why I had cancer in the rectangular red lines represent blood transfusions the little dogs represent lumbar punctures that was when I shaved off my hair I donated my by my parents witty and ... and yes I freeze up prices Carol helped us out immensely tallow cited some fundraising force which helped us greatly the it was a bit overwhelming that ... there was so many people prepared to to shave the hair off through there Carol so we wouldn't struggling one day she like organize a surprise party for me she set up a fighter fifth and she gave them to me the whole around my room investment hospital it just really made me happy all I ask for that session lifetime of office it's really special bond whaleship live right near crew later on this one get the access is an extended family 3 about 4 children now ... are full members on the last day you know as as you might on the flight we need I think there you become part of your life how do you feel and put together Davis I'm not good at letting them go so why do I need now she's a very good cake decorator I mean she's very strongly it up I guess I don't see it as doing so much I just think that's my lot that's how I do things your but she helps baseball the world is going to be I cry when you look at these cute semis young paperless at a giving back to the community we will be in good hands //
"2017-10-23 19:00:01"
What happens when a Muslim and a non-Muslim sit down to discuss Islam in Australia?
\\hi I'm Carey and I'm from the south coast of New South Wales my name is my being no I'm a Muslim woman from Sydney my general feelings about in this Islam in Australia all that is a lot of fear to be honest it's quite tiring having to constantly answer questions in our make people feel safe may people understand who I am and what I believe in I'd like to he from people that tell me does not need to be a fright I think would be to heed that from most MP what are your biggest fears about you saw I guess the fees are around the fact that terrorism kills people Jeff I sickly it kills innocent people world untamed a hoax because we're waiting for that moment to happen when that sort of devastation cottage is going to happen in our country and we know that it's going to come from someone who is a Muslim disait so this idea of you saying on northern next terrorist is going to be a Muslim that that to me just doesn't make sense because it's a huge narrative that terrorism is only ... comes from Islam and Muslims Martin I like I think that I think about some of the terrorists is somebody who is above the religiously or politically motivated he just a deranged maniac in just running around who decides what's a deranged man what we find in America is whatever up young kid shoots up a whole bunch of people likely meant he'd mentally ill for one of its a Muslim person who does anything or anything like that they're immediately a terrorist and it's a double standard when Muslims do those things that they doing most of the time it isn't because of the Islam I think they do they have a warped view of Islam if I was a Muslim and I was viewing the news I'd be scared to you context it's overblown had the you feel when you hear this pain and all that Islamic terrorist every time something happens on one edge when I'm out is that person just looking at me because you know he's having a bad day or is it because what's just happened in the media women again afraid to go out you know all good the shops because they're gonna get abused immediately we've got press releases saying we condemn this yeah you got see full side we we just so fearful for our families for our boys from tolls we do not realize we do not see that you are on the mound with us heartbroken and what's happening only him more love from the people I think you need to be hot again targeting more working class and middle class people that's the people that you need to be focusing on because that's the majority of Australians but see I've got a job unable to work on that a family so I'm going to do that as well as fly and say Muslims are good don't panic like I just wanna live my life you know now I have to stay put trying so hard to to get the message out there and I'm what's the message Islam has been hijacked okay by terrorists by people who are terrible and I think that anyone who questions I would be upset over if someone's dying us close so would be I have I'm a human being and that's what is so important full you mainstream everyday Anglo Australians to talk to almost slim body a local mosque though you know how hot it is running both sex and the mobile maternal could will likely most have you tried it but if you tried it now I have a national most looked into it maybe you don't know about it but it's very successful so I don't know about a you need to talk about I don't know why don't all phone we put it up then important icon Mitchell every household knows everything about national mostly from day one how exhausting is up maybe you ignorant of something you just don't know about it and then the responsibility is on the days afterward yeah but you don't live that's cool was strong and stuff like you know yes but look I think that there is a lot of ignorance in this country we just type it now has sort of been a bit of a weapon to so to keep us in a place to keep this quiet and to not speak happiness what's so common ground it's been very encouraging to sit across the table from another woman that has a different background to myself even though we buy for a strong and see that there is genuine concern and genuine love and genuineness about wanting to say these issues resolved and that's why it's so important for ... if you just talk to one another only had come to say that hearing your voice tonight has made a lot covering this I've never heard a voice locules before yeah very Cecilia you wanna go and and and you know that does represent a majority of a stretch and I have the lawyer that your main strengths everyday Australian community you know we'll be able to look costs ... the negative and see the positives and hopefully hopefully they'll be able to hear more about voices on hope that's what's needed you need to hide yes we vastly good //
"2017-10-22 23:04:57"
Electric Fields
