Has Australia been a good neighbour to the East Timorese? Australian veterans return to see the people they helped 20 years ago to find out.
Caught between the ideals and the realities of Brexit, The Feed meets the generation of young Britons facing an uncertain post-EU future.
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On October 2, 2018, Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. He never walked out. Within a matter of days, it was revealed that he had been murdered and dismembered by a 15-person Saudi hit squad.
On March 8, 2014, the 777 Boeing from Malaysian Airlines on its way to Beijing, from Kuala Lumpur, suddenly vanishes from the control systems, while the aircraft is flying over the China Sea. Five years after the disappearance of MH370, nobody knows what happened on that day, nobody knows the fate of the 239 passengers and crews on board. In the 21st century, with all the technology and tracking systems available, with hundreds of radars in orbit above our heads monitoring our every moves how is it possible to see a 270 tonnes aircraft vanish with no traces? At the time, 26 countries participated to the search efforts in order to find clues and plausible explanations to the mystery. But even today, nothing has been found to reply to all the unanswered questions and people from around the world are still wondering what really happened on that day. In order to better grasp and understand all the different hypothesis, from the most serious to the most speculative, this film goes back to the official investigation and outlines the numerous inconsistencies surrounding the case since the beginning. And many can come to a conclusion: have we been lied to?
Six months after the Coalition was returned to Government, how do the Quiet Australians score Scott Morrison's performance?
2019 Sydney Peace Prize recipients Tracey Spicer and Tarana Burke address the Press Club on the topic: MeToo Movement - Women Changing the World.
The bushfire emergency continues across Queensland and NSW. Plus the push to impeach US President Donald Trump.
This program meets the families, estate agents, and heritage activists living in the ruins of Mosul, two years after the defeat of IS. With renewed instability in the region, can life in the once thriving cultural city ever return to normal?
7.30 brings you special coverage of the bushfire emergency in NSW, where catastrophic fire danger warnings are in place for a number of areas including Sydney.
The show that puts you at the centre of the conversation. Host Tony Jones is joined by a panel of punters, pollies and pundits to talk through the issues of the past seven days and set the agenda for the week to come.
There’s no more precious resource in Australia than our children. Equipping them with the reading and writing skills to face the future is vital, not only for their own success but for the nation's prosperity. Alarmingly, a number of test results and international benchmarks indicate some of our children are slipping behind in the key area of literacy. Four Corners examines the way reading and writing is being taught in our schools to find out what is going wrong.
NSW, QLD and WA have faced unprecedented fire conditions - and it might be about to get even worse. 7.30 brings you a special on the Bushfire Crisis, with reporters on the scene and a look at forecast catastrophic conditions.
The Jeffrey Epstein scandal – Tara Brown reports how a New York billionaire masterminded an international sex trafficking ring of young women, and why wealthy and powerful men, including HRH Prince Andrew, are now implicated in the saga.
What drives us to embrace hateful ideas? Extremism expert Sasha Havlicek explores the complicated factors that draw people toward ideologies that fuel hate and violence.
Sunday Night investigates the disappearance of three young women from Claremont in the 90s, and what led to a bombshell arrest. Also, Rod Stewart sits down with Rahni Sadler to discuss his career.
PM Morrison started the week at the East Asia Summit in Bangkok and met with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. The Weatherill/Emerson report into Labor's election loss is released and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese responds.
The Morrison Government has announced a drought stimulus package that includes new interest-free loans for farmers and small businesses.
It's time to show some stealth for the Commonwealth.
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