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Vurbl All The News You Need Vurbl News documents some of the most important news stories from the 20th century, including the moon landing, World Wars, important moments in politics and the civil rights movement, and much more. Dive into our nation's history by listening to some of the most iconic radio broadcasts and interviews that now serve as a preview of the past.

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Pod Save the World “Pod Save America” cohost Tommy Vietor thought foreign policy was boring and complicated until he got the education of a lifetime working for President Obama’s National Security Council. On “Pod Save the World,” he and former deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes break down the latest developments and bring you behind the scenes with the people who were there. New episodes every Wednesday.
World News Tonight with David Muir With unparalleled resources, World News Tonight with David Muir provides the latest information and analysis of major events from around the country and the world.
Worldly We live in a confusing time, bombarded every day with news from around the world that can be hard to follow, or fully understand. Let Worldly be your guide. Every Thursday, senior writer Zack Beauchamp, senior foreign editor Jennifer Williams, and staff defense writer Alex Ward give you the history and context you need to make sense of the moment and navigate the world around you. Produced by Vox and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

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Full Episode: Saturday, April 15, 2023 Nationwide protests over access to an abortion drug, now in the hands of the Supreme Court; Three Americans are missing at sea, as the U.S. Coast Guard and Mexican Navy search; Today marks ten years since the deadly Boston Marathon Bombing Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Full Episode: Tuesday, April 18, 2023 FOX News settles Dominion defamation suit; Parking garage collapse in lower Manhattan kills one; Mistaken address shooter surrenders to police. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Full Episode: Wednesday, April 19, 2023 Man shot 2 cheerleaders after one mistakenly got in his car: Police; Supreme Court extends stay on abortion pill ruling; South Sudan on the brink of famine. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Full Episode: Monday, April 17, 2023 Charges filed after teen shot going to wrong address; The deadly sweet 16 birthday party shooting; And the latest on the FOX News trial drama. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
04/12/2023 | World News Round Up Defense Secretary vows to leave no stone unturned in the search for a Pentagon leaker. NY district attorney takes on House Republican over Trump indictment. Louisville body cam video released. CBS News Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/12/2023 | World News Round Up Late Edition A second expelled lawmaker has been reinstated to the Tennessee house. Louisville mass shooting 911 calls released, and concerned Indiana evacuees after an industrial fire.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/13/2023 | World News Round Up Appeals court preserves access to abortion pill for now, but adds a limitation. Mourning the victims in Louisville. Flooded in Florida. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/14/2023 | World News Round Up Suspect in Pentagon leak case due in court. Questions over Justice Thomas's real estate sales. High water rescues in Florida. CBS News Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/14/2023 | World News Round Up Late Edition Accused leaker of military documents appeared in federal court in Boston. The Supreme Court is expected to weigh in next week on the abortion pill.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/15/23 | Pentagon Leak, Florida Abortion, Diversity & A.I. On the "CBS News Weekend Roundup"" host Allison Keyes begins with new details from CBS's Catherine Herridge on the probe into those leaked classified documents at the Pentagon, and the arrest of a suspect. We'll also have the latest battle over abortion rights. In the "Kaleidoscope with Allison Keyes" segment, a discussion about Artificial Intelligence and diversity as Levi's gets a backlash over a decision to use computer-generated models of color rather than hiring real people.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/17/2023 | World News Round Up Anger and heartbreak after Alabama sweet 16 shooting. Teen shot after knocking on the wrong door. Marathon Monday 10 years after the bombing. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/17/2023 | World News Round Up Late Edition Deadly Alabama shooting. Teen shot after knocking on the wrong door. Television and film writers set to go on strike. CBS News Correspondent Jennifer Keiper has tonight's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/18/2023 | World News Round Up A young woman is killed after pulling into the wrong driveway. Charges are filed in a similar case in Kansas City. No charges in Ohio police killing. Putin visits Ukraine. CBS News Correspondent Steve Kathan has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
S9E5: Adrenal Cushing’s: a conversation Listen to this fascinating discussion of adrenal Cushing's or hypercortisolism as Dr. Lewis Blevins walks us through the disease's characteristics, biochemistry, and treatment options. In the talk, he focuses on different conditions, including adrenal adenomas, adrenal cancer, adrenal hyperplasia, and other related diseases like Carney Complex and McCune-Albright syndrome. Dr. Blevins also focuses on other situations where unrelated reasons lead to discovering adrenal adenomas or mild adrenal hyperplasia, resulting in pathological cortisol secretion. Finally, he closes the discussion with two recent cases from his practice that illustrate the issues related to these conditions.