\\uhhuh he ... ... be I ... he tension what we were going to play with yeah I sound it just happened it just happened it was just recorded energy loves all when you create a song essentially it happens different every single time and you just literally go with the flow in the sense of you know when someone sends you to full you go on that's that's that bit and then you know you just keep only in shaping a very fluid sculpture meet electric fields special joy from that might not be a household name just yet but when I first saw Zachariah feuding and Michael Ross perform but why met late this year apparently music was pretty clear and ... he how did you guys come together and stop making music we permit 77 we just did you go race so with I'm a some radical but it will and she write the songs I produced them as expressing and it was just like still it and we did that and we went about our business and I live after their first meeting they kept busy with their music Zachariah appeared on the X. factor later Michael appeared on the same Shari it's then 2 years ago Zachariah cold Michael and I asked him to produce but he began and then it was just us to in the studio riding original music and coming together with such harmony I guess what said to have been the one white behind that it's actually but if you could see from in front of the mirror and behind there at the same time I mean that's stuff becomes possible when you have to deeply honest people creating beautiful aren't together Zechariah you grew up in an incredibly beautiful place how does that influence your your sound in your voice and your music some from the 0 family community central doesn't Straneo I was more of a in the explorer when I was younger I seen a lot on what to look and I felt a lot of my experience from my community I can put body language into music and feeling into music and just really I'm I'm just I'm just really trying to understand what this gift to accept my way someone I'm on I'm gonna Jeremy being an artist Nina it's it's beautiful I was feeling things inside listening to that what is that song about I watched and documentary what happened to Nino Nina Simone was an American songwriter and civil rights activists who sang about the racial prejudice she and other black Americans experienced in the 19 fifties the document true opens with an interview of means and Kemper winding it that why am I getting emotional birth to my cool things like judge what can we do with this this this is doing something for me with clean on art so then I was like well it's transcribe it and just make those lyrics I've had a couple times on stage when I really felt pretty that's now mmhm how ... even though we have maybe not as free as one day we hopefully will be I am firstly far more free than I ever was going on mmhm it know if that is similar theme or members but ... description of freedom resonates what does freedom mean to you it means to really be patient with yourself it's really learn who you are acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses and share it with everybody else help them get out of a dark place for unity feel yourself to feel comfortable within yourself modes freedom the same thing and Steve he took //
"2017-10-22 22:52:27"
Shakespeare’s second Globe Theatre pops up in Melbourne
\\very dry very elusive easy to grasp you will get if you come to this it will keep best pop up shops pop up restaurants and now there's a pop up glowed Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in fact it's the brainchild of New Zealand banks theater company that brings slang audiences in Oakland and now that popped up in Australia they're unusual company that just make it takes you make for 6 replaceable tennis I mean I just made that into an existing IT we build the theater and we run a theater as well and have those full size almond rent a nice full shows opened in 4 days so I can tell you this but there's a reason why no one 's ever done this before that's because it is extremely difficult leann beast pop up blood is a replica Shakespeare's second floor theater in London designed to be as close as possible to the original this will be you know a day out for everybody highest to the lowest there are 300 brackets to the stage or higher self sits up there our heart sits here foundlings represent the case the every day people ... and I think the interaction that gets created here is going to be really similar to what happened to your husband since I was very young and I was at reading a story to life will go Nancy and it was pub storybook and their clothes in this book and there was a light cold medicine Papantla that Cynthia major think of engineering and ... well I just thought the idea was marvelous one of the problems ... with recreating blood is that is not evidence available we don't know very much about the first blood if that's what they said that was built in 1599 on bank side in London and the burned down in 1630 it burnt down because a cannon fire during a production of Henry the eighth ... the wanting from the catalog in the factory Ben took to the ground in an hour let me know what said if one gentleman who I'm proud of the seasons tries a school of thought that was put out the boss will bail Zach eggs and health and safety but they rebuild sixpence company rebuilt the globe theater within the year and that was the second flipped it open to the 6040 and that data encapsulation all of the knowledge that Shakespeare's company built up over the years that's good it also featured gamblers beggars pickpockets and prostitutes but then came along the Puritans in 1642 they objected to hold a screwball team and under the rule of all of the Cromwell close down all of the fetus in fact 2 years later the globus physically dismantled and it wasn't until 1997 at a new club was reconstruct and like this one it was based on Shakespeare's original 16 forte design it's almost like you're playing theatrical archaeologist there is an element of understanding now we have the records of one of the thesis editor hold hands like it very detailed records of the period and we know that they porcelain stage blood for example we know that they had spectacular effects of lightning out of things like this so we ... have a little research team ourselves and what other academic to to try and tease out what the spectacular affects up and then we put the most in our show as well as the effects this in pretty realistic stage plotting all year and the blood good luck what elements of combat a specific to Shakespearean plays a justice of the different weapons system so you know that the right wing Duggar for the hunting hospital with so called quartet stuff you know those who fought that classic weapons that are definitely easier and these aren't fine brother profs they're real historically accurate weapons and since Alex is the flight director let's see if he could whip me into shape putting a thing stream so we get this incoming house rules sort or long so it's ... behind and hope will so sick when I get to go to some of the soda because it felt great yes pretty heavy that's pretty as no real guys are you gonna attack me here than had been here how many can you can you can catch your English soldier the French soldier of coming to attack you and you're going to be back on to get the on Friday well yeah the of no one well no blood here but the performances are awash with and seasonal Clinton who had the from that was always there the people who make you come to see the shows you want a little more time and you could see them specific are white those parts of the state but I know that it's going to how many different body fluids depositor ... so many okay Much Ado was full of kissing and it's full of drinks and cocktails and things like that ... of fellows will apply and ... if you're if you're close enough you could be the sprays them for sure O. if you're close enough you might get to have a cocktail with us so I'm its visceral come and stuff that can be washed wasn't quite sure what to expect great ... it's fantasy it's actually if I had an expectation exists out better than I source Anaya disagrees impression that he might be you know boring cycle read Shakespeare suffered school by a kind I mean you most theater work they just fourth wall when you're performing your being observed for us there's no pork wall there's there's no way we don't seems and talked to every person in here there's no chance for the audience until now and if they are tuning out we're not doing our jobs right we will reach out and grab almost literally we can reach out and grab it fundamentally this is about right and selling tickets on the you have to do both of those things and this building does make great times we see transformations in our audience we make work with integrity and our audiences are transformed by their experience here which is what happens when you have a great time //
