In a country where sexual assault is considered a taboo subject, one woman shocked Japan by going public with allegations she was raped by a well-known TV journalist.
Childcare becomes an election battleground. Laura Tingle reports on the Coalition's campaign launch. Plus we look at the education policies of both major parties.
It's almost three years since Four Corners exposed shocking revelations of mistreatment in the Northern Territory's Don Dale youth detention centre in Australia's Shame, sparking a royal commission. Now the program reveals a new child detention crisis in another part of Australia, Queensland, where children as young as 10 have been held alongside adult criminals in maximum security facilities. With exclusive access, Four Corners goes behind the locked cell doors to reveal how young people, most of whom have not yet been convicted of a crime, are being held, sometimes for weeks at a time.
With less than a week before Australia decides who will govern for the next three years, the public question Liberal campaign spokesman Simon Birmingham, deputy Labor leader Tanya Plibersek, and Greens leader Richard Di Natale.
Remembering Christopher, the beautiful young man who happily went to work one day but didn't come home; how the most spectacular islands in the world are drowning; and the price of a bigger pay packet, could it be bad news for Aussie workers?
Sunday Night looks at the story of Abigail Prangs, a woman who was dumped as a baby on the outskirts of Zimbabwe, and now seeks to find out who left her.
With less than a week before the election, know the politics and the issues from the campaign trail as Barrie Cassidy and a panel of expert commentators look at the latest developments as we count down towards May 18.
The Lake Eyre Basin is flooding in spectacular fashion; Leigh Sales interviews Australian cricket coach Justin Langer; Plus, there was a rare human moment on the election campaign trail this week when opposition leader Bill Shorten responded to newspaper accounts of his mother's life with an emotional tribute to the sacrifices she made to raise him. Beyond politics, the moment sparked an outpouring on social media from Australians who wanted to share stories about their own mothers. Meanwhile, satirist Mark Humphries discusses the Daily Telegraph’s story about Bill Shorten’s mother.
With exclusive access to Sammy J's Government Coach as he prepares for the biggest match of his career, Countdown to Glory will replace The Killing Season as the definitive Australian political documentary for a generation.
Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources David Littleproud and Labor Shadow Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Joel Fitzgibbon in the agriculture leaders' election debate.
The re-emergence of Clive Palmer as a political force could pose a problem for One Nation; the fight for the seat of Gilmore one of the most confusing in the country; Leigh Sales interviews Greens leader Richard Di Natale.
This program investigates the illegal wildlife trade in Sulawesi and how it's wiping out rare and endemic species. Once dubbed the Galapagos of Asia, can it be saved before it's too late?
Jenny Brockie takes a look at what young people who have attempted or contemplated suicide are thinking and feeling at that time.
Leigh Sales interviews Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Plus, Laura Tingle discusses a group of independent candidates about to release a campaign video and analyses Labor's election campaign launch.
Across Australia the university business is booming. Higher education institutions that only a few years ago were cash strapped are now flush with billions of dollars brought in from fee paying international students. But there are growing concerns about the consequences of the overseas student boom. Four Corners investigates how Australia's higher education system is being undermined by a growing reliance on foreign fee-paying students.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is grilled on taxes, funding promises, young people, the impact of negative gearing, Newstart allowance (the dole), franking credits, aged care, climate action, Adani, the Medicare gap, the gig economy and leadership failures.
Liz Hayes investigates the disaster of Boeing's 737 Max jetliner. Why two supposedly state-of-the-art and safe planes crashed killing 346 people, why pilots now fear flying the 737 Max, and whether Boeing could have averted the catastrophes.
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