This program is an epic story of droughts and flooding rains and a young pastoralist's dream to restore his beloved landscape.
Jessie Taylor is a human rights barrister who grew up in a comfortable 'right wing' middle class Melbourne family. Her mother Jillian was opposed to asylum seekers who she saw as queue jumpers.
One suicide is a tragedy. But what happens when a community is rocked by a series of suicides, one after another, all of them young people?
We hear from the adult world all the time about what poverty is and how to fix it, but rarely from the children who experience it.
How authorities are failing to protect women and children in mortal danger, and failing to prevent their partners' homicidal rage.
Lose your job in Australia and there's a good chance there will be a safety net to catch you. The Newstart allowance, Medicare benefits, along with other programs provide help.
Australians love a bargain, but what's the real cost of cheap clothes from the sweat shops in Bangladesh?
Every hour of every day, our digital interactions are being recorded and logged.
Nelson Mandela promised a South Africa based on freedom and equality.
While debate rages over Australia's border security, there's growing evidence that the greatest threat to Australia's national security potentially comes from foreign computer hackers.
Australia's economy - and unemployment rate - might be the envy of countries around the world, but it doesn't mean poverty and unemployment have been eradicated.
Directed by Maya Newell, Growing up Gayby follows director Maya Newell who was raised by two mothers, and charts her journey as she explores the impact of gay parenting.
Madison Stewart is a young woman with a passion for a creature of the deep that strikes fear in the hearts of most people - sharks.
Selected Episodes and clips from The Checkout are available from ABC Library Sales.
It's amazing to think that in the 1900s a mere tenth of the world's population lived and worked in cities. Today, it's more than half.
Go behind the headlines and inside the heads of young Aussies as they experience the fun, anxiety, hope and confusion of Schoolies on the Gold Coast and in Bali.
Mental illness is no laughing matter. But then again, sometimes it can be.