60 Minutes: Aug 27

Christine Ahern reports on the murder of a Brazilian woman in Australia and the push for extradition.

On 60 Minutes Christine Ahern reports on the murder of a Brazilian woman and Tom Steinfort files on millennials in the workplace.

Catching a Killer
It’s a bittersweet truth: the very best of police detective work is likely to be born out of the very worst of mankind. It’s certainly the case when it comes to the investigation into the death of Cecilia Haddad. She was a young Brazilian woman who’d been living in Australia, working as a mining executive, for a number of years. In 2018 she was murdered by a jealous ex-boyfriend, Marcelo Santoro. He was also from Brazil and it’s where he fled to immediately after killing Cecilia. Santoro might have thought by escaping Australia he’d gotten away with his terrible crime, but he was wrong. On assignment for 60 Minutes, Nine’s Christine Ahern reports that Santoro didn’t count on the determination of New South Wales police officers to bring him to justice.
Reporter: Christine Ahern
Producer: Laura Sparkes

Work in Progress
Anyone aged from their mid-20s to early-40s is considered a millennial. While the group is now the largest generation in Australia, it’s also the most heavily criticised. The flak comes mainly from older generations who are quick to complain that millennials are lazy and entitled, especially in the workplace. Most of them probably couldn’t care less, but as Tom Steinfort reports, many of the millennials’ bosses are not sure how to handle their increasing demands for greater flexibility so they can have the freedom to enjoy acting their age.
Reporter: Tom Steinfort
Producers: Serge Negus, Tracey Hannaford

8:30pm (ish) Sunday on Nine.

Leave a Reply