Stories include, 'Voters turn on Labor', 'Greens hold power in Tasmania', 'Obama makes history again', 'Flood waters bring relief to drought affected areas'.
Stories include, 'Stern Hu admits to taking bribes', 'Leaders to battle over health policy', 'US Congress passes health bill', 'Thomas Mann on US health bill', 'Patel pleads not guilty to manslaughter', 'Gambling clubs accused of exaggerating social work', 'Volcano erupts in Iceland'.
A horrifying account of the brutal war that's raging on the border between Mexico and the United States. BBC's This World reporter Katya Adler reports from the frontline of the conflict involving rival drug gangs and the Mexican government.
Panellists include, Valerie Amos, British High Commissioner to Australia, John Doyle, radio presenter and comedian, Nicola Roxon, Minister For Health and Ageing, Greg Hunt, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Tim Wilson, Institute of Public Affairs.
An open forum on bullying in Australia. Individuals discuss their personal bullying experiences and possible ways to deal with t
Ukraine's famously beautiful women are becoming prostitutes in record numbers. While some welcome the chance to turn their country into Europe's sex capital, others are trying to close the industry down, sometimes with violent consequences.
The story, 'Beating the bullies', is a forum on bullying in Australia. The story, 'King Cahill', features an interview with Australian football superstar Tim Cahill. The story, 'Accidental hero', meets with James Harrison, the Australian who holds a life- saving ingredient in his blood. The story, 'Winged keel', follows up on claims that Australia cheated to win the America's Cup in 1983.
In the second part of this series, Peter Taylor investigates how young Muslims radicalised over the internet formed themselves into a terror network that spread across three continents. Aided and abetted by two young fanatics in Britain, these cells plotted major attacks in Europe and America - culminating in a plan to explode three enormous truck bombs which, it was claimed, would dwarf the London bombings of 7/7.
The story, 'Mark of a champion', features an interview with Australia's only Formula One driver Mark Webber. The story, 'Poisoned', investigates the chemicals that are sprayed on Australia's fruit and vegetables.The story, 'The tunnel rats', follows a group of men that risk their lives time after time, scrambling through makeshift tunnels and smuggling goods from one country to another.
Stories include, 'Federal health stoush set to rumble on', 'Antony Green discusses Tasmania, SA elections', 'Bluefin tuna back on road to extinction', 'Clinton's nuclear talks hit snag', 'Elections, health to dominate parliament break', 'Stephen Long joins Lateline', 'Rough conditions claim surf lifesaver's life', 'Business leaders meet to boost Indigenous opportunities'.
Reliable witness - should repressed memories be allowed in court?; how to control the latest in wheelchairs; our place in the universe put in perspective; and a fiery little frog that knows how to stick up for itself.
Stories include, 'E-books popularity on the rise', 'Rudd and Abbott lock horns over health', 'Education revolution under fire', 'Who is Lara Bingle?'.
Stories include, 'Federal Chief Scientist joins Lateline', 'Man arrested twice over car-jackings', 'Merkel urges inquiry into priest's sexual abuse', 'Geothermal energy trials begin near Geelong', 'Concerns for Hu's secretive trial', 'Sparks fly in heated Question Time', 'Conroy joins Lateline'.
Stories include, 'Costello slams Abbott's parental leave plan', 'Wayne Swan on Australia's resources boom', 'Emotive debate over R rating for video games'.
Stories include, 'Archibald Packers' winner announced', 'Haiti releases quake reconstruction plan', 'Costello slates Abbott's parental leave scheme', 'Boat blast deliberately lit'.
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