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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.
Stories include, 'Qantas won't say which jobs will go', 'Union leaders brand former Labor minister Martin Ferguson a traitor', 'Vulnerable residents advised to leave Morwell, Victoria, to escape effects of coal fire', 'Family of slain Iranian asylum seeker says Australian Government responsible for his murder', 'Friday Forum', 'Ukraine's interim Government says Russia behind seizure of military airport in Crimea' and 'U.S. First Lady's plan to downsize Americans'.
Stories include, 'Qantas turnaround', 'First shots fired', 'Police sacked over racist stubby holders', 'Majority Australian ownership of Qantas is in the national interest', 'China to push for FTA with Australia' and 'Gallery treasures may have been stolen'.
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'.
Stories include, 'Government could not have changed Toyota's decision', 'Taiwan and mainland hold talks', '26 years for fiancee murderer', 'Queensland silk lost a brief after criticising government', 'At least 30 homes destroyed in Victorian fires', 'Coalition to 'sabotage' financial planning reforms', 'Prison has not dimmed popularity of former Ukraine PM' and 'Shirley Temple dead at 85'.
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'.
Stories include, 'What now for the future of facial recognition technology and how is the corporate world planning to embrace it? Part two of our special report', 'Interview: Carl Szabo, a lawyer who works for NetChoice, a trade association of e-commerce businesses and online consumers' and 'Discussion Panel: Rob Knowles, chairman of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons' expert advisory group on bullying and Paul Bannon is Professor'.
Stories include, 'The journey of the 19th Syrian - what happened to the asylum seeker the Australian Government convinced to return to a war zone?' and 'Interview: Ken Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch'.
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'.
Stories include, 'ADFA's treatment of women improving', 'Thousands protest Pope's visit', 'Survivor gives evidence in sexual abuse inquiry', 'PNG solution produces jump in polls', 'US Navy says unarmed bombs dropped near Barrier Reef safe', 'ADFA to get confidential office for reporting sexual misconduct' and 'Dinosaur bones found in Mexico'.
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?'.
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'.
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.
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.
Interview: Josh Frydenberg, Environment And Energy Minister
Environment and energy minister Josh Frydenberg speaks to Emma Alberici about Australia's commitment to the Paris agreement, amid speculation Donald Trump is planning to withdraw the US from the landmark climate deal.
Unique Program Offers Key To Student Engagement In Key STEM Subjects
For nearly a decade, government and business groups have been trying to boost the number of Australian students studying science, technology, engineering and maths subjects amid low levels of engagement. One teacher in Townsville is succeeding where many others have failed, as John Stewart reports.
Interview: Dr Cathy Foley And Danielle Bennett
Emma Alberici speaks to CSIRO science director and deputy director of manufacturing Dr Cathy Foley, and physics and chemistry student at UNSW, Danielle Bennett, about the teaching of STEM subjects to female students in Australian schools and universities.
Interview: Andrew Hastie, Liberal MP
Emma Alberici speaks to Liberal MP and former SAS commander Andrew Hastie about ASIO director-general Duncan Lewis' comments that the refugee program is not the source of terrorism in Australia.
Interview: Attorney-General George Brandis
Emma Alberici speaks to Attorney-General George Brandis about the issue of radicalisation in Australia and asks him to explain why Australia hasn't moved to ban the hardline Islamist group Hizbut Tahrir.
Marked For Demolition: The Impact Of Mr Fluffy On The Regional Town Of Holbrook
In the NSW regional town of Holbrook, 5 percent of homes have been found to contain loose-fill asbestos insulation installed by the company known as Mr Fluffy. Lateline's Barbara Miller met some of the owners of contaminated homes, to find out whether they will stay or go.
Interview: Steve Cannane, Europe Correspondent
Emma Alberici speaks to Europe Correspondent Steve Cannane about the ongoing investigations into the terror attacks in London over the weekend.
Prime Minister Calls For Tech Crackdown Following London Attacks
Amid questions about Australia's readiness for a large-scale terrorist incident, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has backed calls for more action from companies like Facebook and Google to stop the spread of radical ideologies online. But some experts warn a crackdown on tech companies could have unintended consequences. Political correspondent David Lipson reports.
Celebrating The Life Of Mark Colvin
Friends and family of Mark Colvin have remembered the much-loved ABC broadcaster during a memorial service in Sydney. Naomi Selvaratnam produced this report.
Interview: Richard Barrett, Counterterrorism Expert
Emma Alberici speaks to former director of global counter terrorism operations at MI6 and director of the Global Strategy Network, Richard Barrett, in the aftermath of the London attacks.
