Scientists warn that it could strike a devastating blow to the fight against climate change.
Can he appeal again?
Thanks to an Instagram account called 'Call Time on Melanoma', young Aussies have had their skin checked and even found melanomas.
Today's young Australians are in danger of being the first ever generation to have lower living standards than their parents.
The Friday shakeup with Junkee editor Rae Johnston and Alex McClintock, author of On the Chin: A boxing Education.
Though that still doesn't explain how it knows what you want to buy.
When doing great just isn't enough.
Four elite private schools spent more on new facilities than 1,800 schools combined.
The suicide death of disgraced financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has stirred up wild conspiracy theories.
The Friday shakeup with Guardian Australia reporter Naaman Zhou and Young Nationals president Alessia Maruca.
Gamers say it's like gambling, and you can spend tens of thousands of dollars on them. Will this work?
Does it stack up?
Should fake meat be called 'meat'? And what does that mean for cattle farmers?
Australian dentists are warning teeth whitening products could do a lot of harm.
The Friday shakeup with former politician Wyatt Roy and comedian Nina Oyama.
It affects five per cent of women, but it's surprisingly little-known.
We hear from the woman who invented them, and now kind of regrets it.
Hack reporter Avani Dias recently found out that the apartment she was living in was unliveable
Barnaby Joyce has joined calls to raise Newstart, saying he struggles on his $211,000 salary.
It's the Friday Shake-Up with Rick Morton and Alisha Aitken-Radburn.
New Liberal Senator Andrew Bragg says compulsory superannuation contributions should be scrapped for people earning under $50k.
Tennis champion Dylan Alcott kicks off his new fight to remove barriers for people with disabilities to get jobs.
The $200 million drought relief fund won't start flowing till next year.
Migraines have become one of the most common brain disorders in the world.
On the 50th anniversary of the first landing, the moon is back in the sites of space agencies.
Would you "rub one out" so your friend could have a baby?
Private health care is facing a 'death spiral' if young, healthy users abandon insurance.
A coronial inquest into drug deaths at music festivals heard there's often only one doctor on scene who doesn't know how to deal with life threatening reactions to MDMA.
The Friday shakeup with AIME founder and CEO Jack Manning Bancroft and NAIDOC committee member Shannan Dodson.
We hear how this is affecting people on the ground.
Dating your mates, from unwelcome drunk proposals to happy endings.
Being a helpful friend or family member and proof reading someone else's uni paper could land you in trouble.
The introduction of streaming services "killed" the NBN. Is the national scheme going to introduce a Netflix tax?
The Friday shakeup with The Feed's Victoria Zerbst and Adelaide Advertiser commentator Caleb Bond.
They're slow and fall over heaps right now, but the droids may one day take on the humans.
Campaigns to stop body shaming appear to be not working. What's wrong?
Could your family tree help solve crimes?
Japan have resumed commercial whaling for the first time in 30 years.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Rhys Nicholson and Buzzfeed reporter Lane Sainty.
Alek Sigley was studying in Pyongyang. He hasn't been heard from in days.
The Victorian Government is banning mobile phones in schools, even during lunchtime.
RJ Mitte, who plays Walter White's son in Breaking Bad, joins us to talk disability visibility in Hollywood.
Do you ever wake up with crippling anxiety after a big night on the booze and wonder why?
The Friday shakeup with The Monthly's Richard Cook and comedian Steph Tisdale.
It could make online purchases easier, but there's a catch.
Thousands of Australians call themselves 'wellness coaches'. Here's what they do.
Theo Hayez has been missing for two weeks and police are asking for access to his WhatsApp messages.
When you're a teenager, acne is normal. But getting it when you're an adult can be traumatising.
The Friday shakeup with Labor staffer and former Bachelor contender Alisha Aitken-Radburn, and The Feed's Patrick Abboud.
They've been tear-gassed and shot at with rubber bullets.
A report on insurance discrimination by the Victorian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission has found the travel insurance industry is still struggling to understand mental health issues.
A new documentary, The Final Quarter, takes a look at the treatment of Adam Goodes in the AFL.
The Friday shakeup with Joyride and West Australian newspaper assistant editor Jenna Clarke.
She posted as a Home and Away star to stalk women online and trick them into fake relationships.
It's highly unusual for the national broadcaster to be raided in this way.
Helped by misinformation on the internet, the anti-vax movement has seen a steady rise in recent years.
It's called 'forest bathing' and it's designed to help you chill out.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Craig Quartermaine and Junkee editor Rae Johnston.
And astronomers are not happy.
Frontman Dave Hosking tells how a faecal donor travelled with the band to make their comeback album possible.
