pixel
AM (ABC)-logo

AM (ABC)

5.1K Favorites

More Information

Location:

Sydney, NSW

Description:

Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. AM sets the agenda for the nation's daily news and current affairs coverage.

Language:

English

Contact:

Radio Current Affairs GPO Box 9994 Sydney 2001


Episodes

Big bonuses for bosses even if they don't deliver, warns CEO pay survey

8/23/2017
More
Some of Australia's top chief executives might be receiving bonuses they don't necessarily deserve, warns the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors. Chief executive Louise Davidson speaks with the ABC's Peter Ryan.

Duration: 00:03:52


Senate hearing to examine proposed changes to citizenship laws

8/23/2017
More
The Law Council of Australia has expressed concern that proposed changes to citizenship laws could give the Immigration Minister too much power. Thomas Oriti reports.

Duration: 00:03:32


Vic anti-vaxxer GPs under investigation

8/23/2017
More
The Victorian Government has criticised the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency for taking too long to investigate complaints that some GPs are spreading an anti-vaccination message. Samantha Donovan reports.

Duration: 00:02:39


Forty per cent prefer part time? Survey results "don't ring true", says Opposition

8/23/2017
More
The employment and workplace relations Opposition spokesman, Brendan O'Connor, rejects survey results showing more than 40 per cent of job seekers prefer part-time work.

Duration: 00:06:16


Thursday AM

8/23/2017
More
On Thursday's program: Federal Government's fierce attack on Labor's economic policies; Shadow Employment Minister Brendan O'Connor joins us to discuss data showing more Australians are after part-time work; And the battle between traditional owners and miners in WA's Pilbara over a salt mine.

Duration: 00:29:58


Companies cashing in on Australia's dwindling foreign aid budget

8/23/2017
More
A handful of companies is securing billions of dollars to do some of the work the Government used to do itself, but is the Government getting value for money? Stephanie Dalzell and Henry Belot report.

Duration: 00:02:51


Cormann says Labor's economic policies would make Australia "duller, poorer and less equal"

8/23/2017
More
A future federal Labor government's attack on successful people would prompt a wave of Australians to exit the country, warns Finance Minister Mathias Cormann, who says Bill Shorten's rhetoric is akin to that in communist East Germany. Stephanie Borys reports.

Duration: 00:02:48


Many millennials rejecting the idea of full-time work, survey shows

8/23/2017
More
A new survey shows over 40 per cent of job seekers would prefer to work part-time, prioritising flexibility when it comes to finding a job that's right for them. David Taylor reports.

Duration: 00:02:43


Cyclone Debbie disaster relief delays pushing farmers to the edge

8/23/2017
More
Farmers in Queensland say delays in getting access to cyclone disaster relief have been soul destroying and are putting lives at risk. George Roberts reports.

Duration: 00:03:09


Traditional owners accuse former WA Government and Onslow Salt of collusion

8/23/2017
More
Traditional owners argue Onslow Salt deliberately struck a deal to avoid paying them royalties, and Colin Barnett's WA Government knowingly stood by and let it happen. Eliza Borrello reports.

Duration: 00:03:37


AM

8/22/2017
More
AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program

Duration: 00:09:58


The path of totality: thousands in the US gather to view solar eclipse

8/21/2017
More
Clear skies in America's north-west have provided stargazers with an outstanding view of the first solar eclipse to pass across the United States in almost a century.

Duration: 00:03:38


Deadliest week yet in Philippines drug and crime suspect killings

8/21/2017
More
More than 80 drug and crime suspects have been shot dead in the Philippines in just three days, including a 17-year-old boy.

Duration: 00:02:39


Lebanon says it helped foil Sydney-based terror plot

8/21/2017
More
Lebanon's Interior Minister says his country provided Australia with crucial information in the lead-up to a series of anti-terrorism raids.

Duration: 00:02:24


AM

8/21/2017
More
AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program

Duration: 00:29:58


Random drug testing of welfare recipients is about employment outcomes, says Social Services Minister

8/21/2017
More
The Social Services Minister says welfare recipients who test positive for drugs will not be penalised if they comply with treatment.

Duration: 00:07:20


Second Melbourne council votes to renounce Australia Day

8/21/2017
More
The City of Darebin council, which covers northern Melbourne suburbs including Northcote, Preston and Reservoir, has voted to no longer recognise January the 26th as Australia Day.

Duration: 00:02:47


Liberal MPs concerned citizenship saga is damaging the Federal Government

8/21/2017
More
Liberal MPs fear the beneficiary of the citizenship uncertainty is the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, and some have decided it's time to turn the citizenship blowtorch on him.

Duration: 00:03:09


Jerry Lewis was honoured by Australia for muscular dystrophy fundraising

8/20/2017
More
Kim Beazeley presented Jerry Lewis with an honorary Order of Australia in 2014 for his services to charity, including muscular dystrophy.

Duration: 00:02:08


Comedy legend Jerry Lewis also remembered for his serious side, as an actor, film-maker and charity fundraiser

8/20/2017
More
Jerry Lewis, once the world's best paid movie star, but also recognised as a serious actor and film maker, has died aged 91.

Duration: 00:03:38

See More