Stories include, 'Swan defends mining tax ads', 'Support for Greens at record high', 'Growing condemnation of Flotilla violence'.
Not so long ago it was thought worry and stress triggered the chronic pain of stomach ulcers. So how would yesterday's doctors have reacted to scores of peaceful, meditating Tibetan monks rolling up to the surgery complaining of crippling pain. Thankfully, new medical science has sorted it all out. Oh and a dedicated team of Australian helpers.
This week an alleged people smuggler speaks exclusively to Insight about why he thinks more boats are arriving. And his comments are explosive. He says that if Australia wants to stop the boats, they shouldn't accept any more people.
Stories include, 'Israel uses raid video as defence', 'Palestinian activists slam Israeli action', 'Rudd warns mining tax not imminent', 'KPMG predicts investment fallout over tax', 'Hockey denies mining sell-out claims', 'US immigration shake-up splits Arizona'.
On Jan. 12, 2010, one of the most devastating earthquakes in recorded history levelled the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince. Those responsible for handling the catastrophe, including the Haitian government and the United Nations, were among the victims. In this Cutting Edge Special, Frontline correspondent Martin Smith bears witness to the scale of the disaster and takes viewers on a searing and intimate journey into the camps, hospitals and broken neighbourhoods of Port-au-Prince.
Part Two of The Blue Beret explores the ongoing battle Matina Jewell faced at home in Australia once it became clear her days as a career soldier were over.
Stories include, 'Rudd grilled over mining advertisements', 'Israel faces criticism over fatal raid on Gaza aid ship', 'Matildas waltz off with Asian cup', 'Professor Niall Ferguson joins 7.30 Report'.
Stories include, 'Death toll rises after ship raid', 'Israeli government defends raids', 'Greens vote soars after mining debacle', 'Nuclear operators confirm safety fears', 'Risky capping planned for oil leak', 'Marine expert warns spill will affect wildlife', 'Fears rise over Fiji's democracy'.
The story of three young girls living in modern day South Africa. Each of them has been raped, each lives in fear. Meanwhile, the authorities do little to protect them or punish their attackers. South Africa has the highest incidence of rape in the world, and almost half the victims are children. On average, a child is raped every three minutes and yet there is apparently no concerted effort to stop this epidemic.
Panellists include Clare Bowditch - Australian musician, Mitchell Grady - law student, Miriam Lyons - Director of the Centre for Policy Development, Maxine McKew - member for Bennelong and Cory Bernardi - Liberal Senator.
The story, 'The hidden kingdom', travels to the ancient and mysterious kingdom of Mustang, where the original Tibetan culture still exists. The story, 'Questionable behaviour', investigates ADHD and whether children are over prescribed and over medicated. The story, 'The Innocence Project', details the new DNA technology that can prove innocence after a wrongful conviction. The Innocence Project has helped free innocent people.
The story, 'After the crash', introduces Tegan Lloyd, a teenage car crash survivor who is now a paraplegic. The story, 'Going to pot', details how it is legal in California for any adult with the appropriate medical certificate to buy marijuana. The story, 'Talking to the elephants', tells how one scientist has been recording every sound, every roar and grumble, forest elephants make, trying to interpret their language.
New Zealand's deadliest volcano; how cancer cells avoid death; applying intelligence to the design of new life forms; and saving the Gouldian Finch from the bully next door.
Stories include, 'Abbott pledges to turn boats back', 'Crime crackdown ahead of World Cup', 'Quest for justice', 'Fun and games with Clarke and Dawe'.
Stories include, 'Abbott's asylum shake-up draws scorn', 'Henry refutes mining glory', 'BP's oil plug going to plan', 'Gunns chief quits', 'Spain joins austerity countries', 'Black Saturday inquiry closes in on chiefs', 'Unique Ukrainian priests escape scandal', 'Facebook backs down over privacy settings', 'Economic expert Sir Howard's european perspective'.
Stories include, 'Abattoir collapse leaves town devastated', 'Political minefield', 'Fraser quits Liberal Party'.
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