Internet sensation Constance Hall reveals how being a bogan blogger is big business; Why Australia is seeing red at China's moves in the South Pacific; Plus, a father and son's history making dash to glory ... or death.
The Jeffrey Epstein scandal – Tara Brown reports how a New York billionaire masterminded an international sex trafficking ring of young women, and why wealthy and powerful men, including HRH Prince Andrew, are now implicated in the saga.
Karl Stefanovic reports on the TV star prepared to kill to boost the ratings of his show, and why the audience loved it! Plus, the creepiest place on earth, Liam Bartlett visits 'Pervert Park', and reveals why it could be good for society.
Few will mourn the death of 74-year-old serial killer Ivan Milat and his brother Boris reflects on his sibling's life and crimes. Plus, in a joint investigation with The Age newspaper, 60 Minutes reveals extraordinary cases where Australians claim they’ve life-changing physical injuries at the hands of police and accuse authorities of covering up for colleagues. And amid one of the worst droughts in Australian history, governments are accused of wasting enough water from the Murray River to fill Sydney Harbour twice.
On 60 Minutes, Karl Stefanovic gets thrown to the sharks to find out if human's fear of the maneaters is justified; plus, after spending 13 years in jail for murder, an elite Australian athlete fights to clear his name.
Liam Bartlett confronts one of Australia's worst conmen, a creep who's preyed on well-to-do women and fleeced them of everything they have. Plus, Wham superstar Andrew Ridgeley remembers his best friend and musical partner, George Michael.
The police sniper who saw everything at the Lindt Café siege in Sydney tells Liz Hayes why he didn't pull the trigger to shoot the terrorist who'd taken 18 innocent hostages, and the regret he's lived with ever since.
Damning allegations that elite soldiers from Australia's special forces committed potential war crimes during the conflict in Afghanistan, including the executions of innocent and unarmed civilians?
Exposing a dirty secret - how some churches still practise a form of gay conversion therapy. Plus, the daddy of all boy bands, the Backstreet Boys make a triumphant return. And a major victory for Jeni and her army of 2000 personalities.
Karl Stefanovic finds out why Meghan Markle has lost her sparkle, and what the young royal must do to regain the love. Plus, Australia's most despised man, Michael Guider, walks free from prison. And is the popular weed killer, Roundup also a human killer?
Meet the wonderful Nick Vujicic, born without arms and legs, but living and loving an inspiring life. Plus, Liam Bartlett reports from the Hong Kong battlefront. And President Donald Trump's worst nightmare - insiders Omarosa Manigault Newman and Anthony 'The Mooch' Scaramucci dish dirt on their former boss.
When is a confession to murder not a confession? Tara Brown tracks down a man who told police he abducted and killed three-year-old Cheryl Grimmer 49 years ago near a Wollongong beach. So why hasn't he been prosecuted for the terrible crime?
Tara Brown catches up with Bianca Saez, the inspiring and charming woman with the worst case of Tourette's. Plus, learn how our tech billionaires are saving Australia. And Mike Munro's dark family bushranger secret.
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.
See 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, 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 $150 million London mansion. Plus, meet 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. Take an inside look at the legal battle to clear his name.
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