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7.30: January 22, 2019
January 22, 2019
ABC  |  January 22, 2019

Cycling groups are complaining about police reluctance to enforce laws requiring motorists to leave at least a metre gap when overtaking them - leaving those on bicycles at risk. Bali bombing survivor Peter Hughes reacts to the news that Abu Bakar Bashir, the man labelled the mastermind of the 2002 terrorist attack, could soon be walking free from prison. The Fair Work Commission has axed a legal but outdated workplace agreement which saw former and current staff at Justin Hemmes helmed hospitality empire Merivale complain about not being paid fairly. Plus, 7.30 speaks with Dr Peter Macreadie, the scientist at the forefront of ‘blue carbon’ sites comprising salt marshes, mangroves and sea grass meadows which can supposedly capture carbon 40 times faster than tropical rainforests and store it for millennia.

Cycling groups are complaining about police reluctance to enforce laws requiring motorists to leave at least a metre gap when overtaking them - leaving those on bicycles at risk. Bali bombing survivor Peter Hughes reacts to the news that Abu Bakar Bashir, the man labelled the mastermind of the 2002 terrorist attack, could soon be walking free from prison. The Fair Work Commission has axed a legal but outdated workplace agreement which saw former and current staff at Justin Hemmes helmed hospitality empire Merivale complain about not being paid fairly. Plus, 7.30 speaks with Dr Peter Macreadie, the scientist at the forefront of ‘blue carbon’ sites comprising salt marshes, mangroves and sea grass meadows which can supposedly capture carbon 40 times faster than tropical rainforests and store it for millennia.

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