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Stories include, 'WA election sends a message to Labor', 'New tests for teachers', 'Four cricketers ruled out', 'Hackers attack RBA', 'WA election fought on state issues', ...

Stories include, 'WA election sends a message to Labor', 'New tests for teachers', 'Four cricketers ruled out', 'Hackers attack RBA', 'WA election fought on state issues', 'Cardinals gather for conclave', 'Burmese refugees being trafficked' and 'Bus driver kills himself in prison'.

Stories include, ‘Barrister Lloyd Rayney found not guilty of murdering his wife’, ‘Barack Obama comforts superstorm survivors’, ‘North America correspondent, Lisa Millar, in ...

Stories include, ‘Barrister Lloyd Rayney found not guilty of murdering his wife’, ‘Barack Obama comforts superstorm survivors’, ‘North America correspondent, Lisa Millar, in New York’, ‘Former NSW state ministers to appear before a corruption inquiry’, ‘Poker machine legislation rushed into parliament’, ‘Studio interview with Andrew Wilkie, independent MP’, ‘Victoria Cross awarded to Afghanistan veteran’, ‘Leadership speculation turned into a race-call’ and ‘Australian talent scouts on the hunt for contemporary Indonesian artists’.

Stories include, 'Julie Bishop accuses the PM of criminal behaviour', 'Mental health services in need of improvement', 'Star system for food labelling', 'Opposition plan for ...

Stories include, 'Julie Bishop accuses the PM of criminal behaviour', 'Mental health services in need of improvement', 'Star system for food labelling', 'Opposition plan for NBN', 'Debate on National Broadband Network' and 'Ombudsman's independence undermined'.

Living Black host Karla Grant sits down with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, in Darwin to discuss the plight of the Tibetan people and the similarities they share with ...

Living Black host Karla Grant sits down with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, in Darwin to discuss the plight of the Tibetan people and the similarities they share with Indigenous Australians. Karla delves into issues of colonisation, dispossession, loss of language and culture and asks what advice the Dalai Lama would offer Indigenous people in Australia moving forward to a more positive future.

Stories include, 'Catholics celebrate selection of new pope', 'Record number of jobs created', 'Dumped chief refuses cabinet position', 'Vatican correspondent's view of Pope ...

Stories include, 'Catholics celebrate selection of new pope', 'Record number of jobs created', 'Dumped chief refuses cabinet position', 'Vatican correspondent's view of Pope Francis', 'MP accuses church leaders of gross betrayal', 'Documentary tackles sexual abuse in the Catholic Church', 'Director discusses making of documentary' and 'Packers pick model'.

Stories include, 'Budget cuts necessary but responsible', '39th Australian killed in Afghanistan', 'Armstrong stripped of seven Tour De France titles', '14-year sentence for ...

Stories include, 'Budget cuts necessary but responsible', '39th Australian killed in Afghanistan', 'Armstrong stripped of seven Tour De France titles', '14-year sentence for people smuggler', 'Uranium mining to resume in Queensland', 'Final debate pivotal', 'Opposition attacks shrinking surplus', 'Greens may hold balance of power in ACT', 'Syrian war may spill over into Lebanon' and 'Kremlin-controlled media attacks Putin's critics'.

Stories include, 'Abbott under attack over boats plan', 'Ashby wins reprieve in Slipper legal battle', 'Turnbull calls for gay civil unions', 'Libyan elections at risk from ...

Stories include, 'Abbott under attack over boats plan', 'Ashby wins reprieve in Slipper legal battle', 'Turnbull calls for gay civil unions', 'Libyan elections at risk from armed groups', 'America squandered the surge: Chandrasekaran', 'Fair trial for Saif al-Islam impossible: Taylor', 'Human trafficking targets Indonesian women' and 'London's Shard divides opinion'.

Stories include, 'Government blamed for bank rates rises', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Abattoir labelled 'rogue operator', 'Patel wins appeal to High Court', 'Australian ...

