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||Push to improve education for people with a disability||For Australians with a disability, when it comes to getting an education, statistics are sobering. Only about a third of people with a disability between the ages of 15 and 64 complete year 12 and there are fears commitments to improve the situation will disappear with next month's federal budget.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Unprecedented drop in young people under justice supervision||The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare says there has been an unprecedented drop in the number of young people under youth justice supervision. In its annual Youth Justice in Australia report, the institute has revealed a 14 per cent decline in the number of 10 to 17 year olds on an average day in the justice system. But Indigenous young people continue to be over-represented.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Malaysian opposition in mourning for 'Tiger of Jelutong'||Malaysia's opposition is in mourning tonight for Karpal Singh, a man known as 'the Tiger of Jelutong' for his tenacity throughout decades of service as an opposition politician and a civil rights lawyer. A car crash has killed Democratic Action Party veteran Karpal Singh. Mr Singh spent the last years of his political career fighting a sedition charge and moves to deregister his party. He also defended Anwar Ibrahim in both of Mr Anwar's s****y trials. There's already speculation that the car crash killing Mr Singh was not an accident.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Wesley: Navy demotion sends signal to Indonesia||A national security specialist says the action taken against seven naval commanders over the border incursions into Indonesian waters should be seen, in part, as a signal to Indonesia that the issue was taken seriously. One officer has been removed from his command, another will be sanctioned, and five others will be counselled over the incursions in December and January.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Investigations mounting into research at University of New South Wales||An Australian scientist at the centre of research misconduct inquiries is facing two new investigations. Research into skin cancer and heart disease is being reviewed. Now work undertaken into eye disease at the University of New South Wales is also facing scrutiny.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Anzac centenary fund well short||The fund to raise money to pay for a big chunk of next year's Anzac centenary commemorations is running well short of its target. The Federal Government has agreed to fund the commemorative projects to the tune of $145 million but the Anzac centenary public fund was expected to kick in about $170 million. So far corporate donors have only pledged $80 million and the ABC understands only $16,000 has actually been deposited.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Rescuers still hope for response from people trapped in ferry||Rescuers are still hammering on the upturned hull of a capsized South Korean ferry hoping for a response from hundreds of people, mostly teenage schoolchildren, who are believed to be trapped after the vessel started sinking more than 24 hours ago. Nine people have been confirmed dead and 290 are still missing.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Spearing NSW Premier could be a setback for stronger anti-corruption powers in other states||Criticism the New South Wales watchdog has used star chamber-like powers to destroy a head of government may setback calls for reform in other states where anti-corruption bodies are still hobbled by a lack of powers and struggling to be effective.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Moderate by reputation, economic dry by training, social conservative by inclination: a profile of NSW Premier-elect, Mike Bair||The 44th Premier-elect of New South Wales Mike Baird is the son of a senior Liberal with a reputation as a moderate. But he's also an economic 'dry' with social values formed by his devout Christianity. At Mike Baird's side as deputy will be a self-described progressive Liberal, Gladys Berejiklian. PM's Nick Grimm takes a look at the state's new power duo.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Mike Baird new NSW Premier||New South Wales has a new Premier, Mike Baird, who this afternoon was elected unopposed to the position vacated by Barry O'Farrell. Mr O'Farrell resigned following his admission yesterday that he had misled the state's Independent Commission Against Corruption over the gift of a bottle of wine from a party donor and lobbyist. Mr Baird's deputy is the Transport Minister, Gladys Berejiklian.||14.4.17||무료||iTunes에서 보기|