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'.
It's thought a single, fluffy pillow killed a Hamas operative in Dubai. But it took 27 secret agents with pilfered passports and a bag of disguises to administer it. We investigate the incredible case of overkill and over-exposure that's astonished even the most hard-boiled of spies.
Stories include, 'Liberals confident as South Australia heads to the polls', 'Queensland flood waters move south', 'Returning to Haiti', 'Antarctica veteran calls it a day'.
Stories include, 'Palestinians evicted, settlers move in to east Jerusalem', 'Red shirt protests gather bloody pace', 'Liberals, Labor pass youth allowance bill', 'Obama delays Australia trip again', 'McEwan joins Lateline', 'Investigation called into diabetic prisoner's collapse', 'Musicians fight Guantanamo Bay's Torture Lite'.
We hear from young people who've grown up in not your usual types of Australian families, to see how they're turning out. While the nuclear family is still seen as the norm in Australia, population statistics show that's changing, and "couple families with children" are no longer the majority household in Australia. Thousands of kids are growing up without both their biological mum and dad around.
Stories include, 'Rudd promises more doctors', 'Australia gears for another resources boom', 'China's economic future', 'Volunteers needed to conduct bat survey'.
From Perth policeman to a life of high fashion and celebrity in New York, Russell James is one of the world's most influential fashion photographers. His work graces the covers of Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Sports Illustrated and he counts amongst his friends designer Donna Karan, entrepreneur Richard Branson and former Australian of the Year Professor Fiona Stanley. But despite fame and the lure of celebrity, Russell James was struggling in his personal life. After a period of anguish and self-reflection, he returned to Australia to work on an art collaboration with Aboriginal artist Clifton Bienudurry.
A revealing profile of the man who wants to be the next Prime Minister of Australia. He likes to ride his bike, he's not frightened to bare his body for the cameras, but what is Tony Abbott really like? And what sort of national leader would he make? Reporter Liz Jackson talks to the people who knew him at school, at university and key Liberal powerbrokers who championed him in his rise to power.
Stories include, 'Rudd pledges doctor training funding boost', 'CSIRO backs global warming science', 'Sheikh appeals deportation order', 'Democrats abandoning Obama: historian', 'Combat training with the US Marines'.
Panellists include Miranda Devine, conservative columnist, Waleed Aly, politics lecturer, Catherine Deveny, comedian and writer, Bill Shorten, Parliamentary Secretary for Disabilities and Children’s Services and Peter Dutton, Shadow Minister for Health.
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