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While You Were Working: Tuesday 7 June, 2016

Take a moment for yourself and catch up on the news of the day.


Labor unveils $3 Billion childcare policy

Labor has unveiled a policy promising a $2,500 increase in the childcare rebate cap from January next year.


What happens when kids ask politicians their questions?

Politicians are used to answering questions from the media but not from kids. Barnaby Joyce, Larissa Waters and Amanda Rishworth faced quite a grilling from the youngsters.


Hillary Clinton is the presumptive Democratic nominee

The former Secretary of State now has the delegates required to clinch her party's presidential nomination, the AP reported Monday. She is the first woman to do so.


Bill Shorten announces funding to protect great barrier reef

Labor has pledged an extra $380 million to saving the Great Barrier Reef as part of their election campaign, with plans to protect the natural wonder from the “disastrous” effects of climate change. The announcment comes as new studies reveal that 35% of the reef is dead or dying.


PM announces first ever facebook debate, rejecting sky news

The PM gives Sky News the cold shoulder, accepting an offer to debate online.

“These are the platforms that many people, many would say most Australians see most of their media or news on. I think it’s important that we have an innovative election and use the platforms that Australians use,” said Turnbull.

Source: BuzzFeed News.


Source: Twitter Moments.

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