World News Radio January 29

The Greek Prime Minister says the country won't be defaulting on it debts;Calls for a post Ebola recovery plan;Harry Triguboff's first impressions of Australia. 
A controversial Russian decree would try to stop transgender people from driving.  
New Yorkers had been warned to expect a meteorological apocalypse, with predictions of one of the largest blizzards in the history of New York City.  
A long-awaited public inquiry into the death of a former Russian K-G-B spy has begun in London. 

World News Radio January 28

Hundreds of Holocaust survivors gather at Auschwitz for a service marking 70 years since its liberation;Robert Allenby says the truth will emerge about what...
Ceremonies are being held marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the former Nazi death camp of Auschwitz in Poland.  
19-year-old Ajla Tomljanovic isn't yet an Australian citizen, but she's been playing for Australia at the Australian Open.
Tunisian Malek Jaziri has bowed out of the Australian Open, but he can still be proud of his performance.  
Phillippa Carisbrooke takes a look at the legacy of the Holocaust for one Australian family.

World News Radio January 27

70 years since Auschwitz was liberated;Lance Armstrong says he'd probably cheat again;Greek singer Demis Roussos dead at 68.  

World News Radio January 26

Hundreds revered with honours on Australia Day;A political deal to end the violence in South Sudan;Weekend sport wrap.  

Weekend Sport Wrap

World News Radio's weekend round up with Attila Mosonyi
The leaders of South Sudan's warring factions have agreed to a political deal that could help to end to a 13-month-old civil war.

New hopes for Hicks to clear name

David Hicks's lawyer says the US has admitted the former Guantanamo Bay inmate is innocent.

World News Radio January 23

Andrew Chan faces execution in Indonesia;Omega 3 capsules minus the omega 3;Socceroos advance to the Asian Cup semi-finals.  

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The Northern Territory has the nation's highest rate of overcrowding in Indigenous houses in public housing.
Australian golfing great Kel Nagle is being lauded as one of the sport's gentlemen after he died in a Sydney hospital on Thursday morning.
When Norway’s largest newspaper Aftenposten sent three young fashion bloggers to Phnom Penh to work for a month at a clothing factory, they came back transformed.

Iceland's Last Hamburger, Live!

Live, From Iceland - It's A Hamburger! But not just any hamburger. They call it "The last McDonald's hamburger in Iceland". And 6 years on it still looks edible.
A cat in Florida has had surgery after apparently clawing its way out of his grave following a collision with a car.
Australian researchers say a particular strain of probiotics could provide an effective treatment for peanut allergies.
Australians are generally a forgiving lot so it could be some solace for those offended by the decision to award Prince Philip a Knighthood that Mr. Abbott...