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It's a passenger aircraft so advanced that the chance of it falling out of the sky is unthinkable. But on a stormy June night in 2009 that's just what happened to an Air France A330.
A Cultural Revolution
There's an old Chinese proverb that says women hold up half the sky. And in China today, there are plenty of tough, independent and very wealthy women who seem to prove it.
This is a story about Indonesia's jungle orphanage. It's not for humans, but for baby orangutans. Here hundreds of incredibly cute, but sadly orphaned orangutans are getting a second chance at life.
The People Smuggler
He's the people smuggling kingpin who helped load 400 people onto the doomed Siev X that sank on its way to Christmas Island. Now we've tracked him down.
Dear Mum, Love Turia
Celestine Vaite nurtured her daughter, Turia Pitt, back to health after Turia was severely burnt while competing in an ultra-marathon. For Mother's Day, Turia has written a letter to say 'thank you'.
Navy clearance diver Paul de Gelder lost his arm and leg in a bull shark attack in Sydney Harbour in 2009. Now, he has one score to settle and that's to go face to face with his nemesis.
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood's heavyweights, successfully evolving from a child star over a career that has already spanned two decades.
In the bitter temperatures of winter, a growing number of adventurous climbers are now scaling frozen waterfalls. Even for the most experienced it is a serious test of their physical and mental skills.
Lauren Huxley is one of the great survival stories, a triumph of good over evil. Now aged 26, Lauren is getting her life back. She's working full-time, travelling overseas and there's even some baby news.
For most Australians Joel Madden is now a household name. As lead singer of American band Good Charlotte he'd already built a legion of fans, but in his role as a coach on
he's won over an audience not even he expected.
Ron Conley was last heard from on June 6, 1944 while on a top secret bombing mission. For Ron's family, what happened to this young Australian navigator and his crew mates has always been a mystery.
Top End Fashion
The reporters on this show can find themselves in all manner of sticky situations but Michael Usher never thought he'd be dangling from a helicopter and dropped straight onto a very angry saltwater crocodile.
It's almost too hard to fathom but every 15 minutes someone in Australia disappears. For the families left behind, the anguish of not knowing what's happened to their loved one, can be overwhelming.
Four years ago, we brought you the story of the brave and bubbly young boy, Levi McCormack. Since then, little Levi has gone on to attend school and recently had his 9th birthday.
Truth may be stranger than fiction but this story is simply gob-smacking. It begins with the disappearance of a teenage boy. But as you'll see, something's not quite right.
Big Man, Big Heart
David Foster is a World Champion woodchopper. He's the undisputed King of Australian Axemen. But three years ago, a family illness cut David Foster's life in half.
We eat more than 10 million chickens every single week. But the way most of them are raised is now the biggest animal welfare issue in Australia.
In 2005, both of Gill Hicks' legs were blown off during the terrorist attacks on London. Since that horrible day Gill has inspired the world with her superhuman recovery, her work to promote peace and her love of life.
Loss of Faith
It's been a momentous few weeks for Catholics with the election of Pope Francis. The new Pontiff faces a huge challenge - not least in rebuilding the shattered trust over wide-spread sexual assault of children by Catholic priests.
When Prime Minister Julia Gillard isn't fending off Kevin Rudd in the party room her fate rests with three independent MPs, who hold unprecedented power.
Murder at Cherry Tree Creek
It was a crime that never added up. A young woman named Vicki Arnold supposedly kills her best friend, Julie-Anne Leahy, on a lonely bush track in north Queensland, then turns the gun on herself.
To the police, she's a cold blooded killer. To her supporters, the victim of justice denied. Susan Neil-Fraser is serving 23 years in prison for the murder of her de facto husband and at first, it might seem like the perfect crime.
Holding Them Back
It's only six weeks since 300,000 Australian children took their first steps through the school gate. For many of their parents can be a niggling doubt - is their child ready?
For many families, putting enough food on the table is a struggle. And things will get worse before they get better. You see the world's got too many mouths to feed and we're fast running out of good farming land.
For Better or Worse
After 50 years together, you'd think Bill and Gladys Forward had seen-off all life could throw at them. That was until Gladys was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease 8 years ago.
We're still six months out from election day but if the polls are to be believed, Tony Abbott is destined to be elected Australia's 28th Prime Minister.
Iraq Ten Years On
It's been ten years since we followed America into war with Iraq. It was a war based on a lie that's cost more than a hundred thousand lives.
Fore and Against
It's been going on for thousands of years but it's still controversial. We are talking about male circumcision. Not only is it contentious, it's confusing. The only certainty in this debate - it's sure to raise hackles.
Wild at Heart
Forty years ago, a glamorous young Italian woman swapped her life of privilege for the wilds of Africa. And now, everything she has fought so hard to protect, is being threatened by the poachers' bullets.
Mention the name Clive Palmer and everything that comes to mind is BIG. Big money. Big ideas. Big opinions. One of Australia's richest men - he's also one of the most outspoken.
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