With all the noise and fear surrounding coronavirus COVID-19, we dedicate this episode to stories of love and hope.
In the townships around Cape Town, a turf war is escalating. With rival gangs carrying out daily shootings, 279 children were killed last year, and one primary school is caught in the crossfire.
Volunteers making masks for health workers. Wage subsidy plan widely welcomed. Travellers put in hotel quarantine say they're "treated like criminals". Children hope father's death from coronavirus will help educate others. Six hundred Australians still stranded at sea on 10 cruise ships.
The fight to contain coronavirus. Have critical mistakes left Australia and our frontline medical workers dangerously exposed? Doctors, patients and health practitioners talk about confronting the virus for the first time.
With strict bans on travel and group gatherings, thousands of businesses, jobs and livelihoods have evaporated as we face a devastating and widespread economic downturn, not seen for generations. Q and A answers your questions. Guests: Nicki Hutley, Matt Comyn, Jennifer Westacott, Josh Pyke, Michael Sukkar and Linda Burney.
Josh Frydenberg on the $130 billion wage subsidy plan. Australian government to subsidise wages to soften economic blow of coronavirus COVID-19. Human face of the jobs crisis. Dr Norman Swan answers some of your questions about coronavirus. How far the coronavirus has spread from cruise ships.
Coronavirus Crisis: Together, Apart 60 Minutes' special coverage of the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis continues with a special live edition of the program featuring up-to-the-minute reports from Tom Steinfort, Sarah Abo and Tara Brown.
David Speers interviews finance minister Mathias Cormann. Mike Bowers is joined by Alex Ellinghausen for Talking Pictures. On the couch are the Herald Sun’s James Campbell, ANU’s Mark Kenny and Guardian Australia’s Lenore Taylor to discuss the latest on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic: the political, social and economic impacts as governments work together to get the nation through the crisis.
Mark Humphries has some tips on working from home. Coronavius pandemic has hit the arts and events industry hard. Can we learn anything from the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918? Hugh Montgomery urges people to listen to health warnings. Deputy chief medical officer Paul Kelly on the fight to contain coronavirus COVID-19. Shortage of personal protective equipment threatening frontline medical staff.
Government Coach clarifies some confusion around the Club's messaging.
Volunteer firefighters around Australia dropped everything to fight on the frontline of the most ferocious and terrifying bushfires Australia has ever seen. Insight brings together volunteer firies from around Australia to find out what toll that has taken and how they are settling back to normality.
Hundreds of Australians are stuck on cruise ships that are searching for somewhere to dock. Plus Dr Norman Swan answers more of your questions about coronavirus COVID-19.
Are sex robots a force for good or a plaything of the perverted? They're the holy grail of the sex toy industry - a robot so life-like it seems human. But are they immoral and should they be illegal? The Feed speaks to importers, retailers, academics, and doll-lovers to peel back the covers on this rapidly evolving industry.
New Zealand is in the grip of a housing crisis. We meet the struggling families living in one of the world's most unaffordable cities, and the man helping the homeless become owners.
Europe's coronavirus COVID-19 epicentre and a system at breaking point. Italy in lockdown with cases of infection rising by up to a thousand daily, hospitals are swamped and patients young and old are dying. Emma Alberici reports.
How one family is coping with a case of coronavirus COVID-19 in the home. Plus some people are worried they will run out of life-saving drugs, despite efforts to control the stockpiling of medication.
With the Coronavirus epidemic now set to last for many months, and government introducing stricter controls, the need for good clear medical information has become paramount. Q and A turns to medical experts Dr Norman Swan, Professor Paul Kelly and Professor Sharon Lewin to answer your questions.
On the frontline to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest. Brazil is allowing the Amazon to be felled at an alarming rate, but Indigenous tribes, scientists and activists are fighting back. Sophie McNeill reports.
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