Stories include, 'Patel found guilty of all counts', 'Oil industry report looming', 'Generation Y drowning in debt', 'Grieving families lobby for change'.
Stories include, 'Patel found guilty of all charges', 'Speculation of early election grows', 'General McChrystal to retire from the US army', 'Tension mounts over Afghanistan corruption allegations', 'Cold war-style spying arrests in United States', 'Fiji Times eviction an attack on free speech', 'Indonesia struggling against people smugglers'.
This week's Australian Story is a harrowing but ultimately inspirational tale of sportsmanship, mentoring and redemption through three generations of Australian Rules football players.
This story documents the intersecting lives of three men as they struggle to survive on the backstreets of Rio de Janeiro. Rio de Janeiro is home to nearly 12 million people. Over 2 million of them live in favelas or shanty towns. Those suburbs are, for the most part, controlled by gangs and their bosses who make their living by kidnapping, theft and selling drugs. Some describe these gangs as parallel authorities to the established government. They are in constant conflict with the police. Few people get inside these communities but film director Jon Blair has been given access to tell the story of three men, one of whom will not survive.
The story, 'Breaking point', investigates school yard bulling while detailing the experiences of Alex Wildman and Dakoda Stainer. The story, 'It's my life', features an interview with musician Bon Jovi. The story, 'The vanishing', examines the disappearing of Australia's wildlife.
Stories include, 'Kevin Rudd's parliamentary future uncertain', 'Gillard loses key player to family reasons', 'Liberal and Labor head-to-head', 'Boat handed to unlicenced, intoxicated passenger', 'Obama still wants troops coming home in a year', 'Commandos' bodies return home', 'Brown coal export deal criticised', 'The Long view', 'Russian parents fear radio brainwashing'.
Stories include, 'Gillard's first day in office', 'Gillard takes top job in bloodless coup'.
Should obese teenagers undergo surgery?; forecasting ocean movements; saving special marine habitats - with plant pots!; and acrobatic ants in super slow motion.
Stories include, 'Julia Gillard begins reshaping Labor Government', 'Gillard set to be a more inclusive Prime Minister', 'Roxon speaks to Lateline', 'Rudd struggles to hold back tears', 'The view from both sides'.
Stories include, 'Rudd's leadership in crisis', 'Uhlmann's take on Labor's leadership crisis', 'Australia in Afghanistan for at least two more years', 'AWU has switched allegiance to Gillard', 'Whaling deal dead in the water'.
So, you're in a highly sensitive job working on a top secret project but something's not right. In fact you think it's very, very wrong. Go public and you risk your job, perhaps jail - maybe even your life. Stay silent and many other lives may be endangered or life-savings imperilled and malignant corruption festers . What do you do? Hurry - time is ticking.
Oil Spill- Behind the News Barack Obama is calling it a potentially unprecedented environmental disaster. Millions of litres of oil are flowing into the Gulf of Mexico since a BP oil rig exploded and sank.... The pollution is threatening wildlife and the pristine shores of several American States
Reporter Debbie Whitmont goes to the north-west coast of Western Australia to talk to the people at the centre of a bitter dispute over the location of a gas processing plant the mining company says will be worth $50 billion over the next thirty years. Twelve months ago this appeared to be a deal with something for everyone, now the Premier of the state says if necessary he'll compulsorily acquire the land. How did it come to this and why do some Indigenous land owners feel betrayed by their own people?
The story, 'Dust to dust', measures the asbestos risk most of us face in everyday Australian life. The story, 'Road ahead', features V8 Supercar champion, Mark Skaife as he goes head to head with the National Road Safety Council about young driver safety. The story, 'Healing hearts', finds out more about heart disease and the necessity for women to take the disease seriously.
The story, 'Baby beauty queens', examines the popularity of baby beauty pageants and the effort required to perform on stage. The story, 'Prime suspect', tells the disappearance of Iveta Mitchell. The story, 'The Trouble with Kevin', features an interview with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd about the issues currently facing his leadership.
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