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Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Killing Joe/All About Ed

Seven  |  May 14, 2017
Killing Joe She planned and carried out the senseless and twisted killing of their son and now, 20 years later, Anu Singh is appealing for forgiveness from the parents of ...

Killing Joe She planned and carried out the senseless and twisted killing of their son and now, 20 years later, Anu Singh is appealing for forgiveness from the parents of Giuseppe 'Joe' Cinque. For the first time since their son's death, Anu spoke directly to Maria and Nino Cinque during an interview with Sunday Night. But Joe's heartbroken mum Maria said she could never forgive Anu for taking her son's life. On Friday October 24, 1997, Anu acted on the disturbing plot she had been planning for weeks. She had arranged a bizarre farewell dinner and told her guests she and Joe were going to end their lives together in a tragic suicide pact. But, unbelievably, no one told Joe - or the police. All About Ed Multi-platinum award-winning singer songwriter Ed Sheeran has revealed the lifestyle that came with being one of the world's biggest pop stars pushed him to near breaking point and he came close to losing it all. In an exclusive interview on Seven's Sunday Night Ed said he was emotionally exhausted and physically unwell when he decided to take time out from his non-stop schedule. After six years in the public eye, Ed made the decision to walk away from the music scene and social media for 12 months. During his time off, Ed travelled around the world to Iceland, Ghana, Italy, Fiji, Japan, New Zealand and even Tasmania. But fans could be forgiven for not noticing he was away. During his absence his hit songs remained on the charts and in high demand on streaming services.

The Mix
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The Mix: July 23, 2017

ABC  |  July 23, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Lateline
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Lateline: May 24, 2017

ABC  |  May 24, 2017
Interview: Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner To The UK UK police have arrested three more men over the deadly Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and ...

Interview: Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner To The UK UK police have arrested three more men over the deadly Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people and injured 59. Emma Alberici spoke to Australia's high commissioner to the UK, Alexander Downer, about the global security threat posed by the attack. Interview: Rukmini Callimachi, Islamic State Expert Emma Alberici spoke to New York Times' Islamic State expert Rukmini Callimachi about the role that radicalisation may have played in the Manchester suicide bombing. Designer Reveals The Secrets Behind The Most Addictive Apps Ever wondered why you spend so much time in front of a screen? A compelling study by American author Adam Alter reveals how apps are designed to hook us in and ultimately change human behaviours. Michael Vincent takes a look inside the mind of an app designer. Interview: Adam Alter And Katina Michael Emma Alberici speaks to social psychology expert and associate professor of marketing at New York University's Stern School of Business, Adam Alter, and professor at the school of computing and information technology at the University of Wollongong, Katina Michael, about how apps are tailor-made to encourage addiction.

The Mix
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The Mix: May 28, 2017

ABC  |  May 28, 2017
James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix ...

James Valentine presents the latest on art, TV, movies, books, games, apps, festivals, gigs, events, celebrities, theatre and all things showbiz. Get your weekly culture fix from the best arts reporters and contributors.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Ben And Me

Seven  |  June 4, 2017
Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she ...

Maylea Tinecheff knew her relationship with troubled AFL star Ben Cousins was over when he continued using crystal meth in front of her earlier this year, the day after she finally allowed him to see his children again. In an exclusive Sunday Night interview, Maylea told reporter Steve Pennells about the extraordinary control the drug ice had over his life. The couple's relationship became so rocky that Maylea took out a violence restraining order against the Brownlow medallist in May last year. But despite their tumultuous relationship, Maylea agreed that Ben could join her and the children on a day out at Perth's Adventure World theme park in January. It went so well, that Maylea let her guard down a little more and, despite the restraining order, agreed to go with him to a Bruce Springsteen concert. Photographs of the pair at the concert circulated in the media and online - but what was never reported was the incident that occurred after the show. Maylea claims Ben's demons resurfaced. Only weeks later, Ben was sentenced to 12 months behind bars for stalking and repeatedly breaching the VRO. His fall from grace was complete. Maylea now hopes that Ben will walk out of jail a changed man, ready to put his family first.

Lateline
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Lateline: July 26, 2017

ABC  |  July 26, 2017
Interview: Tom Iggulden, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Political Correspondent Tom Iggulden about the continuing fallout from the dramatic Cabinet ...

Interview: Tom Iggulden, Political Correspondent Emma Alberici speaks to Political Correspondent Tom Iggulden about the continuing fallout from the dramatic Cabinet resignation of Nationals MP Matt Canavan. Fears Of Apartment Oversupply In Major Cities There are concerns that there are now too many off-the-plan apartments for sale in Melbourne's inner city, and not enough buyers. Tighter lending guidelines, coupled with changes to stamp duty mean many investors are pulling back. Emily Stewart reports. Interview: Professor Penney Lewis, Medical Ethicist Emma Alberici speaks to medical ethicist at Kings College London Professor Penney Lewis about the upcoming decision around where the terminally-ill British baby Charlie Gard will spend his remaining days. Interview: Dr Pippa Malmgren, Former Presidential Advisor Emma Alberici speaks to Dr Pippa Malmgren, a former economic adviser to US presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama about her book Signals, which challenges common assumptions about how we can measure prosperity.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 27, 2017

ABC  |  October 27, 2017
Greens' Waters Not Surprised By High Court Decision Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Greens Senator Larissa Waters, who was caught up in the citizenship saga about the High ...

