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News.com.au
No trenches between Aussies: ex-army chiefin different ways but says no one has ever spoken to him about changing the dat
News.com.au / Posted 9 hours ago
in different ways but says no one has ever spoken to him about changing the date. "It never comes up as an issue," he told ABC radio on Friday, insisting education and health were higher priorities. Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
No trenches between Aussies:army chiefin different ways but says no one has ever spoken to him about changing the dat
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
in different ways but says no one has ever spoken to him about changing the date. "It never comes up as an issue," he told ABC radio on Friday, insisting education and health were higher priorities. Indigenous Health Minister Ken Wyatt was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NT Government silent over claims of secret arrangement with NT Newshim to his previous position and remunerate him for lost earnings. The matter
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
him to his previous position and remunerate him for lost earnings. The matter will go before the court on February 5. Disclosure: Mr Walsh has been an observer of ABC Radio Darwin's programs this week. More stories from Northe... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Tour Down Under doctor on the lookout for cyclists who don't sweatRicky and Wes Swindale don't believe Adelaide's hot temperatures will be proble
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
Ricky and Wes Swindale don't believe Adelaide's hot temperatures will be problem for professional cyclists. (ABC Radio Adelaide: Malcolm Sutton) He said he believed the cyclists were "professionals who would cope" with the heat, and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bike polo players saddle up for Hoedown in Ho-townunavoidable. Photo: Falling is common as players have to move quickly with one
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 hours ago
unavoidable. Photo: Falling is common as players have to move quickly with one hand on the bike and one holding a mallet. (ABC Radio Hobart: Carol Rääbus) "It's dangerous for bikes, they tend to get broken, spokes tend to go missing," Mr Ford... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Clip, crop, cat: Regular grooming will have your pet feline fineNorwegian forest cats. "There's just absolutely no way they can look after the
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 hours ago
Norwegian forest cats. "There's just absolutely no way they can look after their coats on their own," Ms Warner told ABC Radio Brisbane's John Taylor. "All they have to use is their tongue and, essentially, a cat is just covering themselves... Read more
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News.com.au
‘The lesbians are making trouble again’Germaine Greer speaks on ABC radio about the feminist revolution that is the #M
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Germaine Greer speaks on ABC radio about the feminist revolution that is the #Metoo movement. The Chinese movement was inspired by the #MeToo campaign. Source: AFP PHOTO / Bertrand Guay.Source:AFP CHINESE women are risking everything to speak out... Read more
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Canberra Times
Most don't care when Australia Day is held, poll findsthink it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
think it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo the Southern Cross on your neck," she told ABC radio. But Ms Burney – a shadow minister and the first Indigenous woman elected to Federal Parliament's lower house –... Read more
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Junkee
Cory Bernardi Reckons Savage Garden And The Hilltop Hoods Should 'Thank' Himthis is Australia and our politicians love to spend their time warring with pop
Junkee / Posted yesterday
this is Australia and our politicians love to spend their time warring with popular local musicians. In an interview with ABC Radio National he said the reaction from musicians was “intolerant censorship” and that “all Australians” should be... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW coal mine approval a ‘cop out’it is a fair point to say any mining or any development of this significance wi
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
it is a fair point to say any mining or any development of this significance will have an impact," Mr McDonald told ABC Radio on Thursday. Australian Coal Alliance spokesperson Steve Phillips says the government needs to do all the studies... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sky's the limit for Aussie teenage drone racing world championall that kind of thing, but then it's three-dimensional also. So you can be goi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
all that kind of thing, but then it's three-dimensional also. So you can be going up, down, changing everything," he told ABC Radio Melbourne. "It really becomes this game of managing a 3D air space and the energy that your quad [drone] has, and... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Japanese forces could return to DarwinJustin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
Justin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the work that our officials are doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distant future,” Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wedn... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Japanese forces could return to DarwinJustin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Justin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the work that our officials are doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distant future,” Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wedn... Read more
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Herald Sun
Japanese forces could return to DarwinJustin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Justin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the work that our officials are doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distant future,” Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wedn... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Japanese forces could return to DarwinJustin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
Justin Trudeau failed to show up to a critical meeting. “I’m hopeful that the work that our officials are doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distant future,” Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wedn... Read more
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News.com.au
Japanese forces could return to Darwinare doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distan
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
are doing, that we can get Canada ... to the finish line, in the not too distant future,” Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wednesday. A still from the holographic experience Wartime Darwin that brings the bombing of Darwin to life... Read more
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News.com.au
Explosive Trump book set for Hollywoodthat person will have meaningful recourse in our courts,” Trump said in a state
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
that person will have meaningful recourse in our courts,” Trump said in a statement. Radio National had a heated interview with Michael Wolff, author of the Donald Trump bombshell book Fire and Fury. Credit: ABC Radio trending in ente... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Steep learning curve for husband-wife teachers at remote schoolhim for the school environment he encountered. "I went up there thinking I was