S9E6: Two Cushing cases and a forward look With today's podcasts from this week's live-talk show, Dr. Blevins recaps our content dedicated to Global Cushing's month with a talk about two fascinating recent Cushing cases from his practice. He also touches on some very interesting caveats about thyroid hormone replacement. Then, after a surprise musical interlude (you'll have to listen to find out), we discuss the current social media challenges and look at what's coming to Pituitary World News. Don't miss the discussion, and don't forget to subscribe here so you can receive notifications whenever we publish a new article or a podcast.
Episode 285 – Trouble in Paradise The Core World News Team discusses Chapters 21 and 22 of The Mandalorian. In their discussion of Chapter 21: The Pirate, the team talks about their desire to live out their days on Adelphi Station, the shortcomings of the New Republic and the differing motivations of each Mandalorian as this covert searches for their place in the galaxy
In their coverage of Chapter 22: Guns for Hire, the crew chats about the brilliant political and social commentary on display in the episode, the incredible casting and lots on Bo's rise to leadership and how this could all be table setting for Thrawn…
Episode 286 – Plo’s Bros The CWN team chats about all the latest Star Wars news before diving into their coverage of the final two episodes of the Bad Batch season 2.
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Episode 287 – The Dawn of Thrawn The Core World News team discuss all the latest film announcements, streaming shows and interviews transmitting from Star Wars Celebration 2023! 
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Episode 288 – Post Vizsla The Core World News team review Chapter 23 of The Mandalorian and dive into the recently completed comic series, Star Wars: The High Republic – The Blade! Stay tuned, leave a review and follow us on instagram or twitter to get the latest updates on events and live shows!
04/10/2023 | World News Round Up Assessing damage from leaked Pentagon documents. Conflicting court rulings on medical abortion. Ousted TN lawmaker could be reinstated today. CBS News Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/10/2023 | World News Round Up Late Edition Deadly shooting in Louisville. Expelled Tennessee lawmaker returns. Court battle over abortion pill. CBS News Correspondent Jennifer Keiper has tonight's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/11/2023 | World News Round Up Trying to heal in Louisville after five are killed in a mass shooting. Ousted TN lawmaker reinstated. FBI warns about public charging stations. CBS News Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez has today's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
04/11/2023 | World News Round Up Late Edition Body cam video released from deadly shooting in Louisville. Tennessee Governor calls for gun legislation. President Biden in Northern Ireland. CBS News Correspondent Jennifer Keiper has tonight's World News Roundup.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
Full Episode: Friday, April 7, 2023 In this week’s episode: former President Donald Trump pleads not guilty to dozens of charges, Tennessee Republicans expel two Democratic lawmakers over protests, Wisconsin voters elect a liberal State Supreme Court justice, more violence in Israel and controversy over a hand gesture at the Women’s College Basketball Championship. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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Nashville School Shooting and the Narrative that Doesn’t Fit -World News Brief Ep 96 In this week’s episode of World News Brief, host Bob Siegel talks about the murder of three students and three staff at a private Christian elementary school, how quick the left tries to politicize the event, and how they seem to be in a quandary over descriptions of the shooter.
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Toto… We’re not in Kansas Anymore – World News Brief Ep 97 Join this week’s host Chris Graham as he discusses Trump’s indictment, the history of Banana Republics, and how to avoid being played in these tumultuous times.