Greens' Waters Not Surprised By High Court Decision Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Greens Senator Larissa Waters, who was caught up in the citizenship saga about the High Court's ruling that she was ineligible to sit in Parliament. Late Debate: Labor Asks New England Votes To 'Kick Shins' Of Nationals Matt Wordsworth speaks to the assistant minister for industry, innovation and science, Craig Laundy, and shadow minister for employment services and the digital economy, Ed Husic, about the week in politics, including the High Court's ruling on the citizenship saga and the AWU debacle. Chatline: Your Week In Review Now for a look at what you had to say about our stories this week. Here's Naomi Selvaratnam with Chatline.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 10, 2017

ABC  |  November 10, 2017
The Late Debate: The Citizenship Saga Inside Manus The minister for urban infrastructure, Paul Fletcher, and the Labor spokesman on transport and infrastructure, Anthony ...

The Late Debate: The Citizenship Saga Inside Manus The minister for urban infrastructure, Paul Fletcher, and the Labor spokesman on transport and infrastructure, Anthony Albanese, join Matt Wordsworth to discuss the week in federal politics The New Form Of Collective Giving, Changing Philanthropy In Australia Making major donations to worthwhile causes is no longer just for the wealthy. In giving circles, members come together and pool their money, then vote to decide how the funds will be spent. Emily Stewart looks at one group in Melbourne that supports enterprises helping women and children. Your Say On Lateline's Stories This Week A favourite European city's fight to stem the tide of mass tourism and the young talent from Australia who became an opera sex symbol. Lateline's Jamie Cummins takes a look at your responses to some of our stories and interviews this week.

Lateline
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Lateline: November 16, 2017

ABC  |  November 16, 2017
Parliamentary Debate Begins After SSM 'Yes' Vote After yesterday's resounding 'yes' vote in the national postal survey on same-sex marriage, debate is finally underway in ...

Parliamentary Debate Begins After SSM 'Yes' Vote After yesterday's resounding 'yes' vote in the national postal survey on same-sex marriage, debate is finally underway in Parliament. Senator Dean Smith has introduced a private members bill to extend the definition of marriage to allow two people to wed, regardless of their sex or gender. Matt Wordsworth speaks with shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus. Pike River Mine Disaster Victim Recovery Planning Begins New Zealand's former Government rejected calls to retrieve the men who died in the explosion because of safety concerns. Matt Wordsworth speaks to former Labour leader Andrew Little - the man Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given the difficult task of minister for Pike River re-entry. Families Of Pike River Mine Disaster Victims Urge Recovery It's seven years on from New Zealand's Pike River Mine disaster and the 29 victims remain entombed. Can the country's new Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern deliver on her pre-election promise to create a plan within 100 days to reunite families with the remains of their fathers, brothers and sons? Barbara Miller reports.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: A Royal Romance/Hot And Dangerous/King Kelly

Seven  |  April 24, 2011
The story, 'A royal romance', provides an inside look at Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance. The story, 'Hot and dangerous', journey’s with thrill seeking cameraman ...

The story, 'A royal romance', provides an inside look at Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance. The story, 'Hot and dangerous', journey’s with thrill seeking cameraman Geoff Mackley as he leads a team right into the heart of a hot and dangerous volcano in Vanuatu. The story, 'King Kelly', features an interview with the greatest surfer in sporting history, Kelly Slater.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Outbreak/Under Siege/Russell Crowe

Seven  |  November 23, 2014
Mike Willesse sits down with Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe in a revealing and honest interview where no questions are of limits. From his assault conviction and ...

Mike Willesse sits down with Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe in a revealing and honest interview where no questions are of limits. From his assault conviction and less-than-stellar early singing career, Crowe doesn't hold back. Then, the life-destroying disease is breaking out all over Australia - which the Federal Government insists can't be caught here and patients are being turned away from hospitals.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 27, 2012

ABC  |  August 27, 2012
Stories include, 'Howard urges return to individual bargaining', 'Syrian rebels blame massacre on government', 'Roo meat still contaminated, says rights group', 'Qld wanted to ...

Stories include, 'Howard urges return to individual bargaining', 'Syrian rebels blame massacre on government', 'Roo meat still contaminated, says rights group', 'Qld wanted to lower environmental standards: Burke', 'Republicans show softer side of Mitt Romney' and 'Three rare coins exceed $800,000 at auction'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Creedence Clearwater Revealed/Slum Town Symphony/Perfectly Blunt

Seven  |  October 4, 2015
The story, 'Creedence Clearwater revealed', they were the Californian rock 'n roll band with a quirky, nonsensical name. But today, at age 70, the three surviving members have ...

The story, 'Creedence Clearwater revealed', they were the Californian rock 'n roll band with a quirky, nonsensical name. But today, at age 70, the three surviving members have been feuding for so many years they only speak through lawyers. The story, 'Slum Town Symphony', James Blunt says he experienced the horror of "murder on a mass scale" in the military before he shot to stardom, selling more than 20 million albums.

Lateline
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Lateline: August 26, 2015

ABC  |  August 26, 2015
Stories include, 'South Australia set to become a key battleground at the next Federal election', 'Interview: Jay Wetherill, South Australian Premier' and 'Interview: Samer ...