"2017-10-22 22:07:37"
Young Archies 2017: The future of Australian portrait painting
\\mycnn I'm not surprised along the school here at the art gallery of sport my Australia's next generation ranging in age from 5 to 8 I think that's a really interesting about the like especially the eyes months of violence that so I got to he doesn't really like me very much and that maybe I come their friend they sort of looks like maybe it doesn't express I very much hi Kathy and what's your name and beyond it yeah well no I guess right now once you know phone please and and I'm not during always then during doing on really long time I smile a grandfather I want to show you a letter NPO attacks for going yeah lump we need someone to tell me to stop sooner or later you being here yeah me the big they would ... as generous or more generous the works in the outside tell me about that when you mean more jobs whatever is about talk about general sitting on a log but the idea of the more you look at it so what can be done and what gives you something in return there is nothing they flexing interests these kids get their inspiration from all sorts of places the sky even learned a few tricks from during spider man foreshortening which is sad just say ... writes happy to try and make it look reading and then blames me sleeping for anything yeah you away so it's a lot of muscles that you have to try and get absolutely right that moves or either and they struggle to true lies mostly my specialty I have some Monday I'd love most of his artwork I just look at it mazing they do like Vincent van Gogh public so what do these passionate young not she in the season adult oughtn't take care of that dots and she and really fresh helping I'm reading like of the one by on I just like that dial all the different she is amazing in some bits knows like paint that was that the I like the one I that is right wise rainn the reason I called right 43 checks that comes through guy that he had out to stop there's only really feel and how life in the world I think you know speaking broadly here but it's not simple it's not dated it's full of potential which is what I really love that book all pension will to do whatever they want this point everyone's a magnificent painful when they know you sort of Hyslop get hold off especially the young kids lately about 633 and more and bring him back to his childhood when you're happy when you anything you want Alacranes laugh doesn't last long right it's just a matter of get //
"2017-10-22 21:56:16"
2017 is the biggest year for K-pop in Australia
\\you may like Justin Beba that you've only done what Justin they ate for breakfast we know what hackable pilot if you practice it I know I can't have sex tape but it's a lifestyle table because of lifestyle green in the well and truly found expand basic really twist on mainstream hope emerged out of South Korea in the early 19 famous for its high energy and high propose style Capel prisoners Bobby on in the show become a global phenomenon and now the world's largest cable festival icon has arrived in Australia for the first time and we did one of the biggest names in the same XO yeah XO was announce the lost no one thought that Australia was ... side the following was and the big enough we are ... for a massive fan like excel to come and just shows that it has grown over the years sorry actually or he opened this cave of the war to the fans out there and I think you started this whole trend from governments thought and the music's changing as well like when you think of catapult it's not just go numb style anymore it is kept up with the times and a lot of say taught western artists from Bruno Mars to win why am I writing cable so and so they have caught up because I have all this beautiful pie sigh is exciting legitimately I'm it sets them so I'm it began with me loving one direction and 5 seconds and some ... all you sort of Weston favorites and I went to university and my friends and how I think you like Papa lovely bands like I think will be great so we went to this type of that and I was like what is stated but then once you sort of sigh researching into crane culture you discover the food you just allowed history the TV shows it's just so different to what you experienced in every day to day life and strike out and I think that's so exciting and so beautiful I think all the fans are just as passionate and that's something that you can witness when you got okay Paul calls all the fans of Friday the net effect of we spend them is something Kevin Kim knows first hand a former member of K. pop boy bands I personally enjoyed meeting a lot of fans they fall you know where where you go and they've wait for you waiting yeah that is Stephanie one pies being tango Europe's test with that and how they look and what they dragged and so for instance if your friend the sexy love John Cassavetes yes I know that day I don't know whose blood type and look for things like high because that's really putting crea it I know it sounds of sex tape but it's just the fandom icon announced that there's a scene competition and I just hope I have to god all this out loud to the cattle prod by night that's what really state and a bit too low I could get into acting the TV shows that presenting what night it is a very small pool of people that I would need by I want to give the guy and now Australia's first ever take on as he and the fans a plug from all over the country to catch that I don't especially one direction of the XO not far from the red carpet fans are exploring cream dance fashion and make up more than more than a back up again pop up that we will make up squeezing in a final rehearsal for the cake pops in I know that senior trainer kind of people who know occurring in second floating crane and I'm not saying it well backstage NBI and heels a little more fun in its whereas in most if more free flowing ... so if someone has broken English only line suddenly singing career challenge right here is what I was told by an overview of the full moon movie leann third prize goes to today by anything I'm just good guy the next day I think you'll see me in the //
"2017-10-22 20:20:31"
Thalidomide survivor Trish Jackson uses her disability to open minds
