Stories include, 'Rudd issues health reform ultimatum', 'Mine workers rescue hailed a miracle', 'Baghdad suicide blasts kills 40', 'Pakistan rocked by bomb attacks', 'Jury out on electric car revolution', 'Iraqis angered by tremendous terror attacks', 'Reef at risk from stranded coal ship', 'China calls for iron ore boycott'.
The harrowing story of the therapist whose work led some patients to believe they'd committed or been the victim of shocking sexual crimes. One patient shocked her family with the accusations, one told the police, while yet another was driven to madness.
Tony Abbott joins host Tony Jones, his first appearance on the show since becoming Leader of the Opposition.
The story, 'Return to Eden', details the work of Scott Pelley, a tree-hugging engineer bringing the desert marshes back to life near Iraq's two mighty rivers. The story, 'The baby makers', explains Jill Hawkins and Carole Horlock's decision to become surrogate mothers. The story, 'The last muster', looks at the plan to control brumby numbers.
An exclusive fly-on-the-wall look at America's counter-insurgency tactics in Afghanistan. Lt. Col. Robert Campbell has worked hard to win the trust of local warlords and the respect of his troops. What will happen to his legacy now that his time in Afghanistan has ended?
Making life from skin cells; New Zealand glaciers on the increase; a new cure for chronic inflammatory diseases; and what lurks deep beneath the waters of Ningaloo Marine Park.
MAKING LIFEBecause embryos are potential human beings, embryonic stem cell research stirs furious ethical debate. But in wha
Evidence from many sources shows the average global climate is warming. Glaciers are a good indicator of climate change, general
PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS RISE The bad news for the 45 per cent of Australians with private health insurance cover is insurance premiums have risen by an average of just over six per cent. LIBERAL GOVERNMENT LIKELY IN TASMANIA It appears Tasmania's cliff-hanger election has delivered a minority Liberal government. JAMES TAYLOR REFLECTS ON HIS CAREER Legendary singer songwriter James Taylor speaks about his life and career. He is currently touring Australia with Carole King.
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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'.
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