Researchers investigate the impact of coronavirus COVID-19 on vital organs such as the lungs, heart, kidneys and brain. State border restrictions continue to cause frustration and heartache. Europe grapples with a rise in daily cases.
We hear from frontline healthcare workers in Victoria. The role of banks is getting more attention as we enter the next phase of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Plus meet young Indigenous leader Lydia Williams.
We go inside coronavirus COVID-19 hotel quarantine in NSW. The Australians still stranded overseas. Plus a report calling for better mental health support for Indigenous prisoners.
We look at Victoria's coronavirus COVID-19 contact tracing system. Tests and treatments for some cancers fell during the April lockdown, data shows. Plus the koala protection policy that threatened to split the NSW Coalition.
We go inside the Victorian Aged Care Response Centre as it works to get on top of the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. Plus Leigh Sales interviews actor Jane Fonda.
Facebook is threatening to shut down the sharing of Australian news on its platform. Some states are backing plans for a new test to replace NAPLAN.
Families surprised by high fees for home care packages. We speak to Michael Smith, one of the Australian correspondents pulled out of China. Plus older Australians are becoming part of local coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine trials.
Victorians digest the news their lockdown has been extended. Michael Rowland interviews Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews. Queensland's border restrictions are popular in that state, but many tourism businesses are struggling.
The woman fighting a $26,000 Centrelink debt. Pressure is on to ease state border restrictions. The families of three soldiers murdered in an insider attack in Afghanistan face the possibility their killer could walk free.
Australia has officially fallen into recession for the first time in nearly three decades. Leigh Sales interviews federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg. Plus, the explosive submissions released by the Lawyer X royal commission.
The Australians accessing their super early during the pandemic. The crisis facing universities. Koalas orphaned in the Kangaroo Island bushfires may help protect the species in the long-term.
Some returned travellers say hotel rooms aren't being cleaned properly. Dr Norman Swan looks at the case of a man who caught coronavirus COVID-19 twice. Benson Saulo is set to become Australia's first Indigenous consul-general to the US.
The counsellors helping frontline health workers in hospitals and aged care homes. The federal government wants the power to cancel state government agreements with foreign governments. Plus satire from Mark Humphries.
Border lockdowns have stopped people accessing medical treatment, attending funerals and school. Nearly a hundred thousand premises are still waiting for NBN. Plus, 7.30 examines the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous school students.
Healthcare workers around Australia are volunteering to go to Victoria to help on the coronavirus frontline. Plus a small community trying to rebuild after the bushfires.
7.30 speaks to COVID-19 survivors still shaken after their brush with the virus. Dr Norman Swan looks at some of the promising coronavirus vaccine trials. Plus a whistleblower speaks out about a scandal-plagued insurer.
A young emergency doctor with coronavirus who was put on a ventilator speaks out. Should regional Victorian towns with no COVID-19 cases be exempt from stage 3 restrictions? Plus the renters getting access to rooftop solar.
The number of children and teenagers with COVID-19 is rising. Dr Norman Swan looks at the symptoms that should prompt a coronavirus test. Are virtual power plants the future of solar power?
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