Transcendental meditation: hocus-pocus or healthy practice? Is the end of the universe nearer than we thought? Why our eyes are always on the move; Bernie Hobbs on burning out.
Stories include, 'Gillard promises a very lean election campaign', 'Indonesia needs to see more consultation on refugees', 'US pressured me to lie: Iranian nuclear scientist', 'Storm salary cap breaches extraordinary: Gallop', 'Terrorism allegations threaten India-Pakistan relations', 'Russian crackdown on dissent breeds unusual protests', 'Police warn Darwin clubbers of bad drugs', 'Avandia still on the market'.
Stories include, 'Mining tax concessions balanced by commodity prices', 'Boat arrivals kept in front of the electorate', 'Police investigate reports of taser initiation ritual', 'Swan releases optimistic economic forecast', 'Human rights debate brews over French anti-burqa law', 'Gaza-bound aid ship redirected to Egypt', 'A zero-carbon future is possible: Turnbull'.
Stories include, 'Bob and Blanche - the power and the passion', 'Call for bishop's resignation amid new abuse allegations'.
Last week reporter Chris Masters went with Mentoring Team Alpha as they confronted the Taliban. This week he details the company's efforts to forge a relationship of trust with the local people in the Miribad Valley. He shows the progress that's been made as schools and medical facilities are constructed and we see first-hand the terrible price paid to protect them when two Australian soldiers are killed by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED).
The story, 'Boomers go bust', details the superannuation disaster experienced by baby boomers. The story, 'Daddy's boy', tells the story of pain and confusion of an unorthodox family. The story, 'The crimes of Comrade Duch', examines the international tribunal, which will deliver the verdict on the killing fields in Cambodia by Comrade Duch.
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Japan is one of the most earthquake prone regions in the world. So its modern buildings and infrastructure are designed to resis
Stories include, 'East Timor plan hits troubled waters', 'Sow row', 'Green light to oil drilling', 'From the ashes', '7.30 Report Apology', 'Clarke and Dawe on asylum seekers'.
Scoping deep space from balloons; designing sky scrapers for quake zones; recycling e-waste; and why are things darker when wet?
Stories include, 'Diplomatic turbulence upsets asylum seeker plan', 'East Timor still waiting on a concrete proposal', 'Troubled Green Loans program shelved', 'Brown calls on Greens state MP to resign', 'Prisoner swap rumoured in US-Russian spy drama', 'Ramos-Horta speaks to Lateline', 'European operation nets Al Qaeda operatives', 'Sarkozy faces illegal donations allegations', 'Agricultural sabotage not the first, say police', 'Video artist chronicles frontline Afghanistan'.
Both legs blown away by a mine, he sat on a chair outside his family's house and watched the world go by. This was his hopeless lot for five long, bleak years until a life altering chain of events. He now walks tall, is second-in-charge of the clinic that helped him and feels like he is standing on the sky. Out of strife, a story to ignite the human spirit.
Stories include, 'Gillard bites bullet on asylum seekers', 'Cousins collapse highlights pill popping culture', 'Inside Mawson's Antarctic expedition'.
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