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At 91, Clint Eastwood continues to bring transcendent grace to the contemporary western -- The veteran actor returns to his old spiritual stomping ground of the western with a deeply affecting portrayal of a cowboy yearning for connection in Cry Macho.

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COVID gave us the chance for a 'life-changing' economic experiment, but we've turned our backs on it -- The glaring lesson of the pandemic, which our political discourse is not yet to really deal with, is the need for all sorts of government interventions in our economy, writes Laura Tingle.

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In the 19th century, Melbourne was nicknamed 'Smellbourne'. The solution lay in the city's west -- In the late 1800s, the population of Melbourne was growing fast, but the streets were flushed with waste. Then the Western Treatment Plant at Werribee was developed.

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"There's more to life than rock'n'roll": Harry Angus on leaving The Cat Empire -- The band has been a huge part of Angus's identity, and there haven't been many negatives — but, like his music, he's satisfied with improvising what will come next.

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Hiring a car this summer holidays? Here's how to avoid hidden fees -- Rachel Rasker went on a solo trip to the Northern territory recently and paid three times more than expected for a hire car. Here's how you can avoid making the same mistake.

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Leaked emails reveal Macquarie's deliberations in the 'biggest banking scandal in history' -- Internal documents show how Australia's largest investment bank took part in a controversial German tax scheme, despite warnings of reputational damage and legal risk.

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Worrying trend in long COVID patients developing PTSD and depression - Thousands are experiencing the long term effects of having caught COVID-19. They're known as 'long haulers' and their side effects include memory loss, shortness of breath, and even PTSD and depression. Duration: 7 minutes 49 seconds - 7 - m

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Year 12 student Arezo is speaking out — something forbidden in her homeland -- Exam pressure can be hard enough, but Hobart student Arezo Hami has had the added layer of negotiating help for Afghan family members coping with life under the Taliban.

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How strong is your knowledge of Australian music? -- It's the final quiz of Ausmusic Month, so we're keeping it all local this week. This one will put your Australian music knowledge to the test.

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Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace - Nick Cave performs solo at the piano at London's iconic Alexandra Palace. Nick Cave performs songs from his extensive back catalogue, including rare tracks that most fans will be hearing for the first time. Duration: 1 hour 28 minutes 51 seconds - 1 - h - 28 - m

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Remembering Crowded House's Farewell To The World, 25 years on -- A big party on the steps of the Sydney Opera House would allow 100,000 fans to say goodbye as Crowded House played one final show. In hindsight, it's a genius idea. But the band weren't so sure at the time.

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Genesis of the Canberra artist who just took out four ARIA awards -- Canberra is known for many things — mostly politicians and public servants. But it's also home to a growing music scene, and one of its members just took out four ARIA awards.

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The controversial history of Albany's iconic Dog Rock - In 1921, Albany council proposed blowing up an iconic rock to widen one of the town's main roads. It survived the proposal and today remains a landmark tourist attraction.

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An Object in Time: The ticker tape -- How did one long, skinny strip of paper plunge the world into the worst global economic downturn history had ever seen? -- Duration: 28 minutes 35 seconds

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Be fit, win dance battles: The history of Jazzercise will blow your mind -- Jazzercise was created in 1969 by a dance teacher who surveyed her class to find out what they really wanted. Now franchised all over the world, this classic workout leaves you ready to win any dance battle. -- Duration: 9 minutes 42 seconds

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Bonnie and Clyde – Part 1 - This is story of the legendary bank robbing couple Bonnie and Clyde. Fueled by their passion for each other and fame, the couple committed a spree of robbing banks leaving a trail of blood and headlines behind them. Duration: 1 hour 22 minutes - 1 - h - 22 - m

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