ABC Australia: ABC News at noon (6th January 2017)

A full bulletin with the latest national and international news, sport and weather from ABC News at Noon presented by Kathryn Robinson.
In this bulletin:
Opener and the Federal Government suspends the supply of imported Green Prawns following the spread of White Spot Disease.
Indonesia backs down on cutting military ties with Australia.
US Head of Intelligence tells inquiry Russia poses a threat to the country after cyber attacks.
Warnings of measles after a case was reported at Sydney Airport.
An impulse purchase was behind the Health Minister buying a Gold Coast apartment, using Taxpayers money for her travels.
Federal opposition slams the government over Centrelink recovery program.
4 people face hate crime and kidnapping charges over assault of a disabled man in Chicago streamed live on Facebook.
A beach with 1 million recycled balls will form part of the Sydney Festival.
TV advertisements for betting agencies and how it affects children.
Business report.
A day of extreme heat expected in South Australia today, warning cards handed out to tourists at Adelaide Airport.
Weather forecast.

Headline recap.
A new study suggests people who live near major roads could be at risk of Dementia (report from BBC).
Top Intelligence officials call Russia a major threat to the US (report from Al Jazeera).
Garden report.
A twist of fate sees a musician return to her music following a cancer battle.
One of the finalists for Australian of the Year, Paris Aristotle, speaks on the issue of refugee protection.
Many top restaurants are featuring a new fish onto their menus.
The Flickerfest competition gets underway at Bondi Beach.
Weather report with Kirsten Veness and closer.
Recorded 6th January 2017 via ABC iView.
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