Stories include: ‘Extra beds for immigration detention centres’, ‘Rudd doubles aid to flood-hit Pakistan’, ‘Sarkozy denies persecuting gypsies’, ‘Company fined over teen’s insulation death’, ‘Stephen Long looks at the week in economics’, ‘Burke, Morrison debate immigration policies’, ‘Exiled Pakistani politician murdered in London’, ‘Five arrested over alleged threat to Pope’, ‘Diplomats called in to retrieve Delhi supplies’ and ‘Violence looms over Afghanistan vote’.
Stories include, 'Growing concerns over violence surge', 'Christine Milne joins the program', 'NRL betting under scrutiny', 'Clarke and Dawe on the political paradigm'.
Catalyst celebrates an incredible ten years on television with a retrospective of research and discovery in the first decade of this millennium.
Stories include, 'Immigration boss pleads for more staff', 'Business spooked by call for carbon tax', 'Former Socceroos captain arrested in Dubai', 'Keelty testifies in Rush's last-ditch appeal', 'Police probe claims church covered up abuse', 'Tea Party wins rattle Republicans', 'Tea Party shakes up US elections', 'Pope touches down in Britain', 'Ex-Khmer Rouge leaders face genocide trial'.
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Catalyst - from the past 10 years
Stories include, 'NBN continues to dominate home politics', 'Mexican connection'.
Stories include, 'Oakeshott raises hand for Speaker role', 'Wilderness Society leader quits', 'News Limited sells Fiji Times paper', 'Downer lends support to Rudd's new role', 'Tea Party movement claims surprise wins', 'Pope to visit UK amid child abuse controversy', 'Historic Incheon landing re-created'.
Forget Sex and the City, the steamy, remote jungle is where girls rule, it's sex anytime and anything goes. Bonobos are a fascinating, female-led community of carers and sharers and they're giving scientists profound insights into why we behave the way we behave. Including how human desperation, dysfunction and war are threatening these delightful distant relatives.
Stories include, 'Gillard sworn in as Prime Minister', 'Turnbull to tackle broadband white elephant', 'Immigration detention system on verge of crisis', 'Pilot training program raises safety fears', 'Afghanistan's media flourishing amid war'.
Stories include, 'Aged care under strain', 'Chris Bowen joins the 7.30 Report', 'Breakthrough for back pain treatment', 'Indigenous community tackles school truancy'.
Stories include, ‘Down to business for new ministry', 'Father cycles across Europe to find son', 'From Sydney to New Delhi: Huegill's triumphant return', 'Celebrity snaps on display'.
The Independents have made their call and we now have a new government. Don't miss the first Q&A of the new political era. On the panel Tanya Plibersek - Labor MP, Clive Palmer - mining magnate and Lenore Taylor - writer and journalist.
How a monsoonal rain storm transformed a country already racked by social division and violence into a massive disaster zone. It began with heavy rain that turned into a rolling wall of water destroying everything in its path. Now reporter Liz Jackson retraces the progress of Pakistan's devastating floods.
In this special two part edition, a famously fearless reporter finally confronts his personal demons after a decade dodging bombs and bullets in war zones acrosst the globe. Michael Ware's fearless reporting made him a star on U.S. television, but his exploits are little known back in his home country. Over the past decade, Michael Ware has reported on conflicts all over the world. But it was his most recent assignments in Afghanistan and Iraq that made him a household name in America.
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