During the southern summer, Mark Horstman and Dr Paul Willis travelled to opposite sides of Antarctica. Their purpose: to witnes
Stories include, 'Goldman Sachs executives grilled by Senators', 'Flu shot scare has confidence low', 'Rudd Government dumps ETS', 'Remembering diggers' plight in Russia'.
Stories include, 'Cigarettes to get plain packets', 'Health taskforce chair discusses plain packets', 'Rudd returns focus to economy', 'Goldman executives deny having mislead clients', 'Greece suspends short selling', 'David Hale joins Lateline', 'More violence erupts in Thai capital'.
Stories include, 'ETS postponed by Rudd Government', 'Troubled Treasurer Buswell resigns', 'Another boom and bust predicted', 'Big win for disabled Victorians'.
The uber designers of Paris launch outrageous and shocking new garments on loping models lapping the seasonal catwalks and the stylish audience applauds. But there's a line of clothing that's proving too outrageous, too shocking for some in France - including the President Nicholas Sarkozy. It's the burka - the top-to-toe Islamic cover-all. This week the French cabinet resolved to proceed with plans to make it illegal to wear - in public places - burkas and other garments that hide the face.
Stories include, 'ETS sidelined until 2013', 'Bob Brown attacks decision to shelve ETS', 'WA Treasurer resigns, position untenable', 'Noriega extradited to France', 'Liberal Democrats offer deal with a price in UK elections', 'Sam Coates discusses UK election', 'Salary cap rorts widespread, claims Waldron'.
How healthy is the fitness industry? Is your personal trainer ripping you off and endangering your health? The fitness industry in Australia is booming with boot camps and personal trainers filling our parks and beaches. It is now estimated to be worth over 800 million dollars per year but how qualified are the people who are pushing us to our limits and could potentially cause us serious injury?
Join Living Black on location in Redfern during the Coloured Diggers March on Sunday 25th April.
Stories include, 'Storm defiant as investigation begins', 'Volcano fallout', 'Long lasting effects of war', 'Back to Anzac Cove'.
In this program Australian swimming champion Meagen Nay reveals the story behind the toughest months of her young life. Meagen is the 21 year old daughter of Robert Nay, an Olympian and Ironman champion, who won gold at the 1974 Commonwealth Games in Christchurch. Nay battled demons after he left the pool and lost his life in a car crash when Meagen was only three.
Stories include, 'Buswell admits to travel rorts during affair', 'Financial planning industry prepares for shake-up', 'States urged to check records for vaccine reactions', 'Bush speech writer joins Lateline', 'Rudd prepares to release tax review', 'Japan rejects new whaling proposal'.
The story behind the Federal Government's multi-billion dollar home insulation scheme debacle. Reporter Wendy Carlisle speaks exclusively to bereaved father Kevin Fuller, who tells the story of his attempt to find the truth behind his son's death. Four Corners also hears for the first time from a departmental insider who says warnings were given to, and ignored, by senior bureaucrats.
The dark side of Japan's hugely-popular anime (animation) craze as it struggles to maintain dominance over the booming industry. With increasing competition from China and Korea, Japan's anime houses are placing immense pressure on their already overworked anime artists.
The story, 'Fire in the sky', investigates the impact of Iceland's volcanic eruption on the international airline industry. The story, 'Growing pains', examines Australia's population. The story, 'Mr extreme', details the Nitro Circus. The story, 'The great flag debate', explores the possibility of changing the Australian flag.
Ray Martin 2010
Live coverage of the Anzac Day dawn Memorial Service from Villers-Bretonneux, France.
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