The 7.30 Report

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The 7.30 Report

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This Australian current affairs program airs Monday to Thursday, with sister program, Stateline screened in the same time slot on Fridays. From its inception in 1986 until the end of 1994, the show had a separate edition for each state, with its own presenter. Kerry O'Brien took over as national presenter in 1995, where he remained until announcing his departure in 2010. He presented the final program on December 9, 2010. The ABC issued a statement in late 2010 stating that the show would be revamped before its 2011 debut, with new presenters and a new name, 7:30. [Please see the 7:30 show space for information on the new program.]
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