Finally, some hope for the families of children with Autism: a school on the Gold Coast is making enormous steps forward and transforming the lives of kids like Max, the Autistic son of former footy legend Mat Rogers and his ex-model wife Chloe.
On the ground and in the air with professional crocodile egg harvester Matt Wright as choppers in to remote croc nests to confront some very angry mums armed only with a big stick. He’s incredibly laidback about his job, but as you’ll see, it’s risky business.
Dylan Hockley was only six when he and 19 of his fellow students were killed by a crazed gunman at Sandy Hook Elementary School last December. Mike Willesee speaks to Dylan's mother, who has vowed to fight for stronger gun controls on behalf of her son.
Sunday Night reporter Ross Coulthart travels to New York to interview best-selling author Dan Brown.
A nursing home outside of Amsterdam may hold the key to alleviating the pain of dementia sufferers.
One brave Australian woman returns to the scene of a horrific kidnapping ordeal in South America.
This is a remarkable story of how one simple wrong choice can affect the lives of so many people.
SUNDAY: The grieving mother of one child killed in last year's Sandy Hook school massacre pleads for US gun control: http://t.co/fj1INInb65
RT @alextcullen: A mystery unlocked? http://t.co/pjCzz8QYQI @sundaynighton7 #SN7
SUNDAY: Doctors said Carly's Autism was so severe she'd never communicate properly - not true, as @alextcullen found: http://t.co/uTcdUVnJUW
Finally, some hope for the families of children with Autism. Here in Australia a school on the outskirts of Brisbane is making enormous steps forward and transforming the lives of kids like Max.Watch preview »
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