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It was one of Australia's most shocking crimes. A devious and cruel criminal constructs and sends a parcel bomb to a beautiful Sydney centrefold model. But the package misses its target and explodes instead in the face of her bodybuilding boyfriend who suffers terrible injuries. Plus, for thousands of Australians every year Canada is a wonderful place to visit. It's not only spectacular but also one of the friendliest and safest countries on earth. However, four weeks ago something awful happened there. A young Australian tourist, Lucas Fowler, and his American girlfriend, Chynna Deese, were murdered.
How a devoted family and medical marijuana are helping Australian icon Olivia Newton-John face up to the greatest challenge of her life: stage four cancer.
In one of the biggest leaks of information to the media in Australia's history, Fairfax/Nine has obtained tens of thousands of documents and internal files from Crown, Australia's largest casino operator. The leaks explain what was going on inside the business in the lead-up to the company's darkest hour: the arrest and imprisonment of 19 of its employees for breaking strict Chinese gambling laws.
A Royal saga like no other: Why the glamourous princess wife of Dubai's billionaire ruler is hiding in a $150m London mansion; Plus, the unwelcome ISIS extremists allegedly on Australia’s doorstep.
Australian actor John Jarratt famously played a psychopath in ‘Wolf Creek’, but then two years ago, he was accused of being a monster in real life. An inside look at the legal battle to clear his name.
Are child geniuses born brilliant or are pushy parents responsible for their kid's super-skills; Charles Wooley's hell of a holiday at Australia's ghost resorts; and why US President Donald Trump is not the only world leader building massive walls.
Tara Brown investigates how a young female backpacker saved her own life after being taken and held hostage by a depraved South Australian farmer. Her ingenuity is not only amazing, but inspiring.
The nicest man in music, singer/songwriter Guy Sebastian, reveals his greatest joy and most painful heartbreak; plus, Sarah Abo meets Australian 'Sugar Babies', beautiful young women living lives of luxury, all paid for by rich, older men.
Four decades after the death of Azaria Chamberlain, an eerily-similar dingo attack on Fraser Island. Charles Wooley tells how a baby boy's parents fought to save their son; plus a trip to the moon with Apollo 11 astronaut, Michael Collins.
The inspiring story of the Aussie woman with over 2000 personalities. How her brain conjured up the different characters to protect her from abuse, and even more incredibly, how they all worked together to bring an evil monster to justice.
See two Aussie surfing mates in the fight of their lives to protect paradise from greedy Chinese developers; meet the child protesters wagging school to save the world; and watch 60 Minutes' tribute to Bob Hawke's wonderful larrikin life.
Remembering Christopher, the beautiful young man who happily went to work one day but didn't come home; how the most spectacular islands in the world are drowning; and the price of a bigger pay packet, could it be bad news for Aussie workers?
Liz Hayes investigates the disaster of Boeing's 737 Max jetliner. Why two supposedly state-of-the-art and safe planes crashed killing 346 people, why pilots now fear flying the 737 Max, and whether Boeing could have averted the catastrophes.
Conflict in the classroom - what happens when angry parents think they know more than teachers; a world-exclusive interview with Julian Assange's father; and two very funny amigos, Steve Martin and Martin Short.
All By Myself Loneliness has become a massive health epidemic. In fact, researchers say being lonely is just as detrimental to our wellbeing as smoking and excessive drinking. And that means loneliness can be deadly. Just as worrying, it doesn’t discriminate. Loneliness can strike anyone, young, old, male, female, rich or poor. The Truth Hurts For the past 12 months, 60 Minutes has been investigating a highly mysterious church called The Truth. It operates in regional areas of Australia and enforces bizarrely strict rules for its 10,000 members. It bans television, music and dancing. No parishioners can wear jewellery; females must always be dressed in long skirts and are forbidden from cutting their hair. Mrs Cricket It might be difficult to believe, but there has been an upside to the misery that has afflicted the Australian men’s cricket team for much of the past 12 months. Fans disappointed by the blokes have turned their attention to the women’s game. And what they’ve found is a champion team of world beaters. Leading the charge is Alyssa Healy, Australia’s female cricketer of the year. If her last name sounds familiar, it is - Alyssa is the niece of legendary wicketkeeper Ian Healy. She also happens to be married to Mitchell Starc, Australia’s very fast fast bowler.
Plastic, Not So Fantastic Australia is stuck in an unsightly and worsening recycling crisis. As Liam Bartlett discovers, our plastic waste is ending up either being buried or worse - exported to countries like Malaysia, a place we are now treating like a garbage bin. Armageddon Outta Here Anyone who thinks five long weeks of a federal election campaign in Australia is going to be a substantial test of patience and sanity should spare a thought for the people of the United Kingdom. In London, the parliament is a complete mess of chaos and confusion, all because of Brexit: the decision taken at a referendum three years ago for the UK to withdraw from the European Union. Giant Leap Charles Wooley travels to Switzerland to watch something incredible - a paralysed man walking. They’re faltering steps, but they signal a giant leap forward for science. And it is all part of a global effort involving the most brilliant doctors and the most courageous patients.
Liz Hayes investigates the terrifying case of the innocent man falsely accused by his fiance of violent sexual crimes. How the woman he loved fooled police into believing she was a victim when in fact she was an evil liar.
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