Volunteer firefighters around Australia dropped everything to fight on the frontline of the most ferocious and terrifying bushfires Australia has ever seen. Insight brings together volunteer firies from around Australia to find out what toll that has taken and how they are settling back to normality.
Hundreds of Australians are stuck on cruise ships that are searching for somewhere to dock. Plus Dr Norman Swan answers more of your questions about coronavirus COVID-19.
Are sex robots a force for good or a plaything of the perverted? They're the holy grail of the sex toy industry - a robot so life-like it seems human. But are they immoral and should they be illegal? The Feed speaks to importers, retailers, academics, and doll-lovers to peel back the covers on this rapidly evolving industry.
New Zealand is in the grip of a housing crisis. We meet the struggling families living in one of the world's most unaffordable cities, and the man helping the homeless become owners.
Europe's coronavirus COVID-19 epicentre and a system at breaking point. Italy in lockdown with cases of infection rising by up to a thousand daily, hospitals are swamped and patients young and old are dying. Emma Alberici reports.
How one family is coping with a case of coronavirus COVID-19 in the home. Plus some people are worried they will run out of life-saving drugs, despite efforts to control the stockpiling of medication.
With the Coronavirus epidemic now set to last for many months, and government introducing stricter controls, the need for good clear medical information has become paramount. Q and A turns to medical experts Dr Norman Swan, Professor Paul Kelly and Professor Sharon Lewin to answer your questions.
On the frontline to preserve the world's largest tropical rainforest. Brazil is allowing the Amazon to be felled at an alarming rate, but Indigenous tribes, scientists and activists are fighting back. Sophie McNeill reports.
A passenger from the Ruby Princess cruise ship speaks out after a number of people that were on the boat tested positive to coronavirus. Plus Dr Norman Swan answers more of your questions about COVID-19.
Coronavirus: Brave New World 60 Minutes' special COVID-19 coverage continues. As the entire world confronts defining moments, what can Australians do to lessen the health and economic impacts of Coronavirus? How to stay well and keep working.
David Speers interviews shadow treasurer Jim Chalmers. Mike Bowers is joined by Amy Remeikis for Talking Pictures. On the couch are The Australian’s Niki Savva, Guardian Australia’s Katharine Murphy and ABC Radio Melbourne’s Raf Epstein to discuss a week dominated by COVID-19. As Australia close the border to foreigners, can a second stimulus package and emergency RBA measures cushion us from recession?
What happens when you actually contract coronavirus COVID-19? Leigh Sales interviews Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Qantas CEO Alan Joyce. Plus acts of kindness are emerging during these difficult times.
In the midst of a crisis, we bring you an important message from the Government Coach.
As coronavirus COVID-19 sweeps across the globe, Australia is sealing itself off and adopting measures not seen since the end of the last world war. The ABC's Dr Norman Swan answers some of your coronavirus questions.
A panel of public health experts discuss coronavirus COVID-19, featuring Doherty Institute director of epidemiology Jodie McVernon, ANU associate professor Kamalini Lokuge and public health physician associate professor Vanessa Johnston.
It's one thing to lose weight, and when it comes to diet and exercise regimes on the market to help us with that, there are too many to count. But, if we want to enjoy the long-term health benefits of weight loss, we have to be able to keep it off. Some US studies have shown that up to 95 percent of people will have regained all the weight they lost from dieting within two to five years. In this episode, Jenny Brockie asks: Why are so many people putting weight back on, and is keeping it off actually in our control?
After a devastating fire season decimated Australia’s koala population, a small community in NSW is galvanised to stop the building of a Korean-owned coal mine in what they say is a koala habitat. Plus, Marc Fennell meets a man whose life has been turned around after finding a painted rock. It's the Rock Drop craze sweeping Australia.
As the number of coronavirus cases grows, health workers and GPs at the front line are feeling the pressure. Plus the question whether to close schools in Australia is dividing medical experts, politicians and parents.
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