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7.30: February 14, 2019
February 14, 2019
ABC  |  February 14, 2019

Shocking images of the Darling River choked with hundreds and thousands of dead fish have highlighted the sick state of the vital Murray-Darling. But scientists and locals say an even greater ecological disaster is looming as the New South Wales government pushes ahead with its controversial water-saving plan at Menindee Lakes. Australian scientists have now revealed new research which allows them for the first time to predict how patients will respond to immunotherapy when being treated for melanoma. Open banking is facing a challenge in convincing customers its safe to share their data. Plus, the widow of crocodile-hunter turned conservationist Malcolm Douglas has spent eight years reshaping their animal park in Broome.

Shocking images of the Darling River choked with hundreds and thousands of dead fish have highlighted the sick state of the vital Murray-Darling. But scientists and locals say an even greater ecological disaster is looming as the New South Wales government pushes ahead with its controversial water-saving plan at Menindee Lakes. Australian scientists have now revealed new research which allows them for the first time to predict how patients will respond to immunotherapy when being treated for melanoma. Open banking is facing a challenge in convincing customers its safe to share their data. Plus, the widow of crocodile-hunter turned conservationist Malcolm Douglas has spent eight years reshaping their animal park in Broome.

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