Stories include, 'Negotiations begin over next government', 'Government could be decided quickly', 'Oakeshott: from independent to kingmaker', 'Alcohol costs Australia $36 billion/year: report', 'Philippine policemen storm bus to end siege', 'Pakistan floods continue to worsen', 'Chilean miners found alive'.
This is the story of the the greatest financial crisis we will ever see. The one that is on its way. Have you maxed out your credit card? Bought shares with borrowed money? Taken out a large home loan believing that prices always go up? Then you may be living on borrowed time. Filmmaker Martin Borgs takes a provocative look at the events leading up the Global Financial Crisis and asks if the attempts to avoid a ruinous collapse of banks and other major finance houses may set the world on the path to an even bigger meltdown.
A forensic examination of the election results to identify the victims and the victors. Panellists include: Malcolm Turnbull - former Liberal leader, Sarah Hanson-Young - Greens Senator, Tony Windsor - Independent Member for New England, Janet Albrechtsen - opinion columnist and Graham Richardson - Labor identity.
It's a terrible statistic: Indigenous Australians are up to 38 times more likely to undergo the amputation of a limb, and it's usually linked to diabetes. Join Living Black as we speak to doctors and patients about the extra burden this disease is bringing many Indigenous people. Plus Luke Carroll, both host and nominee at this years Deadlys.
The story, 'Skin deep', captures the problem of non-melanoma skin cancers for Australians. The story, 'Cliffhanger election', reviews the 2010 election with no announcement yet as votes continue to be counted. The story, 'Barnes unplugged', provides an honest and raw interview with Jimmy Barnes.
Journalist Paul Refsdal goes behind Taliban lines to document their efforts to destroy American forces in Afghanistan. This unprecedented access to Taliban war efforts reveals a human side to the feared insurgency movement, despite the fact that Refsdal is held hostage for six days during filming. Plus, Nothing stirs passion in New York more than the future of the World Trade Center site, and plans for a mosque a few blocks away are proving one of the most controversial issues yet. Also, Dateline's Giovana Vitola gets a tour of a house made entirely of rubbish
The story, 'In the balance', reports on the extraordinary deadlock of the 2010 Federal election. The story, 'The bionic vet', talks to talented and flamboyant vet Dr Noel Fitzpatrick, who has pioneered bionic limbs for animals. The story, 'Swept away', examines how twenty million people have been affected by the floodwaters in Pakistan and aid is slowly arriving. The story, 'Heading for trouble', investigates the consequences of playing footy on the brain.
Stories include, 'Last Newspoll of the campaign', 'Gillard and Abbott descend on Sydney', 'Last Nielsen poll of the campaign', 'Election campaign becomes political pantomime', 'Howes and Kroger give their predictions', 'France deports gypsies to Romania'.
A new approach for school science; the dangers of restricted sleep; analysing air from the sixties; and the truckie with a passion for nature.
Stories include, 'Leaders blitz marginals in race to the polls', 'Antony Green's election preview', 'Aboriginal art industry struggling'.
Stories include, 'Abbott to campaign around the clock', 'Bowen, Robb debate campaign costings', 'Kurdish community shocked by anti-terror raids', 'Witness' face must be bare: judge', 'Four million homeless in Pakistan', 'US combat troops leave Iraq'.
Stories include, 'Coalition release budget costings as leaders head to the town hall', 'Labor under threat from Greens in seat of Melbourne', 'Telstra shareholders anxious as election looms', '150th anniversary of Burke and Wills'.
Stories include, 'Gillard given the win in round two', 'Conroy, Smith debate NBN', 'Grog still flows in Alice Springs', 'Rush hearing delayed for another week', 'New York mosque a political football'.
Stories include, 'Debate drama continues', 'Abbott gears up for election day', 'Australian artists still struggling'.
Policy substance has been missing in action during this election campaign. Complex, bold plans have been thin on the ground. And on some issues, the differences between the parties' positions is slight. With the election just around the corner, Insight gathers together some big thinkers to talk about what they've made of the campaign, what's been missing, and what their one big idea would be to make Australia better.
Stories include, 'Abbott unveils economic action plan', 'RBA chief calls for right balance of regulation', 'Bitter fight in changing Corangamite', 'Government must take responsibility: Morrison', 'Gates to bow out of Pentagon post', 'Army recruits targeted by Baghdad bomb', 'World Bank steps in to Pakistan relief effort', 'Rush prepares final appeal', 'Surfer dies after shark attack'.
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