• ‘I was dealing with an enraged animal’: the road rage epidemic taking over Australia
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    ‘I was dealing with an enraged animal’: the road rage epidemic taking over Australia

    Hardly a week goes by without road rage making headlines somewhere in Australia. All-in brawls, rage-fuelled attacks, and weapons of all kinds. Our roads are busier than ever – with people rushing to work, hurrying home, and endless traffic jams, it’s the perfect recipe for conflict.

  • 'I'm not in pain any more': Why women are now opting to have their breast implants removed
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    'I'm not in pain any more': Why women are now opting to have their breast implants removed

    Nicola used to have breast implants, and after having them removed last year, says her mind is clearer, and her body healthier. “Every day is a new beginning for me,” Nicola explains to Sunday Night’s Alex Cullen. Nicola was suffering from something that still isn’t officially recognised by most in

  • 'Having my implants removed was the best decision I ever made': One woman's experience with breast implant illness
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    'Having my implants removed was the best decision I ever made': One woman's experience with breast implant illness

    Mel Ward is a 37-year-old mother of two who recently had her breast implants removed. At nine weeks post op from having the breast implants removed, my health results have been nothing short of dramatic, physically and mentally! Since the brain fog has lifted my memory is sharper, and my anxiety and

  • African Gangs – Part 1
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    African Gangs – Part 1

    Barely a week goes by when there’s not a report in the news. African gangs running riot, terrorising, robbing, wreaking havoc. Yet we live in such politically correct times that, in Victoria, police have been loath to admit there’s even a problem. But there is. Just ask Melbourne widow Elaine French

  • African Gangs – Part 2
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    African Gangs – Part 2

    Barely a week goes by when there’s not a report in the news. African gangs running riot, terrorising, robbing, wreaking havoc. Yet we live in such politically correct times that, in Victoria, police have been loath to admit there’s even a problem. But there is. Just ask Melbourne widow Elaine French

  • ‘I had the gun at my head’: the dangerous criminal gangs roaming Australia’s streets
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    ‘I had the gun at my head’: the dangerous criminal gangs roaming Australia’s streets

    For many in Melbourne, groups of dangerous, criminal gangs are causing trouble within local communities. Serious crimes like home invasions, violent armed robberies, vicious assaults and lawless rampages have been committed. Melbourne widow Elaine French is a broken woman.

  • Death from Above - Part 1
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    Death from Above - Part 1

    It was a bolt from the blue. One minute the sky was clear, the next a violent electrical storm swept across the outback. Newlyweds Jess and Antony van der Meer were out hiking along Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory when the storm appeared without warning. There was no time to shelter before the

  • Death from Above - Part 2
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    Death from Above - Part 2

    It was a bolt from the blue. One minute the sky was clear, the next a violent electrical storm swept across the outback. Newlyweds Jess and Antony van der Meer were out hiking along Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory when the storm appeared without warning. There was no time to shelter before the

  • Death from Above - Part 3
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    Death from Above - Part 3

    It was a bolt from the blue. One minute the sky was clear, the next a violent electrical storm swept across the outback. Newlyweds Jess and Antony van der Meer were out hiking along Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory when the storm appeared without warning. There was no time to shelter before the

  • ‘The loudest bang you’ve ever heard’: tragedy strikes with deadly lightning storms
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    ‘The loudest bang you’ve ever heard’: tragedy strikes with deadly lightning storms

    Kings Canyon, central Australia. It’s a fiercely hot summer afternoon. A young couple and their family explore the stunning rich, red landscape. But in the distance, a storm is building – fast.

  • SUNDAY NIGHT EXTRA: Death from Above
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    SUNDAY NIGHT EXTRA: Death from Above

    They call lightning an Act of God – an uncontrollable natural force. In legal terms, its destruction is blameless and unpreventable. But when a fatal Act of God struck an oval in Adelaide, it put a church group’s beliefs to the ultimate test.

  • Healer or hoax? Putting Charlie Goldsmith’s abilities to the test
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    Healer or hoax? Putting Charlie Goldsmith’s abilities to the test

    Charlie says he can heal them all his energy alone. Sunday Night spent months investigating Charlie’s claims, putting him to the test in front of two respected doctors. Hayley Cafarella has been living a private kind of hell.

