7.30

Save to playlist
Share video
Create Clip
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
image/svg+xml
7.30: December 12, 2018
December 12, 2018
ABC  |  December 12, 2018

How did Kathleen Folbigg's children die?
Kathleen Folbigg has been branded Australia's worst female serial killer, after being convicted of killing all four of her children. But her case has always been controversial. Now a judicial inquiry is going to be held into her convictions. And, for the first time, a friend of Kathy Folbigg's recounts a frightening incident when she thought that one of Kathy's children was going to die on her watch.

Labor's negative gearing policy
After criticism of from Scott Morrison and Aussie Home Loans founder, John Symond, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen defends Labor's negative gearing policy and says it will put first home buyers on a level playing field.
The great debate over negative gearing
The Labor party has promise to remove negative gearing tax breaks for new investor who want to buy existing properties. But with property prices already falling in Melbourne and Sydney, there is heated debate over what those changes might have on the property market.
Exchange program
An exchange program between two primary schools is giving students the chance to see a very different way of life. One school is in one of Sydney's beachside suburbs, the other, almost three thousand kilometres away in central Australia.

How did Kathleen Folbigg's children die?
Kathleen Folbigg has been branded Australia's worst female serial killer, after being convicted of killing all four of her children. But her case has always been controversial. Now a judicial inquiry is going to be held into her convictions. And, for the first time, a friend of Kathy Folbigg's recounts a frightening incident when she thought that one of Kathy's children was going to die on her watch.

Labor's negative gearing policy
After criticism of from Scott Morrison and Aussie Home Loans founder, John Symond, Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen defends Labor's negative gearing policy and says it will put first home buyers on a level playing field.
The great debate over negative gearing
The Labor party has promise to remove negative gearing tax breaks for new investor who want to buy existing properties. But with property prices already falling in Melbourne and Sydney, there is heated debate over what those changes might have on the property market.
Exchange program
An exchange program between two primary schools is giving students the chance to see a very different way of life. One school is in one of Sydney's beachside suburbs, the other, almost three thousand kilometres away in central Australia.

Save to playlist

Videos in series

See all in series

News and current affairs related videos

See all news and current affairs related videos
Loading...