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Australia crushes Pakistan on day two with Warner and Burns leading from the front
Source: ABC News/Topic: Sport
Tinder date found guilty of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane in New Zealand
Source: ABC News/Topic: Law, Crime and Justice
Analysis: The public impeachment hearings just ended. Things don't look good for Donald Trump
Source: ABC News
Westpac's 23 million mistakes
23 million is a lot of times to break the law. That's how many times Westpac has been accused of dropping the ball on anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing obligations.
Source: ABC Radio/Topic: Business, Economics and Finance
John Safran vs The Occult
John Safran is famous for putting his body on the line, getting up close with exorcists, ISIS supporters and white nationalists. Now he's delving into black magic.
Source: Double J/Topic: Arts and Entertainment
Recipe: Easy and versatile potato gnocchi
Russell Blaikie from Must Winebar Perth shares this easy crowd pleaser that can be garnished to suit the tastes of your guests.
Source: ABC Radio/Topic: Recipes
Measles emergency a warning to anti-vaxxers
Samoa has declared a state of emergency over its measles outbreak, and experts say its a warning about what happens when not enough people get vaccinated.
Source: triple j/Topic: Health
Are Australian women drinking more alcohol than ever before?
Once upon a time Australian men drank two times more alcohol than women, but that's changing quickly. Here's why.
Source: ABC Radio/Topic: Women's Health
Inside the rise and rise of Betoota Advocate
'Australia's oldest newspaper' has grown exponentially, so how do its editors stop themselves from becoming exactly what they're ridiculing?
Source: ABC News/Topic: Journalism
Study to work: 2.6 years to get a job after uni
On average, it takes a graduate 2.6 years to find a full-time job in the area they’ve studied.? So what’s that costing us?? And how can we do better?
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: University and Further Education
Like A Version: Parlez Vous Francais
Source: triple j/Topic: Music
Dylan Lewis takes you behind the Recovery doco
Source: Double J/Topic: Documentary
Inaugural Stanmore Music Festival honours Richard Gill
Source: ABC Classic/Topic: Community and Society
Moments in History
Tooth brewing dynasty's underground 'drinking den'
When the Tooth family built a community hall they included an underground 'drinking den' to bypass old laws that banned pubs.
Source: ABC South East NSW/Topic: History
The story of Alexander von Humboldt
Alexander von Humboldt, a German polymath who was around in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, was the first to identify human-caused climate change.
Source: ABC Radio National/Topic: History
This secret warplane wreckage has remained untouched for 76 years
The air battles over Darwin during World War II are sometimes forgotten in our wartime memory. But new discoveries from these battles are still being made.
Source: ABC News/Topic: History
Hello from Earth: The story of Australia's first interstellar message
In 2009, a powerful beacon was broadcast to a distant planet and, this week, it reached the halfway mark.
Source: ABC Science/Topic: Space Exploration
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