Stories include, 'South Australia set to become a key battleground at the next Federal election', 'Interview: Jay Wetherill, South Australian Premier' and 'Interview: Samer Nashef, heart surgeon'.

The Project
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The Project: December 21, 2017

TEN  |  December 21, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Pete Helliar and Jamila Rizvi as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: The cast of the new film, All the ...

Join Waleed Aly, Gorgi Coghlan, Pete Helliar and Jamila Rizvi as they dissect the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guests: The cast of the new film, All the Money In the World.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Day Of Shame/Monkey Business/Romeo and Juliet: Love Is A Battlefield

Seven  |  September 25, 2011
The story, 'Day of shame', speaks with Saxon Bird's parents after his death at the Australian Life Saving Titles on the Gold Coast in March last year. The story, 'Monkey ...

The story, 'Day of shame', speaks with Saxon Bird's parents after his death at the Australian Life Saving Titles on the Gold Coast in March last year. The story, 'Monkey business', brings to life the amazing story of a baby chimp named Nim, taken from his mother and raised exactly as a human child. The story, 'Romeo & Juliet: Love is a battlefield', takes a backstage tour at the most enduring love story now told in the biggest ballet production ever staged in Australia - Romeo and Juliet.

The Project
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The Project: November 30, 2017

TEN  |  November 30, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Daniel MacPherson.

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and Fitzy as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Daniel MacPherson.

Lateline
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Lateline: December 5, 2017

ABC  |  December 5, 2017
The Humans Of Lateline: Our Most Memorable Characters After 28 years, this is Lateline's final week on air. We're taking a look back at some of the extraordinary stories of ...

The Humans Of Lateline: Our Most Memorable Characters After 28 years, this is Lateline's final week on air. We're taking a look back at some of the extraordinary stories of everyday people we've featured - meet the humans of Lateline! Barbara Miller produced this report. This story contains coarse language - and a warning for Indigenous viewers, there are images of a person now deceased. Lebowitz Unsurprised By Spate Of Hollywood Sexual Abuse Allegations Jeremy Fernandez speaks to author and social commentator Fran Lebowitz about Donald Trump's America and the Hollywood sexual harrassment saga. How A Principal Turned A Struggling School Around Four years ago, the New South Wales Education Department began an experiment. It employed 15 principals on salaries of up to $200,000 a year in schools with large numbers of Indigenous students. The principals were also given new powers to change operating hours and parts of the curriculum. One school in Tamworth is achieving remarkable results. Lateline's John Stewart reports. Wordsworth On The Latest Citizenship Dramas Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the publication of a new parliamentary register detailing the citizenship status of all serving MPs. A number of Labor and Liberal MPs and one crossbencher could be referred to the High Court.

The Project
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The Project: September 5, 2017

TEN  |  September 5, 2017
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and guest host Fifi Box as they look at the High Court challenge to the same-sex marriage postal survey and whether Australia ...

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar and guest host Fifi Box as they look at the High Court challenge to the same-sex marriage postal survey and whether Australia should have a universal basic income, with special guest Tala Raassi.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 12, 2017

ABC  |  October 12, 2017
Victorian Council Rocked By Mass Sacking One of the poorest local government areas in Victoria has been rocked by the sacking of its entire council after a damning report by ...

Victorian Council Rocked By Mass Sacking One of the poorest local government areas in Victoria has been rocked by the sacking of its entire council after a damning report by the local government inspectorate. But the councillors and the peak council body say the dismissal was unfair. Emily Stewart reports. Interview: Anneliese Rohrer Emma Alberici speaks to Anneliese Rohrer, a columnist for the Austrian newspaper Die Presse, about the upcoming Austrian election. New Face Set To Keep Austrian Conservatives In Power Sebastian Kurz looks likely to become Europe's youngest head of government when Austria goes to the polls this weekend. The 31-year-old is presenting himself as a force for change, capitalising on political disenchantment and fears about immigration levels. Barbara Miller reports. Interview: Matt Wordsworth Emma Alberici speaks to Political Correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the ongoing parliamentary citizenship saga, as the High Court adjourns to consider its verdict on the eligibility of seven senators thought to have breached the constitution.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 1, 2017

ABC  |  September 1, 2017
Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's stories and interviews this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. ...

Chatline: Your Week In Review Now it's time to hear what you had to say about some of Lateline's stories and interviews this week. Here's Jamie Cummins with Chatline. Interview: Malcolm Gladwell, Author David Lipson speaks to author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell ahead of his speaking tour in Australia about his theories on success. Late Debate: Craig Laundy And Ed Husic Assistant minister for industry, Craig Laundy, and shadow minister for employment services, Ed Husic, join David Lipson to discuss the week in politics.

The Project
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The Project: January 11, 2018

TEN  |  January 11, 2018
Join Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little and Liz Ellis as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Hamish Macdonald, Gorgi Coghlan, Tommy Little and Liz Ellis as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Goodwill Hunting/Guinea Pigs/The Lost Children/Babies Online

Seven  |  May 9, 2010
The story, 'Goodwill hunting', explains green hunting in Africa. The story, 'Guinea pigs', examines how guinea pigs could hold the cure for type one diabetes. The story, 'The ...

The story, 'Goodwill hunting', explains green hunting in Africa. The story, 'Guinea pigs', examines how guinea pigs could hold the cure for type one diabetes. The story, 'The lost children', details Vietnam war orphans who were part of operation Babylift. The story, 'Babies online', follows up on the donor conception story.

