Stories include, 'Rudd injects $400 million into diabetic care', 'Liberals poised to form minority government', 'UK set to outlaw dangerous new drug', 'Hockey tight-lipped on economic, health plans', 'Trio avoid jail over Tamil Tigers funding', 'Bomb blasts kill 12 in Russian town', 'Serbia condemns Srebrenica massacre', 'East Timor police set to take control'.
Stories include, 'Designer dog demand fuels cruel trade', 'Abbott lays out economic credentials', 'Life in the trenches - The Anzac book re-released'.
When it comes to stem cells, mainstream scientists in the UK and America tell us their potential is both exciting and unlimited. But, they hasten to add, treatments for most illnesses are still years away and more research needs to happen.
Stories include, 'China seeing red over Hu case criticism', 'Engine problems force Qantas turnaround', 'Abbott extends olive branch over health overhaul', 'Rudd, states continue hospital reform talks', 'Landmark decision overturns gene patents', 'Moscow mourns metro bombing victims', 'Australia pressured to expand Uruzgan troops'.
Will the federal government's health reform work in fixing the problems on the ground? Nurses, patients and doctors on the inside talk about their experiences on the frontline of public hospitals.
Stories include, 'Asylum seekers set to be key election issue', 'Stern Hu faces 10 year jail sentence', 'Thoroughbred versus black gold'.
Graham Stafford served almost fifteen years in jail for murdering a 12 year old girl - a crime he has always claimed he did not commit. Instead of quietly merging back into society upon his release four years ago, he has continued to argue his innocence and seek redress from the legal system that incarcerated him.
Stories include, 'Scores killed in Moscow bombings', 'No doubt Chechens behind Moscow attacks', 'Stern Hu receives 10-year sentence', 'Rudd under fire over record boat arrivals', 'Election announcement looms over UK', 'UK voters alienated by politicians', 'Obama makes surprise Afghan tour', 'Australian troops injured in violent upsurge'.
If you've travelled in Europe you will know the dangers of the Roma, or Gypsy, children who stake out the major tourist centres and swarm around visitors aiming to stealing their money, credit cards and other valuables. Now Producer Liviu Tipurita, using hidden cameras and some remarkable detective skills, shows how these children operate. Far from acting alone he reveals how many of them are involved in a system of organised crime that stretches right across the continent, a system the police say they cannot stop.
Panellists include Nick McKim - Leader of the Tasmanian Greens, Graham Richardson - legendary Labor identity, Sue Cato - commentator, Craig Emerson - Minister for Small Business and Kelly O'Dwyer - Member for Higgins.
The story, 'Beyonce', features an interview with singer, dancer and actress Beyonce Knowles about her career and life. The story, 'The big bang', deals with the First World War when Australian gold and coal miners dug their way beneath the German trenches. The story, 'The great flood', details how the decade-long drought may have finally broken, although it's taken a once in a hundred year flood to do it.
Thailand's king, the world's longest-serving living monarch, has been a stabilising force through years of bloodshed and division. But are strict laws banning any criticism of the royal family helping or hindering Thailand to decide its political future?
Peter Taylor investigates what Britain is doing to counter the threat of violent extremism. In 2010, 140 million pounds will be spent to win the battle for the hearts and minds of young Muslims, but the policy risks alienating many in Britain's Muslim communities.
Stories include, 'No reprieve for Joyce after demotion', 'Republicans firm over healthcare backlash', 'Catholic Church rocked by more abuse allegations', 'The week in politics', 'Stephen Long joins Lateline', 'Ned Kelly painting fetches record price', 'Minchin portrait takes out Archibald'.
Can and should we engineer our climate?; the stackable concept car of the future; how waves feed Western Australian reefs; and catching criminals with forensic science.
Stories include, 'Abbott reshuffles cabinet', 'California screaming - rising debt mires the state', 'Community pay tribute to priest', 'Clarke and Dawe have a healthy debate'.
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