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7.30: Anthony Albanese/State Labour Resisting NEG Deal/ Dairy Farmers Walking off the Land/GP's Turning their Backs
Anthony Albanese/State Labour Resisting NEG Deal/ Dairy Farmers Walking off the Land/GP's Turning their Backs
ABC  |  August 8, 2018
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Minister Anthony Albanese talks to 7.30
Labor's Infrastructure spokesman, Anthony Albanese talks about Labor MP Emma Husar, infrastructure and leadership.
State Labor governments resisting NEG deal
The Turnbull government is hoping for agreement on its National Energy Guarantee, but two Labor states are yet to be convinced to sign up with changes.
Why dairy farmers are walking off the land
It's not just drought-afflicted farmers who are doing it tough. In the dairy industry, the combination of low milk prices, high feed costs and a poor season are forcing many to consider walking away from farms that, in some cases, have been in the family for generations.
GP's turning their backs
The proportion of our population that is over 60 has increasing drastically and for a long time now, alarm bells have been ringing about how we'll meet all their health needs. Now the aged-care sector faces another strain, as more and more GPs cut back on caring for patients in nursing homes.

Minister Anthony Albanese talks to 7.30
Labor's Infrastructure spokesman, Anthony Albanese talks about Labor MP Emma Husar, infrastructure and leadership.
State Labor governments resisting NEG deal
The Turnbull government is hoping for agreement on its National Energy Guarantee, but two Labor states are yet to be convinced to sign up with changes.
Why dairy farmers are walking off the land
It's not just drought-afflicted farmers who are doing it tough. In the dairy industry, the combination of low milk prices, high feed costs and a poor season are forcing many to consider walking away from farms that, in some cases, have been in the family for generations.
GP's turning their backs
The proportion of our population that is over 60 has increasing drastically and for a long time now, alarm bells have been ringing about how we'll meet all their health needs. Now the aged-care sector faces another strain, as more and more GPs cut back on caring for patients in nursing homes.

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