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Australia news roundup: 21-27 June

This week: a national health platform, ARC seeks directors, a federal reshuffle and more

In depth: In 2003, when a New South Wales woman was convicted of killing all four of her children over a period of several years, it seemed another tragic case of family violence. But over the ensuing years, Australian scientists and researchers have become convinced that new research casts serious doubt on the conviction of New South Wales woman Kathleen Folbigg, now 55.

Full story: Scientific witness

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