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World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.
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World View is a meeting place for the diverse perspectives and issues in Australian society to be explored, debated, considered and understood by its many peoples.

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The Outlook: for public libraries

9/18/2018
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Australia's public libraries are flourishing, perhaps surprisingly, and, for those with English as a second language, they can offer pathways to education, employment and integration.

Duration:00:08:05

Federal government pledges aid to berry industry following contaminations

9/18/2018
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The Federal Government is coming to the financial aid of Australia's strawberry industry, following a number of needle contaminations.

Duration:00:04:22

United Nations report accuses Myanmar of possible war crimes

9/18/2018
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Myanmar's military is accused of systematically raping women and killing children, and persecuting the country's Rohingya Muslim minority.

Duration:00:04:26

What constitutes workplace bullying under Australian law?

9/18/2018
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The prime minister says he is confident bullying is not an issue in his government, despite numerous claims of incidents of bad behaviour, and a federal Liberal MP using parliamentary privilege to name her alleged bully.

Duration:00:05:24

Elon Musk's Space X announces first private passenger

9/18/2018
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A Japanese billionaire will be the first to take a trip around the moon on a rocket designed by Elon Musk's company SpaceX.

Duration:00:02:49

Federal Liberal MP uses parliamentary privilege to name her alleged bully

9/18/2018
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Federal Liberal MP Ann Sudmalis has publicly accused a state-level Liberal MP of bullying and betrayal, in the wake of her announcement she will leave parliament at the next election.

Duration:00:05:00

Aged care staff call for immediate change, say inquiry will take too long

9/18/2018
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Nurses and midwives are calling on the government to make staff-to-resident ratios law in aged care facilities, saying they can’t wait until the royal commission into the sector concludes.

Duration:00:02:48

Could do better: Australia's contribution to global development score rises

9/18/2018
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Australia has climbed up the ranking of countries contributing to global development but in jumping four spots to 14, it remains in the bottom half of the world's 27 richest nations.

Duration:00:04:35

Gender pay gap narrows slightly, but still large

9/17/2018
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While the pay gap between men and women coming out of university has decreased slightly, it remains significant.

Duration:00:03:21

Sudmalis next Liberal MP preparing to step down

9/17/2018
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It comes as the Liberal Party continues to weather criticism around its female representation, as well as ongoing accusations of bullying.

Duration:00:04:38

Study questions use of low-dose aspirin for healthy patients

9/17/2018
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Doctors have been urged to reconsider the popular prescription of aspirin to prevent blood clots and cardiac disease after a comprehensive study cast doubt on its health benefits.

Duration:00:03:12

Festivals and pills: To test or not to test

9/17/2018
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Two deaths at a music festival over the weekend have reignited debate around the controversial practice of pill-testing, trialled earlier at a festival in Canberra.

Duration:00:02:55

Aged-care sector welcomes royal commission

9/17/2018
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison says it will help families be more confident about the quality of care provided to their loved ones.

Duration:00:06:39

Two years later, Ford workers look at a different future

9/16/2018
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It is almost two years since the closure of Ford's car factories, part of the end of manufacturing in Australia - so where are those workers now?

Duration:00:03:47

Facebook's algorithm and its role in the battle to rebuild trust

9/16/2018
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Facebook has been promising a new era of transparency, as it tries to rebuild shattered trust - but is it working?

Duration:00:06:10

Calls to widen PM's royal commission into aged care

9/16/2018
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a royal commission into the aged care sector following ongoing revelations of abuse of elderly Australians.

Duration:00:04:31

Weekend Sport Wrap

9/16/2018
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It's been a huge weekend for sports fans in Australia, with the AFL and NRL pared down to just four teams, club football in Europe resumed, and the continuing saga that is the Wallabies threw up another sad story.

Duration:00:06:36

A decade on, Global Financial Crisis still reverberates

9/14/2018
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It would become known as the Global Financial Crisis, the GFC, but to many its centrepiece was September 2008, the day the banking giant Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy.

Duration:00:06:57

Cancer screening increases survival rates, report shows

9/14/2018
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People with breast, bowel and cervical cancers detected through Australia's screening programs have a better chance of surviving than those who have never been screened.

Duration:00:03:06

Growing support for no-confidence motion in Dutton: Greens

9/14/2018
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There is speculation a growing number of Liberal members are readying to send Peter Dutton to the High Court over his parliamentary eligibility.

Duration:00:04:12