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7.30: January 8, 2019
January 8, 2019
ABC  |  January 8, 2019

Federally subsidised home care packages help older people stay in their homes longer, but for almost 127,000 Australians their help is yet to arrive. The wheels are quietly turning on a radical plan to convert Victoria’s dirtiest coal into clean fuel. Murdoch Children's Research Institute scientists are potentially revolutionising the treatment of kidney disease by growing tiny human kidneys using stem cells and a 3D printer. Master craftsman Geoffrey Hannah introduces his most personal piece to date, the Hannah Cabinet - carved in the traditional 17th century artisan style. Plus, Joe O’Brien speaks to Darling River fisherman and tour boat operator Rob Gregory about the distressing death of up to a million fish.

Federally subsidised home care packages help older people stay in their homes longer, but for almost 127,000 Australians their help is yet to arrive. The wheels are quietly turning on a radical plan to convert Victoria’s dirtiest coal into clean fuel. Murdoch Children's Research Institute scientists are potentially revolutionising the treatment of kidney disease by growing tiny human kidneys using stem cells and a 3D printer. Master craftsman Geoffrey Hannah introduces his most personal piece to date, the Hannah Cabinet - carved in the traditional 17th century artisan style. Plus, Joe O’Brien speaks to Darling River fisherman and tour boat operator Rob Gregory about the distressing death of up to a million fish.

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