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Welcome to Australia Votes. I'm Lyndal Curtis. Tonight the Treasurer confirms the government's looking for spending cuts as it prepares its pre-election economic statement. And we look at what may take over from the mining boom, the future for gas. Also tonight with Matt tonight - News Exchange with Matt Cargill.Ahead - some of Australia's newest citizens on of on having their say tonne having the right to vote and beating the Australia tax. A parliamentary inquiry recommends businesses parliamentary recommends businesses find ways to lawfully evade technology to that allows IT companies to charge up to twice as much for their products in Australia. We're asking:

It's back to cap tail hill in a moment. First here is a check of the news headlines.Good evening. Several thousand supporters of the deposed Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi have marched to a military facility in Cairo in defiance of a warning by the army to stay away. Further violence in Egypt looks in spokes
increasingly likely but a spokes nan for Mr Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood says Zorro so far there has been no intervention by the military. military intelligence
The march circulate ed the military intelligence building for a lot of 10 to 15 minutes. At least 37 people are dead after a bus plunged over an overmass in Italy. The coach passengers were returning to Naples after a pilgrimage when their bus plummeted 30m off the flyover. Authorities say the bus hit several cars before crashing through a guardrail, flinging some passengers from the vehicle. It is not yet clear how many people were on board but there are reports many were children. At least 11 people have been injured. The driver of the train that crashed in Spain last week has been charged with 79 counts of reckless homicide. The 52-year-old has been released on bail after a closed-door court hearing. There are reports he has told the court he was going too fast when the train crashed as it rounded a bend. 70 people remain in hospital after the derailment, which was Spain's worst train disaster in decades. Under his bail conditions the driver is not allowed to drive trains for six months and must report to court every week. A major environmental clean-up is under way in Queensland. Up to 10 tonnes of heavy oil spilt overnight from a vessel into the Port of Brisbane. Major disruptions have been avoided.About 1400m along the wharf there . We have booms going in place at the moment and we will be skiming that oil. It may take to completely complete it up about a week. We have affected.Authorities believe they've have had some bird life they've identified the boat responsible. Its owner face fines up responsible. Its face responsible. Its owner could
face fines up to $11 plus the clean-up costs. The Bill
first public hearings into a Bill to decriminalise abortion in Tasmania have begun in Hobart. The Bill, which passed the House in April which allow terminations up to 16 weeks on advice from a doctor. A Melbourne obstetrician was one of a group of doctors who in 2000 terminated a 32-year-old foetus diagnosed with dwarfism because the mother was suicidal. Giving evidence via teleconference, he said bad laws make people suffer. And he's no fan of Tasmania's current laws. A Bill passed by Tasmania's Lower House of Parliament in April would remove abortion from the Criminal Code and allow terminations at up a to 16 weeks on advice from a doctor. That Bill is now being considered by Tasmania's Conservative Upper House. The Professor told today's public hearing the move to decriminalise abortion has been too long coming. But he's critical that under the proposed legislation, a late-term abortion would be defined at 16 weeks. He says it's inappropriate and unnecessary. And he doesn't support a cut-off earlier than 24 weeks. With 150 submissions to be considered by the Upper House inquiry, several days of emotional and complex evidence are expected.

Police have found more explosive material ant Ipswich home west of Brisbane where a man was critically injured in a blast last week. Bomb Squad