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ABC radio news and current affairs afternoon program reporting on Australia and the world.

Episodios

  • TUE 12 MAY – Why recovery hopes for sick economy could be optimistic

    TUE 12 MAY – Why recovery hopes for sick economy could be optimistic

    12/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Treasurer’s suffered a coughing fit during a speech highlighting sickness in Australia's economy, we'll hear why the government's hopes for the recovery might be optimistic; and employment lawyers say workers who've been stood down during the COVID-19 pandemic may have been cheated out of redundancy payments;

  • MON 11 MAY – JobKeeper ‘adjustments’ possible, some lobby for winding back

    MON 11 MAY – JobKeeper ‘adjustments’ possible, some lobby for winding back

    11/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Prime Minister has fed speculation about the future of the JobKeeper wage subsidy payment, by talking about future adjustments to the scheme; and in Britain, 90 per cent of doctors who've died during the pandemic were from ethnically diverse backgrounds.

  • FRI 8 MAY – Morrison’s roadmap for July re-opening

    FRI 8 MAY – Morrison’s roadmap for July re-opening

    08/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Prime Minister’s revealed a three-step process to re-open the economy by July, but the decisions will be made by the states, and some say they're not going to go too fast; and out of work but not out of ideas - aspiring writers are using the coronavirus isolation to work on the book they always had in them.

  • THU 7 MAY – What George Pell knew about clerical sexual abuse

    THU 7 MAY – What George Pell knew about clerical sexual abuse

    07/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Previously secret findings suggest Australia's most senior Catholic knew more about clerical sexual abuse than he admitted to the Royal Commission; and a retirement disaster looming, with research showing most Australians under the age of 60 will be renting by 2040.

  • WED 6 MAY – Coalition by-election disarray as Constance quits race

    WED 6 MAY – Coalition by-election disarray as Constance quits race

    06/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Coalition parties are without an Eden-Monaro by-election candidate after NSW Minister Andrew Constance pulled out a day after saying he’d run; and an Alice Springs boarding school has become a TV studio, as teachers record lessons for students isolating in remote communities.

  • TUE 5 MAY – COVID-19 cost sparks back to work push

    TUE 5 MAY – COVID-19 cost sparks back to work push

    05/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Getting people back to work is top of the National Cabinet’s agenda as the cost of coronavirus restrictions is put at $4bn a week; and a New South Wales health official has shed tears at the inquiry into the Ruby Princess, apologising for the department's handling of the virus stricken cruise ship.

  • MON 4 MAY – Future vaccine to be tailored for older people

    MON 4 MAY – Future vaccine to be tailored for older people

    04/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    Australian researchers explain how they’ll need to tailor any future coronavirus vaccine before giving it to some older people; and the Trump administration keeps fuelling claims the pandemic virus escaped a Chinese lab, but a virologist tells PM the probability of that happening is ‘miniscule’.

  • FRI 1 MAY - COVID-19 restrictions could lift early if more download app

    FRI 1 MAY - COVID-19 restrictions could lift early if more download app

    01/05/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Prime Minister says nationwide pandemic restrictions could well be eased in a week from now, but only if more people download the COVIDSafe app.

  • THU 30 APR - NT eases COVID-19 restrictions

    THU 30 APR - NT eases COVID-19 restrictions

    30/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Promising signs the ebola drug Remdesivir could help patients recover from COVID-19, but warnings that it's no substitute for social distancing; New bank data shows Australians are spending more money gambling online during this crisis; And as millions of Australians download the COVIDSafe app, some diabetics are removing it because it's interfering with a life-saving health device.

  • WED 29 APRIL - China Australia relations under pressure

    WED 29 APRIL - China Australia relations under pressure

    29/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Calls to major mental health hotlines spike as Australians try to untangle a web of complex anxieties in the pandemic; And the operator of a Sydney aged care home is under fire over its handling of a coronavirus outbreak.

  • TUES 28 APR - Covid restrictions eased in NZ

    TUES 28 APR - Covid restrictions eased in NZ

    28/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    With just one new case of community transmission across Australia in the last 24 hours, people are hoping for more easing of coronavirus restrictions; New Zealand is loosening their lockdown, with only a handful of Covid patients in hospital, and hardly any more cases; And how will Australia's coronavirus work-from-home experiment transform the workplace as we know it?

  • COVID-19 possibly eliminated in some areas app critics call for source code

    COVID-19 possibly eliminated in some areas; app critics call for source code

    27/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    PM covers a broad spectrum of issues relevant to all sections of Australia's diverse community.

  • FRI 24 APR: Confusion over school return

    FRI 24 APR: Confusion over school return

    24/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Government has declared schools won't be held to social distancing measures but confusion still reigns among parents about when their kids will return.

  • THU 23 APR – Banks to bridge JobKeeper gap

    THU 23 APR – Banks to bridge JobKeeper gap

    23/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Businesses are still waiting for JobKeeper payments, so in the meantime, the government’s urging them to call on banks for bridging finance; and where did the coronavirus come from? A wildlife disease ecologist urges us to pause before blaming bats.

  • WED 22 APR – Australia splurges on cheap oil

    WED 22 APR – Australia splurges on cheap oil

    22/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Australia’s buying oil to bolster its strategic reserve while prices are the lowest they've ever been, but it'll be stored in the United States; and the coronavirus has thrived on cruise ships, so what's the industry's future?

  • TUE 21 APR – Surgery surge as virus fears ease

    TUE 21 APR – Surgery surge as virus fears ease

    21/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Hospitals are preparing for more surgeries, as some coronavirus restrictions start to ease, but the excruciating wait continues for transplant recipients; and Virgin Australia's future is in doubt, reminding people in regional Australia just how reliant they are on a competitive aviation sector.

  • MON 20 APR – Fewer cases, but restrictions remain

    MON 20 APR – Fewer cases, but restrictions remain

    20/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    Some Australian states record no new cases of COVID-19, but despite the good news, health experts urge caution about talk of lifting restrictions; and will Facebook and Google submit to government plans that could see them handing over millions of dollars to traditional media?

  • FRI 17 APR – Morrison doesn’t rule out compulsory tracking app

    FRI 17 APR – Morrison doesn’t rule out compulsory tracking app

    17/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    The Prime Minister accuses an infected aged care worker of dishonesty about their contacts, he thinks it bolsters the case for Australians to have their contacts tracked; and there's a musical revolution at home, as aspiring performers buy instruments and take lessons in their spare time.

  • THU 16 APR – Four week plan ahead of restrictions review

    THU 16 APR – Four week plan ahead of restrictions review

    16/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    We face at least four more weeks of the current coronavirus restrictions, but hope lies ahead, if we can meet new testing, tracing and local response goals; and we focus on one job not going away any time soon… Garbage collectors have no choice but to get out there in the community, and they're playing a vital role.

  • WED 15 APR – Mobile tracking app to record interactions

    WED 15 APR – Mobile tracking app to record interactions

    15/04/2020 Duración: 30min

    A mobile tracking app raises concerns about state surveillance; And the US President's lashed out at the World Health Organisation.

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