Four Corners looks at events surrounding the arrest of mining executive Stern Hu and the tensions now involved in doing business with China.
Panellists include Scott Morrison - Shadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Bob Carr - Former NSW Premier, Heather Ridout - prominent business woman, Simon Sheikh - National Director of online group GetUp and Shimrit Nothman - Israeli Australian communications consultant.
Evan Williams enters the tense world of JuD, a Pakistani charity organisation that many believe is just a front for terrorist group Lashka-e-Toiba,
The story, 'After the gold rush', examines the "poach a coach" campaign launched by the British on Australian Olympic coaches. The story, 'Queen of the cross', features an interview with Kim Hollingsworth, who started out as a Kings Cross prostitute before fulfilling a lifelong ambition to become a police officer. The story, 'The last hurrah', details Powderfinger's decision to quit the music industry.
The story, 'Sink or swim', features an interview with Australian swimmer Jeff Huegill. He provides an open account of his life after he retired at 25. The story, 'Australia's secret history', investigates claims that Australia's first settlers weren't British but Dutch. The story, 'Babies online', details the issue of donor conception. The story, 'Revolution or rort', follows up on last week's story on the Government's $16 billion education revolution.
Stories include, 'Airport meltdown after Iceland volcano eruption', 'Health take-over faces new difficulty', 'Premier invites Greens leader to Cabinet', 'Nixon met biographer on Black Saturday', 'Christmas Island detention centre above capacity', 'Debate on federal health takeover', 'UK holds first televised election debate', 'Investigation into mentally ill man's death', 'Stephen Long discusses executive pay rules'.
Hard knocks giving footballers far more than a mere concussion; fighting inflammation with a high fibre diet; the doctor who saved baby Z; and alpine grasshoppers that get the blues when it's hot.
Stories include, 'Rudd frustrated by Brumby's health rejection', 'Roxon defends hospitals reform process', 'Federal Government must support mental health: Hickie', 'Crammed Christmas Island affecting locals', 'Bad weather hampers quake rescue', 'Obama urges carbon price setting', 'Icelandic volcano halts European flights', 'Property-plummet professor climbs Kosciuszko'.
Stories include, 'Nixon denies misleading bushfire commission', 'Ship's crew charged over reef grounding', 'Brumby lashes out over health overhaul', 'NSW considering Rudd's health shake-up', 'Hundreds killed in China quake', 'World leaders back Obama's nuke plan', 'China could put brakes on electric car production'.
Stories include, 'Obama's nuclear summit', 'Beazley response to nukes summit', 'Internet filter policy under fire'.
In a television first Eric Campbell investigates the nature of Thailand's monarchy and its succession. As a result of the report Eric will not be able to ever return to Thailand due to the extreme likelihood of his arrest.
Stories include, 'Union boss versus PM', 'Medical trials in the spotlight', 'University of Queensland's murky past', 'Snake man calls it a day'.
Stories include, 'Rudd holding states to ransom on health: Brumby', 'Oil washes up on beach near damaged reef', 'Tories unveil election manifesto', 'Nuclear weapons threaten global security: Obama', 'Nuclear terrorism a real threat', 'Patent battle brewing over plant genes'.
Do women really want to break the glass ceiling? The Government says it's determined to close the gender wage gap and increase women's participation in the workplace. But will the Government's plans to provide equality and make the workplace more family-friendly shatter or strengthen the glass ceiling? And do women want it all anyway?
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