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Hello, Kathryn Robinson with the latest headlines from ABC News.

Bill Shorten has revealed the ALP's plans to crack down on Australians who use trusts to avoid paying tax. Speaking to a meeting of the New South Wales branch of the Labor party, the opposition leader confirmed a Shorten Labor government would introduce legislation for a 30 per cent tax rate on distributions from discretionary trusts.

The federal government has announced a review into water use in the Murray Darling Basin. Last week the ABC Four Corners program highlighted alleged cases of water theft in New South Wales. All states in the Basin will be now be asked to agree to a review of their compliance systems.

Us president Donald Trump says he's "very disappointed" with China for not doing enough to stop North Korea's weapons program. It comes a day after Pyongyang test-fired its second intercontinental ballistic missile. In response to the test, two US B-1 bombers have conducted exercises over the Korean Peninsula.

And in the AFL Collingwood and Adelaide have played out an exciting draw at the MCG. The Magpies were all set to cause a boilover but a spectacular Crows goal after the siren saw the scores end locked up at 103 apiece.

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