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7.30: February 20, 2019
February 20, 2019
ABC  |  February 20, 2019

The receding flood waters in Queensland are revealing unprecedented devastation. Small business minister Michaelia Cash has been under fire in Senate estimates this week, as Labor politicians lined up to grill her over a leak from her office that tipped off the media to an impending police raid on the Australian Workers Union in 2017. Surveys of Australian voters in recent years have found they have become more jaded with the state of politics. But what does this mean ahead of the upcoming federal election? Plus, a look at the life of one of Australia's most famous voice over artists: Ian "Lofty" Fulton.

The receding flood waters in Queensland are revealing unprecedented devastation. Small business minister Michaelia Cash has been under fire in Senate estimates this week, as Labor politicians lined up to grill her over a leak from her office that tipped off the media to an impending police raid on the Australian Workers Union in 2017. Surveys of Australian voters in recent years have found they have become more jaded with the state of politics. But what does this mean ahead of the upcoming federal election? Plus, a look at the life of one of Australia's most famous voice over artists: Ian "Lofty" Fulton.

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