Stories include, 'Ian Ramsay joins The 7.30 Report', 'Russia bans roo meat', 'Historic Arnhem Land expedition celebrated'.
Stories include, 'Stem cell research takes off', 'Teachers and parents oppose school leagues tables', 'Fury over freddo charges', 'Olympic funding threat'.
Stories include, 'Oceanic Viking stand-off appears ended', 'Xenophon attacks Scientology while under privilege', 'Twins recovering, separately, after surgery', 'Obama discusses climate, economy with Hu Jintao', 'Economist correspondent discusses Obama's China visit', 'Australia's Olympic expectations may get downgrade', 'Stolen-freddo charges against boy dropped', 'Actor Edward Woodward dies at 79', 'Catastrophic fire danger in South Australia'.
Stories include, 'Rudd and Turnbull apologise to Forgotten Australians', 'Rees thrown a life line', 'New Afghan Government under fire', 'Ricky Ponting joins The 7.30 Report'.
Stories include, 'Rudd apologises to Forgotten Australians', 'Obama in China for climate discussion', 'Turnbull loses ground in poll', 'Julie Bishop discusses today's apology', 'World-first carbon-capture facility unveiled', 'Boy appears in court over stolen freddo'.
Coverage of the Forgotten Australians Apology.
After eight years locked up in the US military prison in Guantanamo Bay, six Uighur men have arrived in the remote Pacific nation of Palau. You may have been to Hollywood, you're familiar with Bollywood, and if you saw Evan William's Pakistan story earlier this year, you may have even heard of Lollywood... But how much do you know about Nollywood? Plus an interview with Jeremy Leggett on the upcoming Copenhagen summit.
Stories include, 'The good life', 'Fat chance', 'Hope at last', and 'The shadow of Uluru'.
Stories include, '22 asylum seekers disembark Viking', 'Sri Lanka opens detention camps to media', 'Greenland ice melting at accelerating rate', 'ABC correspondent with an Obama update', 'US senior official discusses Obama's Asia tour', 'ATO chasing former Myer owner', 'Stephen Long with the week in economics', 'New abortion laws cause debate in East Timor'.
Stories include, 'Emotional apology to Forgotten Australians', 'Asylum seekers offered deal', 'Heat wave bakes south eastern Australia', 'Clarke and Dawe with Mr No'.
Stories include, 'Garrett stops Traveston Dam project', 'More college closures predicted', 'David Attenborough joins The 7.30 Report', 'Athenaeum building celebrates 170 years'.
Stories include, 'Coalition split over emissions trading bill', 'Stephen Smith joins The 7.30 Report', 'Bright hopes for Winter Olympics win'.
As the world's attention tilts toward the Olympic Games, the attention of millions of kids in South Korea will be fixed elsewhere. They won't bother looking up from their computer screens because the only games they're interested in are online. As the emerging generations wear their thumbs to the bone losing days and nights fighting evil, there's a real life, high stakes war game playing out on the same grid. North Korea is finding ways to crack its capitalist neighbour's databases for secrets and political subversion.
The inside story of the issue, the people and politics that threaten to tear apart the once powerful Federal Coalition. Reporter Sarah Ferguson goes inside the conservative parties to find out what the party members really think about climate change and why they're so reluctant to back their leader.
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