Six months after the Coalition was returned to Government, how do the Quiet Australians score Scott Morrison's performance?
The bushfire emergency continues across Queensland and NSW. Plus the push to impeach US President Donald Trump.
7.30 brings you special coverage of the bushfire emergency in NSW, where catastrophic fire danger warnings are in place for a number of areas including Sydney.
NSW, QLD and WA have faced unprecedented fire conditions - and it might be about to get even worse. 7.30 brings you a special on the Bushfire Crisis, with reporters on the scene and a look at forecast catastrophic conditions.
The Morrison Government has announced a drought stimulus package that includes new interest-free loans for farmers and small businesses.
How police busted a multi-million-dollar 'ghost college' scam. As fire seasons overlap in Australia and California, there are concerns over the sharing of firefighting resources. Plus Leigh Sales interviews actor Matt Damon.
As farmers struggle with crippling drought, in northern NSW there are growing tensions over the mining industry's thirst for water.
The regional city of Armidale is facing a water shortage crisis. The royal commission into aged care has identified areas where immediate action could be taken. Plus the vaping debate.
Supermarket chain Woolworths has owned up to underpaying thousands of its staff up to $300 million. Plus some racehorse rehoming and adoption services say they aren't seeing any money from racing bodies.
Why some apartment dwellers are paying far more for electricity than they should be. Plus singer Archie Roach on his new memoir.
A growing number of Australians are choosing to call the outer suburbs home, but residents say infrastructure isn't keeping up and they're demanding politicians do more.
Some homeowners are facing thousands of dollars a year in extra repayments as interest-only terms come to an end. Plus Australia's first carbon neutral kindergarten.
Jonda Stephen killed her partner in self-defence but police charged her with murder. The monthly dinner for people with autism. Plus satirist Mark Humphries looks at the week in politics.
Owners of apartments affected by the cladding crisis in Victoria have told of the emotional toll it has taken on them. Plus meet some of the retired Australians joining the climate protests.
In a complex building industry, who is to blame when things go wrong? Barnaby Joyce caused a stir by suggesting farmers who've struggled for decades to make a profit should "seriously think what are you doing with your life".
Shaky confidence in the capital city apartment market is hitting off-the-plan buyers hard, with a significant rise in the number of newly constructed units now worth less at completion than the price they were purchased for.
A special investigation into the horse racing industry reveals what really goes on when racehorses' lives end in knackeries and abattoirs.
Human rights reports leaked to the ABC support allegations that some Australian special forces unlawfully killed an unarmed farmer and his child during a raid in Afghanistan's Uruzgan province.
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