Hannah Clarke's brother speaks to 7.30 about the murder of his sister and her children by her estranged husband. Plus the military veterans volunteering to help with the bushfire recovery.
Investigators try to establish how a train derailed while travelling between Sydney and Melbourne. Many farmers are still in the grip of drought despite widespread rain. Plus the findings of an inquiry into the Dreamworld tragedy.
The Coronavirus continues to separate hundreds of Australian families. Plus the debate over the proposed coal-fired power station for north Queensland. Presented by Leigh Sales.
What does social media app TikTok do with your data? The campaign to boost the number of male nurses. Plus Harvey Weinstein's former personal assistant speaks out.
A worker, a driver and an enthusiast reflect on the demise of the iconic Holden brand. Plus high prices and strict regulation is driving a growing black market in medical cannabis oil. Presented by Leigh Sales.
What happens when the government wants your land for a major infrastructure project? An Australian woman who contracted coronavirus on the Diamond Princess talks from isolation in hospital. Presented by Leigh Sales.
With more revelations emerging in the sports grants saga, clubs that missed out on funding are looking for answers. In part four of our housing special we look at some of the people and businesses thinking differently about Australia's housing affordability crisis.
In part three of our housing special we look at how state and federal governments are helping to fuel the housing boom. Plus we separate fact from fiction on the Coronavirus. Presented by Leigh Sales.
In part two of our housing special we look at rental stress and why more people may be forced to rent for life. Plus the town split over a proposed coal seam gas project. Presented by Leigh Sales.
In part one of our housing special we look at the widening gulf between those who own property and those who've been priced out. Plus drought, fires and now floods - Australia's summer has gone from one extreme to another.
Is the Australian economy heading for recession? Plus investigations continue into the crimes of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Presented by Leigh Sales.
More Australians evacuated out of Wuhan as coronavirus continues to spread. Leigh Sales interviews former Australian ambassador to Washington, Joe Hockey. Plus the schools where students aren't required to do homework.
The fight over the leadership of the National Party. Plus the agriculture industry counts the cost of the bushfires. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Bridget McKenzie resigns from cabinet and as Nationals deputy leader over the sports rorts affair. Plus hundreds of Australians have been evacuated from the coronavirus epicentre, Wuhan. Presented by Leigh Sales.
The deadly coronavirus has sent a wave of fear around Australia. The latest on the sports grants scandal. Why schools in Finland consistently outperform those across the developed world. Plus Mark Humphries' satirical take.
Leigh Sales interviews former UK PM David Cameron about whether he has any regrets over Brexit, his views on climate change and Australia's bushfire response. Plus Laura Tingle on PM Scott Morrison's speech at the Press Club.
The safety scandal that has rocked Boeing. The push to change paternity leave laws. Plus the mission to increase the number of firefighters from diverse backgrounds. Presented by Joe O'Brien.
A Sydney man stranded in Wuhan due to the outbreak of the coronavirus is desperate to come home. Plus the court battle over climate change that could shake the superannuation industry.
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