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Just Giving People Money is Really Effective at Ending Extreme Poverty. So Why Aren't Big Aid Agencies Embracing Cash Transfers? | Rory Stewart My guest today Rory Stewart is an author, former diplomat and politician who served as the United Kingdom's Secretary of State for International Development. He is currently the CEO of Give Directly, an international NGO that specializes in no-strings attached cash transfers. This includes to people impacted by sudden onset crises and as a tool to provide basic income for people living in extreme poverty.  When we caught up, Rory Stewart had just returned from the earthquake affected areas of southern Turkey where Give Directly has a program to support small business owners impacted by the earthquake. We discuss the value and utility of conditionless cash transfers in emergency situations before transitioning to a longer conversation about the potential role that such cash transfers can play in reducing endemic extreme poverty around the world.  As we discuss, this is an empircally effetive way to combat extreme poverty, but it is not yet widely adopted by major donor governments, for reasons he explains.
These Are the Major Global Demographic Trends as the World Population Hits 8 Billion On November 15, the world population officially surpassed 8 billion people, according to United Nations estimates. The milestone was reached just 12 years after the world marked 7 billion people, and it is projected that global population will hit 9 billion people by 2037 So what are the key demographic trends driving population growth? Where is population growing fastest? Where is it declining? And what do the age structures of populations around the world tell us about the future of our planet? To answer these questions, we are joined by John Wilmoth, head of the Population Division at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social affairs.  We kick off with a brief history of population growth and with a discussion of the so-called demographic transition, which is the long process in which populations steadily live longer and have few children.
Two Outbreaks of the Ebola-like Marburg Virus Have the Global Health Community on Edge At time of recording, there are two ongoing outbreaks of Marburg Virus Disease, one in Tanzania and the other in Equatorial Guinea. Marburg is in the same family of diseases as Ebola and is extremely deadly, with a case-to-fatality ratio of up to 88%. Humans can become infected through contact with fruit bats, and like ebola, Marburg is transmissible between humans through contact with bodily fluids.  joining me to discuss these outbreaks is Dele Ogunseitan, a professor of population, health and disease prevention at the University of California Irvine and a Visiting professor at Stanford University's Center for Innovation in Global Health. He also leads the training and empowerment objective for a USAID project called One Health Workforce Next Generation.  We kick off discussing the history of Marburg before having a longer discussion about these two outbreaks and what can be done to stop Marburg from spreading further.
Why would a collapse of Antarctic deep ocean circulation be a global threat? Humans depend on the life produced in the planet's oceans. But new scientific modelling shows the oceans' capacity to sustain those necessary marine resources faces a new threat – and very soon. A new Australian study has found the deep ocean circulation that forms around Antarctica could be headed for collapse over the next three decades, bringing with it significant implications for the oceans, marine ecosystems and the climate for centuries to come.
Despite living for years in Australia, thousands of asylum seekers remain in limbo A month after the Federal Government announced a pathway to permanency for 19,000 refugees on temporary visas, 12,000 other asylum seekers remain in limbo. There are growing calls for Labor to abolish the system that rejected their claims for protection and replace it with a fairer, more robust authority. It comes as Labor vows to replace the umbrella authority that deals with rejected asylum seekers by the end of the year.
Relations with China in spotlight as country hosts major Asian economic forum China is hosting its Asian neighbours in a major business and economic forum, with key players weighing in on the world's standing with Beijing. Leaders in government, business and academia – including Australian delegates – are in attendance at the 2023 Boao Forum for Asia's annual conference, on the southernmost island of Hainan.
Australia wants to recruit an extra 125,000 bone marrow donors There are calls to increase the number of bone marrow donors in Australia to provide life-saving stem cells for those diagnosed with blood cancer. Federal MPs from across the political spectrum have demonstrated bipartisan support for additional funding to increase the recruitment drive for donors.
'Simply about survival': ACTU wants a 7 per cent rise for the lowest-paid workers The trade union movement is calling for Australia's lowest paid workers to get a pay rise of 7 per cent. The unions want to see a significant increase to the minimum wage because high inflation is contributing to the cost of living crisis. Treasurer Jim Chalmers supports an increase but won't put a figure on it while others argue lifting the minimum wage could make things worse.
SBS On the Money: Bank impersonation scams are rising, and becoming more sophisticated Bank impersonation scams are on the rise, with the ACCC saying victims lost more than $20 million last year. Ben Terry speaks with ACCC Deputy Chair Catriona Lowe to find out how you can identify a bank impersonation scam and what you can do about it. Plus, SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Jody Fitzgerald from Morningstar on the day's market action, including her thoughts on the direction of local interest rates and dividends.
