Stories include, 'Ministers hit the ground running', 'Holsworthy barracks terror trial begins', 'Shooting death may be payback', 'Indigenous Health portfolio reinstated', 'Overseas students still face exploitation', 'Land Council fights back against land grab', 'Turkey moves towards European standards'.
The story, 'Sunday Night's Olympic special', celebrates 10 years since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The stars of the 2000 games share what they are doing now.
Some Americans believe the end of the world is imminent, and are preparing accordingly. David Brill meets those who are serious about living in former NATO bunkers, stockpiling food and other supplies and getting ready to flee on motorbikes, should the need arise. Dateline goes underground into the tunnels beneath the Gaza-Egypt border to follow workers making a living smuggling goods into the Palestinian enclave. Plus, the poor of Cambodia are literally being flooded out of their homes so high-rise developments can be built for the rich.
The story, 'Amy's story', investigates anorexia and how a family is coping after their daughter Amy was diagnosed six and a half years ago. The story, 'Ozzy comes clean', features an interview with rocker Ozzy Osbourne about his music career and family life. The story, 'Entombed', tells how 33 copper miners have been entombed hundreds of metres underground in Chile. Rescue efforts are underway to get the men out.
In Pilbara Petals, a nursery is sowing the seeds of opportunity. Boots 'n' All - Indigenous men gaining military and life skills and in Galiamble - how some indigenous men are being liberated from addiction.
Stories include, 'Ministerial offer attractive: Oakeshott', 'The tobacco files', 'Pastor suspends Koran burning', 'Fireball rips through San Francisco suburb', 'Tingle and Megalogenis review the week', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Gunns concedes defeat on logging native forests'.
Stories include, 'Parties meet post-election', 'Price of gold', 'Accessible art', 'Clarke and Dawe talk politics'.
Stories include, 'Cogs whir back to life in Canberra', 'Pastor to burn Koran despite backlash fears', 'Anti-Islamic sentiment spreading across US', 'Lithuania feels impact of nuclear plant closure', 'Damaged Wangaratta levee threatens homes', 'Young policeman killed in drug raid', 'Building regulations under fire in quake aftermath', 'Beating the odds'.
Stories include, 'Special interview with Tony Blair', 'Glitch-free first day'.
Stories include, 'Independents face the music after leadership decision', 'Labor campaign panned by pioneering pollster', 'Labor Party to focus on stability: Conroy', 'Iran suspends woman's stoning death', 'BP releases report into oil spill disaster', 'Independents driven by power, not national interest: Pyne'.
The world demands answers and here they are, in the most revealing examination to date of the deadly mid-year melee on the Mediterranean. Come aboard the Mavi Marmara as it sails toward Gaza and meet the leaders of the flotilla aiming to bust Israel's blockade of the Palestinian strip. Come inside Israel's top secret naval commando units, hear first person accounts from both sides and witness what really unfolded that fateful, bloody night at sea.
Stories include, 'Labor wins government', 'Nation's first elected female Prime Minister', 'Katter and Windsor join the program'.
Stories include, 'Gillard to lead minority government', 'Windsor backs a Gillard government', 'Brown hails exciting new parliament', 'Barnaby Joyce on Lateline', 'Homes threatened by rising flood waters'.
Can one climate change scientist change the minds of a roomful of climate change sceptics? In late June Insight recorded this program with internationally renowned climate change scientist Stephen Schneider.
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