Stories include, 'UN labels Indigenous intervention racist', 'Terrorism accused denied bail in Melbourne', 'Shared care system under family law spotlight', 'Origins to Eureka: beyond the culture wars controversy', 'Crime writer Dominick Dunne dead at 83'.
The shocking story of the Malu Sara, an immigration vessel that sank in the Torres Strait killing five people. Reporter Debbie Whitmont investigates the sinking and asks why an experienced patrol officer was told to put to sea in gale force winds, in a boat not built to deal with the conditions.
Stories include, 'Road to redemption', 'The fall of Roy', and 'The life and death of Michael Jackson'.
The Tasmanian Devil is afflicted by a unique type of contagious cancer that's never been seen in nature before. In just ten years, the Devil Facial Tumour Disease has spread to more than 60 percent of Tasmania and wiped out three-quarters of the Devil population. The Devil is Tasmania's top predator and the largest carnivorous marsupial left on the planet. It rears its young in a pouch that faces backwards, climbs trees, and can eat nearly half its body weight in less than an hour. But the futur
Just how close are doctors and drug companies? Doctors and specialists get a lot of gifts from drug companies. These range from pens and coffee mugs, to stethoscopes through to free trips to international conferences. Just last year, drug companies in Australia spent more than $62 million on educational events for doctors, and half of that amount was spent on hospitality such as meals. Do these handouts buy influence?
What's behind the recent increase in asylum seekers? More people are arriving in Australia by boat seeking asylum. 19 boats carrying asylum seekers have arrived in Australia since the Rudd Government abolished the previous government's Temporary Protection Visas and Pacific Solution scheme. What's behind the recent increase? The Opposition says the Government's gone soft. But the Government says its policies are firm and international conflicts are to blame.
Stories include, 'Brave heart', 'Goodbye paradise', and 'Mr Nice Guy'.
David O'Shea travels to the hills outside Jakarta, where asylum seekers wait for people smugglers to transport them to the coast - en route to Australian waters. Dateline takes you inside Jaffna's public library, a building with a tortured history that echoes Sri Lanka's long civil conflict and George Negus interviews Annie Lennox.
Stories include, 'Pakistan, Afghanistan recommit to fight against Taliban', 'Dymocks' CEO joins author to debate book imports', 'Debate rages over book import restrictions', 'School expels girls over cyber bullying', 'Matthew Johns in group sex scandal', 'Unemployment fell in April'.
Insight returns to SBS Television. First up, Insight examines 'Confidence' - what it means, and how it affects jobs and the economy.
The story, 'Doomed', questions air safety after the Pel-Air disaster. The story, 'Oh, Mr Darcy!', features an interview with actor Colin Firth about his career and life. The story, 'The contender', details Opposition Leader Tony Abbott's life away from politics.
The focus of ANZAC commemorations overseas was in France not Gallipoli this year, as it is the 90th anniversary of the battle of Villers-Bretonneux. More than 1,000 Australian soldiers died retaking the village in bloody hand-to-hand fighting.
Six years after the fall of the Taliban, how has life changed for the women of Afghanistan? The night before Al Qaeda attacked the United States, Channel 4 broadcast the program Beneath the Veil graphically illustrating the brutality of the Taliban regime. Six years on, Channel 4 has returned to Afghanistan to see what has changed since the fundamentalist regime was toppled.
We now have a test for what it means to be truly Australian. The citizenship test was passed in the Senate last week. The Federal Government is biting the bullet by insisting that incoming migrants will have to abandon those values that don't fit with mainstream Australia. Hence, the need to pass the citizenship test before being granted entry. Insight brings together different generations of migrant families, husbands and wives, parents and children who talk very frankly about what it means when cultures collide within families and within the broader Australian community.
This clip is about the struggle of migrant families have struggled with what it means to be Australian and balancing this with n
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