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In South Africa there's outrage over the $30 million renovation bill for president Jacob Zuma's private retirement home. Zumaville, as the estate has become known, dwarfs all public spending for previous presidents and it appears as though the government has worked hard to keep the renovation costs and the estate hidden from view. Source: abc.net.au
A Commonwealth, State and Territory agreement on Indigenous Health funding expires in June, with a replacement yet to be struck. The issue isn't on tomorrow's COAG agenda, but the Prime Minister has committed $777m to a new agreement today and will write to her state and territory colleagues urging them to re-commit money and sign up, ASAP.
The Norwegian man who's admitted to killing 77 people, many of them teenagers, addressed the court in Oslo overnight to try to defend the indefensible. Anders Breivik said the victims of his bomb and shooting attacks last year were "collateral damage" in his war against multiculturalism in Norway. The court will use his long statement to help it decide whether Breivik was sane when he carried out the massacre.