The World Today is a comprehensive current affairs program which backgrounds, analyses, interprets and encourages debate on events and issues of interest and importance to all Australians.
Medibank sceptical of claims hack is 'over'
The cyber hacking crisis at Medibank enters an uncertain phase, with the hackers claiming they've dumped all remaining customer data on the dark web.
Parliament censures Scott Morrison over secret ministries
The former Prime Minister has been formally censured in a 86-50 vote in the House of Representatives for secretly accruing portfolios without telling his colleagues, let alone the public.
'No need' to single out reef: Plibersek to UNESCO
The Federal Government vows to fight a recommendation to place the Great Barrier Reef on UNESCO's "in danger" list.
Backlash against China's COVID zero policy
Victorian election: Labor retains power, what does it mean for the Liberal and National parties?
Report into former PM's secret ministries released
An inquiry into former prime minister Scott Morrison's secret move to appoint himself joint control over several ministries is released.
Temporary reprieve, but more flooding forecast in NSW, SA
There's good news for some on rivers in inland New South Wales, but in SA communities on the Murray are bracing for floods in coming days.
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