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Breakfast - 2013-06-12 MP3

Papers with James Carleton. Sport with Warwick Hadfield. Julie Bishop: women not worse off under a Coalition government. Americans split over latest leaker. Finance update with Elysse Morgan. AM with Tony Eastley. Politics with Michelle Grattan. Royal Commission moves on to Brisbane. Environment Department avoids Queensland oil spill. New Council to guide super sector. Cellist Alisa Weilerstein plays live. Feminists ... Source: abc.net.au

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