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The opposition leader Anthony Albanese will front media soon, likely with a response to this new $1.2 billion travel industry support package just annouced by the federal government.
Reporter Nino Bucci will bring us more on this soon.
MinterEllison confirm chief executive Annette Kimmitt will leave the firm, effective immediately. Staff were informed via an email from the chairman David O’Brien sent at 9.57pm yesterday
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