The Weekly With Charlie Pickering
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The Weekly With Charlie Pickering

ABC  |  February 15, 2017
Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright ...

Presented by Charlie Pickering along with Tom Gleeson and Kitty Flanagan, The Weekly is a half-hour news comedy exposing the humorous, the absurd and the downright hypocritical, 24/7, once a week. #TheWeekly.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 20, 2015

ABC  |  October 20, 2015
Stories include, 'Australia's '19th Syrian' injured in shelling back home while his father is killed in the same attack', 'The Turnbull government flexes its economic muscle ...

Stories include, 'Australia's '19th Syrian' injured in shelling back home while his father is killed in the same attack', 'The Turnbull government flexes its economic muscle in response to the financial systems inquiry by former Commonwealth Bank chief executive David Murr', 'Panel: Christopher Joye, columnist with the Australian Financial Review and economics editor of the Australian, David Uren' and 'The shunned people of northern Uganda speak out about their torture and place in their community'.

Lateline
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Lateline: February 29, 2016

ABC  |  February 29, 2016
Hosted by Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories. #Lateline.

The Project
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The Project: October 7, 2015

Ten  |  October 7, 2015
With guests RJ Mitte, Joel Creasey, Bert Newton, Jules Schiller, Michael Keenan and Dr Kerryn Phelps, plus stories on workers fighting to take over their closed turkey ...

With guests RJ Mitte, Joel Creasey, Bert Newton, Jules Schiller, Michael Keenan and Dr Kerryn Phelps, plus stories on workers fighting to take over their closed turkey factory, anti-terror raids, causes of cancer and the Shonky Awards.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 8, 2016

ABC  |  September 8, 2016
Stories include: 'Security experts warn of a new phase in the fight against Islamic terrorism that could place Australians in greater danger', 'Bearing witness to war: ...

Stories include: 'Security experts warn of a new phase in the fight against Islamic terrorism that could place Australians in greater danger', 'Bearing witness to war: photographer Gary Ramage opens up about the trauma of reporting from the frontline.', 'Interview: Nicolas Henin, former IS hostage and Puk Damsgard, author and journalist' SECURITY EXPERTS WARN OF A NEW PHASE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ISLAMIC TERRORISM THAT COULD PLACE AUSTRALIANS IN GREATER DANGER As confidence grows that Islamic State could soon be driven from Iraq, there are fears radical groups will focus more intently on western interests. BEARING WITNESS TO WAR: PHOTOGRAPHER GARY RAMAGE OPENS UP ABOUT THE TRAUMA OF REPORTING FROM THE FRONTLINE. In his new book, The Shot, Gary Ramage reflects on his more than 20 years in the field from the conflicts in Somalia and Kosovo to Iraq and Afghanistan. INTERVIEW: NICOLAS HENIN, FORMER IS HOSTAGE AND PUK DAMSGARD, AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST Matt Wordsworth speaks with Nicolas Henin and Puk Damsgard and asks them for their views on how terrorists should be dealt with.

Australia Wide
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Australia Wide: September 4, 2016

ABC  |  September 4, 2016
Stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, our reporters look behind the stories that ...

Stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, our reporters look behind the stories that make the news.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 1, 2016

ABC  |  September 1, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mitch Fifield, Communications Minister and Manager of Government Business in the Senate', 'One ...

Stories include: 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mitch Fifield, Communications Minister and Manager of Government Business in the Senate', 'One of Australia's most exclusive universities opens its doors to mentally impaired students, but will others follow its lead?', 'Interview: Alastair McEwin, Disability Discrimination Commissioner' INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Matt Wordsworth speaks with David Lipson on a tumultuous day in politics in which Labor outmanoeuvred the Federal Government and won a procedural vote in the House of Representatives. INTERVIEW: MITCH FIFIELD, COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER AND MANAGER OF GOVERNMENT BUSINESS IN THE SENATE Matt Wordsworth speaks with Mitch Fifield for his reaction to the fact that Thursday marked the first time in decades that a majority Government had lost a vote in the Lower House. ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S MOST EXCLUSIVE UNIVERSITIES OPENS ITS DOORS TO MENTALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS, BUT WILL OTHERS FOLLOW ITS LEAD? In Canada, the United States and parts of Europe, some universities are inviting students with intellectual disabilities to join their courses, and two Australian universities are doing the same. INTERVIEW: ALASTAIR MCEWIN, DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION COMMISSIONER Matt Wordsworth speaks with Alastair McEwin, who's calling for more learning institutions to include people with disabilities.

Australia Wide
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Australia Wide: October 16, 2016

ABC  |  October 15, 2016
Stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, our reporters look behind the stories that ...

Stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, our reporters look behind the stories that make the news.

The Project
43:31 | 0

The Project: February 9, 2017

Ten  |  February 9, 2017
With guest hosts Tommy Little and Ryan Fitzgerald, and stories on banning the burqa, the nude neighbour, tea time with Tommy, the latest from the celebrity jungle, plus we ...

With guest hosts Tommy Little and Ryan Fitzgerald, and stories on banning the burqa, the nude neighbour, tea time with Tommy, the latest from the celebrity jungle, plus we chat to the cast of 50 Shades Darker.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Miracle Baby/Mad World/Well Hello Molly

Seven  |  February 28, 2016
The story, 'Miracle baby, Daniel Stirling has opened up for the first time about the night his pregnant wife was killed by teenage joyriders and emergency services saved his ...