\\I ... bullying is a really big part of my life the minute I stepped outside of my house I get laughed at by it stated that I had 6 pieces of paper he would anyone like to have a go at writing that they'd make when my friend asked me speak at her school I thought this was my opportunity shy kids don't stay people tell me that I couldn't and I wouldn't but I can accord and I still was born she didn't see me for 3 nights stop just so what it does to grossly deformed from hate to love meat and this doctor said 99 my mom she left me from the beginning I was a drug that was around like 950 it's only 6 it was mainly used as a morning sickness drug it was never test personally because many defects kid with cute little arms can ever remember feeling but if you think talk set the system up 10 a presentation on I did that but after that it's all about Trish explained to the children what you can achieve starts running down the hill pushing me at the press and on having a quiet time that's Toyota with children is I've never felt overwhelmed ice me because well in this way he lets go into prime and mine train stats picking up speed and he yells at me all done during this and I command by 10 back I just to show you a when there is a will there is always a way it's the trees sway this is how I have a couple coffee in the morning how I am read a book and how I used to play unite with my door I just love the interaction with them that's a very good line another guy takes a lot of practice there's nothing like having 75 children in front of you or trying to write fate just awesome books and found that it meant that everything worthwhile takes too good to be better if you take I'm going to be a month truce for about 14 years now we face made it the camera club I wanted to show the daily struggles of her life ... that people don't say comes upon my head is just from my neck doing everyday stuff you know why I have to control it to doing tasks that might to lead my a family story had to be told Istanbul's and have to lead my cannot be she say positive ... get a concealed the kind the Hon I I think that my fate would be the most painful thing in my body but it's that the anything that doesn't like my pain is my negativity and I my joining his commandments really really puts and I love doing it's really good I don't even mind if someone had a campus exception by flexible leading Santa your sister is really important for our community because our young people come from very disenfranchised backgrounds and they often lose the concept of having gratitude and hype they said I would never go up I said I would never go to school I said if I did go to school I would be damn they told me that I would have any friends someone that's sitting at community today will think you know what things are tough for me but I have the power to change and I think that's why I come Monday talks to just to show you not to judge people everyone has a story that was good for young people to say that things on just fix their odd daily challenges a truce to fight since I use a full command off with my fate but she faces them with part a smile and a great sense of humor which I am very very honest full of extremely inspirational especially for people with such young minds like it's not going to go away those amazing I don't think it had I'm glad you got something out of it hate ads okay so incredibly fast will just go to the course you have the passion that that need which I love and I think I like guns because they believed that they demand than I can with my other passion with his photography take photos of the beds it's just not the day my backyard that anybody if you not just the way it looks like yeah Sinai question let's say my arms left and right hand which one first I could have been nearly from being born like this and my little fingers thank you then I think if I had a mean that I'm a person enough I had to listen to all those people who would be a very different person I want you to promise to me that you will all be kind to each other no bullying because we're all beautiful people and we don't need bullying in this world attitude is everything //
"2017-10-18 03:06:54"
The violent childhood memory that drives Tracy Ellis to help women
\\our clock my mother to see the number can strong yet cannery this to take care of her so can lead by example and can say no giving back to the community and it's wonderful it's rewarding and the best place to do that as a motion on the volunteer coordinator here that will add late show and one season this is my wonderful family of Valenti's they do make me proud is almost 200 of them this year beautiful girls beautiful warm friendly goes there no one Spain they take all of the liquid yeah you're on we have some things maybe it was his case I have my finger on the pulse really for to the volunteers all day in the station's not manned the show really sort of doesn't go as well as it does they have some real shit I was on the different types of lunch do you feel like I know yes supposedly Iraq can you please keep drinking water yes I just finished I don't want another one the it's mom unknown silicon mum because the first time you us in the month before and the second time the US and the mafia because well the third time have a will actually not feeling that good you need to keep asking I'm Julie Quimby from the royal Adelaide Shari a having Tracee Ellis on board is attained late eighties fantastic she has such resilience and is always a really calm head and I've really found that there are some people who volunteer or sit on boards out purely to try and get the accolade after their names were going off to the name of that makes sense but with Tracy that is not the motivator it'll I love the ruins I showed my one piece of shell advice is to try date with dog and they go no Raj after it can be dangerous her my gosh both are really trying reasonable person of being in the worst piece of loss of income for almost 15 years now your breasts most pistol grip I can use my skills as a hospital trainers at the beach yeah lungs filling up high speed are working on a thing about going to be different sure yeah anything helps think of the Bee Gees song Stayin alive stand what is it you know yeah writing on goodies not but I do anything that will soon cut staying on the washer so it's interesting explain to people yourself also yes but don't swim there are a myriad of other things you can do to help contribute to a surplus of so she doesn't like sitting on a bomb that time not doing anything I first met Tracy I bet 10 years ago as she joined the club gave repair our family and our kind walking around the corner into the gym and Tyson was sacked kicking the boxing bag with a leg up past my is I started learning Japanese karate because I wanted to not feel vulnerable appln my husband I've created this club almost 15 years ago and it's quite successful now I guess growing up as a child I saw my mother in particular vulnerable I just did not want to be in lock hurdle my mother had a knack of choosing men who were violent who are not non us who would disrespectful you were disgusting people I saw heaviest slave to a lot of these men I saw her gets thrown around there was one time she had not had dinner prepared for this particular man and he taught a referendum Nick he dragged her out side he taught onto a an old garden she and threw her in the middle of a bonfire when I think I was hiding under the bed taking care my brother must be about 9 yeah it's it's nmls triste to hear from he's now and really really brave of through and stop talking of of the whether it's the voicing the string from her with within her from from any dice right right from we first met I do envy a lot of women so I cut wife mums type kids this weekend I really need a break lost I need to have coffee with my mom this fraud I really expected her to talk to are truly envy that so hyped on creating this models what I'm hoping to achieve from Oberlin Terry is to teach women in particular if you're not happy in your relationship you would place to live you deserve better make some concern if it's in steps to improve it for you so I ... //
