Stories include, 'The battle over the budget', 'Tense standoff over mining tax', 'Angry Rudd defends ETS backflip'.
Stories include, 'Rio Tinto takes aim at mining tax', 'Class action launched over bank fees', 'Captain Dragan nabbed after police manhunt', 'Labour's political dynasty ends', 'Clegg, Cameron unite to lead UK', 'Boy survives fatal Libya plane crash', 'BP deflects blame for oil spill disaster', 'Children murdered in kindergarten attack', 'Chinese councils experiment with democracy'.
Anxiety, what exactly is it and can it be cured? A panic attack can involve a rapid heart rate, nausea, tingling, sweats and a sense that "you're going crazy" or "losing control". It can happen at any time and affect almost anyone. Anxiety attacks and disorders are the most common reason people in Australia get counselling. It hits over 10 percent of the population at any given time, and it's estimated that one in four people will experience it over a lifetime.
How anxiety exists
Ali Moore will provide full analysis of the Federal Budget and its impact on the economy, as well as its implications for business large and small.
Stories include, 'Hockey threatens to bypass Senate', 'Senate removes relaxed rules for foreigners', 'High Court challenge to holding asylum seekers', 'Israel tells Gazans to leave', 'E-cigarettes may not be safe', 'Palmer happy to cause maximun disruption to Government', 'Bruck Textiles under investigation' and 'Ethics classes at kindergartens'.
Millions of litres of oil are flowing into the Gulf of Mexico since a BP oil rig exploded and sank.... The pollution is threatening wildlife and the pristine shores of several American States. BTN looks at off shore oil drilling works... and how this accident happened.
Stories include, 'PM approval down on the eve of the budget', 'UK in limbo', 'Woman holds key to 20-year-old murder case', 'The 21-year-old champion of disabled rights'.
Stories include, 'Rudd accepts blame for backflips, poll performance', 'EU agrees on massive Greek rescue package', 'British politics remain in limbo', 'Burke corruption charges thrown out of court', 'One dead, four missing in fishing tragedy', 'Police probe reported asylum seeker drownings', 'Germany battles nuclear waste dilemma', 'Delicate Middle East peace talks resume', 'Violence as Philippines goes to the polls'.
Quentin McDermott looks at the potential impact of the Government's mandatory filtering system. A story that reveals how an apparently well meaning attempt by government to protect children from video nasties on the net turned into a policy that critics say promotes censorship and reduces personal freedom.
Panellists include Brendan O'Connor - Minister for Home Affairs, Sophie Mirabella - Shadow Minister for innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Kaiser Kuo - Beijing-based columnist, Brett Solomon - Executive Director of Accessnow.org and Helen Razer - opinion and arts writer.
Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister recently agreed to the country's biggest ever business deal - a $16 billion plan to extract and export gas. But landowners and residents living near the proposed gas plant and pipeline are literally up in arms over fears they'll lose some of their land and see few of the benefits. Nick Lazaredes meets Albania's oldest 'sworn virgin' - a celibate woman forced to act as a man while her male relatives hide from a blood feud. Plus an interview with Sabria Jawhar on France's controversial banning of the burqa.
The story, 'Goodwill hunting', explains green hunting in Africa. The story, 'Guinea pigs', examines how guinea pigs could hold the cure for type one diabetes. The story, 'The lost children', details Vietnam war orphans who were part of operation Babylift. The story, 'Babies online', follows up on the donor conception story.
The story, 'Return of the Wog Boys', features an interview with Nick Giannopolous and Vince Colosimo on their new film 'The Kings of Mykonos: Wog Boy 2'. The story, 'Taking the plunge', details what's been happening at Haridwar in Northern India. Millions of people have descended on the city to cleanse their souls. The story, 'The Virus Hunters', investigates ground zero in Africa, where frontline scientists are scouring the jungles tracking down the next big killer.
Nigel Brennan's family speak exclusively to Australian Story on their ordeal since Nigel's kidnap and how they were forced to negotiate with hostage takers to secure his release.
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