The story, 'Miracle baby, Daniel Stirling has opened up for the first time about the night his pregnant wife was killed by teenage joyriders and emergency services saved his unborn 'miracle boy' Caleb. The story, 'Mad world', thought you were a Mad Max fan? Think again. In the California desert lies a sanctuary for the most devout fans of the cult classic. The story, 'Well hello Molly', Australia's most beloved music personality, Molly Meldrum gave us all a scare when, on the eve of the TV miniseries premiere devoted to his life, he had a fall that nearly ended it all. It was, he says, a wake up call to start taking care of himself.

The Project
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The Project: September 28, 2015

Ten  |  September 28, 2015
With guest HG Nelson, Liesel Jones, Tegan Higginbotham and guest host Steve Price, and stories on the inquiry into Luke Batty's death hands down its findings, Brownlow and ...

With guest HG Nelson, Liesel Jones, Tegan Higginbotham and guest host Steve Price, and stories on the inquiry into Luke Batty's death hands down its findings, Brownlow and Dally M presentations, Justin Bieber in Oz, and wife carrying.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Contraceptive Controversy/Eyes Wide Open: New Hope/Race To The Clouds

Seven  |  November 1, 2015
The story, 'The contraceptive controversy', exposes the dangerous, even fatal flaws in the popular contraceptive device Essure and explores the nightmare faced by thousands of ...

The story, 'The contraceptive controversy', exposes the dangerous, even fatal flaws in the popular contraceptive device Essure and explores the nightmare faced by thousands of woman. The story, 'Eyes wide open: New hope', catches up with Kathryn, Sam and Matthew White are on a mission to see everything they can before they lose their sight to a rare genetic disorder. Scientists have now isolated the gene that caused the condition to develop. The story, 'Race to the clouds', details the race known as 'Race to the clouds', the finish line of this race is 20 kilometres up one of Colorado's highest mountains and in between are 156 of the nastiest corners ever made by man.

2015 Year In Review
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2015 Year In Review

Episode 1  |  ABC  |  January 2, 2016
ABC News takes a look back at the events and stories that shaped 2015.

ABC News takes a look back at the events and stories that shaped 2015.

Sunday Night
44:15 | 0

Sunday Night: Mike Willesee's Paleo Challenge: The Results/Exclusive: Reeva's Parents Speak About Pistorius Release

Seven  |  August 23, 2015
The story, 'Mike Willesee's paleo challenge: The results', Pete Evans has hit back at the Dieticians Association of Australia over criticism of his Paleo diet experiment with ...

The story, 'Mike Willesee's paleo challenge: The results', Pete Evans has hit back at the Dieticians Association of Australia over criticism of his Paleo diet experiment with Mike Willesee and revealed Mike's 10-week progress. The story, 'Exclusive Reeva's parents speak about Pistorius release', in an Australia exclusive with Seven's Sunday Night the Steenkamps said they believe Pistorius shot Reeva knowingly in a fit of rage because she was planning to leave him.

Lateline
28:34 | 0

Lateline: September 2, 2015

ABC  |  September 2, 2015
Stories include, 'Interview: Craig Emerson, Trade Minister in the former Labor Government', 'What is it like to have a family member with a disability and what emotional ...

Stories include, 'Interview: Craig Emerson, Trade Minister in the former Labor Government', 'What is it like to have a family member with a disability and what emotional impact does it have on those around them?' and 'Interview: Eric Schlosser, investigative journalist and author of 'Command and Control'.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: The Power of Ten

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  Seven  |  April 12, 2015
Victoria Cross recipient Ben Roberts-Smith heads to Gallipoli to follow in the footsteps of the ten ANZACs who became heroes amongst heroes, uncovering the details of their ...

Victoria Cross recipient Ben Roberts-Smith heads to Gallipoli to follow in the footsteps of the ten ANZACs who became heroes amongst heroes, uncovering the details of their extraordinary stories.

The Project
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The Project: October 3, 2016

Ten  |  October 3, 2016
Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Todd Sampson.

Join Waleed Aly, Carrie Bickmore, Pete Helliar & Steve Price as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics. Special guest: Todd Sampson.

Lateline
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Lateline: October 3, 2016

ABC  |  October 3, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: Shadow Minister for Financial Services Katy Gallagher', 'Our obsession with things: Interview with Ruth Quibell', 'Farewell Ford: The car maker ...

Stories include: 'Interview: Shadow Minister for Financial Services Katy Gallagher', 'Our obsession with things: Interview with Ruth Quibell', 'Farewell Ford: The car maker prepares to close in Australia' INTERVIEW: SHADOW MINISTER FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES KATY GALLAGHER Shadow Minister for Financial Services Katy Gallagher joins Emma Alberici as the chief executives of the big four banks prepare for banking inquiry grilling. OUR OBSESSION WITH THINGS: INTERVIEW WITH RUTH QUIBELL The things that make us... What does our obsession with certain things say about us? Author and sociologist Ruth Quibell joins Emma Alberici to discuss why some of our possessions are just too precious to throw away. FAREWELL FORD: THE CAR MAKER PREPARES TO CLOSE IN AUSTRALIA When the Ford motor company closes the doors on its manufacturing plant in Geelong next Friday, 90 years of Australian motoring history will end. Lateline's Hamish Fitzsimmons takes a look back at the history of Ford and the future of its workers.

