Tourist hotspot Venice is now a ghost town. The water's clearer, but businesses are going bust. We go inside northern Italy's COVID-19 crisis to see how the area has changed and how locals are coping.
One in five Australians lives with chronic pain, and for a third of them the pain is severely disabling, affecting all aspects of their lives. Jenny Brockie chats to those affected, and how they are dealing with their pain.
Wuhan lockdown ends but some restrictions remain. Celebrating milestones differently in the age of COVID-19. Workers worried they're putting themselves and their communities at risk. Laura Tingle on Virgin Australia's chances of getting federal government help. Retail sector may not bounce back quickly. Bushfire victims worried they're being forgotten now focus is on coronavirus.
After years of war, the US government and the Taliban are making a 'peace deal'. But what does the Taliban's return to power mean for Afghan women? Will migrant Afghani workers returning from Iran spread COVID-19?
Australians are living in COVID-induced isolation. Matt Preston, Craig Foster, Julie McCrossin, John Anderson and Christine Morgan answer your questions about surviving home schooling the kids, working from home and living on top of each other. Panellists: Matt Preston, food writer and author; Craig Foster, refugee advocate and former Socceroos captain; Julie McCrossin, broadcaster and comedian; John Anderson, former deputy prime minister of Australia; and Christine Morgan, CEO, National Mental Health Commission.
Australians who lived through World War II share their thoughts on the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers who are missing their students sent us these messages for them. Lack of tourists hurting communities like Kalbarri in WA. Many Australians unsure how they're going to keep paying the rent. How safe is outdoor exercise at the moment? Dr Norman Swan answers some of your coronavirus questions. Behind-the-scenes look at efforts to prepare hospitals for coronavirus peak.
Deep Impact Australia has never experienced an Easter quite like this one. With coronavirus COVID-19 lockdown biting hard, it's a long weekend of isolation instead of celebration. No wonder many of us are now asking searching questions. When will we get back to some sliver of normality? What is the end game here? Is our strategy for fighting coronavirus the right one? They're simple questions to ask, but as Liam Bartlett discovered this week, the answers are often difficult to accept. Man of Conviction Crooks revile Gary Jubelin but victims of crime revere him. It's the former New South Wales homicide detective's greatest reward. Gary is a man of enormous conviction who's had great success solving the toughest cases. But last week a court found him guilty of illegally recording conversations on his phone. At the time of the offence he was investigating the disappearance and suspected murder of three-year-old William Tyrrell. As Tara Brown reports, Gary escaped a jail sentence for his crime, but copped a $10,000 fine. However, he's also suffered something far worse: the disintegration of his reputation, and the accusation he put himself above the law.
David Speers interviews treasurer Josh Frydenberg. Mike Bowers is joined by Shalailah Medhora for Talking Pictures. On the couch are ABC Radio Melbourne's Raf Epstein, the Courier Mail's Renee Viellaris and 6PR radio's Gareth Parker.
Providing a helping hand to the elderly in a time of social isolation. A day in the life of a supermarket worker. Professor Paul Young discusses the search for a coronavirus vaccine. What it's like when both your children go down with coronavirus. Dr Sanjaya Senanayake discusses coronavirus latest. What the fall in superannuation could mean for you. Coronavirus creating confusion at Centrelink. And armchair epidemiologist Mark Humphries gives his thoughts on coronavirus.
With supplies still running low, Commissioner Jayne offers some helpful tips for households.
Dr Osterholm predicted a pandemic like coronavirus COVID-19 and he outlines his battle plan. Parliament votes on $130 billion wage subsidy package. Norman Swan looks at the government's coronavirus modelling. More children send messages to isolated grandparents. Doctors gamble thousands to access protective equipment from China.
Around 8 percent of heterosexual couples have an age gap of more than 10 years. Often they deal with social disapproval and also negative family reactions. In this episode Insight talks to couples, some with age gaps of more than 30 years, about how they navigate the age difference.
Dateline follows a reverend and his crew as they endeavour to help the homeless community in LA cope with coronavirus COVID-19. Reverend Andy Bales is getting them off the streets and into shelters, implementing social distancing inside the shelter, setting up sanitisation stations, and enlisting volunteers to feed the homeless and provide medical care. Andy and his team of staff and volunteers are risking their own health to try and prevent the virus spreading amongst the homeless.
Retiree nurses across Australia are being coaxed back into hospitals to join the fight against coronavirus COVID-19. But is rejoining the workforce as easy as just dusting off the old scrubs? Plus, how is technology plugging the corona sized hole in our social lives?
Laura Tingle on the coronavirus COVID-19 modelling released today. Adam Bienkov explains who is running Britain now Boris Johnson is in intensive care. Coroner calls for Department of Veterans' Affairs to be subject to independent audit of veterans' complaints. New York's health system overwhelmed by coronavirus patients. Intensive care specialist Hugh Montgomery on when a coronavirus patient would need to go to ICU. Staggering number of Australians stood down or laid off. George Pell freed from prison after High Court quashed his child sexual abuse convictions.
The show that takes the road less travelled, to the ends of the Earth, in search of the story. Open a window to the world as our network of foreign correspondents uncover stories and meet people you won't see elsewhere.
Frontline health workers are frantically preparing for a surge in seriously ill patients. Q and A brings together doctors and nurses from emergency wards, ICUs and fever clinics, and GPs facing a lack of protective equipment. Panellists: Dr Stephen Parnis, emergency doctor and former AMA vice president; Danielle Austin, senior nurse and disaster manager at St Vincent's Hospital; Dr Vyom Sharma, general practitioner; Dr Lucy Morgan, respiratory physician, Nepean Hospital; Katie Allen, Liberal member for Higgins; and Chris Bowen, shadow minister for Health.
Amazon is a corporate colossus that dominates the global retail landscape. As a company, it has changed the way commerce operates to emerge as a corporate superpower. It’s propelled its founder, Jeff Bezos from a small-scale book seller to a tech titan. He’s now the richest man in the world. Former high-level Amazon insiders reveal how the company has achieved its success to Four Corners. What emerges is a portrait of a company that gathers staggering amounts of deeply personal data about its customers.
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