Stories include, 'Government blamed for bank rates rises', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Abattoir labelled 'rogue operator', 'Patel wins appeal to High Court', 'Australian Syrians fear for their relatives', 'Parent Calm counters school stress', 'We don't own our bodies: Ensler', 'USA to build two new nuclear reactors' and 'Bald Archies poke fun through portraiture'.

Stories include, 'Palmer accuses CIA of sabotaging mining', 'Sokaluk found guilty of Black Saturday arson', 'RSPCA study finds violations of whip rules', 'Ombudsman to oversee ...

Stories include, 'Palmer accuses CIA of sabotaging mining', 'Sokaluk found guilty of Black Saturday arson', 'RSPCA study finds violations of whip rules', 'Ombudsman to oversee taser investigation', 'Lord Bragg defends the KJB', 'Russia sends military unit to Syria', 'Bombs kill 43 across Iraq' and 'Extended interview with Lord Melvyn Bragg'.

Stories include, 'ALP faces new type of national conference', 'Gilham earns retrial and release on bail', 'Clinton and Suu Kyi meet in Burma', 'The Long view on the economy', ...

Stories include, 'ALP faces new type of national conference', 'Gilham earns retrial and release on bail', 'Clinton and Suu Kyi meet in Burma', 'The Long view on the economy', 'Hobart celebrates centenary of Mawson expedition', 'Friday debate: Kroger and Howes' and 'The disasters and battles of 2011'.

Stories include, 'Dying with dignity or a dangerous social experiment?', 'Interview: Lecretia Seales. lawyer and policy advisor at the NZ Law Commission', 'Farewell to former ...

Stories include, 'Dying with dignity or a dangerous social experiment?', 'Interview: Lecretia Seales. lawyer and policy advisor at the NZ Law Commission', 'Farewell to former Test skipper and voice of cricket, Richie Benaud' and 'Interview: Catherine McGregor, cricket author and writer'.

Sunrise
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Sunrise

Season 18  |  Episode 26  |  Seven  |  February 4, 2018
Wake up to a better breakfast with Samantha Armytage and David Koch for all the latest news, sport and weather.

Wake up to a better breakfast with Samantha Armytage and David Koch for all the latest news, sport and weather.

Stories include, 'The families torn apart by the conflict in Syria', 'Interview: Kilian Kleinschmidt, Humanitarian Aid Expert' and 'The planning laws that allow 150 year old ...

Stories include, 'The families torn apart by the conflict in Syria', 'Interview: Kilian Kleinschmidt, Humanitarian Aid Expert' and 'The planning laws that allow 150 year old trees to be torn down in the name of progress'.

Stories include, 'Family of murdered Janine Balding say killers deserve no sympathy', 'The Late Debate: Crime and punishment - should life mean life for Australia's worst ...

Stories include, 'Family of murdered Janine Balding say killers deserve no sympathy', 'The Late Debate: Crime and punishment - should life mean life for Australia's worst offenders?, 'The man who spent 42 years in jail as one of Australia's longest serving prisoners' and 'The world's most popular dating show heads Down Under.

Stories include, ‘Interview: Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister’.

Stories include, ‘Interview: Malcolm Turnbull, Prime Minister’.

Stories include, 'PM unleashes over misconduct rumours', 'Gillard may be innocent but investigation not closed', 'Fairfax posts $2.7b loss', 'Qantas announces first annual ...

Stories include, 'PM unleashes over misconduct rumours', 'Gillard may be innocent but investigation not closed', 'Fairfax posts $2.7b loss', 'Qantas announces first annual loss since privatisation', 'Labor faces billion-dollar offshore processing costs', 'Motion for ill refugee to get emergency transfer' and 'Autism expert warns against cutting education funding'.

Stories include, 'Joyce faces Senate grilling over lockout', 'Greek government set for confidence vote', 'Bali boy breaks down in court', 'Papandreou finished in Greek ...

Stories include, 'Joyce faces Senate grilling over lockout', 'Greek government set for confidence vote', 'Bali boy breaks down in court', 'Papandreou finished in Greek politics: professor', 'Java boat survivors escape detention', 'Desperate Tibetans turning to self-immolation' and 'Qantas saga brings about bitter industrial debate'.

