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'.
Stories include, 'Power struggle', 'Elizabeth Broderick joins 7.30', 'Mental health system crisis', 'Fifty years since Eichmann trial', 'Designs for social change'.
In an idyllic, crystal clear patch of the Pacific, locals are learning what goes down must come up - and they're told the consequences will be devastating. Lurking at the bottom of a giant blue lagoon - a pinprick in the enormous ocean expanse - is a huge, ticking, time bomb threatening very soon to disgorge tens of millions of litres of thick, black oil, destroying the environment and a fragile island economy. We know it will happen. Why isn't anyone moving quickly and decisively to stop it?
Stories include, 'Defence complaints to be independently assessed', 'Fukushima crisis given highest rating', 'Ouattara promises Gbagbo a fair trial', 'Hanson loses seat at eleventh hour', 'O'Farrell: We have a mandate', 'Costello linked to environmental controversy'.
This week Insight explores narcissism: what causes it, whether social media is feeding it, and when narcissistic tendencies verge into serious disorder. Narcissists have an inflated sense of self, a lack of empathy and can be vain and materialistic. But narcissism can be far more serious and destructive than simply an overblown ego. While the spectrum of narcissistic personality disorder is broad, those at the severe end of the scale can tear apart the lives of the people around them.
Stories include, 'Defence culture in the spotlight', 'The free-speech debate', 'Julian Assange talks to 7.30', 'Wivenhoe Dam operation under scrutiny'.
This week's program concludes the story of John Quigley, a lawyer and politician widely praised for his four year battle to free a man wrongly imprisoned for murder. As we revealed, it's all come at a steep personal price for Quigley, who now finds himself in the dock, facing professional misconduct charges. At the same time, he's tackled major health crises; the demands of a young family, and, most recently, another notorious case involving police wrongdoing.
A grand vision or a grand folly? Four Corners sizes up the largest infrastructure project in Australian history. Reporter Stephen Long navigates his way through the arguments, exploring the business case and the technological requirements for our 'wired' future. Is it nation building? Will it be the 21st century equivalent to building the national railway network, or simply an overpriced public monopoly-stifling competition?
Stories include, 'ADFA head stood aside pending multiple inquiries', 'Stephen Smith speaks to Lateline', 'Woodside signals war over carbon tax', 'Obama cuts $US38b to pass budget', 'Peace nears in Yemen and Libya'.
Panellists include: Penny Wong - Finance Minister, Greg Hunt - Shadow Environment Minister, Bess Price - central Australian Aboriginal leader, Graeme Innes - Human Rights Commissioner and Chris Kenny - commentator.
The story, 'AFL school girl: The truth', speaks with the parents of Kim Duthie, the 17-year-old at the centre of the AFL nude photo scandal. The story, 'Blue heaven', explores a brand new aquatic Garden of Eden off the coast of Sri Lanka, home to the blue whale. The story, 'Keli's mystery man', reveals Keli Lane's mystery lover.
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