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July 26: AIDS 2014, MH17, Carbon Tax repeal


In this week’s show we focus on the AIDS 2014 conference — what is being done, and how young people are involved. Yen Eriksen speaks to people at the conference and reports back to host Jessica Lukjanow.

Finbar O’Mallon has his weekly wrap and Martin Ditmann brings us all the important polls and swings, this week from Stafford in Queensland.

Julia Pillai looks at the political fallout from the MH17 tragedy — what will it mean for Australia’s relationship with Russia and elsewhere on the world stage?

Rachael Ward explains why the Australian Education Union is suing the Victorian government and Daniel Thompson speaks to Greens senator Janet Rice about the end of the carbon tax.

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