Australian Story
29:07

Australian Story: Something in the Water

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  February 22, 2010
Well-known and not so well-known Australians share their remarkable personal stories in their own words. #AustralianStory.

Well-known and not so well-known Australians share their remarkable personal stories in their own words. #AustralianStory.

Three orphans band together to take on the world. As a little boy, Glenn Scott dreamed of becoming a motorcycle champion... just like his heroes Mick Doohan and Casey Stoner. ...

Three orphans band together to take on the world. As a little boy, Glenn Scott dreamed of becoming a motorcycle champion... just like his heroes Mick Doohan and Casey Stoner. Bikes were a family obsession - but it was a passion that led to tragedy six years ago when Glenn's parents were killed during a road trip on their motorbike.

Stories include, 'Gillard shares disgust at HSU saga', 'Unions struggling to capture young members', 'Brooks charged in UK hacking inquiry', 'Drugs wrongly escaped ...

Stories include, 'Gillard shares disgust at HSU saga', 'Unions struggling to capture young members', 'Brooks charged in UK hacking inquiry', 'Drugs wrongly escaped pharmaceutical scheme', 'Patents critical to drug industry', 'Greece edges closer to fresh elections', 'Greece can do better than German deal' and 'Police use drivers as roadblock for pursuit'.

Stories include, 'Further Greek bailout deal inches closer', 'Bali Nine smuggler loses death sentence appeal', 'US vows to hunt down new Al Qaeda chief', 'Climate change will ...

Stories include, 'Further Greek bailout deal inches closer', 'Bali Nine smuggler loses death sentence appeal', 'US vows to hunt down new Al Qaeda chief', 'Climate change will end economic growth', 'Famous Vienna art exhibit opens in Melbourne', 'Malaysia refugee deal nears agreement', 'Victorian government starts search for new police chief', 'Japan's tsunami survivors face mental challenge'.

Stories include, 'Dyson Heydon controversy and same sex marriage issue take centre stage in Canberra again', 'Interview: Warren Entsch, Coalition backbencher', 'Barramundi ...

Stories include, 'Dyson Heydon controversy and same sex marriage issue take centre stage in Canberra again', 'Interview: Warren Entsch, Coalition backbencher', 'Barramundi fishermen in the Gulf country hit hard by regional drought' and 'Chinese WWII veterans who belonged to nationalist party finally gain official recognition'.

Dr Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania as a girl with a dream. Twenty years later she left a woman with a mission; Can science help the dead speak? We 'unwrap' a ...

Dr Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania as a girl with a dream. Twenty years later she left a woman with a mission; Can science help the dead speak? We 'unwrap' a mummy to unveil secrets hidden for thousands of years.

Stories include, 'Murrumu's World', 'The Recognition Debate' and 'Percy Sledge'.

Stories include, 'Murrumu's World', 'The Recognition Debate' and 'Percy Sledge'.

Join Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore and Dave Hughes as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

Join Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore and Dave Hughes as they dissect, digest and reconstitute the daily news, events and hottest topics.

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and ...

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing and Mark Humphries. It's a global outlook with a focus.

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and ...

News. People. Culture. Daily. Your daily mix of news, interviews, in-depth features and comedy. Hosted by Marc Fennell and Jan Fran, this program brings you the stories and perspectives that matter. With reporting from Patrick Abboud and Laura Murphy-Oates, and satire from Michael Hing and Mark Humphries. It's a global outlook with a focus.

Stories include, 'Abbott threatens double dissolution', '2 million flee Syria', 'The high cost of concussions', 'Rudd has been discredited as PM', 'AFL chief apologises for ...

Stories include, 'Abbott threatens double dissolution', '2 million flee Syria', 'The high cost of concussions', 'Rudd has been discredited as PM', 'AFL chief apologises for reaction to prank' and 'Woman swims from Cuba to US without a cage'.

Tom Tilley looks at how we hook up in the 21st century. From pick-up apps to one night stands - does anyone still meet in real-life, or has the dating landscape fundamentally ...

