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7.30: February 19, 2019
February 19, 2019
ABC  |  February 19, 2019

For the first time in Australia, a proposed coal mine has been rejected partly because of climate change concerns. The president of Christmas Island's local council says the island does not have sufficient medical facilities to treat serious problems. Canberra was shocked yesterday when the Government's top cyber security official confirmed there'd been a hack of the computer networks in Parliament House, and on the three biggest political parties, saying it was certainly carried out by a foreign power. Plus, grandparents saving their kin from foster care is saving lots of money for taxpayers but they are desperately calling out for more support.

For the first time in Australia, a proposed coal mine has been rejected partly because of climate change concerns. The president of Christmas Island's local council says the island does not have sufficient medical facilities to treat serious problems. Canberra was shocked yesterday when the Government's top cyber security official confirmed there'd been a hack of the computer networks in Parliament House, and on the three biggest political parties, saying it was certainly carried out by a foreign power. Plus, grandparents saving their kin from foster care is saving lots of money for taxpayers but they are desperately calling out for more support.

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