'Difficult' Indigenous elder gets apology over Obama snub Organisers of a Barack Obama event in Melbourne have apologised to a senior Aboriginal elder after removing her from a Welcome to Country ceremony for the former US president in the hours before the event. An Aboriginal cultural heritage group says the incident should serve as a reminder to engage in meaningful relationships with First Nations people.
Legislation introduced to trigger Voice to Parliament referendum A bill that will allow for the Voice to Parliament referendum to proceed has been introduced into the House of Representatives in Canberra. The Constitution Alteration Bill will enable the referendum to be held for people to vote on whether or not to enshrine a proposed Voice to Parliament into the constitution and formally recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the First Peoples of Australia.
Can you spot a 'deepfake'? Leading computer scientists are expressing alarm about the rapid rise of Artificial Intelligence. The swiftly evolving technology is increasingly able to produce fake images that look lifelike, and have fooled many online.
Donald Trump defiant after becoming first former US president to face criminal charges Donald Trump has reacted with defiance after he became the first former president in the United States to face criminal charges. A Manhattan grand jury has voted to indict the 76-year-old for his alleged role in paying hush money to a porn star just before the 2016 presidential election.
NATO on alert in eastern Europe as Ukraine war passes 400 days With the war in Ukraine now 400 days old, NATO forces remain alert in Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, Russia and the United States are embroiled with the arrest of a US journalist in Russia on charges of spying, and suspicions that Moscow is attempting to source weapons in North Korea.
Albanese backs pay increase for low paid workers The federal government has recommended Australia's lowest paid workers be given a wage increase but has fallen short of suggesting it be increased in line with inflation.
Vatican rejects 'Doctrine of Discovery' used to justify colonialism The Vatican has formally rejected the historical 'Doctrine of Discovery' used to justify the colonial-era seizure of lands. During a speech, Pope Francis acknowledged the historical struggles many Indigenous nations experienced across the world.
New gut health cookbook aims to help Australians using low FODMAP approach A new resource has been launched to help those suffering from a gut health condition known as Irritable Bowel Syndrome or IBS. Around one in five Australians experience symptoms of IBS with younger people and women more affected.
Kinahoi turned his life around after personal tragedy. Here's how he is giving back Youth advocates are warning of a worsening housing crisis for young Australians, as living costs soar. One entrepreneur who spent time on the streets and later in juvenile detention centres, is now mentoring youth at risk.
Can Donald Trump still run for US president in 2024 after being indicted? Details of the criminal charges against Donald Trump are set to be revealed in his first court appearance next week. It is the first time a former US president has faced criminal charges. The legal case comes as Trump is a few months into his third run for presidency.
High stakes for Peter Dutton in Aston byelection The count for the Aston byelection has begun, with the Liberal party hoping for a decisive victory in their once-safe seat. The federal byelection, triggered by former minister Alan Tudge's resignation, is being seen as a first test for Peter Dutton's leadership.
Women Making Waves: A deep dive with Surf Ghana founder Sandy Alibo Women across the world are leading a movement for greater recognition in board sports. This is our deep dive with founder of Surf Ghana collective Sandy Alibo. Sandy shares her story of establishing the skate and surf collective in the West African country, creating a space for women and young girls to thrive in their sport.
Labor claims historic Aston by-election win Labor has secured a once-in-a-century victory in Melbourne's outer eastern suburban seat of Aston, with Mary Doyle claiming the win over Liberal candidate Roshena Campbell. Questions are now being raised about what this loss means for the future of Peter Dutton's leadership of the Coalition, and whether the party needs a re-brand.
"Australia has failed you": protesters rally for refugee rights Thousands of protesters have gathered across the country for Palm Sunday rallies in support of asylum seekers and refugees. They are calling for those facing an uncertain future on bridging visas to be granted permanent residency. Protesters were also demanding the end of off-shore detention.
Observing Ramadan as Australia's first Afghan-born, hijab-wearing federal politician Australia's first hijab-wearing senator is observing Ramadan for the first time in federal parliament. Fatima Payman says fasting is not been a deterrent to her job serving the state of Western Australia in the nation's capital.