Tom Tilley looks at how we hook up in the 21st century. From pick-up apps to one night stands - does anyone still meet in real-life, or has the dating landscape fundamentally changed forever? Find out on this program.

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long form interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long form interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long ...

Hosted by Emma Alberici and Tony Jones, this program continues a 25 year tradition of breaking stories and setting the agenda. With in-depth investigative journalism, long form interviews and a fresh perspective on current events.

Stories include, ‘Labor attacks the speaker’, ‘Cardinal Pell apologises’, ‘Monash letters reveal secretive attitude over fossil fuel investments’, ‘Back tracking on carbon ...

Stories include, ‘Labor attacks the speaker’, ‘Cardinal Pell apologises’, ‘Monash letters reveal secretive attitude over fossil fuel investments’, ‘Back tracking on carbon pricing will damage Australia’, ‘Search called off’, ‘Cancer patients to miss out on breakthrough drug’ and ‘Kim Jong-Un style’.

Late Debate: Angus Taylor And Andrew Leigh Assistant minister for cities Angus Taylor and shadow assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh discuss this week's federal budget. ...

Late Debate: Angus Taylor And Andrew Leigh Assistant minister for cities Angus Taylor and shadow assistant treasurer Andrew Leigh discuss this week's federal budget. Tackling The Taboo Issues Affecting Australian Teenagers High school students are the stars of two plays opening in Sydney this week, dealing with the dramas of teenage life. John Stewart caught up with the young actors in rehearsals. Historic Match Takes AFL To China The AFL will make history this weekend when Port Adelaide and the Gold Coast compete for premiership points on Chinese soil. The game in Shanghai is part of a wider strategy by the South Australian football club to tap the riches of the emerging superpower. Leah Maclennan reports. Chatline: Your Say On The Week In Stories Lateline's Jamie Cummins looks back at some of the stories you've responded to this week.

With guest Lachy Hulme, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on paying grandparents for babysitting, inappropriate social media pics, High Court decision on children ...

With guest Lachy Hulme, plus guest host Gretel Killeen, and stories on paying grandparents for babysitting, inappropriate social media pics, High Court decision on children detained on Nauru, and the 85-year-old woman that delivered her great-grandson.

Stories include, 'Treasurer warns of higher interest rates', 'Watson apologises for shouting match', 'Martial law in Thailand', 'US charges Chinese officers with cyber ...

Stories include, 'Treasurer warns of higher interest rates', 'Watson apologises for shouting match', 'Martial law in Thailand', 'US charges Chinese officers with cyber crimes', 'Students should contribute to own education' and ' Abe government threatens NHK's credibility'.

Stories include, 'Research reveals an inside look into the minds of swinging voters in a key marginal electorate', 'Interview: Tony Mitchelmore, managing director of ...

Stories include, 'Research reveals an inside look into the minds of swinging voters in a key marginal electorate', 'Interview: Tony Mitchelmore, managing director of Visibility, a company which specialises in qualitative research and communications', 'An international campaign is underway to stop the execution of a young Saudi man' and 'Interview: Kate Higham, caseworker for the human rights group, Reprieve'.

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 ...

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.

The story, 'Murder at Murphys Creek', Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans disappeared on a gap year in Queensland 40 years ago. 60 Minutes reveals what really happened to Lorraine ...

The story, 'Murder at Murphys Creek', Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans disappeared on a gap year in Queensland 40 years ago. 60 Minutes reveals what really happened to Lorraine and Wendy and how the killers have escaped justice. The story, 'The Bombay sapphire', features an interview with Pallavi Sharda, the new toast of Bollywood - a lawyer who's traded the suits and courts of Melbourne for the costumes and movie lots of Mumbai.

It's now believed MH370 crashed off Australia, but how did it fly so far without detection? Dateline analyses our radar and satellite surveillance capabilities. Dateline also ...

It's now believed MH370 crashed off Australia, but how did it fly so far without detection? Dateline analyses our radar and satellite surveillance capabilities. Dateline also investigates Nepal's trade in fake orphans, and the families and tourists being exploited by this lucrative child trafficking. For our 30th anniversary, we're replaying memorable stories, including this tale of music inspiring youngsters in Brazil's slums.

