Murder in Paradise A few kilometres up the road from Cairns in Far North Queensland is Wangetti Beach. It's a spectacular stretch of sea and sand, perfect for the tourist brochures. But Wangetti Beach is now better known for evil because it's the place where Toyah Cordingley was brutally murdered. It was broad daylight and the vivacious 24-year-old woman was doing nothing more than enjoying the sun and taking her dog for a walk when she was attacked. As Liz Hayes reports, two and a half years on Toyah's family remain haunted by her death, and increasingly distressed that while police have a suspect they want to question, he remains out of their reach. Minds Matter No-one questions the commitment of elite footballers when they're battling it out on the field. They're not only willing to put their bodies through hell for victory, it's expected of them. Sometimes the hits are so hard the players are knocked senseless, suffering concussion. But where it used to be considered a badge of honour to get up and play on after being concussed, now brain trauma is being recognised for what it really is: a massive headache for the participants and administrators in all contact sports. And it has led to some of our greatest former athletes once again showing what heroes they really were.
In a small village in the UK, a community has turned its back on the modern world to live a life free of money, crime and homelessness. But one young resident is questioning her future.
Landline celebrates 30 years. This special anniversary episode looks at the stories and people that have taken the show from its origins in 1991 to now.
David Speers interviews shadow home affairs minister Kristina Keneally. Mike Bowers talks pictures with the Australian columnist Jack the Insider. On the panel are Triple J Hack's Shalailah Medhora, the Age and Sydney Morning Herald's Peter Hartcher and Samantha Maiden from News.com.au to discuss the federal government's response to the Women's March 4 Justice, Christian Porter commencing defamation proceedings against the ABC, and encouraging jobs figures.
Australian students, parents, experts and educators come together for a frank look at consent, how men can help change the power imbalance, and what needs to be done to combat the cultures of violence and silence. Panellists: Yumi Stynes, broadcaster and author, Welcome to Consent; Briony Scott, principal, Wenona School; Michael Salter, associate professor of criminology, UNSW; Yasmin Poole, 2021 Youth Influencer of the Year; and Joe Williams, mental health advocate and former NRL player.
In this episode of 7.30, the team reports on the state of the global cruise ship industry a year after the Ruby Princess docked at Sydney Harbour; the future of the Whyalla Steelworks amid financier Greensill Capital's collapse; and Leigh Sales interviews Tina Arena.
Robert 'The Reaper' Whittaker is Australia's first UFC world champion. The MMA superstar speaks to Kurt Fearnley about growing up poor, becoming a warrior, and getting through tough times.
Australia's leading nightly public affairs program, bringing you more exclusive investigations and real-life stories of extraordinary Australians. Plus, a unique perspective on the issues of the day. Presented by Leigh Sales.
Dr Cathy Foley delivers her first major address as Australia's chief scientist, outlining a path for Australian science in a world rattled by the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic and digital disruption.
Join Rachael Hocking and John Paul Janke for a cutting analysis of the week in Indigenous affairs and a unique perspective on the latest domestic and international news.
One winter's night in 1979, squeals of delight turned to screams of terror as the Ghost Train at Sydney's iconic Luna Park erupted in flames. Inside the ride, six young children and one adult perished. What happened?
In Kumi Taguchi's first episode as host, we ask the question: What's it like to get to your fifties and find out you've got ADHD? A range of adults from their twenties to fifties share what it was like to get that diagnosis, how things about their past fell into place and how they used the diagnosis to change their lives for the better. They are joined by family who share the impact on them.
This is a story no parent can afford to miss. During global coronavirus COVID-19 lockdowns, police reported a huge increase in the number of people viewing and sharing child sexual abuse images online. In the 1990s, there were 10,000 such images - now there are more than 47 million. Evan Williams reports from the UK where the government has pledged to become the safest place in the world for kids to use the internet. He meets the police officers, counsellors and investigators trying to stop the proliferation of abuse material, and he meets victims and perpetrators who bravely share their stories.
We take a deep dive into the murky world of social media influencers. In a wild experiment, journalist Calliste Weitenberg and producer Elise Potaka build a fake influencer persona to see if they can cash in on what's now a $15 billion industry. Documenting the process over six months, the series examines the rise of a new frontier in advertising, where influencers are paid or given contra to spruik products. Everyone is out to make a buck, but at what cost?
Australia will share some of its coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine supply with Papua New Guinea as the country struggles to contain a looming health catastrophe. Health workers in the US are bracing for a possible fourth wave of infections.
New Zealand's clean, green image hides a dirty truth. Polluted by intensive dairy farming, its waterways are some of the most degraded in the world. Will the Jacinda Ardern government clean it up or will the Maori take control?
The world was told coronavirus COVID-19 leaped from animals to humans at a market in China, but many scientists now fear it leaked from a lab. Experts reveal the new research techniques that put us all at risk.
Nine's A Current Affair busted using footage from YouTube without crediting the copyright owners. British tabloids labelled 'bigoted' by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as global media react to their 'bombshell' interview with Oprah Winfrey. 2SM's John Laws breaches media code after telling a listener to kill themselves. A push for Queensland to adopt shield laws to better protect journalists after a local TV reporter refuses to reveal his source. Attorney-General Christian Porter begins defamation action against the ABC and reporter Louise Milligan over her story about a historic rape allegation.
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