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7.30: Heart Transplant/Farmers Federation Chief/Banking Royal Commission/Drought Special
Heart Transplant/Farmers Federation Chief/Banking Royal Commission/Drought Special
ABC  |  August 1, 2018
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Heart transplant pioneer helping to close Indigenous life-expectancy gap
Despite a high profile and international reputation, cardiologist, Professor Peter Macdonald, is working quietly to improve the health of Australia's Indigenous population.
Drought policy a 'difficult, complex challenge': Farmers' Federation Chief
Chief Executive of the National Farmers' Federation, Tony Mahar, discusses the drought and its effect on farmers.
Banking Royal Commission to look at superannuation insurance
The Banking Royal Commission is about to turn its spotlight on the compulsory superannuation sector and reveal massive problems with the insurance associated with many superannuation accounts.
Drought special: Stock dying, families struggling and no end in sight
In part three of our special, we head back to drought stricken NSW where sixteen-year-old Zara King is using her camera to document her family's struggle to keep their stock alive with their dwindling supply of hay.

Heart transplant pioneer helping to close Indigenous life-expectancy gap
Despite a high profile and international reputation, cardiologist, Professor Peter Macdonald, is working quietly to improve the health of Australia's Indigenous population.
Drought policy a 'difficult, complex challenge': Farmers' Federation Chief
Chief Executive of the National Farmers' Federation, Tony Mahar, discusses the drought and its effect on farmers.
Banking Royal Commission to look at superannuation insurance
The Banking Royal Commission is about to turn its spotlight on the compulsory superannuation sector and reveal massive problems with the insurance associated with many superannuation accounts.
Drought special: Stock dying, families struggling and no end in sight
In part three of our special, we head back to drought stricken NSW where sixteen-year-old Zara King is using her camera to document her family's struggle to keep their stock alive with their dwindling supply of hay.

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