Debris that washed up on Reunion Island, east of Madagascar, has been confirmed as wreckage from the doomed flight MH370.
It comes after the most expensive aviation search in history, led by officials across the ditch at a cost of more than $70 million.
Australian correspondent Jason Morrison told Paul Henry it proves they were looking in the right area.
"If you look at the map, it's half a world away," says Mr Morrison. "They're in the right ocean for a start, and the right flow of currents – the currents flow over the north of Australia towards Reunion Island."
Watch the full interview with Jason Morrison.