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Bill & Mike Got Your Money Monday Cashed In With Cavs Lose A Close One To The Jazz - 109-108-Cavs PBP Tim Alcorn Recapped The Game - Browns VS Ravens Preview From Former Browns KR Josh Cribbs - Wayne Newton Interview With Bill Wills - 12-6-21 - ABC News Political Analyst Steve Roberts Talked About Former Senator & Presidential Candidate Bob Dole De…
On today's show: We celebrate Hannukah, a First Nations basketball referee heads to the US, a new muppet moves to Sesame Street, dinosaur experts solve a case of mistaken identity, and it's International Day of People with Disability.QUIZ QUESTIONS:1. What is the name of the candlestick used during Hannukah?2. What is the NBL?3. How old is Ji Young…
This Thanksgiving, ABC News Radio presents “On The Move,” a three-hour special. Alex Stone hosts this in-depth look at the latest in transportation technology and the many ways we move around Planet Earth … and beyond. We’ll meet the scientists and engineers developing a spacecraft that will orbit an asteroid in deep space, gathering valuable, pote…
"Mr. Vegas" Wayne Newton will talk to Bill about his life, career & big upcoming Christmas concert on Saturday, 12/11 at the Robins Theater in Warren, OH - The concert, with all the holiday trimmings, is at 8PM that evening and tickets are available at www.etix.comBill Wills, Mike Snyder
Rhian Miller had always known tech was the way of the future - but as an Indigenous Australian woman, it was difficult to see how she could be part of it.
250 university students from 15 countries, including Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, China and Canada, touched down to resume their studies.
Fiji has one of the world's highest vaccination rates, and that’s largely due to people’s willingness to roll up their sleeves.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with James Whelan of VFS Group about market's current volatility.
Mr Morrison again dismissed the Independent Commission Against Corruption's probe
Parents of Michigan school shooter charged with involuntary manslaughter; Chris Cuomo fired from CNN; Russian troops build up on Ukraine border.ABC News
Eric Zemmour's anti-immigrant and anti-islam views have gained both condemnation and support in France.
Anti-government protests in Belgium turn violent, and Jordanian health officials are sentenced to prison over the deaths of COVID-19 patients.
Around 140,000 tourism employees in Fiji lost their job after the border slammed shut in March 2020 due to fears over the spread of COVID-19.
It’s been a year to remember, or possibly forget. Either way, end-of-year festivities could take on an extra intensity this time around. But without a bit of planning, we can all end up throwing away unused food and unwanted gifts. Fear not, advice is at hand on how to stop this happening.
There are real fears in Solomon Islands today as members of parliaments decide whether Manasseh Sogavare will continue as Prime Minister; and, banks in PNG are under pressure following reported findings some are loaning money to companies accused of illegal logging.
Tensions are high in Solomon Islands today as members of parliament meet to decide whether Manasseh Sogavare will continue as Prime Minister. It follows recent unrest that saw more than 50 businesses in the capital Honiara torched and looted and many residents have fled ahead of today, fearing more unrest.…
There is less than a week until the people of New Caledonia vote for a third and final vote time on the question of whether or not the French territory should become independent. But indigenous Kanak leaders are calling for the poll to be postponed and now leaders across the Pacific are lending their voices to the cause.…
Major banks are being urged to divest from logging in Papua New Guinea after a report found at least K300 million ($AUD120 million) had been loaned to the country's largest timber exporters over the past two decades.
With scientists racing to understand how existing vaccines protect against Omicron, ABC's Martha Raddatz gets rare access to Moderna’s manufacturing facilities to see how they are preparing to combat the new variant. After the Supreme Court heard historic arguments over a restrictive Mississippi abortion law, Terry Moran and Kate Show analyze the f…
The unofficial campaign for next year's election is gaining momentum for both major political parties. Labor is putting the spotlight on education policy, while Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited various communities, including flood-affected New South Wales regions and a motorsport event.
Authorities are also considering an application from Moderna to vaccinate children 6-11.
In this bulletin, Parliament House shuts down to public after staffer tests positive for Covid-19; A volcano has erupted in Indonesia; And in cricket, New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel became the first bowler in 22 years to take 10 wickets in an inning.
Scientists and Greens activists are pushing for a 75 per cent emissions cut.
The WHO calls on countries to focus on preparing health systems, instead of imposing travel restrictions.
Caroline De Costa was the first woman in Australia to become a professor of obstetrics and gynaecology. She has been at the forefront of the political struggle to legalise the medical abortion drug, RU486, in Australia. Caroline has also successfully advocated for the decriminalisation of abortion in Australia. Her memoir is titled The Women's Doc.…
The SA premier has indicated no change to border rules for the time being, but warns the state could lock out travellers before Christmas over Omicron concerns.
Authorities in Michigan launching a search for the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the 15-year-old accused of a deadly school shooting, after both parents were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter. New data suggests the Omicron COVID variant may be spreading at twice the rate of the Delta variant in South Africa, as new cases are reporte…
In this week’s episode, abortion is argued before the Supreme Court, a 15-year-old faces murder charges in a Michigan school shooting, the Omicron variant of the coronavirus arrives in America, actor Alec Baldwin tells ABC News he never pulled the trigger of the gun that went off on his movie set and Tiger Woods says he may never play full-time on …
And a history of appeasement analogies in defence rhetoric; Plus, can our gum trees withstand climate change?
Bill & Mike Kicked Off Your Weekend With Cavs VS Wizards & Jazz - Cavs Jim Chones Previewed The Games - Browns On The BYE Week - College Football Championships-Former NFL QB Ricky Stanzi Talked The Games - Cleveland.com Terry Pluto Talked Cavs & Browns - Scooter'$ Football Picks - 12-3-21 - Rock Hall Update From CEO Greg Harris - Weekend Movie Prev…
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Labor MPs have endorsed a plan to cut carbon emissions by 43 per cent by the end of the decade.
Today, we pay tribute to David Gulpilil Ridjimiraril Dalaithngu AM, a legend of Indigenous cinema and a powerful performer.
The Asia-Pacific Triennial exhibition has become one of Queensland's most significant art events and overcame major obstacles this time due to COVID to happen at all.
International students due to come to Australia have suffered another setback, as the world responds to the Omicron variant.
WIth inflation and Omicron creating uncertainty on the sharemarket, SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Catherine Allfrey from WaveStone Capital for her thoughts about how it is impacting the sharemarket and investments.
Plus Colin Bisset on the Butler Sink and a Lost and Found journey to Lisbon.
Diplomats from the Southern African nations blocked from entering Australia want to know why the government hasn't shown other countries the same treatment.
South Africa's High Commissioner to Australia has urged the Australian government to remove travel bans imposed on southern African nations over the Omicron variant.
A new report by Engineers Australia suggests unlocking this pool of talent could keep big infrastructure projects on schedule and help lift the economy.
New cases of the Omicron variant discovered in at least three more states in the U.S., including five cases in New York. This, as President Biden unveils his new plan to combat the spread of this new variant, including the at-home test kits that can be covered by insurance. An exclusive look inside the Moderna facility where they are working on a v…