RISING WATER CREATES FURTHER CHAOS Eighty per cent of the Queensland town of Emerald is expected to be underwater by tomorrow and Rockhampton is preparing as the state's flood crisis worsens. SWIM SAFETY A new report has found that tens of thousands of young children can't swim, sparking calls to incorporate swimming lessons in the new national curriculum. SAN QUENTIN JAIL AT BREAKING POINT California's San Quentin jail has reached breaking point and efforts by the government to manage the situation are facing a legal challenge. BLIGH DISCUSSES FLOODING TRAGEDY Queensland Premier Anna Bligh says the floods are a tragedy on an unprecedented scale.
UNREST IN EGYPT In Egypt thousands of people continue to ignore state-imposed curfews, taking to the streets to protest against the 30-year rule of President Hosni Mubarak. BEN KNIGHT IN CAIRO Update on the protests taking place in Egypt. AUSTRALIAN FILM INDUSTRY IN CRISIS The Australian film industries' struggle has been heightened by the strong dollar making it less competitive on the global market. RARE POULTRY THE UNLIKELY VICTIM OF QLD FLOODS A poultry fancier's quest to preserve rare and endangered breeds of chicken, turkeys and geese was nearly destroyed in the Lockyer Valley floods. However friends and volunteers are helping Mark Tully rebuild the Blue Hills poultry stud.
QUEENSLAND'S FLOOD DISASTER CONTINUES Queensland's flood crisis has seen the water reach record levels. The Dawson River is still rising and concerns for the community's future are growing. ALAN STOKES JOINS THE PROGRAM Alan Stokes from the National Sea Change Taskforce speaks about the strain being placed on the nation's coastal towns by the "sea change" phenomenon. HUNDREDS EVACUATED AS FLOOD CRISIS DEEPENS The Queensland town of Theodore is now deserted after residents were airlifted to higher ground to avoid rising floodwaters. STRAY DOGS FUEL BALI RABIES OUTBREAK Bali is one of Asia's most popular tourist destinations, but a rabies outbreak has authorities in crisis mode. ENGLAND'S TRIUMPH The Independent newspaper's cricket correspondent, Stephen Brenkley discusses England's cricket triumph.
A DARK DAY FOR AUSTRALIAN CRICKET ABC cricket commentator, Jim Maxwell, shares his insights after a dark day in Australian cricket history. HUNDREDS EVACUATED AS FLOOD CRISIS HEIGHTENS In Queensland crisis has entered uncharted territory around the town of Theodore, west of Bundaberg, where rivers have reached their highest-ever levels. AUSSIE CHEF CREATES A STIR Already the owner of a successful Thai restaurant in London, Australian chef David Thompson has now opened a new enterprise in Bangkok, a venture that has seen some locals reacting defensively. THE GREAT SHARK DEBATE An increasing number of shark sightings in Western Australia are raising alarm bells.
THE POPULATION DEBATE: PROBLEMS, POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS AND THE NEED FOR CHANGE A special forum on Australia's population. From housing and transport to food and water - the challenges will be immense. An expert panel including scientists and business leaders discuss the crucial issues. HAVE YOUR SAY ON THE POPULATION DEBATE - JOIN THE FORUM TONIGHT A special forum on Australia's population.
PAUL HOWES AND JOHN ROSKAM JOIN THE 7.30 REPORT Paul Howes, National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union and the Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs, John Roskam discuss asylum seekers and the immigration policy. RACING CLUB ADAMANT ABOUT APPROPRIATE CARNIVAL ATTIRE The Victorian Racing Club is issuing advice on appropriate racing attire, ahead of next Tuesday's Melbourne Cup, with young women being targeted over declining dress standards. The Racing Club also wants to address the complaint that the carnival has turned into an out of control drunken party. AUSSIE RUGBY STARS POACHED BY JAPANESE CORPORATE TEAMS Japanese corporations are investing heavily in the game of rugby, poaching some of Australia's brightest league stars, offering double or even triple the earnings they could make on home soil. CLARKE AND DAWE TAKE A TOUGH BUT HUMANE APPROACH Satirical take with John Clarke and Bryan Dawe on Australia's foreign policy.
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