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7.30: March 13, 2019
March 13, 2019
ABC  |  March 13, 2019

Documents obtained by 7.30 under Right to Information laws raise serious safety and maintenance concerns about Clive Palmer's Townsville nickel refinery, which he is promising to reopen. Meanwhile, British parliament has rejected the latest Brexit deal and major safety concerns are being raised about one of the world's most popular passenger jets, the Boeing 737. Plus, the outback army unit using Indigenous soldiers to detect foreign threats and what is next for the Vatican after disgraced Cardinal George Pell's six year prison sentence for sexually abusing two choir boys in the 1980s?

Documents obtained by 7.30 under Right to Information laws raise serious safety and maintenance concerns about Clive Palmer's Townsville nickel refinery, which he is promising to reopen. Meanwhile, British parliament has rejected the latest Brexit deal and major safety concerns are being raised about one of the world's most popular passenger jets, the Boeing 737. Plus, the outback army unit using Indigenous soldiers to detect foreign threats and what is next for the Vatican after disgraced Cardinal George Pell's six year prison sentence for sexually abusing two choir boys in the 1980s?

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