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Hello? HELLO?! Is anybody watching?
As Melbourne slowly emerges from its fourth heartbreaking lockdown, we check the nation’s pulse on job security and business confidence in the COVID recovery, plus the impact of Victoria’s recent devastating floods.
Footy's back (back again)
As frustrated Victorians endure their fourth lockdown, businesses across the country are hurting and many are now asking if we’ve lost the bigger picture.
Jennifer Robinson is a human rights lawyer, best known for her role as a long-standing member of the legal team defending Julian Assange and WikiLeaks.
A win at 7:30 helps the beleaguered 10, but not enough to win the night
With Australia’s borders unlikely to re-open until mid-2022, senior government ministers are standing by the decision to keep our borders closed, despite internal party backlash.
With the economy showing strong signs of recovery, the government is focusing on jobs and talking up its spending on aged care, infrastructure and childcare.
The move into the back half of the week means everything changes (again)...
This week Q+A will look at all of the big issues including housing affordability, childcare and the government’s big spend.
MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA gets some clear air, and while its numbers aren't big nothing challenges it
This week on Q+A – all the big issues of the week including, as India’s Covid-19 outbreak spirals out of control, Australia has announced it will suspend all passenger flights between the two countries until mid-May to reduce the risk of spreading the disease.
It's all 10 after 7:30pm however they can't compete with Seven or Nine News...
It's just good TV - you know it makes sense
The Federal Government has scrapped its targets for the nationwide rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, after new medical advice derailed the rollout.
The ABC has destroyed its credibility with an attack on The Australian over the dire figures fro Q&A
Three months ago, NINE, Australia’s largest locally owned broadcasting and publishing company, was attacked.
Based on the uplifting memoir by Matthew Logelin, the film tells the story of a father who brings up his baby girl as a single dad after the unexpected death of his wife who died a day after their daughter's birth.