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7.30: December 18, 2018
December 18, 2018
ABC  |  December 18, 2018

Labor pushes message of unity
Labor has been able to use its national conference to drive home a message of unity, as the Coalition ends the year embroiled in a scandal that has overshadowed the best budget numbers in years.

Push for gentleman's club to allow female members
The president of Tattersall's, an exclusive gentlemen's club in Brisbane, wants to allow women to become members and is putting it to a vote. But the proposed change is causing bitter division inside the club.

Native title claim for over 17,000 square kilometres of ocean
The Anindilyakwa Indigenous people of Groote Eylandt want to better protect their waters. And early next year, they plan to lodge a native title claim over 17,000 square kilometres of ocean from Groote Eylandt to the mainland to help them do it.

Pre-schools experience 'no jab, no play' enrolment drop
In one of Australia's anti-vaccination hotspots there's been a big backlash to the so called "no jab, no play" policy. And the latest criticism is not coming from anti-vaccination activists, but rather early childhood educators.

Spinal muscular atrophy treatment changing lives
Last year 7.30 met two little girls, Matilda and Stephanie, who both have spinal muscular atrophy, a muscle wasting disorder. We went back to visit them and found they're both making remarkable progress thanks to a new drug.

Labor pushes message of unity
Labor has been able to use its national conference to drive home a message of unity, as the Coalition ends the year embroiled in a scandal that has overshadowed the best budget numbers in years.

Push for gentleman's club to allow female members
The president of Tattersall's, an exclusive gentlemen's club in Brisbane, wants to allow women to become members and is putting it to a vote. But the proposed change is causing bitter division inside the club.

Native title claim for over 17,000 square kilometres of ocean
The Anindilyakwa Indigenous people of Groote Eylandt want to better protect their waters. And early next year, they plan to lodge a native title claim over 17,000 square kilometres of ocean from Groote Eylandt to the mainland to help them do it.

Pre-schools experience 'no jab, no play' enrolment drop
In one of Australia's anti-vaccination hotspots there's been a big backlash to the so called "no jab, no play" policy. And the latest criticism is not coming from anti-vaccination activists, but rather early childhood educators.

Spinal muscular atrophy treatment changing lives
Last year 7.30 met two little girls, Matilda and Stephanie, who both have spinal muscular atrophy, a muscle wasting disorder. We went back to visit them and found they're both making remarkable progress thanks to a new drug.

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