Lateline
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Lateline: September 28, 2016

ABC  |  September 28, 2016
Stories include: 'South Australia blackout: Tony Wood on how the grid went down', 'Interview: George Christensen, MP for Dawson', 'House Hack: Tiny homes for tiny prices' ...

Stories include: 'South Australia blackout: Tony Wood on how the grid went down', 'Interview: George Christensen, MP for Dawson', 'House Hack: Tiny homes for tiny prices' SOUTH AUSTRALIA BLACKOUT: TONY WOOD ON HOW THE GRID WENT DOWN A blackout in South Australia has left the whole state without power. Tony Wood, Director of the Energy Program at the Grattan Institute, joins Lateline to discuss what happened and what needs to be done to get the power back online. INTERVIEW: GEORGE CHRISTENSEN, MP FOR DAWSON George Christensen, MP for Dawson, joins Lateline to discuss the backpacker tax, Gonski reforms, and same sex marriage. HOUSE HACK: TINY HOMES FOR TINY PRICES It's IKEA for houses. A Sydney architect has designed an entire flatpack house as a way of tackling housing affordability and environmental problems.

Lateline
29:29 | 0

Lateline: November 11, 2016

ABC  |  November 11, 2016
Poll: Do You Think Donald Trump Will Make America Great Again? Lateline's Jamie Cummins looks at the results of this week's viewer poll. Interview: Ying Ma, Conservative ...

Poll: Do You Think Donald Trump Will Make America Great Again? Lateline's Jamie Cummins looks at the results of this week's viewer poll. Interview: Ying Ma, Conservative Commentator And Deputy Director Of The Committee For American Sovereignty Ying Ma rallied support for Donald Trump's election and says many of his supporters love his rhetoric; but that they would be understanding if he didn't follow through with having Mexico pay for the wall, or imposing a ban on Muslims from entering the US. Homes For Profit, Not People Australian real estate developer Lend Lease is embroiled in a multibillion-dollar dispute which has seen thousands of working class Londoners forced out of their homes. Interview: Travis Tygart, Head Of The US Anti-Doping Agency Travis Tygart is both feared and revered in the sporting world because he lifted the lid on Lance Armstrong's doping scandal. He's currently in Australia to share his insights with some of our sport administrators.

Australia Wide
28:29 | 0

Australia Wide: November 6, 2016

ABC  |  November 5, 2016
Yassmin Abdel-Magied presents stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, we look behind ...

Yassmin Abdel-Magied presents stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, we look behind the stories that make the news.

Lateline
27:58 | 0

Lateline: October 25, 2016

ABC  |  October 25, 2016
The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, ...

The Indian Farmers Being Forced Off Their Land To Make Way For The Metropolis Of The Future Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power promising to lift people out of poverty, but his vision to build 100 'smart cities' is seeing farmers forced off their land without fair compensation. Interview: Nick Xenophon, NXT Senator For South Australia Senator Nick Xenophon on the senate committee inquiry into the disastrous online census failure. Indonesia's First Female Muslim Standup Comedian Challenges Islamic Fundamentalism With Humour For years Sakdiyah Ma'ruf snuck around behind her parents' backs, hiding her job as one of Indonesia's first female Muslim stand-up comedians - but not anymore.

The Project
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The Project: February 16, 2016

Ten  |  February 16, 2016
With guests Sir Tom Jones, Tim Minchin and David Kilcullen, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories about a class action against the navy, the Grammys, and George Pell.

With guests Sir Tom Jones, Tim Minchin and David Kilcullen, plus guest host Steve Price, and stories about a class action against the navy, the Grammys, and George Pell.

Lateline
29:29 | 0

Lateline: August 29, 2016

ABC  |  August 29, 2016
Stories include: 'Interview: George Brandis, Attorney-General', 'Letters to Lindy: the untold chapter of the Chamberlain story, plays out on stage.', 'The fresh new faces of ...

Stories include: 'Interview: George Brandis, Attorney-General', 'Letters to Lindy: the untold chapter of the Chamberlain story, plays out on stage.', 'The fresh new faces of the 45th Parliament' INTERVIEW: GEORGE BRANDIS, ATTORNEY-GENERAL Emma Alberici speaks with George Brandis as the new Parliament prepares to sit for the first time, while a plebiscite on same sex marriage looks more doubtful. LETTERS TO LINDY: THE UNTOLD CHAPTER OF THE CHAMBERLAIN STORY, PLAYS OUT ON STAGE. Thousands of strangers wrote to Lindy Chamberlain after the death of her daughter, Azaria, and now those letters are the subject of a stage play to open later this week. THE FRESH NEW FACES OF THE 45TH PARLIAMENT Lateline follows two rookie members of Parliament, Labor's Anne Aly and the LNP's Trevor Evans, as they prepare for their new careers.

Lateline
29:08 | 0

Lateline: February 26, 2016

ABC  |  February 26, 2016
Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to ...

Hosted by Tony Jones and Emma Alberici, Lateline provides original journalism and investigations, quality analysis and insightful interviews, combined with a fresh approach to telling important stories. #Lateline.

