March 15th, 2017
On Wednesday's edition of The World Today: Shock at a multi-billion dollar gas project in Darwin with at least 600 workers stood down; calls for a national conversation about balancing work and play by introducing a four day working week; and questions over the ferocity of criticism levelled at the Coopers brewery and its gay marriage stance.
March 10th, 2017
On Friday's edition of The World Today: Five US states have launched legal action to challenge President Donald Trump's revised travel ban. They argue that it remains unconstitutional and discriminatory; Another senior member of the finance industry speaks out against some of the incentives used to lure investors into the property market; And...
February 28th, 2017
On Tuesday's edition of The World Today: Former US President George W Bush gives a rare public interview and takes a swipe at fellow Republican president Donald Trump; and, and, a private space exploration company announces it'll send tourists to the moon next year.