"2017-10-17 01:45:44"
From victim to victor: The making of boxer Jeff Horn
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"2017-10-16 19:35:08"
Hear Me Out - Single Parenting
\\hi my name is Aaron I'm a single mom of 2 children 15 year old daughter and a 12 year old son hi my name is Leon I'm a single data for kids I want to also single mom's side account wake the have the sole provider for the children if the little online with my son he's on the autism state tougher for single dads and their ability to be able to and I can equip children and certainly domestically to be ripping the mom we data sacrae only there's for single dad's it's quite single moms I tomorrow what do you wish people real laws about what it's like to be a single mom I need an yeah it's all on your shoulders the responsibility you really not I that you are on your eye and you are single parent and it's a really hot when you get your first bout of diarrhea official because you said in the end you know knowing on us and whatever happens you you're the only one to clean that mess up scary at first but there is years before that single days really thinking to have a costly think they just call out awesome but the single moms that don't exactly a sign saying just do not get that sign respect action all European white because I I did change my perception of it once awed become a solid and had my children full time specific make that connect emotionally with them and I was a big challenge to ... United Kevin from work and to cook dinner and to make sure the house is tidy at all those things are kind of a huge respect for an understanding of you know what exactly women go through the situation I'm in now you come pick out from we've Korea was or maybe victories just gone because you haven't been able to re skill that the mean can continue and I continue on that pie skull the woman died the have to start again and it's it's pretty tough I look away because I know when you put a live animal can I give you a fair point what rights would you like to say single dads have moral look on a lot of men that I don't get a say about where they told support money guys like only you know with no children going up and got my food in the coverage they paying child support I know that there is a lot of ... single moms out there that don't you know this participating in child support and I don't get us and smile standing is currently Australians 1000000000 or $0 days pull that's pretty nifty and it's not really X. it's tough living at the mine it's expensive viable for man better behave in Iraq a put up enough to pay child support day has children that his response ability ... up like there to be you know I'm all support with an eye for me and room when they're trying to get custody of the children I always agree with you via its toss the single days what comes to custody of kids liked it's not because I really viable to have to prove themselves a lot more personal impact told me was enormous because the fact that everything that you think you always could you identify yourself to your house your children your wife footage taken away ... here are you just become so vulnerable and when my children started looking for things because Dan what's for dinner called scheduled to take away ... you know they'd look for that of a heart take aways and think it had to do this of some looking on the internet okay say different recipes and I about had I know I've been on your mind because one of my descended from a friend's Facebook post and automated what children come and say well that he made this Cole Europe man what is a fee deal when it comes to defining exits in a break up move favorite of I have heard a lot of it I think that comes down to and what I should have known you being together mom stayed at home and having that input with the children then they deserve to be remunerated think from a mile point of view and the ex wife of the pot now has the ability to work and choose not to work can be unfair and and the distribution of the assets how do you feel about superannuation coming in as a recording like a self precisely how may well I didn't like it because suddenly as if breakups ... that and then agreed to terms they're gonna come later all don't agree with it fully look not not 100 percent on it etiqueta at when you dividing assets will you going through this process that that's all discussed that has to be put on the table they could tough man in Iraq but at a break up there made look at all the stuff that he's losing almost look while you know what have I got to establish myself in the future after a lot of stuff to get it out I think this is one area where they and I thought it could be argued that they have more rights that means I am I actually disagree they feel it's a 2 way around your children as a fan I think that essay percentage that swing with the children yeah what it does that's the way that the little guys demands and does have a cool parenting rights in Australia but now yeah I did I have equal currently what's with the little would probably say yes and I everything seems to really hot from mile when you just try to be a part of you children often a breakup you know when a relationship breaks down I think that's a matter of putting something in price we you know you're going to build on the communication and when you can establish things that they should be allowed access to the children love to sing too many tone today the kids I just used horns in between everything and you know the impact that it has on the list just devastating and as honestly do you believe in there are a lot of famous at the that they do use the children as pawns in that why the some dates that do the same thing today I think as individuals and alums related to play hits out and yeah lowkey communication skills think of communication effective listening and that's something we both agree on ... of this I I //
"2017-10-16 01:48:16"
Johanna Bell: Challenging the Northern Territory's Crocodile Dundee stereotype one story at a time
\\uhhuh what I'm really interested in it uncovering told story engaging //
"2017-10-13 08:02:48"
Why does Donald Trump hate the Iran deal?
