Inside the Splendour in the Grass music festival, as the debate over pill testing intensifies. Plus, the extreme spike in the number of people wanting to climb Uluru ahead of the upcoming ban coming into effect in October.
How much does Google know about you? There are calls to increase the Newstart allowance, but the Government isn't budging. Plus Leigh Sales interviews Shaun Micallef.
Building ministers from around the country are trying to work out how to restore confidence in the construction sector following the emergency evacuation of two Sydney apartment blocks when structural cracks appeared.
Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin has announced his retirement during a tumultuous time for the AFP. Plus what the national integrity commission might look like.
Leigh Sales interviews E. Jean Carroll, who claims she was assaulted by US President Donald Trump in a change room in the 1990s. Mr Trump denies the allegations. Plus older Australians having trouble paying off credit cards.
Find out why Indonesia is furious about the waste that Australia has been sending over, why scientists are baffled by a dramatic decline in the Antarctic sea ice. Plus find out about the men from The Dish in Parkes who played a role in the moon landing 50 years ago.
The Federal Government is under pressure to make changes to the age pension, as more baby boomers leave the workforce. Plus a proposal to recognise Indigenous people in the constitution to be put to a referendum within three years.
Investigations have found that medical watchdog AHPRA has not been handling complaint properly. The team meet Aboriginal elders involved in running the courts in Cherbourg. Plus talented US bakestballers starting their careers in Kalgoorie.
Find out how the 'Netflix effect' killed the NBN's dream of super fast broadband on fixed wireless. Plus wool production and sheep numbers hit 100-year lows as widespread drought continues.
The 7/30 report brings the reality of the Morrison Government's tax cuts. The final part of 7.30's health series looks at the future of medicine. Plus the homeless dogs visiting aged care facilities.
7.30 examines the state of healthcare. We go flying with the RFDS looking at the stark differences in health outcomes for people living in rural areas. Plus dental care and the impact waiting for treatment has on lives.
7.30 speaks to practitioners and policy experts on whether Medicare needs a major overhaul. We go inside our hospitals to examine the costs for private patients, wait times for public patients and how they differ in states.
Part one in a series about the Australian health system's struggle to deal with the growing burden of chronic disease. Plus, Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison about tax cuts, religious freedom, China and leadership. Then discover the dreamtime story of Mt Augustus, the world's largest monolith - approximately 2.5 times larger than Uluru - located about 300km east of Carnarvan in Western Australia.
There are questions about whether the more than 400,000 "robodebt" calls made by Centrelink are accurate or lawful. Women still not welcome at a New South Wales tennis club, as Emma Pollock learned when trying to join her local club. Russell Crowe talks about making the move from films to television following his transformational performance as former Fox News boss Roger Ailes in the Stan series The Loudest Voice. Andrew Probym discusses a newspaper report that claims Malcolm Turnbull tried to involve the Governor-General in his efforts to hold onto the Prime Ministership. Plus, satirist Mark Humphries takes a look at Labor's new direction.
There are growing calls for a royal commission into the rate of suicide among military veterans. Minister for Veterans Affairs, Darren Chester, held a summit to discuss the problem of mental health issues among veterans. Once a dairy powerhouse, an alarming number of Australian dairy farmers are now leaving the industry in droves. Plus, artist Ben Quilty and his 13-year-old son, Joe, discuss their relationship.
The quality of new apartments has been in the spotlight since residents of a Sydney highrise were forced to evacuate their building just over a week ago. Less than 24 hours after he was shut down by one fundraising platform, multi-millionaire rugby player Israel Folau has raised more than a million dollars on another crowdfunding page, and he's still going strong. There are calls for an overhaul of the prescription system for asthma medication, with research finding that sufferers often don't take what they're prescribed, and that the medication they're on can be unsuitable anyway. One small community is turning to music after an increasing number of Indigenous suicides. Plus, Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert talks about caring for her dying partner, Rayya Elias.
The behind-the-scenes battle over the future of Australia's energy market. Leigh Sales interviews acting Treasurer Simon Birmingham over the Coalition's promised tax cuts. The alcohol-free social club in Brisbane offering sober fun and support for people wanting to give up booze, but challenging Australia's reliance on drinking at the same time. The latest twist in the decades-long confrontation between Iran and the US.
Australian teenagers are being diagnosed with mental health problems, such as anxiety, at an alarmingly increasing rate. With it, is an accompanying rise in them being prescribed antidepressants. It means many Australian parents are standing at the crossroads, deciding whether their child's behaviour is a normal teen phase or if they need to get help fast, to avoid depression, self harm or worse. Plus, political analysis from Laura Tingle.
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