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.
Panellists Australian Retailers Association CEO Paul Zahra, ACOSS CEO Cassandra Goldie and Deloitte Access Economics partner Chris Richardson discuss the economic and social case for household and business certainty amid the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession.
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.
The Greek island of Lesbos needs summer tourists for its coronavirus COVID-19 recovery, but it's also home to Europe's biggest refugee camp. We meet the locals torn between welcoming tourists, or refugees.
Janice Petersen talks to a panel about how to survive and thrive during menopause.
Comedian Alex Lee is a self-professed coward. This episode, she continues her journey to find out everything she can about fear so that she can be less of one, including meeting a man with an earth-shattering phobia, and finally coming face-to-face with the one thing that scares her the most.
The aggressive marketing of dangerously potent and addictive opioids by pharmaceutical companies has driven an alarming rise in global drug addiction and death. America has been at the epicentre of this epidemic. Insys Therapeutics was a multimillion-dollar pharmaceutical company which made a fortune from one such drug. Up to one hundred times stronger than morphine, the fentanyl-based painkiller promised fast and effective relief from the most acute pain. Instead of helping those in need, the drug fuelled America's devastating opioid epidemic in the shameless pursuit of profit. Now the lengths this company went to in order to increase its sales have been exposed.
The political battle over state borders is heating up. Hard border closures are helping contain coronavirus COVID-19 cases but have caused massive problems for business, health care workers and families in need of medical attention. Panellists: Michael McCormack, deputy prime minister; Kristina Keneally, shadow home affairs minister; Dr Omar Khorshid, Australian Medical Association president; Kim Rubenstein, legal scholar and citizenship expert; and Tania de Jong, social and business entrepreneur.
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.
Innocence Ignored In a special edition of 60 Minutes, Tara Brown reports on one of the worst miscarriages of justice imaginable: a high-profile criminal investigation where not only were the failings of the police case inexplicable, they caused catastrophic consequences for six innocent, law-abiding Australians. Members of the extended Cook family, from the Blue Mountains west of Sydney, ran a much-loved circus school but ended up in prison after being charged with 127 counts of monstrous child sexual abuse. At the time of the arrests, detectives were quick to publicise their success in identifying and stopping a depraved sex ring. The only problem: there wasn't a shred of credible evidence to back up the accusations. Now, having destroyed the lives of blameless people, it might be expected that the NSW Police would be big enough to apologise for their incompetence. But they're not.
David Speers interviews Business Council of Australia CEO Jennifer Westacott, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with cartoonist Jason Chatfield. On the panel are the Sunday Telegraph's Annika Smethurst, Charles Sturt University's Stan Grant and InQueensland political analyst Dennis Atkins to discuss a 7 percent decline in June quarter GDP, JobKeeper payments extended but at a reduced rate, Victoria's roadmap out of lockdown, plus coronavirus COVID-19 hotspots and borders.
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.
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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.
In a Press Club special event Jo-An Atkinson and Sam Mostyn discuss the Impact of COVID-19 on the "mental wealth" of Australia.
Comedian Alex Lee is pretty much scared of everything: roller coasters, scary movies, tiny planes, getting in trouble, small talk, rats, just to name a few. What's behind fear? It's high time we all found out why we let fear control us, who's to blame, and what we can do about it; Marc Fennell talks to Australian music legend Daryl Braithwaite about life after his cult classic song, The Horses.
Imagine opening up your computer only to realise your life and income are being held to ransom. With more of us now working from home, hacking attacks are increasing. In this episode we hear from those who’ve been hacked, hackers that have been jailed and what help is out there.
Zoos have been forced to close during coronavirus COVID-19 with many on the brink of collapse. Dateline meets UK zookeepers fighting to protect animals locked up during lockdown and ask if zoos have a future.
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