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7.30: January 24, 2019
January 24, 2019
ABC  |  January 24, 2019

Despite being a key revenue raiser for State Governments across the country, who slap on stamp duty when a property is sold, one state Treasurer has come clean: admitting the tax is in desperate need of reform. The mysterious disappearance in China of Australian citizen Yang Hengjun, a popular writer and blogger, could trigger a major diplomatic incident. Adelaide saw it’s hottest day in 130 years, with the mercury reaching 46.6 degrees. But the city of churches is not alone, with more than 20 other locations across the state also breaking all-time temperature records. Plus, prominent Australians share what Australia Day means to them.

Despite being a key revenue raiser for State Governments across the country, who slap on stamp duty when a property is sold, one state Treasurer has come clean: admitting the tax is in desperate need of reform. The mysterious disappearance in China of Australian citizen Yang Hengjun, a popular writer and blogger, could trigger a major diplomatic incident. Adelaide saw it’s hottest day in 130 years, with the mercury reaching 46.6 degrees. But the city of churches is not alone, with more than 20 other locations across the state also breaking all-time temperature records. Plus, prominent Australians share what Australia Day means to them.

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