Seven month old twin, baby Gammy, made headlines around the world when he was abandoned in Thailand by his Australian parents. His surrogate mother claimed his biological parents rejected him because he was born with [More]
When Elvis Presley died in 1977, the official explanation was a heart attack but this 1979 special investigation reveals a massive coverup by police and medical authorities. WATCH more of 60 Minutes Australia: www.60minutes.com.au LIKE [More]
Despite being found innocent of wife’s murder on three separate occasions, Lloyd Rayney is still a doubted man in the eyes of the public. In an extended interview with Tara Brown, Lloyd reflects on being [More]
Are we alone in the universe? Or is there life out there? This question has long plagued mankind. NASA’s rovers, Spirit and Curiosity, have come very close to finding an answer, discovering evidence of water [More]
Progeria is a rare ageing disease that sees kids struck down by the same illnesses that cripple their grandparents. Most of them don’t live long enough to become teenagers but thanks to a medical breakthrough, [More]
In 2007 Tara Brown had the pleasure of meeting young Hayley Okines, who was diagnosed with a rare ageing disease called Progeria. In 2010 they caught up again, and the funny, gutsy girl’s story was [More]
Reporter Ian Leslie follows a young offender through a day in Parramatta Prison in which veteran convicts undertake to show him just how hard prison life can be. The potential delinquent is warned in strong [More]
Mother of two, Corryn Rayney was found killed and buried in a Perth park. Police declared her husband, Lloyd, as the only suspect and became consumed with proving his guilt. Now after proving his innocence [More]
Julian Assange is Australia’s most famous asylum seeker. The Wikileaks founder fled to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he’s wanted for questioning over allegations of rape. He believes it’s [More]
‘It’s now been 11 long years, and someone has literally gotten away with murder’ Lloyd Rayney’s acquittal of his wife’s murder appears to have done little to shift the West Australian police’s view that he’s [More]