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Maggie Dent on how to discipline your child

Good discipline is a long game. So how do you do it right?
Duration: 2 minutes 34 seconds

Maggie Dent on managing anger in the home

Kids are prone to tantrums, especially the little ones, but what’s the right way to deal with them?
Duration: 2 minutes 15 seconds

Australian Quidditch team wins bronze at European championship

The Dropbears are celebrating taking the bronze medal in Dublin after defeating Norway in the third-place match at the European Games.
Duration: 1 minute 35 seconds

Dr Norman Swan talks about the latest COVID wave

Australia has ranked third globally in cases per million people in the past seven days. How significant is that figure and should we be wearing masks in more situations? Dr Norman Swan explains.
Duration: 6 minutes 33 seconds

Sanitising mats rolled out at airports to prevent foot-and-mouth spread

They contain a citric acid solution to sanitise travellers' shoes, in a bid to stop the disease from getting into Australia
Duration: 2 minutes 30 seconds

APRA boss Byres to stand down early from bank regulator

By business reporter Michael Janda
The head of Australia's bank regulator will end his term almost two years early, announcing he will step down from his role at the end of October.
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Australian involved in horror Tour de France crash, causing favourite to withdraw with head injury

Nicole Frain approached the peloton at speed with around 25km of the Provins stage to go, seemingly unaware of an existing pile-up in front of her. Marta Cavalli was later sent to hospital for monitoring.
Nicole Frain adjusts her helmet ahead of the Festival of Cycling in Australia

Gems stolen in historic 1989 diamond mine heist back in circulation

Diamonds stolen from the Argyle mine in the Kimberley region of Western Australia are turning up in unlikely places.
Duration: 3 minutes 57 seconds

Anthony Albanese says he hopes Manly pride jersey debacle can be resolved respectfully

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has praised retired gay rugby star Ian Roberts in the wake of his former club's pride jersey debate, saying he hopes the situation can be resolved quickly and respectfully.
Duration: 37 seconds

Manly Eagles players to boycott game to protest LGBT jersey

The Sea Eagles' decision to wear a special-edition pride jersey in a clash with the Roosters has become a divisive subject within the club.
Duration: 2 minutes 40 seconds

Liberal MP Bridget Archer says she is ready to rebel again in support of government's climate bill

By political reporter Jake Evans
Bridget Archer, who rebelled against the former government on key pieces of legislation, says she is prepared to do so again in support of enshrining a 43 per cent emissions reduction target into law.
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Myanmar executes four democracy activists

Myanmar's military junta has executed four democracy activists accused of helping carry out "terror acts", the South-East Asian nation's first executions in decades.
Duration: 8 minutes 10 seconds

Wall Street a mixed bag ahead of rate hike decision, ASX rising

By business reporter Emilia Terzon
Australian shares are rising on Tuesday, despite Wall Street wavering ahead of another likely rate hike later this week.
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The last time inflation got out of control 'it ended badly'. So what's likely to happen this time?

By business reporters Rachel Pupazzoni and Michael Janda and Lori Youmshajekian
Inflation is the highest it has been in decades, and is set to rise further. But how is it measured, what is behind the price rises and how will the Reserve Bank get it back under control?
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Seventeen Banksia Hill juvenile inmates in adult prison

A group of 17 teenagers has been relocated from WA's Banksia Hill Detention Centre to an isolated unit at a maximum security prison, despite a backlash from advocates.
Duration: 2 minutes 6 seconds

Woman jailed for attempted prison break

A brazen escape plan by Canberra woman Lila Walto who rammed a corrective services vehicle to spring her partner from prison has landed her with a six-year jail term.
Duration: 1 minute 30 seconds

Calls for safety overhaul of Adelaide freeway

Police say brake failure and driver error will be considered in their investigation into a dramatic truck crash at the bottom of Adelaide's South Eastern Freeway — the sixth major truck-crash on the freeway in the last 12 years.
Duration: 1 minute 52 seconds

Charges dropped against teen accused of murder

A thirteen-year-old Canberra boy who was charged with the shooting murder of Glenn Walewicz has had his charges dropped.
Duration: 1 minute 35 seconds

Football legend Neil Kerley remembered at state funeral

Hundreds have gathered to celebrate the life of South Australian football legend Neil Kerley AM at a state funeral at Adelaide Oval.
Duration: 1 minute 54 seconds

Chinese government critic arrested in London

Australian activist Drew Pavlou has been arrested and detained in London just 20 minutes into a protest outside the Chinese embassy after authorities alleged he had emailed a bomb threat.
Duration: 1 minute 34 seconds

COVID hospitalisations reach new record

The number of COVID-19 related hospitalisations in South Australia has hit a new record – with 384 people now in hospital.
Duration: 2 minutes 1 second

analysis: Unmanned, at sea and loaded with drugs: Our laws aren't ready for 'narco-drones', the new frontier in trafficking

By Natalie Klein and Rob McLaughlin
International and Australian laws need to be updated to cope with the newest drug-trafficking technique threatening maritime security: remote-controlled narco-drones, write Natalie Klein and Rob McLaughlin. 
A video screenshot showing three submarine-like metal boxes.

analysis: A new deal between Ukraine and Russia may show a path to the end of the war

By Mick Ryan
While the Russian attack on Odesa is hardly an auspicious beginning and is indicative of the lack of trust between the belligerents, there are some important takeaways from the agreement, writes Mick Ryan.
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Why Andrea was brought to tears after receiving a letter from Centrelink

By Benay Ozdemir and social affairs correspondent Norman Hermant
Australians from migrant backgrounds are frustrated with confusing communication from Centrelink, sometimes leading to debts and other misunderstandings.
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ASIC has been trying to shut down this 'predatory' lender for years. Is it finally about to succeed?

By business reporter Rhiana Whitson
ASIC is investigating whether a third lending model set up by "predatory" payday lender Cigno is legal, while the company takes its fight to be exempt from credit laws to the High Court. 
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