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7.30: April 24, 2018
April 24, 2018
ABC  |  April 24, 2018
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Fred Hollows Foundation Restoring More than Sight in Refugee Camp
Special guest reporter Ray Martin goes inside a refugee camp in Bangladesh to see the work the Fred Hollows Foundation is doing to help blind Rohingyas.

Meet Big Al: YouTube 'Engine Whisperer' and Soup Van Volunteer
He's known as the 'engine whisperer' thanks to his popular YouTube videos about four-wheel drives, but once a week on Melbourne's inner-city streets, 83-year-old Allan Gray is simply 'Big Al' as he volunteers with a Vinnies' soup van.

Autism More Common in Girls than Previously Thought
Psychologists say girls are much better at camouflaging autism symptoms than boys, but pay a heavy price for doing so. New national diagnostic guidelines highlight the fact that many girls may be slipping through the cracks.

Ten Dead After Van Runs Down Toronto Pedestrians
This morning in Toronto a van mounted a footpath and ran down pedestrians, leaving 10 dead and 15 injured. Mike Drolet, a reporter with Canada's Global News, joins 7.30 to discuss what happened.

Fred Hollows Foundation Restoring More than Sight in Refugee Camp
Special guest reporter Ray Martin goes inside a refugee camp in Bangladesh to see the work the Fred Hollows Foundation is doing to help blind Rohingyas.

Meet Big Al: YouTube 'Engine Whisperer' and Soup Van Volunteer
He's known as the 'engine whisperer' thanks to his popular YouTube videos about four-wheel drives, but once a week on Melbourne's inner-city streets, 83-year-old Allan Gray is simply 'Big Al' as he volunteers with a Vinnies' soup van.

Autism More Common in Girls than Previously Thought
Psychologists say girls are much better at camouflaging autism symptoms than boys, but pay a heavy price for doing so. New national diagnostic guidelines highlight the fact that many girls may be slipping through the cracks.

Ten Dead After Van Runs Down Toronto Pedestrians
This morning in Toronto a van mounted a footpath and ran down pedestrians, leaving 10 dead and 15 injured. Mike Drolet, a reporter with Canada's Global News, joins 7.30 to discuss what happened.

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