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Sep 6, 2021 • 15m 30s

The charity feeding Sydney during lockdown

Ongoing lockdowns have put many Australians under extreme financial pressure. Without adequate government support the responsibility is falling on community organisations to help thousands of people receive the basics, like food.
Today, Rosanna Barbero, on the massive food relief operation underway right now in Sydney and how it exposes a broken system.

Jul 14, 2020 • 17m 15s

The man inside (part two)

The sentencing of Ramzi Aouad came at a tense moment in racialised policing – and there are now people asking if the politics around “Middle Eastern crime” played a part.

Jul 13, 2020 • 19m 30s

The man inside (part one)

When Ramzi Aouad went to prison for life, it was on the basis of evidence from one man - a violent enforcer who had been offered financial incentives for his testimony.

Jul 6, 2020 • 16m 18s

The case for moving Cook

The City of Sydney is being petitioned to remove Thomas Woolner’s Cook statue from Hyde Park, and place it in a public museum.

Jun 24, 2020 • 15m 33s

Justin Hemmes, the treasurer and the $100m wages case

New details have emerged in the Justin Hemmes wages case, as the treasurer confirms he consulted the businessman over the country’s largest ever spending measure.

Jul 24, 2019 • 12m54s

High-rise catastrophe

A softening in the housing market has shown up defects and flaws that were being hidden by demand.

1296: Who knew the CFMEU's dirty secrets?