\\the 2015 agreements was designed to make it all but impossible for Ron to quickly turn it civilian nuclear program into a military 1 the deal between 6 world powers the E. U. and a run significantly reduces the number of centrifuges Iran has and therefore its capacity to enrich uranium to the level required to Mike the nuclear weapons it also reduces around stock pot of already enriched uranium by 96 percent and limits the nuclear research work that Iran can do the deal also includes an inspection regime to try and ensure compliance in return the U. S. suspended tried and financial sanctions the European Union lifted an oil embargo and other restrictions on doing business with the run embargo in arms and missile technology remains in place for at least the next few years today because American negotiated from a position of strength we have stopped the spread of nuclear weapons its region because of this deal the international community will be able to verify but the Islamic Republic of Iran will not develop a nuclear weapon at the time the Iran deal was widely praised by members purity establishment but opposed by Israeli prime minister been and most Republicans in Congress and Republicans running for the White House who saved it wasn't tough enough including Donald Trump I've been doing deals for a long time I've been making lots of wonderful deals great deals that's what I do never ever ever in my life have I seen any transaction so and competently negotiated as our deal with Iran //
"2017-10-11 21:46:43"
Salman Rushdie on identity politics, trigger warnings and the weirdness of reality
\\how do you use fiction to comment on reality when reality currently same so fantastic yeah well it's it's a bit I mean it's a question I think many of us have been asking ourselves so that are you know I had dinner with Ian McEwan a few nights ago and we were agreeing that if we had written down ... what has really happened in the world and offered it to a publisher is as a as a novel the publisher would have turned it down for being too unbelievable it so that so the truth is stranger than fiction line has never been more true and I think what happens is that writers can perhaps in a way be the truth tellers in a in a moment when there's so much fakery around we mention truce in your answer and you know the subject of truth is so central to this moment do you still have faith in an objective verifiable truth well I think you know there there's always been an argument about the truth you know that of truth is different for different people that that's always been the case ... there's a degree of subjectivity but there are things that are objective there are things and also one of the things that are not so and and I think when we're talking about the very large scale of what of what's happening in the society it's very important I think that people in a in a society have some broad agreement about the nature of reality otherwise otherwise it the year you it's it's a very dangerous thing will do capture in the Gulf and house the sort of topsy turvy ... reality that when living you have this character called the joker he runs for the US president you brought that suddenly lying was funny and hatred was funny and bigotry ... was funny and you know the things that we previously didn't find even remotely amusing yeah I mean it's become very black the comedy in America now and there's a there's a line in the novel where where at one of the characters says that ... it says if DC that's to say comics has taken over DC that's to say Washington ... and as if we are in the business of being ruled by you know by grotesques in cartoons and that's why I you're the words Donald Trump does occur the mobile but there is this trump esque version of Batman's arch enemy instead I just wonder if ridicule is use enough as a weapon because a lot of what we say in politics is genuinely ridiculous and nothing in flames vapor with gigantic a guy's more than being ridiculed well I agree with that and I think actually one of the things that that I admire right now in in America is the way in which comedians are are are doing that the way which ... you know Saturday Night Live and John Oliver and and ... bill Maher and Steven called there Samantha be all these figures of our ... using comedy as a way of getting a I don't you make it quite serious political points but also getting under the skin of a notoriously thin skinned president next year is the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of the satanic verses and yet here we are all these years later in the politics of offense and Islamist extremism a once again I am front and center how do you think things are different now though I well you know what's happened in the last 30 years is that is there is the rise of a the whole wave of of terror attacks which was which was happening in the same way 30 years ago and we have to we have to combat those ... but I also you know I I just think one has to hold on to one 's principles and on us to hold on to the idea that we have the right to talk about whatever we like and criticize as you were saying such a rise of any any form of power with the secular world old theocratic and we just have to push on you personally have had to and you a huge sacrifices in the night that the ladies how does it make you feel in these Diana's just to therefore see American colleges hound out paper with politically incorrect viewpoints award ... this advocacy of cycle trigger warnings yeah I mean I you know I've spoken out against all that stuff I think it's it's pretty absurd on I think you know universities a safe spaces for for 2 months for not safe spaces from fort and ... I also think that it is somewhat exaggerated the amount of the stuff that's going on because you know I've I mean I teach it but at New York University NYU and a nod before that I too was in Atlanta at Emory University and I go around America lecturing at quite a lot of colleges and I look I have literally never encountered what a single student who has talked in this way who has demanded safe spaces or trigger warnings Ole Ole Ole Ole who wants to D. platform people or it's such a so I know there is some of it going on but there's also an enormous amount of the American academy where it doesn't go on and where actually my students when the subjects of brought up a quite a contemptuous of that kind of point of view of so so I think let's not overstate what's going on what do you think about this idea that a