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7.30: April 22, 2019
April 22, 2019
ABC  |  April 22, 2019

A group of young veterans in Victoria is challenging the RSL hierarchy to get pokies out of RSL clubs, arguing their harm is not worth the return; journalist Sumisha Naidu describes the horror of a series of bomb blasts in churches and hotels around Sri Lanka which have killed nearly 300 people; for years now the government has been spending hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to buy back irrigation licences, so that more water can be put back into the ailing Murray Darling river. But now one of those deals has become an unwelcome intrusion into the election campaign for the Morrison Government; historian Simon Schama explains the lessons of history for Brexit and the Trump presidency.

A group of young veterans in Victoria is challenging the RSL hierarchy to get pokies out of RSL clubs, arguing their harm is not worth the return; journalist Sumisha Naidu describes the horror of a series of bomb blasts in churches and hotels around Sri Lanka which have killed nearly 300 people; for years now the government has been spending hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars to buy back irrigation licences, so that more water can be put back into the ailing Murray Darling river. But now one of those deals has become an unwelcome intrusion into the election campaign for the Morrison Government; historian Simon Schama explains the lessons of history for Brexit and the Trump presidency.

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