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Friday, Nov 30

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Frustrated Carnegie shareholders quiz wave power company on poor performance

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Long-suffering Carnegie Clean Energy shareholders use the wave power company's AGM to question its ability to remain afloat, while also receiving bad news about the sale of its solar subsidiary.

Let's Get Quizzical — Nkechi Anele vs John Barron

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Have you been paying attention to the news this week?

ABC News ACT 30/11/2018

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The most detailed coverage of the day's events from Canberra and across the region everynight at 7pm. ABC News ACT presented by Dan Bourchier (Mon-Thu) and Craig Allen (Fri-Sun).

ABC News TAS 30/11/2018

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The most detailed coverage of the day's events from Hobart and right across the state everynight at 7pm. ABC News Tasmania presented by Guy Stayner (Mon-Thu) and Angela Ross (Fri-Sun).

ABC News VIC 30/11/2018

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The most detailed coverage of the day's events from Melbourne and across the state nightly at 7pm. ABC News Victoria presented by Tamara Oudyn (Mon-Thu) and Mary Gearin (Fri-Sun). Plus weather with Paul Higgins (Mon-Fri).

ABC News NSW 30/11/2018

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The most detailed coverage of the day's events from Sydney and across the state everynight at 7pm. ABC News NSW presented by Jeremy Fernandez.

Godfreys owner John Johnston dies aged 100

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The founding partner in the vacuum cleaner chain dies just months after he bought back the company he first joined in 1936.

Victorian Liberal boss Kroger falls on his sword over election drubbing

Michael Kroger had already declared his intention not to seek another term as president, but is leaving prematurely after the Liberal Party's disastrous defeat at the polls.

Student strike, constitutional recognition and a huge steer — The Wrap

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'The Wrap' is RN Drive's summary of the biggest stories of the week, plus some you may have missed.

Bourke Street 'trolley man' in custody after alleged burglary

A 46-year-old dubbed "trolley man" for his Bourke Street heroics is in custody after being charged over an alleged burglary in East Melbourne.

Labor unable to reach agreement over encryption laws

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The Opposition says the Government has failed to address a range of serious concerns with the bill.

US Army developing exoskeletons to create new generation of 'super soldiers'

Worn over a pair of pants, the battery-operated exoskeleton uses a ranged of sensors, artificial intelligence and other technology to aid natural movements.

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Grand Designs Series 10 West London

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In a desperate attempt to live in one of London's most exclusive areas, a couple go underground, transforming a derelict bunker of 25 interconnecting rooms across 13 levels into a bespoke, subterranean home.

The Drum 30/11/2018

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Julia Baird is joined by Kellie Edwards, Parnell McGuinness, Rory O'Connor and Michael Bachelard to discuss the National Research Organisation for Women's Safety report, the G20 summit and an Indigenous voice to parliament.

'We are broken': NSW police officer killed in avalanche during NZ trek

The wife of a NSW policeman killed in an avalanche in New Zealand remembers her "Captain Awesome", as the department mourns a second officer killed in New Zealand's south island this year.

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'I thought I was dreaming': Sarina residents woken and told to flee bushfire in darkness

Residents of Sarina Beach in north Queensland recall the terrifying moment they were woken in the middle of the night and ordered to flee their homes in the face of a ferocious bushfire.

Far-right campaigner Gavin McInnes denied visa on character grounds

The right-wing provocateur and founder of the Proud Boys group is blocked from entering Australia, after his visa application was denied by the Home Affairs Department.

Analysis: Awkward encounters loom for Trump at the G20

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Donald Trump — a great fan of the musical Evita — doesn't really want to share the world stage with other national leaders over the next 48 hours at the G20 in Buenos Aires, writes Michael Vincent.

Labor proposes national ban on ticket bot software as scalpers leave fans fuming

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Labor says it will introduce a national ban on the use of ticket bot software and place a 10 per cent cap on ticket resale mark-ups if it wins government at the next federal election.

Up to $126m could have been stolen through Indigenous employment fund, report finds

The independence of an inter-agency task force investigating the largest known fraud ever committed in the Northern Territory may have been "impaired", according to a scathing report by the NT Auditor-General.

ABC News At Five 30/11/2018

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Weeknights at Five, Mary Gearin brings you a fast paced overview of the day's top stories, crossing to ABC reporters around the nation to bring you the facts and covering the stories and issues that matter to you.

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#MeToo founder says the portrayal of her movement has become 'unrecognisable'

The activist who started the Me Too movement over a decade ago says it has been misrepresented as a witch hunt out to start a gender war, but she wants to remind people why it started so it can remain a "movement" and not just a "moment"…

Students strike for climate change protests, defying calls to stay in school

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Thousands of Australian students have defied calls by the Prime Minister to stay in school and instead marched on the nation's capital cities, and some regional centres, demanding an end to political inertia on climate change.

Australia's emissions go up again, but Minister insists progress is being made

The latest greenhouse gas report shows a 1.3 per cent increase on the previous quarter, but Environment Minister Melissa Price says Australia is still on track to reduce emissions by 26-28 per cent.

Analysis: Banking royal commission summed up in NAB's befuddled performance

After nine months of damning evidence of misconduct and malpractice, the final fortnight of hearings neatly encapsulated the banking royal commission, especially the starkly contrasting evidence of NAB's CEO and chairman, writes Daniel…

Australia On The World Stage Series 2018 G20 Preview

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As world leaders arrive in Buenos Aires for the G20 Summit, ABC's Joe O'Brien talks to Merriden Varrall, Director of Geopolitics at KPMG about the key players and issues.

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Fears for colony after 30 penguins killed in another suspected dog attack

Yet another spate of penguin killings has Tasmanian authorities asking the public for help, after 30 small birds were found dead — the third such incident in six months.

'Rapidly changing environment': Women and kids airlifted from dangerous fire zone

Residents in the path of a large fire which "poses a threat to all lives directly in its path" in north Queensland are being urged to seek shelter immediately as it is too late to evacuate.

Is Robert Mueller trying to catch out Donald Trump in a lie?

Donald Trump's former lawyer has given a new version of events on business dealings with Russia. The question now is what this means for the US President himself.

Former male model sentenced to jail over his role in massive bikie brawl at strip club

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A senior Comancheros bikie, who previously had a career as a male model, is warned he will not have a future in the modelling industry "if he keeps smashing glasses on his forehead" during sentencing for his part in a strip club brawl.