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Its International Day of the Sawfish tomorrow. To mark the occasion and bring attention to the critically endangered sawfish a group from the Kimberley made up of Traditional Owners, Indigenous Rangers and scientists are heading to Parliament House tomorrow. Monique Barker, Campaign Coordinator with Kimberley Like Nowhere Else, is in the studio just after 9am to explain why we should all be very concerned about this unique part of our state.

At 9:30 we spoke to Karen Waller, PhD candidate at Sydney Uni and co-author of a recently released paper that recommends reassessing the definition of high risk groups when accepting organs for donation.

After 10 o'clock ethesist, Dr Julie Crews joins me to discuss the upcoming round of local elections. Are voters jaded by and unlikely to participate in a system that sees the bins emptied but also some appalling ethics on display?

And finally at 10:30 its time for our weekly dose of Understory.



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