Stories include: 'New senators arrive in Canberra', 'Investigation into sexual harassment and assault on uni campuses', 'Australia on verge of clinching trade deal with ...

Stories include: 'New senators arrive in Canberra', 'Investigation into sexual harassment and assault on uni campuses', 'Australia on verge of clinching trade deal with Indonesia', 'Anthony Albanese's long-held family secret' NEW SENATORS ARRIVE IN CANBERRA We catch up with Derryn Hinch and other new senators as they arrive in Canberra for the first sitting of parliament since the election. INVESTIGATION INTO SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND ASSAULT ON UNI CAMPUSES An investigation is underway into the extent of sexual harassment and assault on Australian university campuses. AUSTRALIA ON VERGE OF CLINCHING TRADE DEAL WITH INDONESIA The Government might have a fight on its hands to get a trade deal with Indonesia through parliament. ANTHONY ALBANESE'S LONG-HELD FAMILY SECRET The incredible search that revealed the father Anthony Albanese thought was dead.

As efforts to secure the MH17 crash site in Ukraine continue to be challenged by fighting, Dateline looks at the dangers facing investigators and local people; It's an ...

As efforts to secure the MH17 crash site in Ukraine continue to be challenged by fighting, Dateline looks at the dangers facing investigators and local people; It's an unlikely combination of chess and boxing...Dateline looks at the popularity of a game ending in either checkmate or knockout and; Isadora Faber starting blogging to improve school conditions, but she wasn't expecting the attacks and death threats that followed.

The story, 'Fatal flaw', in a special two-year investigation, 60 Minutes has uncovered dozens of crashes in the Robinson R44 helicopter. The story, 'Emma', provides an update ...

The story, 'Fatal flaw', in a special two-year investigation, 60 Minutes has uncovered dozens of crashes in the Robinson R44 helicopter. The story, 'Emma', provides an update on nine-year-old Emma Hayes who has gender dysphoria. The story, 'Known unto God', for almost a century, Sam Ridler was 'missing in action' in the corner of a French field outside the village of Fromelles. But now, 97 years after he vanished, an inspiring detective story, crossing the continent and using DNA has changed all that.

Dateline reports from the angry streets of Cairo as the city erupts into violence over the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Also, Zach, Mario and Cole have severe ...

Dateline reports from the angry streets of Cairo as the city erupts into violence over the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi. Also, Zach, Mario and Cole have severe Tourette's...often misunderstood, Dateline follows them to a camp where they find they're not alone.

The story, 'The awakening', examines the impact Stilnox is having on the treatment of brain injury patients. The story, 'Haunted', meets Erica who claims her life was ...

The story, 'The awakening', examines the impact Stilnox is having on the treatment of brain injury patients. The story, 'Haunted', meets Erica who claims her life was shattered by Robert Geeves. The story, 'Drama queen', features an interview with the legendary Joan Collins.

The story, 'Murder on parole', Sarah Cafferkey was murdered by a violent repeat offender just two months after Jill Meagher was killed. Sarah's mother breaks her silence to ...

The story, 'Murder on parole', Sarah Cafferkey was murdered by a violent repeat offender just two months after Jill Meagher was killed. Sarah's mother breaks her silence to call for tighter restrictions on the prison and parole system. The story, 'Lost and found', Saroo Brierley tells the astonishing story of how he found his family 26 years after he became lost in India at only five years old. The story, 'Trail Blaiser', catches up with Blaise Wyatt's parents as they thank the community for their support and generosity.

How could three young women be held captive in a suburban house, undetected for a decade? Dateline reports from a neighbourhood in shock. Get an insight into the dangers of ...

How could three young women be held captive in a suburban house, undetected for a decade? Dateline reports from a neighbourhood in shock. Get an insight into the dangers of daily life in Syria through the eyes of Dr Rami Habib, who runs a hospital with bombs falling all around. Plus, hundreds of babies are abandoned each year in South Korea, prompting a pastor to build a special baby box for them to be left in.