Indigenous leader Yunupingu dies aged 74 A trail-blazing giant of the Aboriginal land rights movement has died. The 74-year-old passed away at his northeast Arnhem Land home in the Northern Territory after a long battle with illness. The family of Yunupingu has given permission to use his last name.
Finland's main conservative party claims victory in tight race Sanna Marin's tenure as Prime Minister of Finland is very likely over. Her party has only finished third in the country's general election, and will likely have to settle for, at best, being a minority partner in any governing coalition.
Cafe bomb kills pro-war blogger in St Petersburg Pro-Russian forces have honoured the life of Russian military blogger, Vladlen Tatarsky, who was killed in an explosion at a cafe in St Petersburg. The Wagner mercenary group has raised Russian flags in the eastern city of Bakhmut featuring Mr Tatarsky's name.
Migrant patients impacted by closure of more GP clinics across Australia More than 60 GP practices across Australia have been forced to close in the last four years, according to the largest body representing family doctors. Royal Australian College of General Practitioners says the closures have been caused by a number of factors, including a lack of Medicare funding and workforce shortages.
SBS On the Money: Home values rise despite higher interest rates Home values rose 0.6 per cent in March despite higher interest rates. Rhayna Bosch speaks with Tim Lawless from CoreLogic to explain why along with the future direction of house prices. Plus, SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves discusses the latest moves by OPEC+ to restrict supply with SPI Asset Management's Stephen Innes while Elio D'Amato from Stockopedia goes through the day's market action.
'Fierce leadership': Yunupingu mourned after a lifetime of advocacy for Indigenous rights Tributes are flowing for land rights pioneer Yunupingu who has died after a long battle with illness. The 74-year-old was a revered Yolngu Elder who dedicated his life to advancing land rights, his culture and improving the lives of his people.
Sisters to move forward with lives after Malka Leifer found guilty of rape, assault Former ultra-Orthodox school principal Malka Leifer has been found guilty of raping and sexually abusing two of her former students between 2003 and 2007. Jurors found Leifer guilty of 18 of 27 charges, a decision described as a "vindication of the courageous survivors".
Community starters: Greek Australia prides itself on being a multicultural society – but it wasn't always that way. Each new culture that flourished here had to start with one adventurous individual or family who took the plunge and crossed the oceans to reach Australia. In this series, we're trying to find those first pioneers. Episode one tells us the story of George Emanuel, our candidate for the first Greek person to ever call Australia home.
Gender parity first for New South Wales frontbench The New South Wales Premier, Chris Minns, has revealed his frontbench – which for the first time in history, includes gender parity. The newly appointed Premier has announced a reduced cabinet of 22 ministers, which includes 11 women.
Trump in New York ahead of court appearance Donald Trump is in New York ahead of his court appearance to face criminal charges.
Ukrainian forces prepare for counteroffensive Ukrainian forces are preparing for a counteroffensive against Russia, while President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says he can't provide any "concrete" details as to avoid leaks. And some residents of the besieged eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut have managed to flee and are taking shelter in a nearby town.
From Afghanistan to Australia – how a mother and son rescued orphans from a war-torn nation Dozens of orphans have been evacuated from Afghanistan to Australia in a daring, year-long mission led by a mother and son based in Sydney. With the help of lawyers, community members and the Coalition and Labor governments, the pair helped save more than 80 vulnerable widows and children, despite Taliban threats.
New exhibition celebrates women on screen The storied history of women in film and television stretches back more than 120 years. A new exhibition making its world premiere in Melbourne goes beyond the glitz and glamour, to reveal the trailblazing role women have played in the industry.
SBS On the Money: The lag effect: Why the Reserve Bank paused its interest rate hiking cycle The Reserve Bank of Australia has decided to pause its interest rate rising cycle to assess the impact of its previous ten rate rises. SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Commonwealth Bank Chief Economist Stephen Halmarick and Macquarie Group's Martin Lakos to find out why, the future direction of interest rates and implication for shares.
Relief for mortgage holders as Reserve Bank pauses interest rates – for now Mortgage holders will be feeling some relief after the Reserve Bank Board paused consecutive hikes to the interest rate for the first time in 10 months.
