Stories include, 'Miners vent fury over tax hike', 'Henry tax review in depth', 'Police hunt Times Square bomb suspect', 'Obama visits oil spill disaster site', 'British politicians vie for election glory', 'Britain could be headed for hung parliament', 'Mumbai gunman awaits sentencing', 'Government under fire over ETS shelving'.
An investigation that exposes the way children are used to produce the raw materials that drive a multi-billion dollar industry. Cocoa beans are the basic ingredients of chocolate. They are one of the most heavily traded commodities in the world. In Europe, major chocolate makers have signed up to Fairtrade programs, claiming some of their products are made without abusive labour practices. Now the BBC's Paul Kenyon, posing as a cocoa bean buyer, puts those claims to the test, revealing the Fairtrade seal of approval on chocolate is not all always what it appears to be.
Panellists include Penny Wong - Minister for Climate Change and Water, Nick Minchin - Liberal Senator for South Australia, John Symond - Aussie Home Loans' Chief, Paul Howes - National Secretary of the Australian Workers' Union and Jessica Brown - policy analyst for the Centre for Independent Studies.
The story, 'Taxing time', details the Federal Governments new tax reform. The story, 'Alzheimer's mums', tells the story of two Australian mums in there 30's who have been struck down by Alzheimer's disease. The story, 'Rescued', features an interview with Australian adventurer Tom Smitheringale after his near death experience. The story, 'Trouble in paradise', examines the red-shirt revolution in Thailand.
US military bases in Japan are always contentious. Now, Japan's prime minister must rule on the future of one base in Okinawa. Should it stay or should it go? Meanwhile, as the UK gears up for an election, meet the Tory Party's new-look female, gay and ethnic minority candidates. What will the party's rusted-on voters think?
Stories include, 'Oil slick declared a natural disaster', 'Miners wary of new tax', 'Underworld lawyer sues police', 'Politics wrap', 'Ukraine returns to old ways', 'Economics wrap', 'Cameron delivers strongest performance yet', 'Melbourne debates street art'.
Stories include, 'Rudd's smokescreen', 'Wilhelm walks free', 'Volcano chaos could have been avoided', 'Political stoush over historic hotel', 'The greatest moral challenge of our time', 'Inside Iran'.
Antarctic Special: The sleeping giant awakes - what's happening to the world's biggest ice sheet?; mysterious creatures from the bottom of the Southern Ocean; Otto Nordenskjoeld - pioneer of Antarctica's Heroic Age.
Stories include, 'Cigarette companies threaten to fight back', 'Soldiers in the Collateral Murder video apologise', 'Former US soldier speaks', 'Brown forgets the microphone in bigot scandal', 'Tougher anti-people smuggling laws proposed', 'US prepares to burn spilled oil'.
Around the turn of the 20th century in what is known as Antarctica's Heroic Age, 16 expeditions set off from 8 different countri
The Southern Ocean stretches right around the planet, linking the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans. It's like a carbon sponge
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.
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