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7.30: February 11, 2019
February 11, 2019
ABC  |  February 11, 2019

The Royal Commission into Aged Care is being called on to examine the issue of physical aggression between residents. Farmer Dudley Harrington shares the devastating impact of floods in Queensland after seven years of drought, which is thought to have killed 300,000 head of cattle. Former Matildas coach Alan Stajcic discusses his shock sacking, which has sent shockwaves through the sport. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is standing firm that there will be no middle ground on the medical transfer of asylum seekers. Plus, the Fairfax family's announcement of a new journalism venture just months after their name was removed from the family's former mastheads.

The Royal Commission into Aged Care is being called on to examine the issue of physical aggression between residents. Farmer Dudley Harrington shares the devastating impact of floods in Queensland after seven years of drought, which is thought to have killed 300,000 head of cattle. Former Matildas coach Alan Stajcic discusses his shock sacking, which has sent shockwaves through the sport. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is standing firm that there will be no middle ground on the medical transfer of asylum seekers. Plus, the Fairfax family's announcement of a new journalism venture just months after their name was removed from the family's former mastheads.

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