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7.30: May 1, 2018
May 1, 2018
ABC  |  May 1, 2018
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Laura Tingle discusses APRA's report into Commonwealth Bank
Banking regulator APRA today issued a damning report into what it calls a culture "of complacency" at the Commonwealth Bank. 7.30's chief political correspondent Laura Tingle joins Leigh Sales to discuss the matter.

Inside the Archibald Prize packing room
The Archibald is Australia's oldest and best-known art prize for portraiture. But there's a lesser-known prize that's decided by the hard-working folk who unpack the art and install it in the gallery - The Packing Room Prize.

Australian peacekeeper returns to Rwanda
More than 600 Australian troops were sent to Rwanda in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide, which left more than 800,000 people dead. One of those peacekeepers, Miles Wootten, has returned to Rwanda to see how the country has changed.

APRA's report on Commonwealth Bank
Anna Bligh, CEO of the Australian Banking Association, joins 7.30 to discuss today's report by the banking regulator, APRA, on the Commonwealth Bank.

George Pell
Cardinal George Pell has been committed to stand trial on multiple historic sex offence charges.

Laura Tingle discusses APRA's report into Commonwealth Bank
Banking regulator APRA today issued a damning report into what it calls a culture "of complacency" at the Commonwealth Bank. 7.30's chief political correspondent Laura Tingle joins Leigh Sales to discuss the matter.

Inside the Archibald Prize packing room
The Archibald is Australia's oldest and best-known art prize for portraiture. But there's a lesser-known prize that's decided by the hard-working folk who unpack the art and install it in the gallery - The Packing Room Prize.

Australian peacekeeper returns to Rwanda
More than 600 Australian troops were sent to Rwanda in the aftermath of the 1994 genocide, which left more than 800,000 people dead. One of those peacekeepers, Miles Wootten, has returned to Rwanda to see how the country has changed.

APRA's report on Commonwealth Bank
Anna Bligh, CEO of the Australian Banking Association, joins 7.30 to discuss today's report by the banking regulator, APRA, on the Commonwealth Bank.

George Pell
Cardinal George Pell has been committed to stand trial on multiple historic sex offence charges.

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