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February 13, 2018
ABC February 13, 2018

New Acland Coal Mine Expansion Back On the Table
For nearly a decade, local Queensland farmers and environment groups have fought against the proposed expansion of New Acland Coal's mine. Last year they were victorious – the Queensland Land Court threw out the proposal. Now it is back on the table.

Farmers Say Murray Darling River System is Broken
Tomorrow the Senate will vote on a proposal to reduce the amount of water Queensland irrigators are required to put back into the Murray Darling River system. Some farmers say the system is broken. One irrigator is at the centre of a Queensland major crime investigation.

Truss Says Joyce's Leadership is 'Diminished'
Former deputy prime minister and long-serving National Party leader, Warren Truss, joins 7.30 to give his perspective on Barnaby Joyce's situation.

National Party Consider Asking Joyce to Step Down
Tonight, a group within the National Party is attempting to form a delegation to ask leader Barnaby Joyce to resign.

'Naughty Boy': What Barnaby Joyce's Constituents Think
Amid calls for the National Party leader to resign, 7.30 spoke with the people of Tamworth, the heart of Barnaby Joyce's seat of New England, to see what they think.

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