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January 23, 2018
ABC January 23, 2018

Could Teenagers be Stopped from Watching Porn?
As the internet has crept into every corner of our lives, so has pornography. Some people are asking if the industry itself should contemplate the messages it's sending to young people.

The World's a Stage for Barbershop Wisdom
A group of actors putting on The Barbershop Chronicles, a Sydney Festival play about barbershops, recently went to western Sydney to spend some time with barber Charles Lomu. He sees each haircut as a chance to connect with young men and help steer their lives in the right direction.

Michael Wolff: 'Trump Does Not Want to be US President'
The author of a controversial book says Donald Trump does not want to be president of the US. Michael Wolf's book Fire and Fury offers an account of dysfunction, backbiting, ignorance and chronic leaking in the White House. "It's going to end in tears," the American journalist told 7.30.

The New Lead in Beaumont Children Case
Three children went to Glenelg Beach 52 years ago then vanished without a trace. The disappearance of the Beaumont children remains one of the nation's most baffling cold cases. Now police are investigating new information about a possible burial site.

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