Nurses Lorraine Wilson and Wendy Evans disappeared on a gap year in Queensland, 40 years ago. Now, 60 Minutes reveals what really happened to them and how the killers have escaped justice.
Bollywood churns out over a thousand films a year and sells 15 million cinema tickets a day. Now, they're all lining up to watch Aussie Pallavi Sharda. She's a lawyer who's traded the suits and courts of Melbourne for the costumes and movie lots of Mumbai.
Comedienne Mary Coustas and her husband George Betsis are finally happy parents to a healthy baby girl. Theirs is one of the most difficult stories to tell, because despite all of Effie's on stage jokes, Mary's private battle to become a mother has been heartbreaking.
Levi McCormack was a rare spirit.
A little boy with a beautiful smile, which hid a debilitating heart and lung condition.
You've seen the horrific pictures of the dolphin killing cove in Japan but now there’s a bigger prize being hunted. The local fishermen have successfully caught a rare albino dolphin and are shopping it round with an asking price of half a million dollars.
It's the spectacular rise and fall of Olympian Scott Miller. In the 90s he was the Golden Boy of swimming, but with success came women and drugs. Now, he breaks his 13 year silence as he tries to rebuild his life.
Chris Boyd was savagely killed by a great white shark last November. As debate over the plan to cull sharks heats up, 60 Minutes speaks to his grieving girlfriend who says something needs to be done to stop more people dying.
It's a foul-tasting, vomit-inducing concoction but it's got thousands queuing to try it. Ayahuasca is an hallucinogenic cocktail made from jungle vines and everyone is trekking deep into the Amazon to test its supposedly magic properties.
It's a sport called slacklining and Liz Hayes reckons just watching it is a terrifying experience. It defies gravity and belief. One man, a bouncy rope and nothing between him and the rocky canyon - hundreds of metres below.
Michael McEwen was attacked by cowards at Bondi Beach just before Christmas. He spent more than a week in a coma as his family held a bedside vigil, knowing his life hung in the balance. Now, he speaks for the first time.
In the bitter temperatures of winter, a growing number of adventurous and audacious climbers around the world are now scaling frozen waterfalls. As they cling to brittle ice, their every move is heart-stopping - one false step and they can fall to their death.
For less than a thousand dollars, you can now own a 3D printer, hook it up to your home computer and make anything your mind can imagine. But with the good, also comes potential for bad and any number of experts are willing to show you how.
No-one, least of all The Rolling Stones themselves, could have imagined that they'd still be together 50 years after first starting out. But, half a century on, they are the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band of all time. And they can't stop touring the world.
It's difficult to imagine the size of a blue whale until you come alongside one. They are the biggest creature to have ever lived. Hunted almost to extinction just a few decades ago, we're now missing vital information about how to protect the blue whale.
It was the comedy hit of 2011. The Hang Over Part II grossed $600 million at the box office. But behind the scenes the laughs turned to tragedy when Aussie Scott McLean was nearly killed in a stunt that went terribly wrong.
Imagine not being able to feel any pain. That's the case for two amazing young girls called Ashlyn and Gabby. The idea of being pain free sounds extraordinary but when you hear their stories you might change your mind.
Some experts are calling it the asbestos of the airline industry - it can result in a range of serious health problems, even death. It's called Aerotoxic Syndrome and it's caused by breathing contaminated cabin air.
What should have been the happiest time for Olympic gold medallist Alisa Camplin, turned into tragedy two and a half years ago. She and husband Oliver became proud first time parents. But baby Finnan was born with congenital heart disease, and despite his extraordinary will to live, died after just 10 days.
In 1948 and an unidentified body was found on Adelaide's Somerton Beach. Now, 65 years after he was buried there are moves to exhume him in an attempt to finally solve this lingering Cold War Mystery
As science and technology rapidly advance, we're being faced with greater ethical dilemmas. Now it's about life after death. Liz Hayes has just met two women desperate to have children to their dearly departed.