The mysterious death of a bride during a honeymoon SCUBA dive - new evidence and unanswered questions. Seven years ago, a young American bride, Tina Watson, died during a honeymoon SCUBA dive on the Great Barrier Reef. Tina's husband Gabe was charged with murder but eventually convicted and jailed for manslaughter, amidst controversy over the role of the Queensland DPP.
It's been called the biggest leak in intelligence history, and Dateline's cameras were there. In this world exclusive, Mark Davis films the mysterious Julian Assange as he drops the latest WikiLeaks bombshell. Plus, meet Shiv Sena India's far-right Hindu Nationalist Party. Yalda Hakim investigates its reputation for violence towards Muslims, foreigners and local media and asks why it wants to ban Australian cricketers. Also, paco, also called 'poor man's cocaine', is destroying the lives of child addicts in the Buenos Aires slums. David O'Shea meets the addicts' mothers who are banding together and risking their lives to stamp this drug out.
Burma has long been regarded as a pariah state but now comes fears that the military junta is trying to arm itself with nuclear weapons. In Burma's Nuclear Ambitions, a Cutting Edge special five years in the making, see the top-secret photos, documents and blueprints that have convinced Western experts that Rangoon is on the path to nuclear weaponry.
Stories include, 'Black Saturday report ready for release', 'Rudd goes under the knife', 'WikiLeaks founder may have blood on his hands', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Red Shirts now coordinated from outside Thailand', 'Week two keeps getting stranger'.
Stories include, 'Ghost of Rudd continues to haunt Gillard', 'Climate change drops off the radar in 2010 election', 'Clarke and Dawe talk to the punters', 'The green debate'.
What happens when skateboarders meet a beautiful scientist?; the yacht purpose built for Antarctica; frogs shaking up the competition; and vote for the Eureka Prizes People's Choice Award.
Stories include, 'Gillard, Abbott talk tough on crime', 'Warning on looming aged care crisis', 'Labor power couple bow out together', 'Mortage belt seat an election bellwether', 'Schapelle's sentence may get slashed', 'Compensation payment a sincere apology', 'Negligence on a massive scale: Assange'.
Stories include, 'Gillard rocked by leaks', 'Swan in damage control over leaks', 'Will Rudd factor swing crucial Qld seats?'.
Stories include, 'Gillard heads a dysfunctional government', 'ACCC welcomes Telstra fine', 'Election finance debate', 'No survivors found in Pakistan plane crash', 'Former army chief comments on Afghanistan war', 'WikiLeaks fallout hits Australian army'.
This week Insight looks at the election battle to claim the upper hand on mental health. With one in five Australians experiencing a mental health issue each year Insight examines this key election topic.
Stories include, 'Broadband network hangs in the balance', 'The policy and the personal', 'Troubles ahead for world economy'.
The world's car manufacturers are shifting gear and heading for greener pastures. They're designing, building and selling more and more hybrids and electric vehicles and that means they need more and more of a very precious metal for their batteries. But where's The Big Celldorado? A remote, beautiful and vast salt pan high in the Bolivian Andes. Problems? You bet!
Stories include, 'Gender politics get serious', 'Nauru keen to have migrants back', 'Wikileaks rocking the globe', 'Plibersek discusses gender electioneering', 'BP sets aside $35 billion for oil spill clean-up', 'Roxon failed to deliver immunisation awareness: parents'.
Stories include, 'Immigration policy dominates debate', 'Abbott quizzed on immigration policy'.
In his first candid interview since his conviction for tax fraud, Glenn Wheatley talks about the events that led to his fifteen- month prison sentence. "I almost needed help the moment I walked out of that court. And the thing that was still ringing in my ears, the last sentence from the judge was, Take the prisoner away. Take the prisoner away. I was devastated. I just broke down. Couldn't believe what had just happened in my life. Glenn Wheatley was going to jail." - Glenn Wheatley An undisputed heavyweight of the Australian music industry, entrepreneur Glenn Wheatley was accustomed to life in the spotlight, as a member of the Masters Apprentices, and later as manager of a stellar line up of Australian acts such as John Farnham, Delta Goodrem, Little River Band, Pseudo Echo and Australian Crawl. However, the media glare turned hostile in 2005 amidst a very public and unexpected fall from grace. While Glenn Wheatley was on tour with John Farnham, a SWAT team was raiding the family home. Investigators had uncovered a link to a major tax evasion racket involving some dubious offshore transactions. Wheatley says he soon became the poster boy for the ATO's Operation Wickenby, but his network of high profile supporters remained steadfast. A lot of people tell me every day that I'm not Robinson Crusoe there's plenty of it going on. But that doesn't make me feel any better about what I did, Wheatley said. With candid admissions from Glenn, wife Gaynor, legal representatives and music industry alumni, this edition explores the rise, fall and return of an entertainment legend. Producer: Helen Grasswill Executive Producer: Deborah Fleming
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