Sunday Night
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Sunday Night: Michelle Our Belle/Australia On Ice/Look World, no hands

Seven  |  November 8, 2015
The story, 'Michelle our Belle', the full and extraordinary story behind the woman who has turned racing on its head. The story, 'Australia on ice', Northern Territory ...

The story, 'Michelle our Belle', the full and extraordinary story behind the woman who has turned racing on its head. The story, 'Australia on ice', Northern Territory Minister for Police Peter Chandler, has shared the heartbreaking story of how his family was torn apart by ice addiction. The story, 'Look world, no hands', they will save millions of lives and are a matter of when, not if, according to the man behind the driverless car brain that could lead the automotive market as soon as 2030.

Lateline
29:12 | 0

Lateline: August 24, 2016

ABC  |  August 24, 2016
Stories include: 'The Road to the Drone Nationals: Part Two', 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General', ...

Stories include: 'The Road to the Drone Nationals: Part Two', 'Interview: David Lipson, Political Correspondent', 'Interview: Mark Dreyfus, Shadow Attorney-General', 'Interview: Richard Goyder, Wesfarmers CEO', 'The coffee pod craze - they're not biodegradable but what can we do about it?' THE ROAD TO THE DRONE NATIONALS: PART TWO Find out who takes glory as Lateline follows two father son teams on their journey to the Australian Drone Nationals. INTERVIEW: DAVID LIPSON, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Emma Alberici speaks with David Lipson as Federal Police seize documents from Parliament's main computer server, as they search for the source of damaging leaks about the National Broadband Network. INTERVIEW: MARK DREYFUS, SHADOW ATTORNEY-GENERAL Emma Alberici speaks with Mark Dreyfus and asks him whether he has any evidence that the Government was involved in the AFP raid on Parliament. INTERVIEW: RICHARD GOYDER, WESFARMERS CEO Emma Alberici speaks with Richard Goyder and asks for reaction to his company's worst financial performance in 14 years after an 83% drop in net profit. THE COFFEE POD CRAZE - THEY'RE NOT BIODEGRADABLE BUT WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT? In the first of our series called 'Good to Know', we look at what we can do to reduce the chances of ecological disaster in the wake of the massive rise in popularity of coffee pods.

Sunday Night
45:20 | 0

Sunday Night: Endless Summer/Sinkholes/Love in a Cold Climate

Seven  |  December 7, 2014
Tonight, guest reporter Kerri-Anne Kennerley speaks with couple Doc and Juliette who began a radical family experiment over 50 years ago. They gave up their jobs and house to ...

Tonight, guest reporter Kerri-Anne Kennerley speaks with couple Doc and Juliette who began a radical family experiment over 50 years ago. They gave up their jobs and house to bring up their children unaffected by money and unspoiled by the real world for 15 years. But their controversial approach has been labelled either inspired or misguided. Tonight, we learn what happened and whether the experiment was a success. Then, Alex Cullen is at the sinkhole capital of the world to learn how this frightening phenomenon is expanding. Also, the couple who put it all on the line to sail the North West Passage to Alaska.

Lateline
37:07 | 0

Lateline: October 20, 2014

ABC  |  October 20, 2014
Stories include, 'Burqa ban abandoned', 'Jokowi sworn in as President', 'Cages a campaign promise', 'Elgin Marbles should be reunited in Athens', 'Liberian President pleads ...

Stories include, 'Burqa ban abandoned', 'Jokowi sworn in as President', 'Cages a campaign promise', 'Elgin Marbles should be reunited in Athens', 'Liberian President pleads for more help' and 'Ice destroying rural youth'.

Lateline
28:33 | 0

Lateline: April 2, 2015

ABC  |  April 2, 2015
Stories include, 'Scaling back increases in the aged pension', 'The government considers tightening the assets test for wealthy Australians', 'Al Shabaab storms Garissa ...

Stories include, 'Scaling back increases in the aged pension', 'The government considers tightening the assets test for wealthy Australians', 'Al Shabaab storms Garissa University College in Kenya' and 'Why is Saudi Arabia leading 10 Arab nations in airstrikes on rebels in Yemen?'.

Sunday Night
46:52 | 0

Sunday Night: First Blood/Home On The Road

Seven  |  April 26, 2015
In a major investigation, Steve Pennells uncovers a hitherto unknown Ivan Milat crime, his first secret victim. Then, Kerri-Anne Kennerley meets a nomadic family living on the ...

In a major investigation, Steve Pennells uncovers a hitherto unknown Ivan Milat crime, his first secret victim. Then, Kerri-Anne Kennerley meets a nomadic family living on the road.

Sunday Night
46:09 | 0

Sunday Night: Penny May Hill's Unsolved Murder/Australia's Heaviest Man

Seven  |  May 10, 2015
The story, 'Australia's heaviest man', meets Andre Nasr and details Australia's obesity epidemic. One expert has estimated there may be as many as 1000 people physically ...

The story, 'Australia's heaviest man', meets Andre Nasr and details Australia's obesity epidemic. One expert has estimated there may be as many as 1000 people physically unable to leave their homes. The story, 'Penny May Hill's unresolved murder', after 24 years, is the brutal unsolved murder of a young country girl about to be cracked? 20-year-old Penny May Hill left home to start work as a nanny and three days later her life was over.

