Aust China Relationship Status: It’s Complicated

Australians need not be alarmed by China’s increasingly adversarial behaviour argues Professor John Blaxland from Australian National University in a chat with Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds, however we would be well advised to build better relationships with neighbours such as Indonesia – and stop poking the dragon, unless we’re prepared to live with the blowback. Image credit:“The Chinese

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It is a race.

The 6th IPCC report handed down last month showed there is irrefutable evidence that human activity is causing climate change. Now, the race is on to limit the damage. Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds spoke with Lucy Piper, Director of Work for Climate, who is dedicating her working life to helping other professionals achieve change in their workplaces.Image credit:

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From Holdens to Hoovers: modern dads adapt to the times

They may have traded the 7 iron for a stick vacuum but today’s fathers are still expected to be the main breadwinner in the household. Kate Murphy and Alistair Thomson from Monash University joined Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds to discuss the changing role of fatherhood in Australia over the last 100 years.

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BBC failed Princess Diana

“I’m embarrassed to call myself a journalist”, said Southern FM newsman Colin Tyrus in reference to the actions of Martin Bashir in forging documents to deceive Princess Diana, in a frank discussion with Hear and There presenter Nathan Reynolds about the BBC Panorama interview scandal. “Princess Diana at Accord Hospice” by paisleyorguk is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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