person's identity is central to the credibility of their argument what is interesting to me about the subject of identities is first of all that it is so vividly alive in people's minds right now secondly it doesn't mean the same thing everywhere so in in in in in the in India for example which is whether golden's come from originally the subject is really about religious identity when you talk about I did see you're talking about Hindu Muslim issues at in America you're really I'm talking more about race and gender issues and and right at this moment you're talking about actually what is it to be an American in the age of trial what is what is what is what is America what is the America that he wants to make great to get ... and what I worry about is that in all of this in the novel goes into this somewhat is that will be Austin to narrow our identities to define our identities more and more narrowly as of one thing this and not that where is actually anybody who reads novels anybody who loves baubles knows that human beings aren't like that hit the human identity is actually very multiple and complicated and even contradictory and that's what makes us rich characters is what makes us interesting as human beings that we are many things not one is think of people who love novels I think it's fair to say yo my Slav novel is midnight's children how does it make you feel to naive it now it's being read by people who weren't even alive when you write it yeah I mean that's sort of the point of doing this kind of thing I think because I think if you're if you're this my sort of Russia of what you hope to do is to write books that will endure and that will you know if you're lucky outlast you so I mean I think the fact that midnight's children which is whatever it is 36 years old ... is still it has some meaning an interest rate for young people who weren't as you say went to life when I wrote it I mean that feels like the biggest prize of all you know and and and ... you know the one that you the other books which at which a result is that the local BOCES old is that you are beginning to have the same I mean the same experience so if you're the satanic verses which as you said is coming up for 30 it finally allowed to have the ordinary life of a novel and and people couldn't read it as a novel and and discover that they are a lot of people really discovered it's funny one of the things that nobody ever said about that book the time is that it was funny because what happened to it wasn't funny and now people are discovering there's actually many pot many ways quite a comic novel so I mean I love it that my books go on being interesting you know I've it would be very sad to if they would just disappear and be forgotten a great pleasure to speak about union oval thanks so much thank you //
"2017-10-10 23:30:01"
Tracey Ayton set up a swimming academy with a philosophy of inclusion
\\had a passion for teaching children with disabilities boards I wanna make a difference in their lives it's a joy that I feel when I get into the room with them and I see them for the first time experience what the what it can bring to them not I decided not very often yeah yeah dressed plan not well I was blown login failed robot automatic grand really approach many councils we've done everything we can to get some help to do this but now we know that we've got to do it file so we determined to do it and we will do it we haven't started this small to get this big employees and then just pull up stumps because if we lose the rentals of any about thoughts all of that kids it but now it is sweet and I'm not gonna let that happen Nnamdi us macadam office started in my spare room and I just use my holiday pay that I had a crew to finance myself because we had no money running on a car we rejoiced what's going on the team that I have people that have worked with me at the centers that followed and join forces with me so he'd have gone for the sake good affect this is going to be on having this one school that cpas Klay for the children with disabilities Whelahan packs I own 125246 this stuff that he does behind the scenes that grants the fund raising everything we don't see ... is immeasurable swim struck to serve Donna Dawson ... this literally thousands but the set up there everything that makes pricey different she really cares about don't stress that will help get on to them and spare the I have a nice go to the court it my swing schools in my who's I'm really so to really be full of little heroes came along we've sort of given out some children and they were there to be out of line have to swim a lot assume schools might take these children on that we don't turn anyone away if I can give someone that's not able to walk on land the freedom to be able to move in the what I did joy on their prices jocks I'm a Tracy is an incredible woman in the pool teaching the kids she's also training the stuff she is out there talking to politicians trying to do fundraising she's running the it says and she also has her own fan really honestly don't know how she doesn't know hearing the joy turns into that their child could achieve something that possibly that I couldn't ever to soon any different poodles price on a diet DiBiase but compared to what the families of these children then nothing so if we can help a few of this small hurdles to get the feeling inclusive out of fear that policemen we started out on us beach pool and a lot of the kids that we had done it never been to think that's a perception among that's the families had been talking which still to yeah you John I the spotlight shining but also very challenging as well Alice instructions a lot better now what he should yeah to the yeah all over his Hopkins had lost guy he no I mean him now for 26 years removed around 3 chip debate programs again on the beach and obviously that's mainstream and special names to itself 9 try see for the last 4 to 5 years China may have passed since she is about special needs kids what's your house the Comenius saw something that was actually abstaining secret sign much working Sami al is I'm pretty grateful that I've been able to bypass because a lot of people to ever think about what it what do I to be excluded from being able to do something like that when you do gardening hoping someone saw I just think everyone should follow their dreams and not be scared type of sound //
"2017-10-09 19:22:43"
What happens when an Aussie dad and his gay son sit down to talk about same-sex marriage?