Lateline
29:17 | 0

Lateline: June 30, 2015

ABC  |  June 30, 2015
Stories include, 'Interview: ASX Chief Executive Elmer Funke Kupper', 'There are claims whistleblowers could face prosecution under a new immigration law' and 'Interview: ...

Stories include, 'Interview: ASX Chief Executive Elmer Funke Kupper', 'There are claims whistleblowers could face prosecution under a new immigration law' and 'Interview: Malcolm Knox on Australia's supermarket monsters'.

The Project
47:06 | 0

The Project: May 20, 2015

Ten  |  May 20, 2015
With guests Anh Do and Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins, plus guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on exporting marijuana, collectors, airbag recalls, and the dumbing down of music.

With guests Anh Do and Nick 'Honey Badger' Cummins, plus guest host Steve Vizard, and stories on exporting marijuana, collectors, airbag recalls, and the dumbing down of music.

Australian Story
29:31 | 0

Australian Story: 'Iron, Iron, Iron' - The Hancock Dynasty

Season 1  |  Episode 1  |  ABC  |  July 6, 2015
When Gina Rinehart opens the Roy Hill iron ore mine in the Pilbara later this year she'll be fulfilling a long held dream. It will be a crowning moment but one that's clouded ...

When Gina Rinehart opens the Roy Hill iron ore mine in the Pilbara later this year she'll be fulfilling a long held dream. It will be a crowning moment but one that's clouded by the continuing fall-out from court battles over the family trust. The events now unfolding are the culmination of a turbulent family history. Australian Story has filmed with Gina Rinehart at Port Hedland. Over the next two weeks, the program has the story of the Hancock Dynasty.

Sunday Night
46:39 | 0

Sunday Night: Moving Mountains/Deadly Deja Vu/First Blood

Seven  |  May 3, 2015
Dr Andrew Rochford joins actor Hugh Sheridan on a personal mission to earthquake ravaged Nepal and Alex Cullen leads a special investigation into the mental health of ...

Dr Andrew Rochford joins actor Hugh Sheridan on a personal mission to earthquake ravaged Nepal and Alex Cullen leads a special investigation into the mental health of commercial aviation pilots.

Lateline
35:58 | 0

Lateline: September 3, 2014

ABC  |  September 3, 2014
Stories include, 'Not so super', 'War or peace', 'Ceasefire is just talk', 'Another journalist beheaded', 'Asylum seeker on life support', 'Napthine wants Shaw expelled', 'NSW ...

Stories include, 'Not so super', 'War or peace', 'Ceasefire is just talk', 'Another journalist beheaded', 'Asylum seeker on life support', 'Napthine wants Shaw expelled', 'NSW MPs accused of lying', 'Make allowances', 'Pause for consideration', 'Ice use growing fast' and ' Ebola patient causes panic'.

Australian Story
28:44 | 0

Australian Story: Out Of The Shoebox

ABC  |  September 1, 2014
This week's program looks at the unlikely evolution of an unexpected global comedy hit. Christiaan Van Vuuren was devastated when he was diagnosed with drug resistant ...

This week's program looks at the unlikely evolution of an unexpected global comedy hit. Christiaan Van Vuuren was devastated when he was diagnosed with drug resistant tuberculosis and forced into hospital quarantine for six months. To pass the time he started making humorous video clips documenting his experiences in the isolation ward. The videos went viral around the world on YouTube. Now Christiaan and his brother Connor are being courted by some of the big players in the film and TV industry.

Lateline
34:42 | 0

Lateline: March 12, 2014

ABC  |  March 12, 2014
Stories include, 'Mystery continues', 'GST will go up', 'Fire gridlocks Sydney', 'Jailed without conviction', 'Need to break through bureaucratic nightmare', 'Europe set to ...

Stories include, 'Mystery continues', 'GST will go up', 'Fire gridlocks Sydney', 'Jailed without conviction', 'Need to break through bureaucratic nightmare', 'Europe set to place sanctions on Russia', 'CIA denies spying on Congress' and 'Drones and robots monitor polar ice'.

Lateline
38:55 | 0

Lateline: October 29, 2013

ABC  |  October 29, 2013
Stories include, 'Australia ends Afghanistan mission', 'China demands answers', 'United States and New Zealand resume relations', 'Australia gathers information from Asia', ...

Stories include, 'Australia ends Afghanistan mission', 'China demands answers', 'United States and New Zealand resume relations', 'Australia gathers information from Asia', 'US admits it needs intelligence constraints', 'US spying interview', 'Australian tourism looks to Asia' and 'Cholesterol furore'.

Lateline
36:22 | 0

Lateline: October 21, 2013

ABC  |  October 21, 2013
Stories include, 'Firefighters prepare for the worst', 'The latest from the Rural Fire Services headquarters', 'Fire expert, Professor David Bowman, discusses the latest ...

Stories include, 'Firefighters prepare for the worst', 'The latest from the Rural Fire Services headquarters', 'Fire expert, Professor David Bowman, discusses the latest bushfire emergency', 'Immigration Department sets new rules for naming boat arrivals', 'YMCA failed to adequately screen, Royal Commission told', 'Northern Ireland Abuse Commission Sends Investigators to Australia', 'Officers who question Qld police bikies crackdown told to quit', 'The mystery of the golden angel deepens', 'US Ambassador summoned over spy charges'.

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