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
him for the school environment he encountered. "I went up there thinking I was well equipped to deal with this," he told ABC Radio Brisbane's Terri Begley. "I knew it would be a little difficult, but I can tell you, there were some days when I... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Twitter helps mum convince 4yo that 'girls can drive trains too'driver for my daughter to meet because apparently 'only boys drive trains'. Any
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
driver for my daughter to meet because apparently 'only boys drive trains'. Any leads? Her tweet caught the attention of ABC Radio Melbourne staff, who worked with Metro Trains Melbourne to introduce Philippa to female train driver Anita Sawyer... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Japan, Australia to ramp up defence tiesare doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
are doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant future," Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wednesday. But getting Canada to return to the TPP party just got more difficult as Canberra uncorks a wine war... Read more
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News.com.au
Japan, Australia to ramp up defence tiesare doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
are doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant future," Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wednesday. But getting Canada to return to the TPP party just got more difficult as Canberra uncorks a wine war... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Opera singer Eve Klein using laryngoscope to reveal inner workings to audiencesabout how the voice works and in order to have a voice that sounds like that, i
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
about how the voice works and in order to have a voice that sounds like that, it is about 10 years of training," she told ABC Radio Hobart. "So I have dived down that rabbit hole of voice and how you train it and what it means." "As a singer we... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Japan, Australia to ramp up defence tiesare doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
are doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant future," Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wednesday. But getting Canada to return to the TPP party just got more difficult as Canberra uncorks a wine war... Read more
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News.com.au
Japan, Australia to ramp up defence tiesare doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
are doing, that we can get Canada... to the finish line, in the not too distant future," Trade Minister Steve Ciobo told ABC Radio on Wednesday. But getting Canada to return to the TPP party just got more difficult as Canberra uncorks a wine war... Read more
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International Business Times
Truckers should be given electric shocks to stop them falling asleep, says Australian MP one of whom was just 19, were trapped inside the wreckage for four hours, accor
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
one of whom was just 19, were trapped inside the wreckage for four hours, according to news.com.au. Pavey spoke to ABC radio on Wednesday (16 January) and said it was time to let technology help. "The technology now is so advanced, a driver... Read more
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The Age
Most don't care when Australia Day is held, poll findsthink it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
think it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo the Southern Cross on your neck," she told ABC radio. But Ms Burney – a shadow minister and the first Indigenous woman elected to Federal Parliament's lower house –... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Most don't care when Australia Day is held, poll findsthink it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
think it makes you any more Australian if you wrap a flag around you and tattoo the Southern Cross on your neck," she told ABC radio. But Ms Burney – a shadow minister and the first Indigenous woman elected to Federal Parliament's lower house –... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
What ћ? The perils of trying to tinker with Englisha research fellow at the Centre for Educational Innovation and Technology. Ever
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
a research fellow at the Centre for Educational Innovation and Technology. Every week he answers language queries on ABC Radio in Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory, and writes a weekly column on language called "The Word"... Read more
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News.com.au
Plan to ‘electrocute’ drowsy drivers slammedNewell Highway north of Dubbo when a truck ploughed into stationary vehicles. P
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Newell Highway north of Dubbo when a truck ploughed into stationary vehicles. Picture: FacebookSource:Facebook Talking to ABC radio on Wednesday morning, Ms Pavey said consideration should be given to in-cab devices that could recognise when a... Read more
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Junkee
The NSW Roads Minister Suggested Electrocuting Truck Drivers Was A Solution To Road Fatalitiesan electric shock to truck drivers who look away from the road. Yes, you read
Junkee / Posted 2 days ago
an electric shock to truck drivers who look away from the road. Yes, you read that right. In an interview broadcast on an ABC Radio News bulletin this morning, Pavey said “technology will be key to stopping further deaths and injury” on the road,... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia uncorks wine war with CanadaAustralia's $200 million share in the Canadian market is eroding. "Potentially
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
Australia's $200 million share in the Canadian market is eroding. "Potentially this could cost Australian jobs," he told ABC radio on Wednesday. "I want to make sure we're on the front foot about protecting Australia's interests." Mr Ciobo... Read more
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TheBull
Australia uncorks wine war with CanadaAustralia's $200 million share in the Canadian market is eroding. "Potentially
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
Australia's $200 million share in the Canadian market is eroding. "Potentially this could cost Australian jobs," he told ABC radio on Wednesday. "I want to make sure we're on the front foot about protecting Australia's interests." Mr Ciobo... Read more
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TheBull
Australia takes Canada to WTO over 'wine discrimination'fact is we have continued to see an erosion of, for lack of a better term, libe
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
fact is we have continued to see an erosion of, for lack of a better term, liberalised market access into Canada," he told ABC Radio Wednesday. The trade dispute came a day before Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meets with his Japanese... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the ev
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 2 days ago
delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the evidence that we have at the moment,” he told ABC radio. Senator Patrick, who served as a Royal Australian Navy submariner, said military insiders had privately conceded... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the ev
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the evidence that we have at the moment,” he told ABC radio. Senator Patrick, who served as a Royal Australian Navy submariner, said military insiders had privately conceded... Read more
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News.com.au
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the ev
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the evidence that we have at the moment,” he told ABC radio. Australia’s Future Submarine program needs a big fix according to Senator Rex Patrick. Picture: AFP.Source:News... Read more
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Herald Sun
Submarine program ‘faces $2bn blowout’delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the ev
Herald Sun / Posted 2 days ago
delays, they cascade through — it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the evidence that we have at the moment,” he told ABC radio. Senator Patrick, who served as a Royal Australian Navy submariner, said military insiders had privately conceded... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Big risks faced by CareFlight pilots in the wet seasonNorthern Territory. Photo: Craig Gibbons says dealing with thunderstorms is a
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Northern Territory. Photo: Craig Gibbons says dealing with thunderstorms is a daily aspect of flying in the wet season. (ABC Radio Darwin: Jesse Thompson) In the jurisdiction's top half, the government contracts CareFlight to run its aeromedical... Read more
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TheBull
Aust launches wine trade fight with Canadasays Australia is seeing its share in the Canadian market erode. "Potentially
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
says Australia is seeing its share in the Canadian market erode. "Potentially this could cost Australian jobs," he told ABC radio on Wednesday. "I want to make sure we're on the front foot about protecting Australia's interests." Mr Ciobo... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Road trip with Instafamous cat becomes part of 10-year journeysound so crazy now." Photo: Willow was adopted from a cat rescue shelter befor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
sound so crazy now." Photo: Willow was adopted from a cat rescue shelter before she became a famous travelling cat. (ABC Radio Hobart: Carol Rääbus) Mr East arrived back in Tasmania before Christmas and spent time with family and friends,... Read more
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News.com.au
Senator warns of submarine program blowoutthat the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion p
News.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
that the project is running across three to four decades and is a $50 billion program, these sorts of delays, they cascade through -- it could be a $1 to $2 billion blowout on the evidence that we have at the moment," he told ABC radio on Wedne... Read more
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The North West Star
Brisbane council opposition 'happy' to shift Australia Day, but not on its ownbecause someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automa
The North West Star / Posted 3 days ago
because someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automatically meant they're a racist," Cr Sri told ABC Radio Brisbane. "I think most people that celebrate on the 26th of January say they're celebrating the positive aspects... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brisbane council opposition 'happy' to shift Australia Day, but not on its ownbecause someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automa
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
because someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automatically meant they’re a racist,” Cr Sri told ABC Radio Brisbane. “I think most people that celebrate on the 26th of January say they’re celebrating the positive aspects... Read more
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The Age
Brisbane council opposition 'happy' to shift Australia Day, but not on its ownbecause someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automa
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
because someone rocks up to a party or a celebration on invasion day, it automatically meant they’re a racist,” Cr Sri told ABC Radio Brisbane. “I think most people that celebrate on the 26th of January say they’re celebrating the positive aspects... Read more
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Mumbrella
ABC launches regional current affairs program, Australia Wideaffecting rural and regional Australia. It will be replayed to national and in
Mumbrella / Posted 3 days ago
affecting rural and regional Australia. It will be replayed to national and international audiences on Radio National and ABC Radio Australia each weeknight at 7.35pm. “The launch of Australia Wide gives those living in local communities a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Octopus clutching at straws shows how much plastic pollution sucksCove. "On one of our dives we actually found an octopus holding four straws in
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
Cove. "On one of our dives we actually found an octopus holding four straws in its tentacles," she told Josh Szeps on ABC Radio Sydney.Clutching at plastic straws Ms Spark was alarmed at the amount of straws found in the cove and started... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Perth's apartment phobia is put under a microscopehouses. The block is just 700 metres from a train station and close to major b
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
houses. The block is just 700 metres from a train station and close to major bus routes. But resident Susan Piper told ABC Radio Perth Drive the development did not fit in with the urban landscape of the area. "I think if it had been a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Feral camels tamed for new Perth city tourism ventureheard Perth was about to get a glut of new hotel rooms and tourists in the city
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
heard Perth was about to get a glut of new hotel rooms and tourists in the city would need something to do. Mr Warren told ABC Radio Perth that camels formed a big part of Western Australia's heritage. "Obviously they are iconic in Broome," he... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The science behind stunning sunsets and rainbows between cloudsSo what's behind the rainbow in the clouds? The answer to Sunday's rainbow clo
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
So what's behind the rainbow in the clouds? The answer to Sunday's rainbow cloud came from talkback caller Mick, who told ABC Radio Darwin's Richard Margetson that such occurrences were somewhat common but fleeting in Darwin's skies. Photo:... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Greens aim to change Australia Day, one council at a timecouncillors right across the country and we're making sure this is a conversati
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
councillors right across the country and we're making sure this is a conversation the entire community engages in," he told ABC Radio Melbourne. "It's got to be done at a grassroots level, working through local government. "We've already been... Read more
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