The controversial cashless welfare card places unreasonable spending restrictions, according to some card users. Plus about one in 1,000 children have juvenile arthritis, a condition usually associated with old age.
Centrelink accused of 'disability bullying' after man with intellectual disability receives $15,000 robodebt. Plus the child victim of an arson attack has been forced to wait 15 months for skin graft surgery as Tasmania's elective surgery waiting list blows out.
Petrol prices have soared to new heights across much of the country this week, with many motorists wondering why. Plus why the big banks have failed to pass on this week's rate cut in full.
The extent of bush fire damage in a Queensland rain forest has been revealed. Plus country towns are fighting to stop contaminated recycling from city areas ending up in their tips.
US President Donald Trump asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison to help investigate the origins of the Mueller inquiry. Plus the Reserve Bank of Australia has cut rates to a new low of 0.75 per cent.
What it's like living in a town with no water. Plus we take you inside an aged care home where residents are allowed to keep pets.
Jock Palfreeman's parents call on PM Morrison to intervene to help bring him home after 11 years in a Bulgarian prison. The people leading efforts to combat Parkinson's disease. Plus Deborah Mailman talks about her new role.
A formal impeachment inquiry is being launched into US President Donald Trump. Will Boris Johnson survive as Britain's prime minister after the Supreme Court's ruling against him? Plus Leigh Sales interviews Louis Theroux.
Sir David Attenborough says the Australian Government has not done enough to battle climate change. Plus concerns about the prevalence of corruption in Australia's esports community.
A woman pleads with authorities to keep her fiance's killer behind bars. We join teenager Harriet O'Shea Carre, who helped start Australia's student climate protests, in NY. Plus the man who became a full-time kangaroo carer.
Four months after losing the election, Labor is still grappling to come to terms with what went wrong. Michael Palin discusses his recent trip to North Korea. Plus political satire from Mark Humphries.
The Queensland Government is planning further restrictions on farm run-off into the Great Barrier Reef catchments, despite opposition from agricultural groups. Plus two men with disabilities find freedom on the ski slopes.
Property investors stand to lose millions in the collapse of apartment developer Ralan Group. Plus Leigh Sales interviews author Margaret Atwood about her new sequel to The Handmaid's Tale.
The crippling drought is stretching into even the greenest parts of Australia. There has been a surge in new cases of the lung disease silicosis among stonemasons. Plus the dog helping school kids to read.
Bupa's aged care homes are failing standards across Australia. Plus the operation to relocate fish from Menindee to a healthier part of the Darling River.
Suburban residents are furious they're being offered the NBN via satellite, normally used in regional areas. Two retired Anglican priests have tied the knot in what's believed to be Australia's first clergy same-sex marriage.
The mother of Samantha Knight speaks out about the release of her killer, Michael Guider. Plus new forms of therapy are revolutionising cancer treatment but at the moment are too expensive for some patients who need them.
Bushfires are also burning across NSW. 7.30's Paul Farrell spent 24 hours in the town of Dorrigo in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales to bring the latest on the bushfires. After a nail-biting fourth test Australia has retained the Ashes, heading into the final test with a 2-1 series lead over England. Leigh Sales interviews cricket commentator Jim Maxwell.
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