Stories include, 'Thomson named in FWA report', 'Government focuses all attention on budget', 'France rejects Sarkozy and austerity', 'Greeks punish government over crisis', 'Professor Shiller argues to reclaim finance', 'Demonstrators protest Putin inauguration' and 'Burma fears loss of built heritage'.
The story, 'Revenge', details how Jalien Reyneke - a wronged daughter chose to deal with her mother's treachery. The story, 'The longest run', meets inspirational woman Turia Pitt. She was caught in a bushfire in the Kimberley as she competed in the ultra-marathon. The story, 'The final frontier', features an interview with filmmaker James Cameron about his adventure below the water's surface.
Last month members of WA's Nyoongar community went head to head with Western Australian Police. The dispute was over the WA Government's proposed billion dollar deal which would extinguish native title claims made by the Noongar community. This week Living Black speaks with those involved. Also, the single mum breaking down barriers in a male dominated industry. And this week's instalment of The Music Project features blues/roots musician Krista Pav.
Stories include, 'Guangcheng makes plea for American help', 'Guangcheng feared for his family', 'Swan faces tougher fight for surplus', 'Russia protests planned US missile base', 'Interview with Bob Fu, Part 2', 'Dreyfus and Brandis debate politics' and 'Fans fund Iron Sky Nazi spoof'.
Stories include, 'Asbestos victims claim some justice in James Hardie ruling', 'CSI Effect questions forensic evidence', 'Minister explains Australia's Defence shake up', 'September 11 accused faces military tribunal' and 'A great man in a crisis meets Clarke and Dawe'.
Graham discovers how a better understanding of sharks' sensory systems may lead to a way to swim in safety amongst sharks, and Maryanne looks at how the contraceptive pill could lower the risk of some reproductive cancers.
Stories include, 'Defence reshuffle to save billions', 'ACCC to probe petrol pricing', 'Court upholds verdict against James Hardie directors', 'Malaysian newspaper apologies to Xenophon', 'Dissident makes plea to leave China', 'Defence likely to refocus on Asia-Pacific region', 'France holds fierce election debate', 'Fly-in, fly-out putting social strain on miners' and 'Police watchdog criticises St Kilda investigation'.
Stories include, 'Visa fraud allegations hide child trafficking fears', 'Union raid and Slipper scandal stir political strife', 'HSU plot thickens after police raid' and 'Dissident in hiding creates Chinese political thriller'.
Stories include, 'Police raid HSU branch office', 'NAB breaks silence on rate cut', 'Chinese dissident leaves US embassy', 'Obama signs Afghan pact during surprise visit', 'Police could be looking at Thomson files', 'People smuggling charges dropped against trio', 'Refugee family torn apart after ASIO assessment', 'Protest turns deadly in Egypt' and 'Suu Kyi swears parliamentary oath'.
Stories include, 'Gang crime causes concern around country', 'Interest rates cut highlights Federal Budget expectations', 'Treasurer reacts to rates cut and Fraser critique' and 'Priest faces up to 1980s abuse charges'.
Stories include, 'News International misled parliament: inquiry', 'Hacking inquiry results in uncharted waters', 'Government takes credit for RBA rate cut', 'Budget surplus a political objective', 'Locals blast fly-in, fly-out mining culture' and 'US defends use of drone attacks'.
Tonight Insight looks at why more children are abducted by a parent each year in Australia than by a stranger, and whether the laws need to be toughened up.
As the illegal ivory trade devastates Africa's elephants, Dateline follows the fight against the poachers and goes undercover on the smuggling route to Asia.
Earlier this year we brought you the story of a young couple and their battle to save historic Wooleen Station in the Murchison Ranges district of WA. Against conventional wisdom, they took the radical step of destocking Wooleen's half a million acres to give the landscape a chance to regenerate. The story of David Pollock and Frances Jones drew a warm response from many quarters. And though their struggles are far from over, their efforts have brought support from unexpected quarters... including someone well known to Australian Story viewers.
Stories include, 'Government enters crisis management mode', 'Minister responds to talk of Labor crisis', 'States in the dark over National Disability Insurance Scheme' and 'Former Reserve Bank Governor bemoans state of politics and inequity'.
Stories include, 'HSU interim report leaked', 'States tackle bikie gangs', 'Bowen Basin miners to vote on contract', 'Dark cloud not removed in a day: Windsor', 'Review calls for two new media regulators', 'Dissident's disappearance sparks diplomatic row', 'Suu Kyi to enter Burma's parliament'.
Panellists will include: Mark Dreyfus - Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change, Sophie Mirabella - Shadow Minister for Innovation, Industry and Science, Victor Victor - Sudanese youth leader, Ged Kearney - President of the ACTU, Peter Reith - Former Howard Government Minister and Diana Nguyen - actor and Community Development worker.
This feature is only available for subscribers. Please contact your EnhanceTV administrator or email firstname.lastname@example.org