Australian Conservatives Party To Merge With Family First
The drum beat of Senator Cory Bernardi's new political party is growing louder. The former Liberal has merged his Australian Conservatives party with Family First, giving him two more recruits in the South Australian Parliament. As political correspondent David Lipson reports, he's now trying to tempt other MPs to join the march.
Jakarta's Grim Crusade Against Bird Flu
Health authorities across Asia are bracing for the return of the deadly avian influenza. Since 2005, Indonesia has had about 200 cases of the virus; most of them fatal. Authorities there have been trying to prevent another outbreak, with raids on places where bird flu spreads most quickly: the crowded urban villages of Jakarta. Indonesia Correspondent Adam Harvey went on patrol with the 'bird police'.
Interview: Nick Cater And Dennis Shanahan
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to the executive director of the Menzies Research Centre, Nick Cater, and the political editor of The Australian, Dennis Shanahan, about the changing face of Australia's conservative movement.
Late Debate: Arthur Sinodinos And Anthony Albanese
David Lipson speaks to industry minister Arthur Sinodinos and shadow infrastructure minister Anthony Albanese about the week's key political events.
Family Searching For Answers Five Years After Son's Pearl Diving Death
Australia's pearling industry has a chequered history, but it's the industry's recent past that's been under the spotlight in Perth. A coroner is investigating the death of a 22-year-old diver in 2012, employed by the country's largest pearling company, Paspaley. Courtney Bembridge reports.
Chatline: How You Saw The Week
From the deadly Manchester Arena explosion to our growing tech addiction, Jamie Cummins takes a look back at some of the stories you responded to this week.
The Blockade Of Qatar
Qatar remains cut off from its key trading partners by four powerful Gulf states, including Saudi Arabia. As the blockade continues, Lateline's Michael Vincent explores the key reasons for the escalation in tension.
Middle East Expert On Qatar Crisis
London's Chatham House's Peter Salisbury says there is no evidence that Doha gives money directly to Islamic State terrorists but Qatar does provide indirect support to extremist groups. He says Donald Trump's administration has given Saudi Arabia confidence to move against Qatar.
Vanessa Redgrave's Refugee Documentary
Screen legend Vanessa Redgrave outlines the reasons why she has directed a documentary about Europe's refugee crisis. The documentary called Sea Sorrow is a blend of Shakespeare, history and personal essay.
In the outback Queensland town of Mt Isa, rugby league is a way of life. For many young indigenous players, the footy field is not only a place of pride, but a gateway to better things. Hosted by Karla Grant.
Stories include, 'Boston bombings', 'Aftermath of blasts', 'Witness recognised smell of explosives', 'Earthquake rocks Iran', '37 killed in Iraq', 'Windsor and Oakeshott back Gonski', 'Inquiry into prevention rather than prison' and 'Texas experience with justice reinvestment'.
Stories include, 'Peter Beattie is the PM's pick for Forde', 'Radioactive water pours into the Pacific', 'Royal Commission calls for submissions on Towards Healing', 'Francis Sullivan interview', 'Violence feared as government moves against protestors' and 'Cricketers deny tampering with bats'.
Stories include, 'Fiji furious about PNG solution', 'Fentanyl killing users', 'Australians pay too much for technology', 'Morsi's supporters will not backdown', 'Pope calls for integration of gays', 'Climate change could cost 60 trillion dollars', 'Climate economist warns of impact of climate change' and 'Bombers have the blues'.
Stories include, 'Unemployment hits 10 year high', 'Victorian government gives SPC $22 million', 'Father kills son at cricket practice', 'Police plead for calm', 'Car manufacturing in Australia is effectively dead', 'China conducts military exercises in Indian Ocean' and 'Belgium to vote on children's right to die'.
Stories include, 'Duelling promises', 'Treasurer says Labor is investing in the future', 'High Court examines the role of 'background' in sentencing', 'Labor's hope for Leichhardt' and 'Parents gain access to son's body'.
Stories include, 'Go with Gonski', 'Australian Vaccination Network told to change its name', 'Doubts about Galilee Basin', 'Government should honour pre-election commitment on education reform', 'Tens of thousands protest in Bangkok' and '$1.5 million Australian expedition to Antarctica'.
Stories include, 'Subs from where?', 'Brickworks had access to Credlin', 'Quick fixes don't work', 'UN Commissioner criticises immigration policy', 'Sensible healthcare reforms are necessary', 'Small majority favour split' and 'Death of Harry Evans'.
Stories include, 'Abbott prepared to talk to crossbenchers', 'Abbott meets Muslim leaders', 'Courts pay better than the Church', 'Naplan results', 'Cambodia not suitable for any refugees', 'Mosul dam recaptured', 'National Guard called to Ferguson' and 'Leaving soon'.
