Hearing voices is not as uncommon as you might think. In fact, research shows between 10 to 25 percent of us will experience it at some point in our lives. Why do some people hear voices? And what’s it like living with them?
Ninety-six percent of Australians don't eat enough vegetables, so imagine getting your daily serve hidden in your morning coffee. Meet the Aussie scientists turning farm waste into futuristic foods that might just save the planet from climate change. Would you drink a broccoli latte?
The full extent of Victoria's aged care coronavirus COVID-19 clusters continues to unravel. Plus solar customers complain about 'buy now, pay later' sales tactics.
The pandemic has turned Australia in two parts: the states opening up and those locked down. With border closures in place, how do we stay united? In the time of COVID it's vital we trust our media and sources of information. Panellists: Barnaby Joyce, Nationals member for New England; Michelle Rowland, shadow communications minister; Antoinette Lattouf, journalist and diversity advocate; Niki Savva, columnist and author; Ziggy Ramo, musician; and Sinead Boucher, chief executive and owner of Stuff Ltd.
For months Australia was the envy of the world, with COVID-19 largely under control. All that changed when the news broke of a breach in Melbourne's hotel quarantine program. Four Corners investigates how coronavirus escaped back out into the Victorian community, wreaking havoc in the state and putting the rest of the nation in peril. After the initial outbreak, the virus spread with alarming speed and took hold in the most vulnerable places imaginable, aged care homes. This investigation reveals the failures by the authorities that were supposed to keep the community safe.
The inquiry into Melbourne's coronavirus COVID-19 hotel quarantine program. The damning findings of the Ruby Princess special commission of inquiry. Frontline doctors and nurses sent into aged care speak out.
The Red Zone It's an enormous relief to know it's there, but it's also a place you want to do everything you can to avoid. The so-called Red Zone at the Royal Melbourne Hospital is where extraordinary battles against COVID-19 are being fought day and night. In the deadliest week of the virus so far in Australia, 60 Minutes' cameras have been given special access to the hospital's coronavirus wards to show the sombre reality of a disease that for many people is still difficult to fully comprehend. Tom Steinfort's confronting report reveals not only how dangerous COVID is, but also the incredible bravery of the doctors and nurses on the frontline of this medical war as they fight to save the lives of their patients. Confessions of a Cop It would be hard to find a police officer who was more dedicated to catching bad guys than Gary Jubelin. For 35 years he was the worst nightmare for crooks in New South Wales. Perversely though, his commitment to the job was so great it ended up destroying his career. Now in a retirement he really doesn't want, the former homicide detective has some confessions to make. In Tara Brown's revealing interview Jubelin explains the true cost of being a cop who sacrificed so much for a life of fighting crime.
David Speers interviews shadow government services minister Bill Shorten, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with cartoonist Fiona Katauskas. On the panel are Nine newspapers chief political correspondent David Crowe, the ABC's Rafael Epstein and News.com.au political editor Samantha Maiden to discuss the outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 in aged care, failures in Victoria's hotel quarantine system and the Ruby Princess inquiry finds inexcusable mistakes.
The 7.30 team have a look at the future of jobs in manufacturing, energy and technology post Covid-19.
The coronavirus crisis in aged care. Victoria records its lowest daily increase in COVID-19 cases for more than three weeks. A look at the future of jobs in manufacturing, energy and technology. Plus, satire from Mark Humphries.
Sammy J brings you all the latest non-pandemic news from around the globe.
What will Australia's workforce look like in 2025? the 7.30 team reports on what the job industry will look like in 2025.
Disadvantaged members of the community are among the hardest hit by coronavirus. What will Australia's workforce look like in 2025? Russia says it has approved a COVID-19 vaccine. Dr Norman Swan takes a look.
The chief executive of the CSIRO, Dr Larry Marshall, addresses the National Press Club during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 7.30 team report on the big changes Covid-19 is bringing to the work and education industry. Follow them on their findings through a special 3 part program discussing issues and new prospects.
The collapse of a major spy case involving a female double agent haunted ASIO throughout the Cold War. A new investigation of surveillance film reveals what went wrong and uncovers a possible KGB murder on Australian soil.
For the past six months, this program has followed the lives of three bushfire survivors from Mogo, NSW, as they try to rebuild their town and themselves from a day they will never forget. With a royal commission into the fires entering its closing stages, this raw and incredibly intimate story is a powerful reminder of the true toll of that catastrophic summer.
Step inside the world of high-stakes negotiations, from hostage sieges, to climate change deals, Indigenous rights and navigating divorce. Expert negotiators explain how to resolve conflict, with personal stories of when things go right, when they go wrong and the techniques behind how to negotiate better.
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