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The Australian Federal Police's Victim Identification Team is worthy of a lot of praise, but not a lot of people know about it or consider the fact that the work they do is extremely traumatic work done by real people. Kirsty Clarke and Kate Laidler are both a part of the team, and they talk to 10 News First's Chloe Bouras about this unenviable but…
 
"I'm nobody's puppet, nobody's girl! In the final episode of this season of Women of the House, Stela talks to Kristina Keneally about her perspective on the culture in parliament and what it means to have been the first woman premier of New South Wales. Reported by Stela Todorovic Produced by Sydney Pead See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-o…
 
A minister's hand on her knee during a late-night vote at Parliament House left Julia Banks shocked. If this could happen to her, a 52-year-old corporate lawyer-turned-MP, who else is it happening to? Julia Banks opens about the sexism and bullying that lead to her resignation from the Liberal party, and this government's "women problem." In respon…
 
Having suffered from family violence, Lidia Thorpe was a survivor many times over before she entered politics and became Victoria's first and only First Nations senator. But her battle with harassment was far from over. Instead, she says she's one of many women in Canberra who have fallen victim to the sexism, entitlement, and inappropriate behavio…
 
Tanya Plibersek has always been proud of her time in government, except for one major regret: she feels she and the Australian Labor Party let down their former leader Julia Gillard by ignoring the torrent of sexism and misogyny she faced. Now with Parliament's workplace culture under the microscope in the wake of sexual assault allegations, she ad…
 
Sarah Hanson-Young's biggest and most public battle with sexism came via a defamation lawsuit against former Liberal-Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm. A targeted media blitz in 2018 put her at the centre of a slut-shaming campaign. But the war started long before and has been raging since she entered politics aged just 25. Behind the closed doors …
 
Three-year-old Tharnicaa has been living on Christmas Island for almost two years with her asylum-seeking family. Her recent medical flight to a Perth hospital suffering with undiagnosed pneumonia and sepsis has highlighted the family's treatment in detention and the desperate situation for refugees in offshore centres. George Newhouse, a human rig…
 
Most of Australia's biggest cities have seen snap COVID-19 lockdowns, but none as frequently or devastatingly as Melbourne. Today, the people of the Victorian capital entered their fourth lockdown since the beginning of the pandemic as part of state-wide measures to curb a growing number of cases. But why does this keep happening in Melbourne? Is i…
 
From whipping up his first garment on his mum’s Singer Treadle when he was 10, Aurelio Costarella’s first love was always fashion. For more than 30 years he was one of Australia’s top fashion designers. A regular and popular fixture at Sydney and New York Fashion Weeks, his clothes were favoured by celebrities all over the world, and he was inducte…
 
As a young boy, Professor Graeme Clark's school teacher asked "What do you want to do when you grow up?" He replied "I want to fix ears." So began his lifelong pursuit to break down the barriers of profound deafness with the invention of the multiple-channel cochlear implant. Professor Clark, now 85 years-old, reflects on achieving his childhood dr…
 
When four children are killed in a horrifying car crash in Sydney, the grieving families discover peace in forgiving the driver just hours afterwards. Their tonic to deep pain and profound loss raises philosophical questions. What is it to forgive? And, if wronged in the most devastating way are all of us capable of forgiving the unforgivable? Stor…
 
Walter Williams was like so many young Aussie blokes when World War 2 broke out: he felt it was his duty to serve. After his training and some time in the regular army, he sailed on the Aquatania into Singapore Harbour in December 1941. Next came an incredible series of events, all of which showed Walter's amazing fortitude and makes it clearer why…
 
In 2012, Private Robert Poate, Lance Corporal Stjepan Milosevic and Sapper James Martino were killed at their base at Tarin Kowt in Uruzgan province in a so-called 'green on blue' attack. Hekmatullah, part of the Afghan National Army stationed in the base, opened fire on a group of Aussie soldiers as they were playing cards. Robert's father Hugh Po…
 
