Defence is receiving a public backlash for its handling of an incident in which a female cadet's sexual encounter with a fellow cadet was filmed and broadcast via skype without her consent. The scandal has sparked a raft of inquiries looking into the treatment of women in the Defence Force. A program to allow women into all combat roles has also been fast-tracked. Other reviews will look into alcohol use, binge drinking culture, the use of social media, the management of complaints and the treatment of victims. We explore the Defence culture and the future of women in the military.
Stories include, 'Steel job fears spark more carbon tax backlash', 'Mokbel pleads guilty to drug charges', 'Deported Adelaide man arrives in UK', 'Mentally disabled WA man gets more freedoms', 'Triple-0 operator chastises flood victims', 'Esk flood victims still waiting on flood payments', 'Carbon tax debate needs future focus: Milne', 'Marrickville Council scraps Israeli boycott', 'Authorities fire on Syrian protesters', 'Zimbabwe court stops mass grave recovery'.
Stories include, 'ALP popularity takes dive over carbon tax', 'Defence academy faces fine over Minchin mishap', 'Hitler salute accuser meets Wilkie', 'Sexual assault charges against WA man in doubt', 'Australia deports British-born man', 'China fears people's revolution: analyst', 'Humanitarian aid urgent in Libya: UN chief'.
Stories include, 'Detention centres under spotlight', 'Budget blues', 'Penny Wong joins 7.30', 'The long road to stability', 'The joy of jelly'.
This week's program is about an Australian businesswoman who came to the rescue of a young man who seemed beyond hope and beyond help. Eight years ago Elizabeth Clayton was living in Fiji when she encountered a young man known as the 'chicken boy'. He'd been kept in a hen house as a child and then tied up for 22 years in an old people's home. His name was Sujit and they were about to change each other lives in remarkable ways.
The story, 'High and dry', talks with Queensland flood victims who are fighting insurance companies over their policy cover. The story, 'Battle of the bulge', investigates lap band surgery with many Australian teenagers opting for the procedure. The story, 'Troubled waters', looks at conservationists and governments pushing for more marine parks, but local fishermen believe they should be able to fish where they like.
This documentary reveals the astonishing inside story of the intelligence war which has been fought against Al Qaeda over the last decade since 9/11. With unparalleled access to Western intelligence and law enforcement agencies, and exclusive interviews with those at the forefront of fighting terrorism - from the CIA and the FBI to MI5 - Peter Taylor asks whether there is any end in sight and whether we are any safer from attack.
This two-part documentary reveals the astonishing inside story of the intelligence war which has been fought against Al Qaeda over the last decade since 9/11. The second part looks at how, with harsh interrogation techniques increasingly off-limits, spy agencies have developed a controversial high-tech method of targeting and killing suspected terrorists with pilotless drone aircraft.
Stories include, 'Wilkie responds to Hitler salute smears', 'Silenced family outraged at flood insurer', 'Islamic group kills Gaza peace campaigner', 'Gaza doctor uses book to bridge Gaza Strip pain', 'NATO leaders strengthen will against Gaddafi', 'Anti-sexting campaign branded dull, unrealistic', 'UK man loses deportation case', 'Fashion exhibition takes look at 50s glamour'.
Koalas feeling the heat; asthma from thunderstorms; how whales fertilise oceans; why baby koalas eat mummy's poo; and emergency phone network.
Stories include, 'The push to move more into employment', 'Perth council takes action on teen drinking', 'Aussie scientists lead race for renewable fuel', 'The fight for Sarawak', 'Clarke and Dawe in the deep north'.
Stories include, 'Inquiry to probe police response to detention riots', 'Cameron delivers speech on UK immigration', 'Newspaper employee arrested over hacking scandal', 'AusAID review set to end spending secrecy', 'Costello welcomes foreign aid review', 'Car makers ramp down Victoria production', 'Republicans attack Obama's budget cut plans', 'NATO discuss Libyan mission parameters'.
Stories include, 'Painful memories for defence families', 'Overseas student numbers dwindle', 'A safe haven', 'Terry Pratchett on life and death', 'Julia Gillard's 2011 budget'.
Hungry Beast tackles the subject of waste, from nuclear leftovers to missed opportunities, to the brilliant and imaginative uses that human excrement is being put to around the world.
Stories include, 'Gillard hints at welfare changes', 'Latrobe faces carbon tax hardship', 'Combet: Australia is not acting alone', 'China targets Christians in latest crackdown', 'Egypt's Mubarak in formal detention', 'Victoria under scrutiny over pregnant 12 year old'.
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