Australia bans TikTok on government devices over national security concerns Chinese-owned social media app TikTok has been banned on all government devices. Labor's decision sees Australia fall into line with allies who've imposed similar bans over concerns the platform poses a threat to national security.
Ukrainian forces prepare for counteroffensive Ukrainian forces are preparing for a counteroffensive against Russia, while President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says he can't provide any "concrete" details as to avoid leaks. And some residents of the besieged eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut have managed to flee and are taking shelter in a nearby town.
Finland officially joins NATO alliance in the face of Russia aggression Finland has become the 31st member of the NATO alliance, nearly doubling the length of the member states' border with Russia. The historic fast-tracking of membership was spurred on by Russia's war in Ukraine.
Donald Trump pleads not guilty to criminal charges in New York Former US President Donald Trump has claimed he's the victim of election interference, hours after being charged with more than 30 felony counts of falsifying business records. In a history-making moment for the United States, he's become the first sitting or former president to face criminal charges.
Government pledges to find ways to stop technology-facilitated abuse While advances in technology are usually seen as beneficial, a new report shows they have also offered people who harm others new ways to do it. The Australian Office of the eSafety Commissioner says nearly all victims of domestic and family violence – more than 99 per cent of them – have experienced technology-facilitated abuse. The federal government has pledged to tackle the issue, announcing a grants program which aims to put a stop to that technology-based abuse
China denounces meeting of Taiwan leader and US Speaker Taiwan's President has stoked controversy by meeting with a high-level US congressional delegation.
COVID-19 Australia's third leading cause of death in 2022 COVID-19 has been out of the spotlight in the lives of many since restrictions eased across Australia, but new research by the Actuaries Institute suggests the disease still poses a significant threat.
Drumming up support: Zelenskyy in Poland, Macron in China Poland is pledging more fighter jets to Ukraine as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visits the capital Warsaw, and French President Emmanuel Macron is in China, hoping to persuade President Xi JinPing to change his stance on Ukraine.
"Recognition is not a Labor thing. It's not a Liberal thing… It's an Australian thing." One of the original architects and a long-time campaigner for Indigenous Constitutional recognition, Noel Pearson speaks to SBS Chief Political Correspondent Anna Henderson on the Liberal Party's opposition to the Voice to Parliament referendum.
Calls to reform 'outdated' building contracts after companies collapse The construction industry is facing a crisis, as several building companies have collapsed in recent months. Labour shortages and a surge in material prices are being blamed. However, there are also calls to reform current building contracts, which some industry experts are describing as outdated.
Major cyber-crime marketplace shut down in international police operation The online marketplace Genesis Market was used by cybercriminals to buy and sell stolen personal data. Now an operation dubbed Cookie Monster has seized the site, with more than 100 arrests made worldwide, including in Australia.
Ken Wyatt quits Liberals over party's opposition to Voice to Parliament The first Aboriginal person to hold the federal Indigenous Australians portfolio, Ken Wyatt, has quit the Liberal Party over its decision to campaign against the Voice to Parliament. It comes as one of the most influential advocates for Indigenous recognition, Noel Pearson, describes the Party's stance as a "Judas betrayal" and condemned Peter Dutton as an "undertaker" trying to bury the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Violence escalates after second raid on Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem Lebanon has launched its biggest rocket attack on Israel since 2006, causing Israeli forces to retaliate by launching an airstrike on the Gaza strip. It comes as Israeli forces attacked Palestinian worshippers at Jerusalem's Al-Asqa Mosque for the second night in a row.
Rent caps ruled out in NSW amid soaring rental prices in Australia Renters in New South Wales won't feel any immediate relief from the cost of rising rents after Premier Chris Minns ruled out a cap on rental increases. Instead, Mr Minns says his government is focused on long-term solutions.
Unstoppable: African-Australian athletes smashing through the barriers Sporting integrity is back in the spotlight after the testing saga engulfing Australian 800-metre star Peter Bol. Two independent labs have found no evidence he used a banned substance, but the impact on his athletic future remains unclear. Young African-Australian athletes say the incident has only highlighted bigger problems of barriers to sports participation.