In 2012, 18-year-old Thomas Kelly was killed in a senseless act of violence on the streets of Kings Cross. It became the final blow in a long-held battle to clean up the notorious party hotspot, which had become infamous for brawls and bad behaviour. Almost 9 years on from his oldest son's death, and as the last of the lock-out laws are repealed, R…
 
It’s Mardi Gras time in Sydney. The theme this year is Rise, and after such a tough 12 months there is plenty to rise for, especially as this is one of the first major Pride events to be staged around the world since COVID-19 started. Kate Doak is a transgender woman living out and proud in Sydney and is passionate about ending transphobia and othe…
 
What is the origin of climate change denial and why are conspiracy theories that deny its existence still so potent and popular? This is the second episode of a two-part series on misinformation and conspiracy theory, hosted by Hugh Riminton, created by journalists Olivia Rosenman and Antony Loewenstein. What’s the role of big business and media in…
 
In the first of this two-part series hosted by 10 News First’s Hugh Riminton, journalists Olivia Rosenman and Antony Loewenstein look at the anti-vax movement and its various manifestations. Will Covid-19, and the speed of the new vaccines, fuel the movement's growth? How will people’s attitudes be shaped by their existing understanding of, and ide…
 
Jake Weatherald has starred on some of the biggest stages in Australian cricket, but success doesn’t always mean happiness. In this interview excerpt, Weatherald candidly talks 10 News First reporter Max Burford through his ongoing struggles with depression and anxiety. If you need help with issues in your life, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.…
 
The Claremont killings gripped Western Australia and the country in the 90’s. In the space of fifteen months, three women (Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon) all disappeared from the Claremont area in Perth after being out with friends. The bodies of only two of the women were found. Paul Ferguson is the former homicide detective who led …
 
Bullied from a young age for being gay, Eammon Ashton-Atkinson moved to the UK in search of a better life. He found his tribe in the form of the Steelers, the world’s first gay rugby club. Proving that being gay and playing sport actually does mix, Eammon decided to document the club as it took part in the world tournament of gay rugby - The Bingha…
 
Pamela Young, the leader of Strike Force Reddan which was created to solve the cold case of the Family Court bombings, walks 10 News First's Lia Harris through how her team finally caught Leonard Warwick. Story by Lia Harris Produced and edited by Stuart Buckland If you would like to speak to a domestic violence counsellor please contact 1800 RESPE…
 
A spate of shootings and bombings targeting Family Court judges in the early 1980's had people working in the justice system terrified. Andrea, a mother whose case for divorce was going through the Family Courts at the time, was also experiencing terror at the hand of her former partner, Leonard Warwick. The Lead Detective that began re-examining t…
 
Ros Hodgkins set up Cult Information and Family Services in the early 1990s after her daughter became involved with a religious organisation in the US. For the past 30 years she has, through CIFS, been helping people leave organisations like the Plymouth Brethren and providing support as they adjust to a new life on the ‘outside’. But there’s so mu…
 
Matt Cook was brought up in the Exclusive Brethren (now known as Plymouth Brethren). The Brethren is a religious organisation, often referred to as a cult, known for its controlling and conservative ways. Very few people born into the Brethren leave. As a gay man growing up in the church in Western Australia, Matt knew he was different - and he kne…
 
The Chamberlain case is the stuff of legend. A baby goes missing from a campsite at the base of Uluru, then known as Ayers Rock, on a family holiday, the mother claiming the infant was taken by a wild dingo. But it took 32 years, numerous inquests, a trial, a conviction and a royal commission before Lindy Chamberlain was cleared of murdering her ba…
 
What's going on with the economy right now because of COVID-19 can be a little overwhelming. Better the devil you know, than the devil you don't so 10 News First Finance Reporter Gillian Bowen has picked the brains of two economists to explain how the pandemic's tentacles are impacting your hip pocket. Su-Lin Ong, Chief Economist at RBC Capital Mar…
 
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