She struck in the dead of night. Her victims – our most vulnerable citizens. Megan Haines was a night nurse at an aged care home on the north coast of NSW. But she had an almost pathological hatred of the elderly. And when some of her patients complained about her rude treatment and rough-handedness, Haines took her revenge, committing what she thought was the perfect crime. In a major Sunday Night investigation, reporter PJ Madam finds that Haines’ arrogance would be her downfall.
GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT
It’s a weekend ritual that our health authorities are warning is fast becoming a national crisis – young women who hit the town drinking, partying and then more drinking. New research shows women are now matching it with the blokes drink for drink. And it’s particularly prevalent among younger women, where a girls’ night out has become an orgy of boozy over-indulgence and outrageous behaviour. As Alex Cullen reports, it's more than just a hangover they should be worried about.
TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT
They were the Kings of Classic Rock, beginning way back in the ‘70s. The Eagles was the creation of two good mates, Don Henley and Glenn Frey. Between them they turned out hit after hit: Hotel California, Take It to the Limit, One of These Nights. For 45 years, through bust-ups and reunions, their friendship survived. But earlier this year, that remarkable partnership tragically ended. Sunday Night’s Rahni Sadler catches up with Don Henley to reminisce about his great mate Glenn and the magic that was the Eagles.
This edition of SUNDAY NIGHT hosted by Melissa Doyle airs on Sunday at 7.00pm on Seven and PLUS7 Live (www.plus7live.com.au)