Stories include, 'President Obama authorises air strikes on ISIS militants in Iraq', 'Israel strikes Gaza amid rocket fire', 'Government threatens retaliatory sanctions against Russia', 'Audio recordings reveal Richard Nixon's strategies', 'Richard Nixon ordered illegal break-in before Watergate' and 'Composer Peter Sculthorpe dies aged 85'.
With guests John Waters, Christopher Pyne, Peter FitzSimons, Sarah Darmody and HG Nelson, plus guest hosts Lehmo and Meshel Laurie, and stories on the Penrith Panthers' dress code, Private Dafter's ANZAC medals and online defamation.
Stories include, 'UN critical of Tasmania's plan to manage forests', 'Gut instinct: Stomach bacteria linked to overall wellbeing', 'Interview: Environment Minister Greg Hunt' and 'Interview: Giulia Enders'.
Stories include, 'The serious issue of self regulation for surgeons in Australia - does the system work?', 'Panel debate: Dr Sally Cockburn, GP and health advocate, and independent Senator Nick Xenophon' and 'Victim of cold case serial rapist sentenced to jail speaks of her relief that her attacker was caught'.
Stories include, 'Interview: Martin Chulov, Middle East Correspondent for the Guardian newspaper', 'A businessman accused of ripping off foreign students is continuing to run his operation despite facing charges of fraud and misconduct' and 'Movie makers from the 'big smoke' take their skills to regional Australia to make TV ads with a difference'.
Stories include, 'Immigration Department under scrutiny over botched Border Force operation and the case of Abyan', 'Interview: Professor Gillian Triggs, president of the Australian Human Rights Commission' and 'Interview: Ehud Yaari, an international fellow at the Washington Institute and one of the most authoritative Middle East analysts'.
Stories include, 'Interview: David Lipson, Lateline Political Correspondent', 'Where did we come from? The new evidence on the origins of modern man' and 'Interview: Darren Curnoe, evolutionary scientist'.
Stories include, 'Government outlines plans for NBN', 'Turnbull dodged the question of new head for NBN Co', 'Under control', 'Some of the attackers could be Americans', 'Al Shabaad hoping to provoke an international backlash against Somalia' and 'Bishop on the world stage'.
Stories include 'Bill Shorten is facing one of his first major tests as Labor leader', 'The Sydney businessman allegedly praying on foreign students trying to get a work visa', 'Stephen Conroy discusses NBN and working with the construction industry', 'Army cadet who secretly filmed sex and streamed it to his colleagues implicated in another sex scandal' and 'A man found in Perth flat, two years after his death'.
Stories include, 'Ceasefire broken by fierce fighting', 'Fighting stops police', 'Airlines need independent advice', 'Massacres must stop', 'Detention of children is abuse' and 'ACCC to ensure carbon tax savings are passed on'.
Stories include, 'Sanctions possible over 'occupied' East Jerusalem', 'Funding chaplains is unconstitutional', 'Obama could order airstrikes on Iraq', ' US should not rush into airstrikes against Iraq', ' Jackson defends management of slush fund' and 'Muckaty plan dumped'.
Stories include, 'US health officials grilled over handling of Ebola crisis', 'Ebola expert Sean Kaufman on Liberia's Ebola crisis', 'Powerful committee demands changes to anti-terrorism legislation', 'Queensland man charged with planning terrorist attack in Australia', 'Federal police sued for alleged rough handling during Sydney anti-terror raids', 'Top policewoman investigated over role in Catholic church sex abuse', 'Sydney University suspends professor over racist emails', 'Lawyers train to observe police handling of G20 demonstrators' and 'Music school transforms the lives of Baltimore's kids'.
Stories include, 'More evidence rebels shot down flight MH17', 'Interview: MH17 victim's father Hans de Borst', 'Kununurra leaders keen to trial healthy welfare card' and 'Interview: Parliamentary Secretary Alan Tudge'.
Calls for the PM to intervene over the possible closure of remote Indigenous communities; a new program creating opportunities for Indigenous youth in Far North Queensland and students showcase their talents 30,000 feet in the air.
Stories include, 'Federal and State Governments duck for cover over cancellation of major operation in Melbourne', 'Interview: Hamish Fitzsimmons, Lateline's Melbourne reporter', 'Women's advocacy network says the drug ice is has taken over from heroin as the key drug addiction among females going to jail' and 'Interview: Laurie Penny, journalist and author'.
Stories include, 'Key events from a dramatic day at Parliament House', 'Interview: Assistant Treasurer Josh Frydenberg', 'The rise and fall of Tony Abbott' and 'Interview: Manager of Opposition Business Tony Burke'.
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