Celebrating a decade helping migrant and refugee women get work For migrant and refugee woman, finding secure, meaningful, well-paid work in their new homes can be challenging. Victorian social enterprise SisterWorks supports these women by providing skills training and employment opportunities. Now, SisterWorks is celebrating its tenth birthday, by opening a new cafe and shop, to further support those who want to follow their passion.
Fifty years ago, the first ever women's adviser to the PM was appointed. Here's why that's significant today Today marks 50 years since an historic appointment – the creation of the role women's adviser to the prime minister in an Australian-first and a world-first.
Ukrainian troops observe Ramadan, while Russia charges US journalist with espionage Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has announced an annual "special event of respect" to celebrate the Islamic holy month of Ramadan in Ukraine. Meanwhile, shelling in Russian-controlled Donetsk has resulted in at least one death and 13 injuries. And jailed American journalist, Evan Gershkovich, has been formally charged with espionage by Russia.
Femi Kuti is carrying on his father's rich musical legacy – in his own way Grammy-nominated Nigerian musician Femi Kuti is the son of Afrobeat pioneer and activist, the late Fela Kuti. Like his father before him, his lyrics speak out against issues such as corruption, colonialism and poverty. Before his string of Australian shows, Femi Kuti told SBS why it was important to keep fighting.
Mobile phone bans to come into effect in NSW public high schools The newly-elected New South Wales government has moved quickly on an election promise, banning mobile phones in public high schools from later this year. A ban is already in place in the state’s primary schools, as well as in every Australian jurisdiction except Queensland and Tasmania.
Families in Ukraine reunited with their children who were taken to Russia A group of 31 Ukrainian children who were taken to Russia have now been reunited with their families in Ukraine. The incident has put a spotlight on thousands of Ukrainian children who were taken to Russia amid the war, actions which are now being investigated by the International Criminal Court.
'The best time': Intergenerational playgroups bring joy to older and younger Australians alike It's a confronting statistic – close to half of those in aged care homes across Australia show signs of depression. In an effort to address community isolation, some facilities are adopting a novel approach to social interactions – inviting children's playgroups to come and spend some time with residents.
Liberals to say 'no' to Indigenous voice in constitution After months of speculation, the federal Liberal Party has announced it will formally oppose the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum in its current form. Opposition Leader Peter Dutton has instead called for Local and Regional voice bodies to be legislated by parliament.
More kids are refusing school, but some are finding other ways to get an education School absence rates are on the rise around the country, after multiple years of disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic. One Melbourne independent school for children disengaged with the education system, is expanding, as demand continues to grow.
What is ChatGPT, and why does it have people worried? A new artificial intelligence technology, called ChatGPT, is sparking discussions around privacy and digital ethics. Italy has become the first western country to ban the new technology, but others argue it can be used appropriately by applying critical human judgement.
SBS On the Money: The RBA Governor's message to households following rate pause, and his warning to renters RBA Governor Philip Lowe has spoken for the first time after the board's decision to leave official interest rates on hold after 10 consecutive rate rises. He tells SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves the key message he hopes households will take from this decision, along with a sobering warning for renters. Plus the day on the markets with Adam Dawes from Shaw and Partners.
Renters in focus as RBA boss warns rate hikes may not be over Homeowners have been offered some semblance of a reprieve in the Reserve Bank's decision to pause interest rates. But the RBA Governor has signalled that he is open to another rise in an effort to tame inflation. Philip Lowe says it is being driven in part by higher rental prices.
04/01/23 | Former President Trump Indictment, Nashville Shooting 911 Calls, Climate Gentrification This week on the CBS News weekend Roundup with host Stacy Lyn, a New York grand jury voted to indict former President Donald Trump. CBS's Jarred Hill is in Manhattan. Heartbreaking 911 calls from the school shooting in Nashville. CBS's Mark Strassman reports. We also speak with a Nashville resident about how he talked with his kids about the attack, so close to home. And on the Kaleidoscope with Allison Keyes, MacKenzie Marcelin, the Climate Justice Director for Florida Rising talks about a new trend of "climate gentrification", where richer people are moving in and taking over some black and brown communities.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at
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