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7.30: March 1, 2018
March 1, 2018
ABC  |  March 1, 2018
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Regulators Unable to Crack Down on Duck Hunting
Last year 7.30 broadcast graphic footage of hundreds of dead birds dumped in wetlands during the duck hunting season. Tonight we reveal that such unsustainable hunting is on the rise and regulators feel unable to enforce the rules.

Couple's Fight Pushes Minister to Change SMA Policy
After 7.30's story of the death of baby Mackenzie Casella from spinal muscular atrophy, The federal health minister, Greg Hunt, has announced millions of dollars to increase access to pre-pregnancy testing for genetic diseases.

NZ PM 'Not Fazed' by 60 Minutes Interview
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's latest visit to Australia will deal with some difficult political issues, but she says she's unfazed by questions about her pregnancy.

Relatives Say They Failed Toddler Who Was Raped in Tennant Creek
An alleged sexual assault of a two-year-old has raised questions about the confluence of poverty, alcohol and violence in the outback town of Tennant Creek.

Cash Offers Unqualified Withdrawal of Controversial Comments
The soap opera that is currently Australian politics seems to have no end after Michaelia Cash threatened to announce the names of female Labor staffers about whom she'd heard unsubstantiated rumours. Today she offered an unqualified withdrawal.

Regulators Unable to Crack Down on Duck Hunting
Last year 7.30 broadcast graphic footage of hundreds of dead birds dumped in wetlands during the duck hunting season. Tonight we reveal that such unsustainable hunting is on the rise and regulators feel unable to enforce the rules.

Couple's Fight Pushes Minister to Change SMA Policy
After 7.30's story of the death of baby Mackenzie Casella from spinal muscular atrophy, The federal health minister, Greg Hunt, has announced millions of dollars to increase access to pre-pregnancy testing for genetic diseases.

NZ PM 'Not Fazed' by 60 Minutes Interview
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's latest visit to Australia will deal with some difficult political issues, but she says she's unfazed by questions about her pregnancy.

Relatives Say They Failed Toddler Who Was Raped in Tennant Creek
An alleged sexual assault of a two-year-old has raised questions about the confluence of poverty, alcohol and violence in the outback town of Tennant Creek.

Cash Offers Unqualified Withdrawal of Controversial Comments
The soap opera that is currently Australian politics seems to have no end after Michaelia Cash threatened to announce the names of female Labor staffers about whom she'd heard unsubstantiated rumours. Today she offered an unqualified withdrawal.

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