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7.30: July 25, 2019
July 25, 2019
ABC  |  July 25, 2019

Bob Brown, father of the Australian Greens and the party's founding leader, has come out swinging against a new wind farm proposal for the north-west of Tasmania that supporters of the renewable energy project say will bring jobs to an area desperate for them. Former US State Department lawyer John Bellinger joins host Leigh Sales to discuss former FBI Director Robert Mueller's questioning by congress about his investigation into the Trump campaign's links to Russia and Russia's influence on the 2016 presidential election outcome. Senior bureaucrat Martin Parkinson, one of the few constants through the turmoil caused by Canberra's near-constant recent reshuffles, has announced his retirement. The people of the south east New South Wales village of Bribbaree come to terms with mechanic Maurice Henry, a man they believe is the heartbeat of the outback community, hanging up his overalls after 70 years. Plus, satirist Mark Humphries offers a skit in which he serves as the MP for Lululemon struggling to survive during a $40 a day Newstart allowance challenge.

Bob Brown, father of the Australian Greens and the party's founding leader, has come out swinging against a new wind farm proposal for the north-west of Tasmania that supporters of the renewable energy project say will bring jobs to an area desperate for them. Former US State Department lawyer John Bellinger joins host Leigh Sales to discuss former FBI Director Robert Mueller's questioning by congress about his investigation into the Trump campaign's links to Russia and Russia's influence on the 2016 presidential election outcome. Senior bureaucrat Martin Parkinson, one of the few constants through the turmoil caused by Canberra's near-constant recent reshuffles, has announced his retirement. The people of the south east New South Wales village of Bribbaree come to terms with mechanic Maurice Henry, a man they believe is the heartbeat of the outback community, hanging up his overalls after 70 years. Plus, satirist Mark Humphries offers a skit in which he serves as the MP for Lululemon struggling to survive during a $40 a day Newstart allowance challenge.

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