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.
While everyone is struggling with the new normal, it's a particularly daunting time for people dealing with major life events that can't be put on hold. What will education look like in 2025? Governments are spending up big on infrastructure projects.
For decades we've been told that we can do our bit for the environment by recycling our waste. But as Four Corners revealed in 2017, much of Australia's recycling operations have been effectively a sham with mountains of waste being stockpiled with nowhere to go. Now, in this revealing investigation from PBS Frontline, the actions of the American plastics industry are laid bare. The program shows how over decades clever marketing campaigns were created to persuade consumers they should carry the burden of plastic pollution, by recycling, rather than expecting industry to reduce the amount of plastic it manufactured.
The impact of Victoria's state of disaster: Will businesses survive and what powers do police and state government have? How will border closures impact the nation? How do we look after our mental and emotional wellbeing? Panellists: Tim Wilson, Victorian Liberal MP; Kimberley Kitching, Victorian Labor senator; Dinesh Palipana, emergency doctor and disability advocate; Michele O'Neil, ACTU president; and Paul Waterson, CEO, Australian Venue Co. Also joining the program: Killian Ashe, psychiatrist, Royal Melbourne Hospital.
The AMA demand better protection for frontline health workers treating COVID patients. Dr Norman Swan looks at the importance of cleaning surfaces to avoid COVID-19. Coronavirus patients discover some unexpected side effects.
This is an unprecedented documentary that joins hundreds of pieces of footage and audiotape in a seamless historical record, from moments after the first plane crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center, to the South Tower being hit, to the aftermath of the collapse of the second building.
The Experiment Identical twins are beautiful quirks of nature, perfect genetic copies of each other with a bond so close many believe they're telepathic. Understandably, twins, and even rarer identical triplets, have been magnets for curious scientists trying to answer that profound question: Is it nature or nurture that determines who we are? But one well-known psychiatrist in the US became so obsessed by his research he engineered a truly heartless experiment. Peter Neubauer separated sets of identical twins and triplets at birth and studied them as they grew up apart. Incredibly they never even knew their siblings existed. But this doctor's cruelty was finally exposed when decades later - in a one in a million chance - Edward Galland, David Kellman and Robert Shafran found each other and discovered an unbelievable truth. Includes interview footage from Tim Wardle's Three Identical Strangers. Buyer Beware Here's an incredible, not to mention shameful, statistic about Australia's building industry. Eighty-five percent of new high-rise apartment towers are defective. The rate of shoddy workmanship has increased dramatically as governments around the country have encouraged more developers to build more high-density housing as a way of containing urban sprawl. As a result, many unsuspecting buyers, trying to put a roof over their heads, are learning a painful lesson: that the cost of cutting corners is very expensive. But as Sarah Abo reports, there is one man determined to fix all the damage.
David Speers interviews finance minister Mathias Cormann, and Mike Bowers talks pictures with the Guardian's Amy Remeikis. On the panel are Network Ten's Peter van Onselen, Triple J political reporter Shalailah Medhora and 6PR radio's Gareth Parker to discuss Melbourne's stage 4 lockdown, borders, the economy, JobKeeper eligibility eased, plus 14-day quarantine for Victorian MPs before parliament.
We meet three Victorians adjusting to life under lockdown. How families in Melbourne are coping with the new childcare rules. Plus, Leigh Sales speaks with Magda Szubanski about how life has changed in Melbourne.
The coach announces a bold plan to bring Australia's coronavirus COVID-19 caseload down.
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