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.
Guest host Hamish Macdonald leads a discussion on drought with minister for water resources and drought David Littleproud, shadow minister for agriculture Joel Fitzgibbon, Fiona Simson, Maryanne Slattery and Kate McBride.
The promises are big, bold and enticing: massive salaries, cars, holidays and life as an ‘influencer’. Job advertisements inviting young women to join online selling schemes are sweeping through social media feeds and attracting millions to sign up. It's sold as a dream job where you can work flexible hours from home and earn a commission on what you sell. What’s not clear from the advertisements is the true business model, based on network or multilevel marketing.
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.
Few will mourn the death of 74-year-old serial killer Ivan Milat and his brother Boris reflects on his sibling's life and crimes. Plus, in a joint investigation with The Age newspaper, 60 Minutes reveals extraordinary cases where Australians claim they’ve life-changing physical injuries at the hands of police and accuse authorities of covering up for colleagues. And amid one of the worst droughts in Australian history, governments are accused of wasting enough water from the Murray River to fill Sydney Harbour twice.
Meet Wahwah an African boy who took hearts of Australian families 13 years ago and soon forgotten after the limelight. Find out about his story and where he is now.
Fran Kelly and the panel look back on the week in parliament, including media freedom and whistleblower protection, free trade, drought relief, National party tensions, asylum seekers and what we learnt from Senate Estimates.
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.
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J tackles the big issues of the day, wrestles them to the ground, then submits them to a variety of yoga poses, sporting analogies, and craft activities.
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.
Polar bears, caribou and whales. Alaska’s indigenous tribes are fiercely proud of their pristine land but with Trump pushing to open up its largest protected wilderness for oil exploration, could it be under threat?
Jenny Brockie takes a look at the measures individuals and couples take to have a baby. She talks to people about the various different methods of conception available.
Amar was a victim of Saddam Hussein's 1991 napalm attacks. Raised in the UK, his life in Iraq was all but forgotten, until 30 years later a mysterious message arrives. Could his family still be alive?
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".
Exerpt from '4 Corners' about Lawyer X
Guest host Annabel Crabb is joined in Melbourne by John Hewson, Fiona Stanley, Julian Cribb and more to discuss the challenges facing our governments.
The scandalous case of Lawyer X and the underbelly murder investigations. Prominent figures reveal the story of cops, criminals, murder and betrayal, and how the actions of Victoria Police have undermined the justice system.
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.
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