  • Healer or Hoax - Part 1
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    Healer or Hoax - Part 1

    To his believers, he’s known simply as ‘The Healer’. Charlie Goldsmith claims he possesses a mysterious energy that can cure the sick using just his mind. The self-proclaimed energy healer from Melbourne says he can end chronic pain, cure crippling arthritis, even save lives. And he has plenty of patients

  • Healer or Hoax - Part 2
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    Healer or Hoax - Part 2

    To his believers, he’s known simply as ‘The Healer’. Charlie Goldsmith claims he possesses a mysterious energy that can cure the sick using just his mind. The self-proclaimed energy healer from Melbourne says he can end chronic pain, cure crippling arthritis, even save lives. And he has plenty of patients

  • Healer or Hoax - Part 3
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    Healer or Hoax - Part 3

    To his believers, he’s known simply as ‘The Healer’. Charlie Goldsmith claims he possesses a mysterious energy that can cure the sick using just his mind. The self-proclaimed energy healer from Melbourne says he can end chronic pain, cure crippling arthritis, even save lives. And he has plenty of patients

  • World’s oldest cold case: the murder mystery dating back 5,300 years
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    World’s oldest cold case: the murder mystery dating back 5,300 years

    On the top of a deserted glacier on the border of Italy and Austria, a brutal murder has taken place. One of Europe’s best detectives, Chief Inspector Alex Horn, is on the case. Ötzi had a wound in his shoulder from an arrow that was never found, and stab marks on his right hand.

  • The Iceman - Part 1
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    The Iceman - Part 1

    It’s the ultimate cold case. The body of a man is found buried in the snow, high on a remote mountain range. But this is no accident – he’s been murdered. His body though has been snap frozen in the ice, perfectly preserved, providing compelling clues to his fate. And it soon turns out, this is a murder

  • The Iceman - Part 2
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    The Iceman - Part 2

    It’s the ultimate cold case. The body of a man is found buried in the snow, high on a remote mountain range. But this is no accident – he’s been murdered. His body though has been snap frozen in the ice, perfectly preserved, providing compelling clues to his fate. And it soon turns out, this is a murder

  • “We heard a loud piercing scream… and a NO!”: Witnesses tell a different version of events over the Gold Coast woman’s balcony death
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    “We heard a loud piercing scream… and a NO!”: Witnesses tell a different version of events over the Gold Coast woman’s balcony death

    Bree Robinson, a twenty-one-year-old Gold Coast Titans cheerleader fell eleven storeys to her death in 2013, and, the only person in the room with her that night was her boyfriend, Dan Shearin. Over the past few months, Sunday Night has tracked down the many witnesses who tell a very different story

  • ‘I thought he was dangerous’: Aaron Cockman speaks out on his devastation from the Margaret River massacre
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    ‘I thought he was dangerous’: Aaron Cockman speaks out on his devastation from the Margaret River massacre

    Aaron Cockman has endured more than most people could handle. His father-in-law, Peter Miles, had done the unthinkable: murdered his wife, his daughter, his four grandkids, before shooting himself. A tragedy in Western Australia – the tourist town of Margaret River – that became the worst mass shooting

  • A Family Madness - Part 1
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    A Family Madness - Part 1

    Just what drove Peter Miles to commit the worst mass shooting since Port Arthur? It’s a question everyone has been asking since Miles murdered his family last month near the idyllic seaside town of Margaret River in Western Australia. He shot his four grandchildren, his daughter and his wife before turning

  • A Family Madness - Part 2
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    A Family Madness - Part 2

    Just what drove Peter Miles to commit the worst mass shooting since Port Arthur? It’s a question everyone has been asking since Miles murdered his family last month near the idyllic seaside town of Margaret River in Western Australia. He shot his four grandchildren, his daughter and his wife before turning

  • The mad scientist behind the world’s first human head transplant
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    The mad scientist behind the world’s first human head transplant

    'Death does not sit well with me. We are playing god. We are tampering with the order, with natural order.'

  • Head to Head – Part 1
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    Head to Head – Part 1

    Meet the modern-day Dr Frankenstein who is about to carry out the most radical surgery ever – transplanting a human head. Flamboyant Italian physician Professor Sergio Canavero says he has now perfected the techniques required to perform this previously impossible surgery. The doctor says it will allow

  • Head to Head - Part 2
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    Head to Head - Part 2

    Meet the modern-day Dr Frankenstein who is about to carry out the most radical surgery ever – transplanting a human head. Flamboyant Italian physician Professor Sergio Canavero says he has now perfected the techniques required to perform this previously impossible surgery. The doctor says it will allow