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We had:

Professor Martine Maron, an environmental scientist with the The University of Queensland discussing how the Federal Government is preparing to introduce major changes to environmental laws that could threaten already endangered species and habitats around Queensland.

Tim Murphy, Leukaemia Foundation General Manager of Blood Cancer Partnerships talking about how a alarming rise in Australia’s blood cancer rates highlights urgent need for national action and how September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month.

Matty yarns with Casey Donovan, 2020 R U OK? Day ambassador about how a conversation can change a life and what we can do to check in on others while social distancing. Visit

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