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How Hitler salutes and ethnic hatred returned to soccer
At a football match in western Sydney at the weekend, some of the supporters were doing Nazi salutes, booing the Welcome to Country, and singing ultra-nationalist chants.
It was a return to the ugly displays of violence and hatred between different ethnic groups which were once common in suburban clubs around the country.
Today, Samantha Lewis, a football writer for ABC Sport, on how the 'beautiful game' is still reckoning with its complicated history in Australia.
Samantha Lewis, football writer, ABC Sport
'Designed to cause hardship': why the Reserve Bank isn't done yet
The barrage of interest rate rises continues, with the Reserve Bank lifting the official rate for the sixth consecutive month.
The rate rises aim to hold back inflation, but they risk hastening an economic downturn.
Today, Alan Kohler, on how new home owners are caught in the middle.
Alan Kohler, ABC TV news finance presenter and editor-in-chief, Eureka Report
Employed and homeless: the towns with nowhere to live
Rising rents are biting around the country, and in some towns, even those with steady work and a good rental history have been priced out of the market.
Charities have switched from helping with rental applications, to handing out tents.
Today, ABC TV Four Corners reporter Louise Milligan on how tens of thousands of workers have been left with no place to call home.
Louise Milligan, reporter, ABC TV Four Corners
The Russian executives dying to fund Putin's war
Since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, more than a dozen high profile Russian businessmen have been found dead.
The Kremlin says they're either accidental deaths or suicide, but western analysts doubt that.
Today, Bill Browder, who was once the largest foreign investor in Russia, on the lengths to which the Russian president Vladimir Putin is prepared to go to retain his grip on power, as his invasion of Ukraine falters.
Bill Browder, businessman and Kremlin critic
ABC Sport Daily: Lauren Jackson on her incredible comeback
Kissed by a 12-year-old boy and overwhelmed by public support, revelling as a role player and enthralled by a new breed of Opals, Lauren Jackson is living her best life in a feel-good comeback.
The 41-year-old basketball legend knows what special looks like and the Mum of two is daring to dream at the FIBA World Cup.
Today, ABC Sport Daily's Patrick Stack speaks with Jackson about her incredible return to international basketball.
Lauren Jackson, Australian basketball legend.
Lessons from Britain on how not to run an economy
It's been a tough year for our economy but spare a thought for the people of Britain, where the new government's mini-budget this week sent an already struggling economy into freefall.
Today, business editor Ian Verrender on why our own budget this month will be one of the most conservative yet.
Ian Verrender, ABC business editor
Good news, great balance
Well done. Excellent diversity in reporting also.