AusAID RSS feeds
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It tells subscribers when a certain website or part of a website has been updated with new content. Feeds list individual items which briefly summarise the updated content and provide a link to the full version.
Most modern web browsers have a built-in RSS reader. For example, in Internet Explorer Feeds can be viewed through a toolbar menu link. You can also download independent feed readers, sometimes called an RSS aggregator, some of which have the capacity to send you an email when a site is updated.
Select a feed
To subscribe to AusAID RSS Feeds, choose from the links below. Each feed will summarise different kinds of content so you may want to subscribe to more than one.
AusAID Media RSS Feed
Aid and development-related media releases, speeches and transcripts from the Minister for Foreign Affairs and other Ministers.
To subscribe, visit our Media Releases page and click the icon in your browser, or copy the Media Releases URL directly into your feed reader application.
AusAID Latest News RSS Feed
News and items of interest published on the AusAID website.
To subscribe, visit our Latest news page and click the icon in your browser, or copy the Latest news URL directly into your feed reader application.
AusAID Engage blog RSS Feed
Access the Engage RSS feed
Blogs from AusAID staff members and Australian and international development experts.
ODE Talks podcast series RSS Feed
Access the ODE Talks RSS feed
ODE Talks is a podcast series from the Office of Development Effectiveness featuring international experts on aid, development and effectiveness.
Last reviewed: 11 April, 2012