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60 Minutes Australia
yesterday at 00:30. Facebook
Can Emma stay female forever?

7.00 SUNDAY on #60Mins | The brave 12-year-old's fight to permanently transition to life as a woman.
60 Minutes Australia
12/08/2016 at 00:20. Facebook
Iconic music legend, Boy George & Culture Club has today announced that he is joining Seal and Delta Goodrem as a Coach on season six of The Voice Australia!

Earlier this year, the influential 80’s icon opened up to #60Mins on the highs and lows of his singing and performing career. | Full story: bit.ly/2gWKIvV
60 Minutes Australia
12/06/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
In 1995, Charles Wooley met a tribe of young Australians who called themselves ‘The Ferals’. They were young, mostly from middle-class homes, who’d turned their backs on the 20th century and were living off the land.

'The Ferals' provoked one of largest reactions #60Mins has ever received - At home, you were outraged. | Full episode: bit.ly/2g0Dbs3
60 Minutes Australia
12/06/2016 at 00:47. Facebook
Multi-millionaire Dick Smith has today warned Australia will be “destroyed” if One Nation leader, Pauline Hanson’s immigration policies aren’t taken seriously. Do you agree?

Earlier this year, #60Mins sat down with Pauline Hanson's Please Explain, arguably our most provocative politician, as she celebrated her resurgence into Australian politics. | Full story: bit.ly/2cG8nz5
60 Minutes Australia
12/05/2016 at 08:30. Facebook
"While the idea of a super memory might sound appealing, it can also be a curse."

Need to CATCH UP on #60Mins? Allison Langdon met Becky Sharrock, the first and only Australian diagnosed with Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory - an extraordinary condition that means she can remember every single day of her life. | Full episode: bit.ly/2g0Dbs3
60 Minutes Australia
12/04/2016 at 23:21. Facebook
"Along with matching events, troubled kids are advertised like goods on eBay and given to anyone who’ll take them."

Need to CATCH UP on #60Mins? Tara Brown went inside the US phenomenon of 'rehoming', where unwanted children can be handed over to anyone. | Full episode: bit.ly/2g0Dbs3
60 Minutes Australia
12/04/2016 at 08:00. Facebook
In 1995 #60Mins travelled to the rainforests of northern New South Wales to meet a tribe of young Australians who’d taken up residence there. They called themselves ‘The Ferals’, because like feral animals they’d turned wild after escaping from captivity.
60 Minutes Australia
12/04/2016 at 07:00. Facebook
TONIGHT on #60Mins | The extraordinary young Aussie who can remember every single moment of her entire life.
60 Minutes Australia
12/04/2016 at 06:00. Facebook
TONIGHT on #60Mins | What happens when adoptions go wrong – Inside America’s underground trade in unwanted children.
60 Minutes Australia
12/04/2016 at 01:10. Facebook
TONIGHT on #60Mins | Exposing an act so despicable most parents wouldn't dream of it. The story of America's unwanted children.

THEN, the young woman who can remember every day of her life. PLUS, going feral - the story that outraged Australia.
What happens when adoptions go wrong?

SUNDAY on #60Mins | The shocking trade of unwanted children. PLUS, the Aussie who can remember every single day of her entire life - and every word of Harry Potter.
Today marks the first day of Summer, the holiday season where it’s a tradition to flock to the coast and enjoy our world famous beaches. In preparation for the upcoming high temperatures, #60Mins take a look back on the Sherry family’s tragic reminder of the importance of beach safety.

Full story: bit.ly/2fNiMXv
#60Mins send our warmest wishes to Lauren Huxley, who against all odds, is celebrating her 30th birthday next month!

When Lauren was just 18 she was brutally bashed in her own home by a man she'd never met. He doused her with petrol, set the house alight and left her to die. In 2008 Lauren told her incredible story of survival exclusively to Ray Martin. | Full story: bit.ly/2gHQZsa
Thirty-eight years ago Ian Leslie was the reporter of the first story ever broadcast on 60 Minutes Australia. For him it was the start of a 12-year, non-stop adventure around Australia and the world. Japan was one of Ian’s favourite countries, and in 1984 he filed an unforgettable story about the Kanrisha Yosei School, more commonly known as the “Hell Training Academy”.

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As the ninth anniversary of Heath Ledger’s tragic passing approaches, his family have announced a 2017 world-first exhibition displaying some of the late actor’s most cherished possessions, memorabilia and mementos.

In 2001, #60Mins joined the then 22-year-old dubbed as ‘Hollywood’s next big thing’ as he opened up on his true passion for performing. | Full story: bit.ly/2gNnFVe
Are Australians with gambling addictions really getting the help they need?

Last night on #60Mins, Charles Wooley looked into the problems with pokies and spoke to the legal firm taking on the gambling giants. | Full episode: bit.ly/2fU2rRw
As Crowded House wrap up their incredible return to the Sydney Opera House 20 years on from their farewell tour, we take a look back on their exclusive #60Mins performance of 'Don't Dream it's Over' - Neil Finn and Nick Seymour's first performance together in 5 years.
Have these surfers discovered the ocean's holy grail?

Last night on #60Mins, Ross Coulthart tested the breakthrough which could save man and beast – a new technology the inventors claim will keep us apart. | Full episode: bit.ly/2fU2rRw
TONIGHT | In 1984 one of the first #60Mins reporters, Ian Leslie filed an unforgettable story about the Kanrisha Yosei School, more commonly known as the “Hell Training Academy”. The techniques used to achieve success were nothing short of bizarre, and those who passed the course called themselves the “Graduates of Hell”.
TONIGHT on #60Mins | Australia's devastating poker machine addiction. Is it now up to us to step in and say enough is enough?