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Aust breaching standards: Indigenous group

Indigenous people's rights in handling of water resources are not being recognised under international standards, South Australia's royal commission will hear.
SBS

Catholic leaders seek PM intervention

The prime minister will hear from three senior Catholic clerics as the government seeks to overhaul school funding and deals with the abuse royal commission.
SBS

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Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

The journalistic giant, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, died on Monday.
Sydney Morning Herald

Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

The journalistic giant, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, died on Monday.
The Age

Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

The journalistic giant, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, died on Monday.
Brisbane Times

Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

The journalistic giant, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, died on Monday.
Sydney Morning Herald

Walkley Award-winning journalist Evan Whitton dies, aged 90

The journalistic giant, most famous for uncovering police corruption and his coverage of the Street Royal Commission, died on Monday.
The Age

Vic wants national take on confessionals

The Victorian government wants a national approach on a royal commission recommendation to lift exemptions for priests reporting child sexual abuse confessions.
SBS

Vic priests may be forced to report abuse

The Victorian government is considering a royal commission recommendation to lift exemptions against priests who fail to report child sexual abuse confessions.
SBS

Vic responds to child sex abuse inquiry

The Victorian government has accepted in full or in principle 293 of the 409 Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse recommendations
SBS

Power companies under pressure over prices

Energy companies are facing pressure from federal MPs to lower power prices or face a potential royal commission.
SBS

Energy watchdog wants $40 power price cut

The energy watchdog wants energy companies to cut up to $40 a year from power bills, as the government continues to reject calls for a royal commission.
SBS

Labor coy on energy price royal commission

Labor frontbencher Jim Chalmers says his party hasn't decided whether it will support a push to have a royal commission into the energy sector.
SBS

'Give us a try': Bendigo and Adelaide Bank CEO pitches for trust

Rebuilding the community’s trust following the Hayne royal commission’s revelations will take time, says the CEO of Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Marnie Baker.
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Lower power prices all that matter: PM

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has rejected calls for an energy royal commission as he says Australians only want to see lower power prices.
SBS

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