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7.30: October 22, 2018
October 22, 2018
ABC  |  October 22, 2018

Kevin Rudd speaks about his removal from office
In the second volume of his memoirs, Kevin Rudd explores his time as prime minister and its abrupt end. He speaks to 7.30 about his removal from office.
Kerryn Phelps on track to take seat of Wentworth
The latest vote count has independent Kerryn Phelps on track to upset 117 years of political history and steal the seat of Wentworth from the Liberal Party.
Federal Parliament apologises to survivors of institutional child sex abuse
Today the Federal Parliament offered an historic apology to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. 7.30 spent time with one of those survivors to learn what the apology means to him.
The 11-year-old boy helping to care for his dad who has dementia
Nearly 3 million Australians are currently caring for a loved one in need, and for some of the carers, that role begins in childhood. Tonight we meet 11-year-old Jacob James, who's looking out for his dad Pete who has younger onset dementia.
For competitors, Invictus Games much more than a sporting event
The Invictus Games are underway after Prince Harry declared them open on Saturday night in Sydney. For those who compete it's much more than a sporting event.

Kevin Rudd speaks about his removal from office
In the second volume of his memoirs, Kevin Rudd explores his time as prime minister and its abrupt end. He speaks to 7.30 about his removal from office.
Kerryn Phelps on track to take seat of Wentworth
The latest vote count has independent Kerryn Phelps on track to upset 117 years of political history and steal the seat of Wentworth from the Liberal Party.
Federal Parliament apologises to survivors of institutional child sex abuse
Today the Federal Parliament offered an historic apology to survivors of institutional child sexual abuse. 7.30 spent time with one of those survivors to learn what the apology means to him.
The 11-year-old boy helping to care for his dad who has dementia
Nearly 3 million Australians are currently caring for a loved one in need, and for some of the carers, that role begins in childhood. Tonight we meet 11-year-old Jacob James, who's looking out for his dad Pete who has younger onset dementia.
For competitors, Invictus Games much more than a sporting event
The Invictus Games are underway after Prince Harry declared them open on Saturday night in Sydney. For those who compete it's much more than a sporting event.

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