As austerity bites harder in Greece, the far right Golden Dawn party is gaining in popularity, and drawing increasing comparison with the Nazis; Follow the dedicated team ...

As austerity bites harder in Greece, the far right Golden Dawn party is gaining in popularity, and drawing increasing comparison with the Nazis; Follow the dedicated team trying to make thousands of unexploded wartime bombs safe on the Pacific islands of Palau and: Yemen is addicted to chewing the narcotic leaf khat, but is it having too much influence on the country's economy, environment and future?

The story, 'Sleeping giant', Mount Vesuvius erupted two thousand years ago, however the destructive power of Vesuvius is not consigned to the history books. Today it threatens ...

The story, 'Sleeping giant', Mount Vesuvius erupted two thousand years ago, however the destructive power of Vesuvius is not consigned to the history books. Today it threatens the city of Naples, which is home to three million Italians. The story, 'In their footsteps', Tim Jarvis is one of the world's most fearless adventurers who recreates great exploits of the past. The story, 'Saving Petra', carved into a mountainside, Petra has survived for two and a half thousand years but now has become too popular. The story, 'LifeHouse', the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse will be officially opened and 60 Minutes was given an exclusive first look.

De-radicalising Potential Terrorists We've all seen the way terrorists are now choosing weapons such as vehicles and knives, and in some cases police have failed to identify ...

De-radicalising Potential Terrorists We've all seen the way terrorists are now choosing weapons such as vehicles and knives, and in some cases police have failed to identify attackers despite red flags. Is it really possible to identify and turn around people who've been radicalised? Australia Sets Economic Growth Record Today Australia became a world record-holder on economic growth. It sounds like something to celebrate, yet treasurer Scott Morrison adopted a very sober tone. Britain Heads To The Polls When UK Prime Minister Theresa May called the election six weeks ago she had a record 22 point lead. According to one poll this week that's narrowed to just 1 point over her Labour opponent, Jeremy Corbyn. Mendelsohn On Success, Star Wars And Australia Australian actor Ben Mendelsohn joins 7.30 to discuss his international success, being in Star Wars, his years out of work and what he misses about Australia.

What happens when grandparents are left holding the baby? Grandparents are now the most popular form of child care in Australia. They are busily babysitting nearly half of ...

What happens when grandparents are left holding the baby? Grandparents are now the most popular form of child care in Australia. They are busily babysitting nearly half of Australia's young children. But how much should be expected of grandparents when it comes to raising the kids? This week on Insight, we hear from grandparents, parents and grandchildren on the highs and lows of grandparents looking after the kids.

Stories include: 'Parkour: Jump first, ask later', 'Dairy farmers denied access to drug that treats deadly parasite', 'Stem cell marketer referred to police over 'predatory' ...

Stories include: 'Parkour: Jump first, ask later', 'Dairy farmers denied access to drug that treats deadly parasite', 'Stem cell marketer referred to police over 'predatory' approaches to MS and cancer patients' PARKOUR: JUMP FIRST, ASK LATER From the streets of western Sydney to performing at the Opera House, meet six diverse young people with a love for the urban pursuit known as 'Parkour' - running, jumping, and climbing through city obstacles. DAIRY FARMERS DENIED ACCESS TO DRUG THAT TREATS DEADLY PARASITE Cows are suffering and dying from bovine anaemia because farmers are being denied access to a drug which has been approved in at least 20 countries, dairy owners and a veterinary doctor in eastern Victoria say. STEM CELL MARKETER REFERRED TO POLICE OVER 'PREDATORY' APPROACHES TO MS AND CANCER PATIENTS A Gold Coast stem cell marketer who charges patients up to $44,000 up front for clinically untested treatments has been referred to authorities for unethical and exploitative practices.

Woman Tricked Into Laundering Money 'Ignored' When She Reported It A woman who was tricked into laundering money for foreign criminals says she was ignored by a national ...

