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What have we learned from the War on Terror?

The anniversary of 9/11 this week, along with the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan, has seen politicians, military leaders and the public reflect on the past two decades.

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How bad is Australia’s mental health crisis?

Despite government promises to fix Australia’s mental health system, experts have identified that young people in particular are still struggling to access urgent care and support.

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Episode three: A broken system

In this episode, Ruby Jones speaks to some of the best known lawyers on either side of the Me Too movement in order to help her investigation.

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How to cure homesickness

Lockdowns and border closures have led to a specific kind of grief and yearning - homesickness.

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Generation 9/11: A soldier, a refugee and a Muslim Australian

Twenty years ago the terrorist group Al-Qaeda hijacked four planes, flying them into New York City’s World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing nearly 3000 people.

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Why your next car will be electric

Governments and car manufacturers all over the world are preparing for a future where most vehicles will be powered by electricity - a future that is just around the corner.

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Just how stretched are our hospitals?

As Australia grapples with its biggest outbreak yet of Covid-19, an outbreak that shows few signs of slowing, the focus is shifting to hospitalisation figures and deaths.

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Episode two: Five days in November

In episode two of Everybody Knows, Ruby Jones goes back to the beginning of MeToo in Australia in 2017. Why did the movement seem to run out of momentum here so quickly?

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What we can learn from the world’s reopening

As our political leaders fight over the proposed national plan to re-open the country, health experts are imploring us to learn from the experiences of places like the UK and Israel.

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The charity feeding Sydney during lockdown

Rosanna Barbero on the massive food relief operation underway right now in Sydney and how it exposes a broken system.

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Are we heading towards a pandemic election?

The country might still be in the grip of a pandemic and ongoing lockdowns, but our major parties are already planning for a looming federal election.

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What went wrong with Australia’s withdrawal from Afghanistan

What went wrong with Australia’s withdrawal plan and what it means for those trapped in Afghanistan.

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Everybody Knows: The company

Ruby asks why Me Too stories are still so hard to tell in Australia - and why there is so much fear about speaking out and naming names.

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Can our hospitals cope with Covid-19?

Rick Morton on the situation in hospitals right now, and what might happen when we come out of lockdown.

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How Australia is holding back vaccine supply

Today, Lyndal Rowlands on the proposal that could speed up vaccinations around the world, and why Australia is holding it back.