Stories include, 'Turnbull attacks Abbott's alternative ETS', 'Are big banks abusing their market power?', 'An audience with Martin Scorsese'.
For the first time the funny 'bad guy' of television and radio, Red Symons and his wife, Elly, speak about their heart-breaking and inspiring journey with their son, Samuel, on Australian Story. I
It's a telling statistic that seven out of ten Australians die what might be called an "expected death". In many cases doctors can tell patients roughly how long they have to live. In reality, only a few take advantage of those warnings. Instead they prefer to believe that somehow modern medicine will save them. Now a small group of doctors and nurses are warning that our obsession with curing illness is leaving patients poorly cared for and unprepared for death.
Q&A kicks into 2010 with Prime Minister Kevin Rudd joining host Tony Jones and over 200 young Australians for a live (AEDT) broadcast from Old Parliament House (the new Museum of Australian Democracy).
Stories include, 'Rudd misled about fair work laws', 'Jitters as Greece faces default threat', 'Accused Darwin firebomber faces court', 'MPs spar over opposing climate policies', 'Warne wanted to sell Victoria to Indians', 'Missionaries face jail over Haiti kidnapping', 'Prius investigated for faulty brakes'.
Stories include, 'Climate wars rage on in Canberra', 'IPCC scientists on the defensive as sceptics step up assault', 'Black Saturday one year on'.
Stories include, 'Rudd seeks to discredit Abbott's climate plan', 'iiNet not responsible for illegal downloads', 'Men at Work ripped off children's song', 'Penny Wong compares climate policies', 'Alleged Darwin bomber made threat'.
Stories include, 'Broadband plan runs into financial dilemma', 'Climate wars- Lord Monckton visits Australia', 'Edinburgh Military Tattoo down under'.
Stories include, 'Man bombs Darwin insurance company', 'General sacked over troubled fighter planes', 'Government unleashes on Abbott's climate plan', 'Bob Brown compares climate policies', 'Racist attack was allegedly faked', 'Victoria remembers fires one year on', 'Pulp mill protesters plead not guilty', 'Rain fills Toorale Station dams'.
Stories include, 'Fiery debate over rival climate policies', 'Interest rates kept on hold', 'Mixed response to Abbott's climate approach', 'Terry Pratchett calls for legalised euthanasia', 'Barnaby Joyce discusses new climate policy', 'Israeli officers reprimanded over white phosphorous', 'Foreign students face uncertain future'.
Stories include, 'Tony Abbott joins The 7.30 Report', 'Virtual office becomes a reality', 'Abbott unveils new Coaltion climate change policy'.
Stories include, 'Paris treasures draw bumper crowds', 'Swan on Australia's grey future', 'The future is grey', 'Hand up not a hand out'.
Panellists include Graham Richardson, legendary Labor identity, Joe Hockey, Shadow Treasurer, Maxine McKew, Member for Bennelong, David Marr, journalist and commentator and Kerry Chikarovski, former State Liberal leader.
HUGO WEAVING RETURNS WITH NEW BLOCKBUSTER Interview with Hugo Weaving, who is currently promoting his latest blockbuster -a remake of the 1941 horror classic, "The Wolfman". SUSTAINABLE LIVING A MUST FOR THE FUTURE Australia's population is set to grow by 60 percent to 35 million by 2050. The 7.30 Report's population debate series looks at how the world's driest populated continent would cope with those numbers. TRAGIC DEATH HIGHLIGHTS MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS Australian of the Year Professor Patrick McGorry has put mental health issues back in the spotlight.
THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF THE POPULATION BOOM Looks at the impact of the population boom on Australia's social cohesion as our cultural mix changes. RUDD ON A BIG AUSTRALIA Prime Minister Kevin Rudd speaks with Kerry O'Brien live.
REGIONAL AUSTRALIA'S CHALLENGES For many regional communities in Australia, challenges such as limited work opportunities see many of the population relocate to urban centres. WILD WEATHER CONTINUES The Queensland town of Chinchilla is preparing for the worst flooding in half a century. PEDAL POWER Australian backpacker Michael Linke began shipping unwanted bikes to Africa. His project has proved so successful that he has opened a string of bike shops in Namibia, TOURS WITH A DIFFERENCE An organisation in Melbourne is offering tours with a difference, showcasing city squats and shelters in an effort to help the homeless.
THE POPULATION DEBATE Explores the treasury forecasts, which suggest Australia could face a population explosion of 60 per cent or more over the next four decades. HIGH RISE LIVING THE WAY OF THE FUTURE Over the next few decades, more and more Australians will find themselves living in medium or high-density clusters, as rapid population growth impacts on the nation's major growth centres. LAKE CARGELLIGO RUNS DRY After years of drought, Lake Cargelligo has run dry, for the first time in more than a century. TIM ROBBINS JOINS THE 7.30 REPORT Interview with Actor, director and musician Tim Robbins. He is in Australia to perform at the Sydney Festival as part of a one-off concert called Rogue's Gallery.
WHALING WAR A sea shepherd conservation crew has clashed with a Japanese whaling fleet in the Great Southern Ocean. STOP AND SEARCH POWERS PUT ON SHOW The Victorian Government has introduced new stop and search powers in response to the fatal stabbing of Indian national, Nitin Garg. ARMANDO IANNUCCI JOINS CHRIS UHLMANN Writer and creator of the BBC cult political hit 'The Thick of It' Armando Iannucci discusses media spin doctors and his new film 'In the Loop.' FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORY TO NEW YORK Commonwealth champion marathon runner Robert de Castella has made it his mission to develop a culture of long distance running amongst Aboriginal Australians.
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