If you went to private school, there's a new dating app just for you.
It's Reconciliation Week and we're taking a look at the Uluru Statement of the Heart.
The Friday shakeup with Labor staffer and Bachelor in Paradise contestant Alisha Aitken-Radburn, and comedian and former triple j host Matt Okine.
The future of sex may include remote-operated dildos and getting it on with robots.
A national survey of young people has found one in five don't understand that using technology to track their partners is abuse.
We asked Hack listeners and relationship experts how best to break up with someone.
The Coalition claimed victory in the Federal Election over the weekend.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Tom Gleeson and political reporter for The Australian Alice Workman.
... and it's actually really uplifting.
Should this ring alarm bells for the way aquariums capture and treat sea life?
It’s got bipartisan support, but is the new first home buyers policy a good one?
We're in Hobart for the last leg of our swinging voters tour.
The Friday shakeup with Greens candidate Steph Hodgkins May and former triple j presenter and independent candidate Alex Dyson.
... since the Victorian era.
One of the world's most famous conservationists shares her story.
Education Minister Dan Tehan and Shadow Education Minister Tanya Plibersek join Tom Tilley.
We're in Woollongong for the next leg of our swinging voters tour.
The Friday shakeup with Victorian Liberal senator James Paterson and Labor candidate for the Melbourne seat of Kooyong, Jana Stewart.
More than 20 per cent of women didn't enjoy the last time they had sex, a new survey shows. What's going on?
We chat with Melinda Gates - the most powerful woman in philanthropy - about her and her super-wealthy husband's humanitarian work.
Labor has yet to unveil its mental health policy, two weeks after the Coalition announced theirs.
We're in Adelaide for the next leg of our swinging voters tour.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Corey White and vice-president of the NSW Young Liberals Bridget Meany.
We interview Minister for Jobs Kelly O'Dwyer and Brendan O'Connor, Labor's Shadow Minister for Employment.
We're in Coffs Harbour for the next leg of our swinging voters tour.
The Friday shakeup with Adelaide's The Advertiser columnist Caleb Bond and 15-year-old climate activist Jean Hinchliffe.
One Melbourne company has no-work Wednesday every week. We hear how it's working.
The Minister and Shadow Minister for Energy join us on the show.
We're in Townsville for the first leg of our swinging voters tour.
The Friday shakeup with The Feed's Jan Fran, and former Coalition MP Wyatt Roy.
Here's some of the big issues.
Volunteer lawyers have spent hours glued to HBO's blockbuster series in a bid to answer this question.
How a Melbourne woman posed as Australian celebrities online for years.
Animal activists protested across the country today, to mark the year anniversary of the film Dominion.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Tom Ballard, and Channel Nine political reporter Liz Daniels.
Is witnessing this any easier when you're an adult?
We interview Treasurer Josh Frydenberg about the new Federal Budget, and what's in it for young people.
Young workers are calling for safer worksites in the wake of an 18-year-old apprentice's death in Sydney.
Labor has unveiled its climate policy today, so what does it look like?
The Friday shakeup with Rob Harris, political reporter for the Herald Sun, and Siobhan Blake, deputy leader of the Young Nationals.
Crying has proven to be therapeutic. Here's how you should handle yourself.
It spends as much on on political donations and campaigns, per capita, as America's powerful NRA, a new report has found.
An undercover Al Jazeera investigation has shown senior One Nation officials soliciting political donations from powerful American gun lobbyists.
If you've got a Centrelink Robodebt, it might stop you travelling overseas.
The Friday shakeup with Geoffrey Winters and Rashna Farrukh.
How do you stay sane when there's so much heavy new around?
How do we moderate to prevent this happening?
A marine biologist has pulled 16 rice sacks out of a whale's stomach in the Philippines.
What are we doing to curb far-right terrorists in Australia?
Tens of thousands of students around the country are calling for action.
Should she be allowed back?
Here's the public reaction.
Crocodile farmers in Queensland can now legally hunt and gather crocodile eggs in the wild.
More and more pubs around Australia are incorporating vegan options into their menus.
The Friday shakeup with Carlton footballer Darcy Vescio, and champion for women's equality Amy Mullins.
The documentary contains detailed and shocking accounts of child sexual abuse.
The fact he's recruiting shows he's worried about holding his seat.
At least four LGBTI men were assaulted before Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on the weekend.
And here's what Resources Minister Matt Canavan has to say.
The Friday Shakeup with comedian Mark Humphries and BuzzFeed reporter Lane Sainty.
But will any of his evidence actually harm Trump?
Here's what happens next.
Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of sexually abusing two choirboys.
Will growing medicinal cannabis locally make it easier for Australian patients to access it?
