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7.30: January 9, 2019
January 9, 2019
ABC  |  January 9, 2019

With around 30 percent of working-age Australians facing a future with no superannuation at all, how are so many people falling through the cracks? US President Donald Trump is remaining resolute on his pledge to shut down key government departments due to a deadlock with Congress over funding for a wall along the US border with Mexico. A group of Australian Army veterans are forging new careers in the film and television industry as extras and stunt people. The UN has found Saudi teenager Rahaf Alqunun to be a genuine refugee and referred her case to Australia. Plus, a number of prominent Australians recall their favourite childhood summer holidays.

With around 30 percent of working-age Australians facing a future with no superannuation at all, how are so many people falling through the cracks? US President Donald Trump is remaining resolute on his pledge to shut down key government departments due to a deadlock with Congress over funding for a wall along the US border with Mexico. A group of Australian Army veterans are forging new careers in the film and television industry as extras and stunt people. The UN has found Saudi teenager Rahaf Alqunun to be a genuine refugee and referred her case to Australia. Plus, a number of prominent Australians recall their favourite childhood summer holidays.

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