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7.30: July 26, 2018
July 26, 2018
ABC  |  July 26, 2018
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Who will actually be able to access your My Health Record?
Debate over opting out of the Federal Government My Health program to digitise personal health records has raged this week, with claims police and other agencies will be able to access our data without a court order or a warrant. But the agency in charge of the scheme says that won't happen, but some prominent doctors are still not convinced.

Paul Keating slams Nine's takeover of Fairfax
Former prime minister Paul Keating joins 7.30 to discuss the merger of Nine and Fairfax, accusing Channel 9 of being low brow.

Nine CEO Hugh Marks on the merger with Fairfax
Today Nine and Fairfax announced they are merging. To discuss the deal we're joined by Nine CEO Hugh Marks.

The ongoing controversy over the refusal of Archbishop Wilson to resign
An extraordinary meeting of the Australian Catholic Bishops conference will be held next week to discuss their response to the royal commission into institutionalised child abuse. The bishops will be under pressure to help resolve the ongoing controversy over the refusal of Archbishop Philip Wilson to resign after his criminal conviction. Wilson was sentenced to a year's home detention after being found guilty of failing to divulge information to police about offences committed in the 1970s by a paedophile priest.

Who will actually be able to access your My Health Record?
Debate over opting out of the Federal Government My Health program to digitise personal health records has raged this week, with claims police and other agencies will be able to access our data without a court order or a warrant. But the agency in charge of the scheme says that won't happen, but some prominent doctors are still not convinced.

Paul Keating slams Nine's takeover of Fairfax
Former prime minister Paul Keating joins 7.30 to discuss the merger of Nine and Fairfax, accusing Channel 9 of being low brow.

Nine CEO Hugh Marks on the merger with Fairfax
Today Nine and Fairfax announced they are merging. To discuss the deal we're joined by Nine CEO Hugh Marks.

The ongoing controversy over the refusal of Archbishop Wilson to resign
An extraordinary meeting of the Australian Catholic Bishops conference will be held next week to discuss their response to the royal commission into institutionalised child abuse. The bishops will be under pressure to help resolve the ongoing controversy over the refusal of Archbishop Philip Wilson to resign after his criminal conviction. Wilson was sentenced to a year's home detention after being found guilty of failing to divulge information to police about offences committed in the 1970s by a paedophile priest.

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