The Friday shakeup with Gizmodo technology writer Tegan Jones and comedian Corey White.
Here's why this is a big deal for the Liberal Party.
Can the event break away from its debaucherous past?
More than 2030 people died after receiving a Centrelink debt notice, new figures reveal.
The Paladin Group were registered to a beach shack in Kangaroo Island, but were awarded security contracts on Manus Island.
The Friday shakeup with Brigid Meney, vice president of the NSW Young Liberals, and comedian Craig Quartermaine.
They're telling politicians to support the hard work they've been doing in their local communities.
We ask Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton if the Coalition is scaremongering.
Dairy farmer Casey Treloar made a heartfelt farewell video to the dairy industry.
One in three women under 30 are so worried about the future of the planet they are reconsidering having kids.
The Friday shakeup with Michael Hing from The Feed and Claire Reilly from CNET.
Two brothers return to their home town to rebuild what was lost in one of Australia's worst ever bushfires.
Did you know lots of our clothes generate plastics that pollute the ocean?
Genetic testing could tell you how you're likely to die, but would you want to know?
The Victorian government has become the first state to outlaw gay conversion therapy.
The Friday shakeup with Reuben Styles from Peking Duk and Jenna Clarke from Buzzfeed.
A Royal Commission has slammed the management of the Murray-Darling Basin river system.
... and why they don't test at festivals.
Hack is back for 2019 and we're diving into the debate around drugs and pill-testing.
We take a look at the phenomenon of mystery boxes - where people pay money to have a box full of mystery items sent to their home.
Traumatic events can make or break a relationship. We meet two young people who know this first hand.
We visit one of the country's only pet taxidermists, and an intelligent mirror judges Jo (unkindly) on the way she looks.
Your guide to sex overseas, and everything you should know before you go there.
Sapiens author Yuval Noah Harari on the past, present, and future of mankind.
Croc hunting safaris are now a successful tourism venture.
We meet a young bisexual man who came out to his family after filling out triple j's What's Up In Your World survey.
It's our final show of the year!
The plastic bag ban and the #NeverAgain gun control movement.
Wyatt Roy and Hannah Hollis discuss the ball-tampering scandal and Facebook's Cambridge Analytical fail.
Jan Fran and Caleb Bond discuss the #MeToo movement and pill testing.
It's the final week of Hack for 2018 and we're looking back at year's top 10 moments.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Michelle Brasier and Junkee editor Rob Stott.
On the final day of Parliament in 2018 there was madness in the Houses.
Did the arrest of Chris Dawson have anything to do with the true-crime podcast?
How important is age when it comes to dating? A Dutch man has lost his legal bid to lower his age by 20 years.
We find out what life is like at the US / Mexico border camp where migrants are hoping for a new life in America.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Rhys Nicholson and former Young National and DJ Amelia Judson.
How did they get the funding?
They've been banned in some European countries but our Parliament is just calling for more research.
Breaking down the new legislation on national security and why ticket scalping laws don't seem to be working.
Gamers are building online communities of support to combat loneliness.
The Friday shakeup with Amy Remeikis, political reporter for the Guardian, and former Australian MP turned AI entrepreneur Wyatt Roy.
How and why he finally got off.
Is it basically culling?
Today on the show, we talk all things relationships and why taking a break can be a good and bad decision.
The rapper encouraged women in the crowd to take their tops off during his set.
The Friday shakeup with WA Young Nationals vice president Siobhan Blake and Josh Taylor, senior reporter at Buzzfeed.
... but she may now face jail time in Australia. Why?
Would you be more inclined to buy something you saw on Instagram if your close friend was the one who posted about it?
The Federal Government has announced almost 2,000 new scholarships for regional and remote university students.
We explore the intersection between mental health and radicalisation following the terror attack in Melbourne.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Alex Lee from SBS's The Feed, and Australian Financial Review political reporter Tom McIlroy.
... for playing League of Legends.
Critics say it risks criminalising children.
Stephen Stockwell is in Queensland to talk to locals as the Prime Minister's "ScoMo Express" bus rolls into town.
The airline's move has been labelled 'tokenistic' by some veterans groups.
The Friday shakeup with comedian Matt Okine and Primrose Riordan, reporter for the Australian.
A new study shows taking very small amounts of LSD can help your mental state, but doctors aren't so sure.
But should we get rid of the trade altogether?
Families of those who died on work sites want tougher workplace penalties to prevent deaths.
A group of scientists are using the popular game to educate gamers about climate change.
The Friday shakeup with vice president of the Young Liberals Brigid Meney and comedian Tom Ballard.
Some software updates actually made the phones worse.