Woman Tricked Into Laundering Money 'Ignored' When She Reported It A woman who was tricked into laundering money for foreign criminals says she was ignored by a national agency set up to streamline investigations of cyber crime. Josh Frydenberg Discusses Today's Energy Security Meeting Federal energy minister Josh Frydenberg joins Hayden Cooper to discuss today's energy security meeting. Brad Tucker On The Likelihood Of A Human Colony On Mars Astrophysicist Dr Brad Tucker joins Hayden Cooper to discuss the likelihood of a human colony on Mars by 2022. Aboriginal Man's Story Of Nuclear Bomb Survival Told With Virtual Reality In an unlikely collision of cultures, state of the art 3D film technology is bringing an Aboriginal man's unique tale of nuclear bomb survival to audiences across Australia.

New Email Scandal Rocks Clinton Campaign Professor Simon Jackman, head of the US Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, joins 7.30 to explain the new email scandal ...

New Email Scandal Rocks Clinton Campaign Professor Simon Jackman, head of the US Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, joins 7.30 to explain the new email scandal rocking the Clinton campaign. Push For Lifelong Visa Ban On Those In Offshore Detention The Federal Government is pushing to introduce a lifelong visa ban on asylum seekers and refugees in offshore detention. What It Takes To Win The Melbourne Cup With Hartnell the favourite to win tomorrow's Melbourne Cup, jockey James McDonald shows 7.30's Andy Park what it takes to succeed. Pell Failed To Care For Abuse Victims, Royal Commission Told Cardinal George Pell and other senior officials failed to exercise proper care for children in a Melbourne parish by not acting on information of sexual misconduct by a paedophile priest, according to final submissions to the royal commission into child abuse.

'If We'd Known We Would Have Had The Birth In Hospital' The father of a baby who died during a home birth lays part of the blame on a "communication problem" with doctors. ...

'If We'd Known We Would Have Had The Birth In Hospital' The father of a baby who died during a home birth lays part of the blame on a "communication problem" with doctors. Rag'N'bone Man On His Influences, Working As A Carer And His New Album English musician Rag'N'Bone Man discusses his influences, working as a carer for people with autism and his debut album. Brandis On The High Court Challenges Over Senators Day And Culleton Attorney-General George Brandis discusses the proposed High Court challenges to the Senate positions of Bob Day and Rod Culleton. Election Of Day And Culleton To Be Challenged In High Court The election of ex-Senator Bob Day from Family First and Senator Rod Culleton from One Nation is to be challenged in the High Court.

Turnbull On The Asylum Seeker Deal With The US Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joins 7.30 to discuss Australia's new asylum seeker deal with the US. Family Caught In Middle ...

Turnbull On The Asylum Seeker Deal With The US Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull joins 7.30 to discuss Australia's new asylum seeker deal with the US. Family Caught In Middle Of Asylum Seeker Deal A family has become caught in the middle of Australia's new asylum seeker deal with the US. While most of the family is in Australia, the father is on Manus Island and may be sent to America. Trump Says Americans Have Nothing To Fear Donald Trump has implored his supporters to stop bullying minorities and says Americans have nothing to fear from his presidency.

A Generation Of Australians Wondering If They'll Ever Have A Full-time Job Young people are leaving schools and universities to a world where the chances of finding full time ...

A Generation Of Australians Wondering If They'll Ever Have A Full-time Job Young people are leaving schools and universities to a world where the chances of finding full time work is at its lowest since the world plunged into recession in the global financial crisis of 2008. Graduate teacher Rebecca Gallagher speaks to 7.30 about search for a job in the education sector. Richard Di Natale On Parliamentary Entitlements Greens leader Richard Di Natale joins 7.30 to discuss parliamentary entitlements and why he thinks there needs to be a national anti-corruption watchdog. Evil Angels Author John Bryson On The Death Of Michael Chamberlain John Bryson, author of the book Evil Angels: The Disappearance Of Azaria Chamberlain, joins 7.30 to discuss the death of Michael Chamberlain. Ms Dhu Focus Of New Song By The Cat Empire's Felix Riebl Relatives of Ms Dhu, the young Aboriginal woman whose death in custody sparked protests around the country, hope a new song by Cat Empire singer Felix Riebl will put attention back on her case.

