What progress has been made on ending child poverty?
It was lauded as groundbreaking legislation, introduced as a top priority by the Prime Minister herself and nearly unanimously supported by Parliament. So what inroads have been made to help the 100,000 children living in poverty since the Child Poverty Reduction Bill was passed in December? And is there still the same drive to improve the lives of the country's most vulnerable citizens - the subject of such impassioned rhetoric when the coalition government came into power? Matthew Theunissen reports.