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The enduring collaboration of Jack Johnson and Paula Fuga
Singer-songwriter Paula Fuga and the master of mellow, Jack Johnson met at a kick-ball tournament which sparked a creative collaboration that continues to this day.
Paula Fuga's latest album, 'Rain On Sunday' will be out soon and the single, 'If Ever' features Jack Johnson.
Witness K and the flaws in Australia's whistleblower laws - Law report with Damien Carrick
A former Australian spy, known only as Witness K, who pleaded guilty to revealing classified information has avoided going to jail.
Last Friday, a Canberra magistrate gave Witness K a three-month suspended sentence for telling the world that the Australian government spied on the government of Timor Leste during negotiations over how to divide the oil and gas resources in the Timor Strait.
Surfing makes its Olympic debut
Surfing is set to debut as a competitive sport at next month's Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.
The Australian Olympic Committee has officially selected the four surfers to the team.
'Starstruck' is a fresh take on familiar romcom tropes - Talking TV with Wenlei Ma
If you're a fan of romantic comedies, you're going to love Starstruck, a new six-part series starting on ABC tomorrow night.
Starstruck is centred on a young woman in London who hooks up with a guy on New Year's Eve only to find out the next day that he's a famous actor.
LGBTI alarm at new religious discrimination bill
The Morrison Government says it will introduce a revised Religious Discrimination Bill by the end of the year.
LGBTI groups are alarmed that it could lead to the rolling back of existing anti-discrimination protections.
Truckie fatigue management plan criticised as potentially unsafe
Truck driver fatigue is linked to more than a third of truckie deaths but a plan being spruiked by the heavy vehicle regulator to give operators more flexibility is being blasted by critics as potentially unsafe.
The Advanced Fatigue Management strategy will allow drivers on the road for up to 16 hours a day, with operators able to set their own hours of work and rest.