For the first time we hear from both sides of an unprecedented High Court sperm donor father case. Plus Andy Brennan becomes Australia's first professional male soccer player to come out as gay while still playing the game.
Why switching energy provider may not make your power bills cheaper. Residents of a small town fighting to stop the deportation of a Sri Lankan family. Plus students kicked out of mainstream schools walk the Kokoda Trail.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events. Find out about what it's like to live on Newstart and a look at the draft religious freedom legislation that has been released, Adam Bienkov speaks on Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament and Barabbas Loins attends an anti-abortion rally thanks to satirist Mark Humphries.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations about renewable energy, Education Minister Dan Tehan discusses NAPLAN and the latest results and Australia's greatest tennis player assesses the current stars.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from exclusive investigations about Centrelink's robodebt scheme as well as the strong link between implants and cancer resulting in women seeking to have the implants removed. Get exclusive updates from the Labor Party who are fighting to expel John Setka, cancer cells that are being transported to space and an initiative project bringing endangered marsupials back from the brick.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from the property market rebounding, the government crackdown on prescription opioids and whether Question Time in the parliament is necessary. Kate McClymont discusses the latest ICAC inquiry into donations to the Labor Party and the latest from an environmental catastrophe is unfolding in the Amazon jungle where widespread fires could have planetary-wide implications.
Leigh Sales presents an engaging and enlightening look at the day's events, from the life of Tim Fischer and his impact on federal politics. John Howard remembers him as Deputy prime minister and Walter Mikac recalls Tim Fischer's role in gun control after the Port Arthur massacre. Get the latest about Australia's ongoing battle with traffic and congestion in fast growing cities. Plus meet Brian Schmidt and Jenny Gordon in It Takes Two.
Laura Tingle brings the latest on George Pells appeal against his sexual abuse conviction, surrogacy warning in Ukrainian, the governments decision to send military assets to the Gulf and Jim Maxwell previews the third Ashes Test.
Get insights into The Change Program, a new initiative which involves people working directly with their GP to overcome obesity and the Pickleball the growing sport of choice for seniors. Plus the latest on Australia’s abundant natural gas that have been reported as high.
Get the latest updates on Morrison’s plan to change the culture of the public service, NSW set to becoming the final state to decriminalise abortion, the rise of China’s superpower and exclusive updates on the Ashes by Adam Gilchrist.
Find out the hidden reality behind buy now and pay later and experience a beautiful journey from warn torn Syria to a musical Australia. Plus an update on today's news.
Get the latest updates on AMP and how the Royal Banking Commission uncovered the truth behind the lies. Plus a report on the education divide and meet the women who will be running 18 hundred metres over seven continents.
Find out how debt collectors are pushing people into bankruptcy and how development in Australia is effecting one of our most loved native animals the Koala's.
An archaic law that exists only in Tasmania and the Northern Territory which prevents sexual abuse victims to talk publicly has been challenged by a young woman and has been excused by the court to reveal her identity. Plus an exclusive report on benzodiazepines and how the medication is taking over Australian lives.
Only a small number of the 70 recommendations from the final report into misconduct in the baking, superannuation and financial services industry have been implemented by the government. Plus, the deadly strain of the flu which has seen this years’ season become one of the worst on record, Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie discusses the exploitation of digital information and the inspirational teacher using the Great Barrier Reef to turn lives around.
The Australian Energy Regulator is taking federal court action against four wind farms, claiming they did not comply with national rules to cope with disturbances during the severe storms in South Australia in 2016 which led to the state's 2016 blackout. Meanwhile, calls for a national container deposit scheme are getting louder as Victoria's biggest kerbside recycling company was wound up by the Supreme Court on Friday, leading some environmentally-conscious Garden Staters to take their reusable garbage north, allowing them to cash-in on the scheme in place across New South Wales.
A 42-year-old man has won a landmark $3 million compensation case against former asbestos manufacturer James Hardie after contracting mesothelioma as a result of workplace exposure to the deadly substance while renovating houses. Plus, former prime minister Paul Keating is interviewed by 7.30 political editor and fill-in presenter Laura Tingle about the future of superannuation, in which he claims Coalition MPs trying to stop superannuation increases are 'super deniers.'
As the federal government prepares for a wide-ranging review of superannuation and the pension system, some MPs have begun calling for big changes to the compulsory superannuation system. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has hosed down the idea that US missiles could be deployed in Darwin after the US defence secretary said he would like to see more missiles in Asia. Political editor Laura Tingle talks to Professor Hugh White about the tricky China-US balancing act faced by Australia. Even for a country constantly being hit by mass shootings, two separate massacres involving lone gunmen over the weekend have shaken the US and reignited the gun control debate. After another weekend of public protests, clashes and arrests, it is clear the movement pushing back against China's tightening grip on Hong Kong will not end soon. Plus, research shows Tasmanian devils in breeding programs on mainland Australia are evolving to fight a cancer that has been decimating their population in the wild.
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