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7.30: November 12, 2018
November 12, 2018
ABC  |  November 12, 2018

Melbourne Cup horse death sparks welfare debate
The need to euthanase a horse, Cliffs of Moher, after last week's Melbourne Cup has prompted a debate about animal welfare.

California bushfires
The California bushfires are still burning tonight, with 31 people confirmed dead and 200 missing. Brianna Sacks, a reporter with BuzzFeed in Southern California, joins us to discuss the situation.

Melbourne reeling from Friday terror attack
Melbourne is still reeling from a deadly terror attack on Friday afternoon in which a beloved local resident was killed. The tragedy has raised a number of questions, including what can be done to prevent lone wolf terrorism.

Pub test
Staff at the high-profile Sydney hospitality company claim they aren't being paid weekend penalty rates.

Brain gain for maths institute
A growing number of jobs rely on mathematics, yet the percentage of students studying advanced maths at school has dropped, and often Australia's brightest graduates head overseas. A new institute is hoping to change that.

Melbourne Cup horse death sparks welfare debate
The need to euthanase a horse, Cliffs of Moher, after last week's Melbourne Cup has prompted a debate about animal welfare.

California bushfires
The California bushfires are still burning tonight, with 31 people confirmed dead and 200 missing. Brianna Sacks, a reporter with BuzzFeed in Southern California, joins us to discuss the situation.

Melbourne reeling from Friday terror attack
Melbourne is still reeling from a deadly terror attack on Friday afternoon in which a beloved local resident was killed. The tragedy has raised a number of questions, including what can be done to prevent lone wolf terrorism.

Pub test
Staff at the high-profile Sydney hospitality company claim they aren't being paid weekend penalty rates.

Brain gain for maths institute
A growing number of jobs rely on mathematics, yet the percentage of students studying advanced maths at school has dropped, and often Australia's brightest graduates head overseas. A new institute is hoping to change that.

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