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Linda LoPresti 1h
Beijing says it 'firmly' supports 's embattled leader despite growing calls for her to resign. will speak with China analyst
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RN Breakfast 6h
Triple J is launching "Dream Festival", which will see each radio station act like a stage and feature music sets recorded over the past 20 years.
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RN Breakfast 6h
ABC sports presenter Catherine Murphy joins RN Breakfast to bring you news from the world of sport.
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RN Breakfast 7h
A new study could shed some light on the life expectancy gap for people with persistent mental illness.
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RN Breakfast 7h
There may be hope on the horizon for Australia's struggling retailers.
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RN Breakfast 8h
Michelle Grattan joins RN Breakfast from our Parliament House studio to discuss the latest developments in federal politics.
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RN Breakfast 8h
"You feel the tidal sound of the wind in the high trees, and then this incredible symphony of sounds from the ravens; it's unlike anything I've ever heard before."
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RN Breakfast 9h
Is this Australia's most unique tournament? The Outback Queensland Masters starts today in Roma.
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RN Breakfast 9h
"It seems the Olympic movement has decided, in my view, that the dollar is far more important than the location," says former NSW premier John Fahey, who was an architect of Sydney's 2000 bid.
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RN Breakfast 10h
Is the evacuation of Sydney's Mascot Towers over structural concerns a sign of a more serious systemic problem?
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RN Breakfast 10h
The Papua New Guinea Government has expressed a desire to terminate their contract with Paladin in favour of a local company.
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RN Breakfast 11h
"We're fighting for ... our freedom of speech, the freedom of press, and we're fighting to be able to live without fear ... I feel strength in our weakness ... We're united here." - Ivy, Hong Kong protester
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Linda LoPresti 11h
Up to two million people protest in as apologises for extradition bill but refuses to step down. Fro, listen
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RN Breakfast 11h
The crowds of protesters on the streets of Hong Kong have swelled to an estimated 2 million over the highly controversial
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RN Breakfast 12h
'Ultimately the Chief Executive of Hong Kong doesn't really serve at the pleasure of the people ... the chief executive serves at the pleasure of the masters in Beijing ... this is a very precarious situation', on the
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RN Breakfast 12h
'The Chinese are pointing to foreign interference and influence being behind all of this', on the
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RN Breakfast 12h
'China is doing everything it can' to make sure news of the does not reach the mainland, reporting from Hong Kong where as many as 2 million people took to the streets yesterday.
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RN Breakfast 12h
'We're fighting to be able to live without fear ... for now we still have the freedom to come out and protest, we know that does not exist in China' protester Ivy talking to
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RN Breakfast 12h
Organisers of the are being instructed 'to make sure they maintain entirely peaceful, that they pick up their litter ... they parted like the sea to let ambulances through ... they were so impeccably behaved', from Hong Kong.
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Linda LoPresti 13h
's ousted Bashir appears in public for first time as calls grow to support pro-democracy protestors. Listen
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