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7.30: July 29, 2019
July 29, 2019
ABC  |  July 29, 2019

The minister for government services, Stuart Robert, defends Centrelink’s contentious robodebt system despite multiple instances of mistakes, including the alleged debt demand of a dead person being pursued. Swimming manager Phil Stoneman defends his client, Shayna Jack, following her failed doping test, and describes the toll the allegations have taken on her. Aminta Hennessy, the first Australian woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean solo, discusses the role of her mentor and friend Nancy Bird Walton in inspiring her to enter aviation and the fight for acceptance from chauvinistic counterparts who would refuse to co-pilot with her. Plus, meet the teenager who is determined to do her part to stop the beloved marsupial from becoming “functionally extinct”.

The minister for government services, Stuart Robert, defends Centrelink’s contentious robodebt system despite multiple instances of mistakes, including the alleged debt demand of a dead person being pursued. Swimming manager Phil Stoneman defends his client, Shayna Jack, following her failed doping test, and describes the toll the allegations have taken on her. Aminta Hennessy, the first Australian woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean solo, discusses the role of her mentor and friend Nancy Bird Walton in inspiring her to enter aviation and the fight for acceptance from chauvinistic counterparts who would refuse to co-pilot with her. Plus, meet the teenager who is determined to do her part to stop the beloved marsupial from becoming “functionally extinct”.

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