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158 Episodes
A century of hidden money, government collusion and international deception
US foreign policy dilemma's

US foreign policy dilemma's


What is the state of the US foreign policy and what can the world expect under a Trump presidency and would it be any different under a Clinton presidency?
A historic agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC rebel group was signed on Wednesday in Havana.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will broaden its investigation into the dairy industry, following a meeting involving Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce, dairy farmers and processors.
Treasurer Scott Morrison is warning that failing to fix the budget could lead Australia to a recession.
The sharing economy promised efficiency and sustainability and gave us services like Airbnb, Uber and other car sharing services.
What is the sharing economy and is it as good as it sounds?
Labour disputes increase in Australia's sharing economy
The New York Times has confirmed reports that it would be looking to Australia as part of its global expansion efforts.
Qantas has seen a turn around in its financial results, with the company announcing a $1.53 billion profit, enabling the airline to give shareholders a dividend for the first time since 2009.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has outlined $8.1 billion worth of budget savings, marking the latest salvo between the Government and Labor over how best to reduce the budget deficit.
What does Russia's 'turn to East' mean for Australia?
Life on a Shanghai street

Life on a Shanghai street


Everyday stories from local Chinese in Shanghai.
The Federal Government has announced planned changes to the Fair Work Act, placing it in the middle of a dispute between the Victorian Government and Country Fire Authority volunteers and making good on a key election promise.
Labor has pointed to a per cent rise in complaints to the Financial Services Ombudsman as evidence that a Royal Commission into Banks is still needed.
Recreational marijuana use is now legal in four US states and more are considering it. Marijuana companies are now battling each other for market share. But, how do you market marijuana?
On Friday, the federal Treasurer Scott Morrison confirmed that he had rejected two bids from Chinese companies for New South Wales' electricity grid on the basis of national security concerns.
Innovation, has become an important part of the political and business lexicon. But is our definition of innovation simply too technology focussed and too business-centric?
Revisit the week's top news stories with a panel of experts and news hounds.
The legacy of Wave Hill

The legacy of Wave Hill


When the Gurindji walked off Wave Hill station their demands were simple: equal wages, not meagre rations. The fight escalated into the first Aboriginal land claim. Led by head stockman Vincent Lingiari, the strike buoyed the Aboriginal rights movement down south and spurred activism for a generation. A unionist, a historian and an artist reflect on the meaning of Wave Hill.
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