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April, 2014

Breaking Bad creator on show’s ‘moral universe’

The creator and executive producer of cult TV hit Breaking Bad speaks to 7.30′s Sarah Ferguson about violence, the morality of Walter White and the show’s ru…

Explained: Australia’s current economic position

There are differing assessments of how good or bad Australia’s fiscal position is – depending on who you ask. ABC News’ Jeremy Fernandez investigates. Read m…

Finding the good in Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad creator and writer, Vince Gilligan, talks about longing to live in a moral universe. See the full interview at: http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/conte…

Do people really have a right to be bigots?

Attorney-General George Brandis says people have a right to be bigots and to say things that other people find offensive. ABC Fact Check finds his claim is i…

Budget hints: Karen Middleton reports

SBS Chief Political Correspondent Karen Middleton with analysis of PM Tony Abbott’s comments about Budget 2014.

Are migrants more resilient to disaster in Australia?

Most Australians grow up with an awareness of the deadly impact floods, bushfires and cyclones can bring. But it’s a different story for those who move here …

Tensions over Hobart cable car development

International investors and the Tasmanian state government are among those throwing their support behind a plan to build a cable car on Hobart’s highest poin…

Explained: Pope John XXIII’s papacy

Jeremy Fernandez profiles Pope John XXIII, who reformed the Catholic Church through Vatican 2 and is thought to have been one of the most loved popes in the …

Rain fails to dampen Anzac spirit: Sam Ikin

Rain has not stopped crowds gathering in Sydney for the Anzac Day march through the city’s streets, nor has it deterred returned soldiers. Sam Ikin reports.

Fly above Gallipoli

Watch aerial vision taken over key historical sites at Gallipoli as Australia commemorates Anzac Day. Music: O Valiant Hearts, performed by The Royal Militar…

Anzac Day: Messages from serving troops

Serving members of Australia’s Defence Forces have sent home messages to their loved ones this Anzac Day.

Letters to the Front: Keeping up with the WWI mail deluge

ABC News Digital looks at the huge logistical effort to help Australians feel connected to their loved ones serving in World War I. Animation by Lucy Fahey.

Fact or fiction: Common Anzac myths put to the test

How much of what Australians have come to believe about the Anzacs is fact, and how much is fiction? ABC Fact Check’s John Barron asks the experts. Read more…

Soldier’s Gallipoli letter reveals horrors of war

Like many soldiers returning from WWI, Herry Gower kept his nightmares to himself. But after his death, his belongings were given to his son. They revealed t…

Royals to visit Parliament in Canberra tour: Kathy Novak

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are visiting the National Arboretum where they will meet children and plant an English oak tree. Watch World News Australia…

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