Woman Fights To Get Stolen Selfie Removed From Porn Sites A young woman who had her photo stolen off social media and used in porn websites is calling on regulators to crack ...

Woman Fights To Get Stolen Selfie Removed From Porn Sites A young woman who had her photo stolen off social media and used in porn websites is calling on regulators to crack down on an emerging practice known as 'parasite' or 'morph' porn. CCTV Clears Australian Man Framed For Philippines Drug Deal CCTV vision obtained by 7.30 shows the moment an Australian man living in the Philippines was arrested by police and falsely accused for dealing drugs. Musician Glen Hansard On Winning An Oscar, Busking And Following Your Dreams Irishman Glen Hansard is a musical rarity - a solo performer who grosses in the millions as a troubadour, while maintaining his independence from record labels. He spoke to 7.30 while in Australia for his latest tour. Martin O'Malley On The US Presidential Election Martin O'Malley, former governor of Maryland, joins Leigh Sales to discuss the US presidential election.

Teammates Tell Of Shock Over Michael Quinn's Child Sex Crimes Teammates of Michael Quinn, the Melbourne amateur rugby union player convicted of child sex crimes in the US, say ...

Teammates Tell Of Shock Over Michael Quinn's Child Sex Crimes Teammates of Michael Quinn, the Melbourne amateur rugby union player convicted of child sex crimes in the US, say they feel horror and anger towards their former friend and have been targeted by online trolls since his arrest. Lloyd Williams On His Melbourne Cup Win Lloyd Williams, owner of today's Melbourne Cup-winning horse Almandin, joins 7.30 to discuss the race. Senator Bob Day's Election Called Into Question It has emerged Family First Senator Bob Day may not have been qualified to run for parliament at the July federal election. Hospital Knew Of Low Chemo Doses, Doctor Claims Dr John Grygiel, the man at the centre of the low dose chemotherapy controversy surrounding Sydney's St Vincent's Hospital, claims the hospital knew of his treatment for nearly a decade.

The story, 'Cyber war', explains the silent, covert battle, waged in the secrecy of cyberspace for the control of our information and data. The story, 'The Guru Busters', ...

The story, 'Cyber war', explains the silent, covert battle, waged in the secrecy of cyberspace for the control of our information and data. The story, 'The Guru Busters', meets the Guru Busters - dedicated to exposing India's thousands of spiritual shonks and shysters. The story, 'Trouble in paradise', tells the rapid growth and high unemployment in the Gold Coastwhich has caused increased criminal activity.

The story, 'Australian rabies', the deadly threat of rabies has reached our shores. Earlier this year, the Australian Bat Lyssavirus claimed its third human victim. The story, ...

The story, 'Australian rabies', the deadly threat of rabies has reached our shores. Earlier this year, the Australian Bat Lyssavirus claimed its third human victim. The story, 'Scammed', looks at the latest scam called black money. The story, 'Search for truth', speaks with Anthony and Chrissie Foster's daughters who were sexually abused by a school priest from 1987 - 1992 and they continue to search for answers.

Find out how migration and population trends have changed Australia and it's culture through this curated collection.
Autism is a condition that affects the way an individual relates to his or her environment and their interaction with other people. Get insights into the lives of individuals living with autism.
Use this playlist to help students to understand how digital devices work around them. Discover the latest emerging technologies and the affect on individuals from the rise of the digital world. (ACTDIK023,ACTDIK024,VCDSTS043,VCDSTS044)
It is important to know about different individuals that seek refuge in Australia and around the world. Watch this playlist to get an insight into the life of refugees. (ACHASSI099,ACDSEH146,VCHHK095,VCGGK124,VCHHK159).
From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers. (ACHASSK047,VCGGC058,VCGGC072,VCGGC086,VCGGC100,VCGGK105)
Explore changing experiences of democracy and citizenship through the stories of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, focusing on land rights and the significance of Mabo Day.
A royal wedding is a marriage ceremony involving members of royal family. This week we are celebrating the royal event the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)
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