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Latest news: ABC

Australians are being double-charged for Bluey episodes

Partnerships between US tech giants has led Australians to pay more for their favourite homegrown television shows, including children's hit Bluey.

Kim Williams named as new ABC Chair

The prime minister has named former News Limited CEO Kim Williams as the new chair of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, replacing Ita Buttrose.

Take 6 with Jimmy Rees

Beloved comedian Jimmy Rees brings his Not That Kinda Viral tour to Canberra's National Convention Centre on 9 September.

Lehrmann claims ABC ‘actuated by malice’ in publishing Higgins speech

Ex-Liberal staffer Bruce Lehrmann claims the ABC maliciously broadcast a speech by Brittany Higgins about her alleged rape that prejudiced his criminal trial.

Take 5 with Tim Ross

Self-confessed design nerd Tim Ross shares his love of architecture in Designing a Legacy Series two on ABC TV 4 June.

Ombudsman clears ABC over coronation broadcast

The ABC's independent ombudsman has cleared the broadcaster of breaching editorial standards during its coverage of the King's coronation.

ABC boss apologises to Stan Grant after Q&A call

The managing director of the ABC has apologised to Stan Grant after the veteran correspondent walked away from his role as Q&A host over racial abuse.

Stan Grant quits Q&A on ABC following racist abuse

Veteran journalist Stan Grant has quit his role as host of the national broadcaster's flagship discussion program.

ABC denies Brittany Higgins’ address concerned Bruce Lehrmann

The ABC has denied a speech by Brittany Higgins was about Bruce Lehrmann as the broadcaster seeks to toss the ex-Liberal staffer's defamation case against it.

ABC on Voice ‘deeply troubling’: Senator Jacinta Price

NT Senator Jacinta Nampijinpa Price claims the ABC will only give a "one-sided view" of the Indigenous Voice to parliament referendum, saying she finds it "deeply troubling" as a First Nations person.

Christian Porter’s defamation spinoff appeal fails

Former commonwealth attorney-general Christian Porter has lost his appeal over hundreds of thousands of legal costs and the removal of his barrister in a now-settled defamation case against the ABC.

Craig McLachlan jury shown ‘bottom touch’ video clip

Craig McLachlan has responded to a video appearing to show him touching actress Anna Samson on the bottom, saying it was just a joke for the camera crew.

Craig McLachlan tells of Grease ‘porno shots’ with Christie Whelan Browne

Craig McLachlan has told his defamation trial against Fairfax Media, the ABC and actress Christie Whelan Browne of "quasi porno shots" taken with her.