Remember back in 2011 the Commonwealth banned live exports, destroying some producer's livelihoods? The Federal Court has deliberated for 18 months and on Tuesday finally ruled this ban was unlawful and that producers were "entitled to substantial damages". Producers in the 300-strong class action are seeking $600 million for lost income.
Plus, the latest on the protests over the killing of George Floyd and ongoing police brutality in the US as well as protest in Sydney on Tuesday.
And with an election in November, how are the protests affecting Trump's popularity?
The death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of police has sparked widespread rioting across the United States, with protesters saying police brutality against black Americans must be stopped.
And, first nations Australians say we should be equally concerned about Australia's record on Indigenous deaths in custody - with more than 400 deaths since a Royal Commission looked into the issue 30 years ago.
Plus, the emotional and mental toll of the governments catastrophic robodebt scheme.
It's the Friday shakeup and we're talking...
Riots in Minneapolis, a huge win for robodebt victims in the courts, Trump takes on twitter, and all the other big topics of the week.
Join aussie actor Remy Hii, Noongar and Yamatji woman and mental health advocate Brooke Blurton and Hack's own Avani Dias for your weekly debrief.
This weekend marks a year since Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez disappeared from Byron Bay, NSW in mysterious circumstances. Today, his family members on why they need anyone with information to come forward.
Plus, how we can do our bit for reconciliation and support first nations friends and family.
And, why we're so comforted by the nostalgia of old films and music.