29 Jul 2015

Top Stories for Wednesday 29 July 2015

From Morning Report, 6:00 am on 29 July 2015

The director of a medicines lobby group says final Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations will mean many countries will not be able to afford lifesaving drugs. The family of Blessie Gotinko say Corrections should have done a better job of monitoring the man convicted of murdering her, Tony Douglas Robertson. We'll talk to Corrections' Northern Regional Commissioner, Jeanette Burns to get her response, shortly. Also a leaked Government document shows schools could be allowed to vary their opening hours, and have one principal running several schools.