\\hi my name is Russell I'm 24 an openly gay and I'm a strong supporter of same sex marriage in when I was Harold same sex marriage my belief is that marriages forum I'm man enough woman do right to get married and have children I so was getting married so important to you married being the operative word he's married because I grow up in a family where my father got married twice and is now very happily married with his current wife and his had a child in that marriage I have grandparents had been married for 60 years who works all 56565 already I got ... who are also very happy and the fact that I get excluded from that socks because as a gay person I come to donate blood without being absent for you with trust me it's not gonna happen I own sire it's like I feel like I should be excluded from being married because of him attract so if you have a sign 6 union sign 6 ... ... what would you want to use it that's a good enough for you Sirach a meeting at a civil union then you marry Tracy eating get a civil union Christians Catholic yeah but you you would have had a civilian cloudy guy hi I this is my wife we had a civil union 2 years ago phase II wonderful civil union fed as I did not sounded silly whether you call it married in your personal life and your personal description yet is fine yet but as I say the letter of the law I just think that married for me is needs to be kept separate from Maine and a woman ... do you think it's fair that you can marry the person you probably not no I think it's it's unfair that you're not allowed to be I legal coupled with your partner yeah I think you should be glad to be with the person that you love yet and they you know I did with that person yeah but marriage for men and women okay but isn't exactly fair that your opinion basically segregate some entire sub group of people and strategize because you denigrate the title for the the marriage like that was under that is for me is why do guy a lesbian and the other sections of the overall and 1 organization need to be labeled with all these 940 libel yourselves being different anyway yeah not decide what's wrong with your union big different thing different thing individual because it didn't but the history behind the whole gay rights movement the LGBTQ community I know it's been a mathematical say but we all have different needs and requirements under the law on medical reasons straight people the majority and I am so if you watch home away name is so if you watch music Clipsal navy's generally all their life in sheets a straight relationship we don't run around going on normal on strike straight you don't need to you have control over the entire planet what got you just blending with everybody else and not be out there and have to prove to everybody better different everybody else why don't want to be better we want to be equal hit me guy couples had since I brought to strike couples why would it matter if I can't use the term marriage being able to marry means that I can go yes I am married and people instantly understand and recognize the whites behind that this is why it's such a hot topic because certainly people have so much love and respect for this debate that we will that this love this site many people these days are choosing not to marry they just that being that my potluck you have the choice to not marry I don't have that choice at all yeah and I I think I should be allowed to have that choice if same sex marriage was legalized would you come to my wedding yes that's pretty sure that's a 10 would you walking down the aisle if you ask me to yeah what at first dance I got debts yeah you're right I wouldn't do you understand why I don't think I people should get married hi no I think you were open and and generation that so didn't have as much acceptance and understanding of gay people like even you I have faced homophobic pulling itself and not having a girlfriend so it was just a part of that culture that you grew up with the times of changed arms so you sort of feel I care little bit challenged and live it of the opinion that you know you can you exist I'm happy did I love you and all that stuff but you should have something that isn't what is my world view at the end of the diets over that government rules yet and I believe that marriage was taken from the church and used by the government because it looked like a pretty good well it and said that's a marriage for me is a is a Christian or a judge would it's just my belief that it's a man and a woman is there a compromise we can agree on yeah that's my opinion yeah we can agree on that I hope to see you happily married happily joined with somebody else one diet whether it be a union if the government decide to be a marriage all support that too but for me unfortunately I cannot bring myself to say that it should be a guy marriage yeah blitz right you can just call it marriage yeah like I'm happily married to a man you're happily married to a woman identity that but that's okay I respected voices it would be nice if a fourth little harder forming it was a lesson you cannot make a decision for me what I should fight for online person I choose to ... my incisions I'm I can live you don't feel compelled to wanna make the world a better place for all your children I feel that the choice you know I have created some great children and very proud of all 3 of us but I have created adults and adults from our money do their own thing and I said you know good enough job Russell for all of us thanks thanks I try but you know like a Russell I will be at your wedding informative walking that off I'll do that yeah I want to see you have been heavily you know I did with your hotline yay //
"2017-10-08 22:23:48"
The Citizenship Seven: How did we get here?
\\the face of 7 senators rests with the 7 justices of the High Court and the decisions are being watched like few others in modern times they had we get here will first stop the former grain senator Scott Ludlam sent his line of dominoes tumbling when he announced he was a kiwi and had to go it was followed shortly after by his grains colleague Larissa voices who discovered she was a Canadian now the greens lawyers argue it's a fair cop they breaks the constitution and should go but they also argue the others involved in this saga should be shown the door as well now remember when the prime minister seized upon these resignations it shows the incredible sloppiness on their part whoops one of his own flock joins the citizenship conga line a short time later I had no knowledge that on myself and become an Italian citizen then the national if later the Dinky di deputy prime minister joined the fright he announced he was a key way because my father was born in New Zealand the deputies deputy Fiona Nash revealed she was a breeze very strange father was born in Scotland and is it citizenship law wasn't nation now the south Australian senator Nick Xenophon discovered he had a we had subclass of U. K. citizenship my father Theo was born in Cyprus when it was on the British occupation the solicitor general's already told the High Court that the arguments in those school cases are so similar one goes older guy but all full maintained I had no way of knowing that stuff down shouldn't be punished rounding out the citizenship 7 is one nation Malcolm rabbits now he argues his case is the strongest of the loss even though he never believed he was a British citizen he took the steps to ask you Kyle Boller sees about his status even if some of those enquiries way comically misguided whatever the decision does on Capitol Hill will be hoping the High Court gives some clarity on how to interpret section 44 the constitution to ensure this parliamentary mess never happens again //
"2017-10-07 00:10:48"
Haley Allan: How a teen-mum-turned-lawyer turned her life around and helped hundreds do the same
\\ncrowd is out playing amazing place we've accompli budding maybe he's saying I would describe padlock as pretty hectic got my black I've got the fun side of volunteering fundraising right several $0 like nonprofit services and even if it's for a serious subject it's still a lot of fun n't and that's what what type I thought way for defensive more fancy plays in my I didn't realize that you could be a lawyer like you can I slightly gliding community like a sentence so FS out of that wasn't the reason behind it it is the reason I stay in the job now either my name is throwing a portal ana and on the manager landed down in this refuge in room 2004 hours 7 days a week agency accommodation to women and families who escaping domestic violence I was actually thankful of the fact that there was someone in this community who has recognized so we do need some assistant here this time to see when she came toilet on line that night that it isn't any sheriff's messy violent scenes kindling it's just such an overwhelmingly complex issue that he saw how to address about power and control which is hopefully there is someone out there that really does care about the women in the family the children and what we do at the refuge I really wanted to creates IE an event that raises money