The story, 'Jessica's excellent adventure', details the adventure of 16-year-old Jessica Watson. The story, 'The trouble with Harry', features an interview with Australia's World Cup hero Harry Kewell. The story, 'Undermined', investigates the issues and problems confronting the diverse communities that occupy the Darling Downs in relation to the coal seam gas mining industry.
Mark Davis profiles Julian Assange, the Australian behind the secretive whistle-blower website WikiLeaks, while Ginny Stein is in Louisiana with those badly affected by the terrible oil spill.
Follows the evolving journey of our lives - from one year old until the age of ten. We examine the numbers that lie behind our body's development - our 640 controllable muscles and our 206 self repairing bones which are stronger than concrete but also allow us to be among the most dexterous creatures on earth.
Stories include, 'Bangkok protests erupt into bloodshed', 'Rudd, Abbott trade blows over budget', 'Father sparks fresh NAPLAN concern', 'Labor, Coalition lock horns over economy', 'Police criticised over Doomadgee case', 'Indigenous housing program under fire', 'Mining tax dominates political arena', 'Casino red faced after luxury car theft'.
By his own admission, Chris 'Douggs' McDougall has lost at least fifty friends participating in the BASE jumping and skydiving sports he loves. The most confronting example was his girlfriend, who plunged to her death in front of him when her parachute failed to open on her 200th skydive.
Stories include, 'Abbott pledges to freeze recruitment', 'Athletes relieved by planned funding boost', 'Obama faces Wall Street resistance', 'Voice of courage and defiance', 'Clarke and Dawe put PM to the test'.
Stories include, 'Abbott delivers budget reply', 'Abbott poses a dangerous risk to economy', 'Tax status of charities, religions under review', 'NAPLAN tests marred by cheating', 'Inside Pakistan's dangerous tribal badlands', 'US, Pakistan at odds over terrorism', 'Dutch police integral in Captain Dragan's arrest'.
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'.
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