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December 6, 2017
ABC December 6, 2017

Young Teacher Loses Job At Baptist School After He Reveals He Is Gay
Should a religious school have the right to dismiss teachers based on its beliefs about sexuality? That's what happened in Western Australia, where a young teacher is speaking out about his treatment by a Baptist school after he revealed he was gay.

Thornton Discusses His New Film, Sweet Country
It's not even been released yet, but Warwick Thornton's new film, Sweet Country, is already generating Oscar buzz. Based on true events, the sweeping western explores frontier justice in 1920s Northern Territory. It's received rave reviews around the world - including a standing ovation at the Venice International Film Festival.

We're Now Dealing With Grey Citizenship Cases: Burke
Manager of opposition business Tony Burke says the High Court has already dealt with the black and white citizenship cases, and now ones in the grey area should be referred.

More Politicians Facing Scrutiny Over Dual Citizenship
Two Labor politicians have been referred to the High Court in the latest twist in federal parliament's citizenship saga. Labor attempted to have nine politicians referred, but failed to get the motion through the House of Representatives.

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