ABC News and Current Affairs

ABC News and Current Affairs is the division of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) that controls content classified as news, public affairs and business and finance.

However, the other divisions of the ABC also produce a range of programming within these genres. All such content is covered here.

ABC Television and ABC Online VOD


Current affairs


Business and finance


Asia Pacific

  • Asia Pacific Focus (aka "Focus") It was hosted by Helen Vatsikopoulos.
  • ABC News for Australia Network (aka "Australia Network News" / "ABC Asia Pacific News")
  • Newsline


ABC Radio programs

Current affairs

ABC Radio National

  • 360
  • Awaye!
  • Australia Talks
  • Artworks
  • Background Briefing
  • Big Ideas
  • Breakfast
  • EdPod
  • ForaRadio
  • Future Tense
  • The Health Report
  • The Law Report
  • Late Night Live
  • The National Interest
  • Saturday Extra
  • The Science Show

ABC Newsradio

  • StarStuff
  • Health Minutes

Radio Australia

  • 24 hrs dans le Pacifique
  • Asia Pacific
  • Asia Pacific Business
  • Asia Review
  • Bay Vut Tin tức
  • Connect Asia
  • Correspondent's Notebook
  • Innovations
  • Pacific Beat
  • Other programs in Mandarin, Indonesian, Tok Pisin, Khmer and French.

triple j

  • Hack
  • triple j news
  • triple j music news
  • Sunday Night Safran

ABC Rural

  • National Rural News
  • The Country Hour
  • Bush Telegraph
  • Country Breakfast
  • Rural Reporte]
  • The Resources Beat

ABC Local Radio

  • Nightlife
  • Overnights
  • Speaking Out
  • Sunday Nights
  • Sunday Profile
  • Various local programs

ABC Current Affairs

The ABC produces many current affairs programmes, including 7.30. These programmes often use resources or reports from one another. For instance, an Asia-Pacific-based report from the week's Foreign Correspondent will be edited for use during that same week's Asia-Pacific Focus programme.

The ABC's Current Affairs department has won a number of awards over the years.

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