Zoe Daniel, ABC.net.au

Zoe Daniel

ABC.net.au

Melbourne, FL, United States

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Past articles by Zoe:

Coronavirus has prompted both men and women to do more housework — and nobody's happy about it, new data shows

The preliminary results of a University of Melbourne survey show a big jump in dissatisfaction about domestic work, and also that men and women both think they are doing more than their fair share. → Read More

Sportsbet made to refund customer who created account despite being on 'self-exclusion' list

Online betting company Sportsbet has been made to refund a customer more than $90,000 after allowing him to create an account and gamble despite being on a "self-exclusion" list. → Read More

Sydney aged care residents treated to messages from schoolchildren during coronavirus isolation

Spurred on by the memory of her grandfather, Mea Campbell enlists Australians in a campaign to connect the community. → Read More

As 'President of law and order', Donald Trump can use division to his advantage during George Floyd protests

Donald Trump has declared himself the "President of law and order" in a clear bid to take control of the narrative and the streets. And as protests continue across the US, expect him to use division to his advantage, writes Zoe Daniels. → Read More

Economists and nurses call for medical heroes to be rewarded with increased wages

An economist with the Centre for Future Work says the easiest way to inject cash into the economy is to boost the wages of lower-paid workers. → Read More

How coronavirus has changed the roles in the family home

With more Australians working form home or unemployed, many households are negotiating huge shifts in domestic workload and confronting gender-based divisions of labour. → Read More

Australians may not be ready to go back to normal even if coronavirus restrictions are lifted, survey finds

A new survey finds a number of Australians are uneasy about gathering in large groups or heading back out to restaurants and bars even if coronavirus restrictions are eased, sparking new fears for the hospitality sector. → Read More

Restaurants feeding jobless international hospitality workers during coronavirus pandemic

Jobless international hospitality workers deemed ineligible for the Federal Government's JobKeeper and JobSeeker programs are heartbroken at their treatment and turning to restaurants providing free meals during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

'A child sitting in their own faeces': Inside America's overcrowded migrant detention centres

US immigration policy has been in flux since Donald Trump ended the catch and release policy. It's led to detention centres deemed as inhumane, family separations and surprise deportations. → Read More

US Navy ship destroys Iranian drone in latest Gulf incident

A US Navy ship has destroyed an Iranian drone in the Strait of Hormuz, in the latest incident to stir tensions in the Gulf. → Read More

Police officer involved in choking death of Eric Garner not charged

The US Attorney-General has decided not to pursue civil rights charges against the officer involved in the death of African American man Eric Garner five years ago. → Read More

Trump tweets spark renewed debate over racism

Donald Trump has doubled down on a series of tweets, telling a group of Democratic Congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from, saying "if you're not happy here, you can leave". → Read More

Donald Trump again accused of racism after tweets aimed at female Democrats

US president Donald Trump has suggested that a group of female Democrats of foreign descent should "go back" to where they came from. Three of the four women in a progressive group that's become known as "the squad" were born in the United States. → Read More

Trump orders, then cancels, Iran attack

Featured: US President Donald Trump has confirmed that he ordered, then called off, a military strike on Iran because it would not have been a proportionate response to the shooting down of a US drone. → Read More

Health system in crisis in Venezuela

In Venezuela, the health system that was once the pride of the nation has all but collapsed amid the economic and political crisis. → Read More

Venezuela's Juan Guaido promises fresh elections as humanitarian crisis worsens

Six months ago, hardly anyone knew Juan Guaido's name. Now he's the self-proclaimed Trump-backed leader of Venezuela. The catch? Venezuela already has a president — and he won't budge. → Read More

Juan Guaido vows to "keep pushing" for Venezuelan elections

Venezuela's self-declared president, Juan Guaido, says change is still coming soon, despite a failed attempt to oust incumbent President Nicholas Maduro in April. He speaks with AM's Zoe Daniel. → Read More

'Kids learn to survive a guy with a gun': The Aussie-made video that shocked America

Fake blood, simulated gunfire and barricades. Two Australian men were horrified by how American schools prepare children for a massacre. Now their ad is shaking up the country. → Read More

Eddie Perfect gets his big break with Beetlejuice on Broadway

Australian comedian and composer Eddie Perfect has written the score for the stage version of Beetlejuice, which is about to premiere in New York. → Read More

Trump, who praised WikiLeaks 141 times, now has 'no opinion' on Assange

US President Donald Trump, who embraced WikiLeaks with giddy joy, may head the administration that finally brings Julian Assange to face the music when predecessor Barack Obama would not, writes Zoe Daniel. → Read More