They say they wanted to blow the lid on Japan's super-sensitive whaling program. They were sure they'd found the red-hot evidence. But when they took their find to the authorities they were arrested and charged with crimes that could put them away for 10 years. What was in the box?
Stories include, 'Two Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan', 'Defence mourning after tremendous loss', 'Gillard ventures into mining territory', 'Europe embraces tough austerity measures', 'UK warned to brace for savage spending cuts', 'Stamp duty axed in NSW budget', 'Man arrested over leaked US defence video', 'White House journalist quits over Israel remarks'.
Is Soccer in Australia as healthy as it looks? 'The World Game' in Australia seems stronger than ever, but some of its biggest supporters say fundamental problems across the board mean the game is in danger of sabotaging its golden opportunity.
How has Osama Bin Laden, the world's most wanted man, evaded capture for a decade from the world's largest superpower and the biggest manhunt in history? How do we know he's actually still alive? Exploring the facts around Bin Laden's disappearance and the continuing threat of al-Qaeda, Osama Bin Laden - Dead or Alive looks at claims that the video messages of Bin Laden are being faked and that he is really dead.
Following the conclusion of the epic Dianne Brimble saga, the family speaks exclusively to Australian Story. In an Australian Story exclusive, the former partners of Dianne Brimble discuss their reaction to the dismissal in late April, of the manslaughter charge against Mark Wilhelm. Mark Brimble and David Mitchell speak candidly for the first time since the conclusion of the seven and a half year legal proceedings to determine the circumstances of Dianne's death.
The battle between the mining companies and the Federal Government over the new resource super profits tax. For more than five decades, Australians have argued over how to best take advantage of the country's abundant natural resources. Now, reporter Sarah Ferguson takes a close look at the bitter public battle currently being fought between the Federal Government and the country's powerful mining industry.
The story, 'Reckless', details the scandal involving the Bank of Queensland and Storm Financial. The story, 'The front line', details Australian Customs, and the Australian Defence Force efforts to intercept refugees. The story, 'Tracking a killer', looks at why more trekkers are dying on the Kokoda track.
The story, 'The Lost Battlefield', reveals the discovery of The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda. The story, 'Iceberg invasion', tours Macquarie Island and the massive icebergs that have appeared for the first time in 150 years. The story, 'Safe hands', features an interview with Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer. The story, 'Peak danger', documents the dangers and experiences climbing Mount Everest with Australian adventurer and television presenter Peter Wells.
Land Speed Record
Challenging the land speed record; the toxic depths of Sydney Harbour; recycling buildings; and crustacean love potion.
Stories include, 'Indonesian chief warns terrorism spreading', 'QLD loses $600m Xstrata project', 'Swan in mining tax mire abroad', 'Minimum wage gets $26 boost', 'British shock over random massacre', 'Gaza activists return to Turkey', 'Israeli commandoes were provoked: security expert', 'Army orders drug tests', 'Protest held against cleric deportation', 'Residents count tornado cost'.
Stories include, 'School building program under the microscope', 'Gillard defends BER', 'Brumby back flips on anti-corruption stance'.
Stories include, 'Swan defends mining tax ads', 'Support for Greens at record high', 'Growing condemnation of Flotilla violence'.
Not so long ago it was thought worry and stress triggered the chronic pain of stomach ulcers. So how would yesterday's doctors have reacted to scores of peaceful, meditating Tibetan monks rolling up to the surgery complaining of crippling pain. Thankfully, new medical science has sorted it all out. Oh and a dedicated team of Australian helpers.
This week an alleged people smuggler speaks exclusively to Insight about why he thinks more boats are arriving. And his comments are explosive. He says that if Australia wants to stop the boats, they shouldn't accept any more people.
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