Radio Adelaide's Zoe is back for another week catching us up on the latest news out of Australia. This week, environmental protestors have violently clashed with police in Melbourne. And the government's investigating using facial recognition software - but would it breach your privacy?
Australian correspondent Zoe is back for another week. This week, she tells Stewart why Pauline Hanson's fronting an inquiry into the Family Court system in Australia. Plus, the story of an Aboriginal woman dying in police custody. Why have police not apologised?
Australian correspondent Zoe is back once again, all the way from Adelaide!
This week, the federal government in Canberra has announced a welfare reform and is forcing welfare recipients to undergo drug testing in order for them to receive payments. And, more than 500 protesters gathered in front of the state parliament in Melbourne to protest against a new highway. It's neighbourhood watch time.
Neighbourhood Watch is back for another week! Aussie correspondent Zoe catches Stewart Sowman-Lund up with all the latest news from across the ditch. This week, a religious freedom bill is making waves in Parliament. Plus, a Sri Lankan family have been the focus of enormous public outcry since the government attempted to deport them last week.
*NOTE: This is the FULL interview with Zoe. An abridged version was played on air due to time constraints.