Deadly Future

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With more Indigenous kids graduating Year 12 than ever before, what’s it like to achieve success after generations of struggle? In this NAIDOC week special, First Nations trailblazers from across music, sport, media, science and business discuss breaking ground, the road to success and their advice to the next generation.

Financial Scams

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Australians have reportedly been scammed out of a massive $489 million in 2018 with investment scams and romance scams topping the chart. And this is only the tip of the iceberg. So how do Australians protect themselves and what recourse is there if you do get scammed?


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Judges must assess an offender’s remorse, and if they find it’s genuine, they can reduce their sentence. This Insight episode: judges, ex-criminals and victims discuss why does remorse matter, and how it's shown.

Pet Power

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Guide dogs for the visually impaired were once the most common type of assistance animal. Now animals are being used to help people with a range of physical and mental impairments including Autism, PTSD and epilepsy. But with increasing use has come the need for changes to laws and regulation.

Season 2019 Episode 16 - To Have And Withhold 2018 Rpt

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Jenny Brockie takes a look at why people are getting financial agreements, and explores just how binding they are.

Transgender Teenagers

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Figuring out who you are is a major part of teenagehood. But what would you do if being yourself also means changing your gender? It’s estimated 1.2 per cent of school-aged kids identify as transgender. So, how are young people navigating the typical hurdles of adolescence - fitting in, dating, hormones and mental health -...

Weight Loss Surgery

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Nearly two thirds of Australians are overweight or obese and more of us are turning to surgery to deal with the problem. Insight explores how medical professionals decide who should be eligible for the life-changing surgery and how we measure its success.

Promised Brides

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In the 1950s, 60s and 70s thousands of young women from Greece and Italy crossed the world by boat to marry a man from their homeland who’d already migrated to Australia. These promised brides had usually only seen a photo of the groom before making this life-changing decision to marry a stranger.

Preventing Teen Suicide

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Suicide is the leading cause of death in 15-24 year olds and the numbers are rising. But it’s a subject we’re often too scared to raise with the young people in our lives. It’s not an easy topic but it’s important to discuss openly and hear from teens who’ve attempted to take their own lives about what they needed at the t...

Cost Of Living

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Electricity prices have increased by more than 100 per cent, underemployment is at an historic high and wage growth is stagnant. With the 2019 federal election looming, Insight finds out how these factors might play out when Australians go to the polls.