Stories include, 'Historic debate', 'Stephen Smith on Afghan debate', 'To parity and beyond', 'Future of forests in Tasmania'.
Stories include, 'Parliament debates Afghanistan war', 'Hard days ahead for Australian troops: Gillard', 'Sarkozy stands firm as French protests intensify', 'Militants killed in parliament attack', 'Historic forestry peace deal signed'.
Is the Taser the right non lethal option to a gun? They've been issued to frontline officers in tactical response groups in some states since 2000. This episode of Insight will examine the use and abuse of Tasers.
It's been 20 years since three Aboriginal children disappeared from the NSW town of Bowraville; their unsolved deaths a source of continued anguish for their extended families. When Mary MacKillop is canonised as Australia's first saint, a small group of Aboriginal Catholics will be among the pilgrims witnessing this historic moment. Plus,
The story, 'Mary Mackillop miracle', speaks with Veronica Hopson the person the Vatican says was cured by Mary MacKillop's first miracle. The story, 'Stroke of genius', tells how Sarah Gapp suffered a massive stroke at the age of twenty-one. Dr John D'Arcy follows Sarah's remarkable story of survival and recovery. The story, 'Dodgeball heroes', spends time with The Emus, Australia's first dodgeball team as they prepare for the Dodgeball World Championships in Las Vegas. The story, 'Huegill's supererb comeback', discusses Jeff Huegill's successful comeback to the pool at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
The story, 'Natural born killers', investigates the dangers of keeping killer whales in captivity. The story, 'Open hearts', details adoption procedures between Ethiopian orphans and Australian couples. The story, 'Wild Rivers', speaks with comedienne Joan Rivers about her career, cosmetic surgery and her personal life.
Seven years after they invaded, American combat troops finally withdrew from Iraq in August 2010. In this episode of Dateline, Sydney Morning Herald Chief Correspondent Paul McGeough features as a guest reporter, taking a look at Iraq's future, through the issue of oil.
Stories include, 'Free at last', 'Westgate tragedy 40 years on', 'Greens machine', 'Hollywood wild child Carrie Fisher bares all'.
He was a Lost Boy with an incredible story, if only someone could help him tell it to the world. And then as Sudan survivor Valentino Deng found himself in a new and very foreign land he also happened to find acclaimed author Dave Eggers. The result was a searing and moving book that became a publishing sensation and catapulted Deng into the celebrity spotlight. But after 'What Is The What?', what happened next?
Stories include, 'La Stupenda salute', 'War of words', 'Man Bites Murdoch', 'Inside India's Games fight factory'.
When you put organically labelled pork, eggs or brocolli in your trolley, what are you paying for? Many claim organic food is better for your health and the environment. While others believe these claims are questionable and organic farming is turning its back on decades of scientific advances in farming methods. Tonight on Insight we'll ask organic or not? And, put the evidence to the test.
Stories include, 'Abbott accuses Gillard of betraying troops', 'China labels Peace Prize disrespectful', 'Wild Rivers divides Indigenous community', 'East Timor continues asylum talks', 'Opera legend Dame Joan dies peacefully at 83'.
Jan Cameron is one of the wealthiest women in Australia. But instead of resting on her laurels when she sold her Kathmandu business four years ago, she's moved into new and confronting territory as a philanthropist to be reckoned with.
Stories include, 'Distressed doctors pushed to the limit', 'Rudd in his new role as Foreign Minister', 'Chilean miners close to freedom'.
Stories include, 'Abbott continues Afghanistan row', 'Children remain in immigration detention', 'Greens focus on asylum seeker welfare', 'Chile mine rescue on track', 'UK welfare cuts prompt anger', 'Rush to avoid second sludge spill'.
Part one of a startling expose revealing what really happened in Iraq after the occupation of the country by Coalition troops. Made for Quicksilver productions by producer Sam Collyns, the series tells the story of Iraq not simply from the point of view of the invaders but from the insurgents who fought them. It tells how fundamental strategic mistakes made by the Americans pushed formerly peaceful Iraqis into the arms of the fanatical Al Qaeda.
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