A survey of Uber drivers has found many are driving full-time below the minimum wage.
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd responds to the current Australian political climate, after being the first PM to be ousted by his party eight years ago.
"I simply say, I believe you, we believe you, your country believes you."
He spent a month in maximum security. His lawyer said: "What authorities have done to this young man is absolutely unforgivable".
Now NSW and SA are the only states where abortion is still in the criminal code.
Hack has received the first look at a report that describes housing at crisis point for struggling young people.
Writer Hari Kondabolu chats to Hack about his film looking into the racial problems associated with the famous Simpson's character Apu.
At least 10 organisations in Australia and New Zealand currently advertise the provision of conversion therapies, a new report has found.
It was bizarre and possibly concerning. That and more on the Friday shakeup with Penny Greenhalgh and Michael Koziol.
The Saudi journalist was reportedly assassinated in Turkey.
Honor Eastly shares her experience of mental illness, as described in her new podcast, No Feeling Is Final.
We asked evolutionary psychologist Dr Ian Stephen why people are attracted to various heights when they're dating.
The New South Wales State Government's decision to allow the Sydney Opera House to be used as a billboard has kicked up some controversy.
The Friday shakeup with The Feed's Jan Fran and Adelaide Advertiser reporter Caleb Bond.
We go on a course that teaches you how to do it right.
Labor wants to lower negative gearing tax breaks. Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has other ideas.
Two Contiki tourists say the company mishandled allegations of sexual harassment against them while on a European tour.
President Donald Trump has authorised a one-week FBI investigation of Brett Kavanaugh, following sexual misconduct allegations levelled at the Supreme Court nominee.
The NRL and AFL Grand Finals kick off from Saturday.
He's accused of putting political pressure on the ABC to have two journalists fired.
The man once known as 'America's favourite dad' faces up to 10 years in prison.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison suggested a new Indigenous celebration and public holiday, rather than moving the date of Australia Day.
Out of 6,405 complaints received by the ombudsman, only 16 students have had their debts waived or reduced.
Does the ATAR really matter? The Friday shakeup with Rose Callaghan and Herald Sun political reporter Rob Harris.
We ask the minister responsible how AFL finals tickets are being resold for thousands.
Hack has spoken exclusively to the only person to have visited the 25-year-old university student in prison, aside from his lawyer.
A secret report has revealed students with low ATARs - some close to zero - are being offered teaching degrees at uni.
Mita Pauljevic, the father of a young man who died at Defqon.1 three years ago, says shutting down the festival won't solve the problem.
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
Kyle Bower will be driving into the heart of Hurricane Florence as it makes landfall in North Carolina.
The story of a couple who fell in love after a terrible accident.
State governments want to give away money for solar. Is it a good idea?
They're high in protein and use less water than other food sources. But they're bugs.
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
The US whistleblower was speaking to Hack about being refused an Australian visa when things went awry.
Was this Nike's plan all along?
The bestselling historian, recommended by Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, shares his thoughts on life in the near future.
His uncle says the alleged Islamic State affiliate is "just like any other boy".
We ask China Correspondent Bill Birtles if it was something he wrote.
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
The Federal Government is preparing to ban US whistleblower Chelsea Manning from coming to Australia on a speaking tour.
Some Tassie locals are actively trying to stop new mountain bike tracks going ahead.
"A lot of them get very happy and giggly. There's screams."
Here's who got the ministry jobs that matter to young people.
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
Australia, we could have a new Prime Minister by the weekend.
On the textline: "How do I become PM? I'm a sparky now but I'm keen to give it a crack."
The vote revealed 42 per cent of Malcolm Turnbull's colleagues want him gone. Why can't our PMs hang on?
Could we be about to witness a fourth prime minister taken down by their own party room?
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
Two-thirds of LGBTI employees are not out to their colleagues, a new report reveals.
'Psychedelic feminists' are taking aya to overcome what they call the sexist barriers of our society.
Ibrahim didn't know it yet, but he'd been sacked by runaway automated HR system.
It's called the the Brazilian Butt Lift, and it's catching on.
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
Travelling with a new partner for the first time can be make or break, according to you triple j listeners.
New research shows 40 per cent of women are taking days off work and uni because of period pain.
He says race politics has gotten worse in that time.
"Started to feel the slab wobble. Then it got wore and worse. Glass started shattering."
It's the Friday Shakeup on Hack.
The privacy breach, uncovered in a Hack and ABC News investigation, is believed to be one of the largest of its kind in Australian history.
Our survey has found it's harder for men to come out as bisexual than to come out as gay.
Our 11,000-person survey told us the typical young Aussie is smart and kinda broke.