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The top stories on ABC News:

The Banking Royal Commission is continuing in Melbourne, with Westpac facing questions today. One Westpac customer spoke of her heartbreak after selling her family home on the bank's advice, only to later find out her retirement plan was impossible. Earlier today, the Commonwealth Bank admitted it had continued charging fees to people who had died for advice it hadn't provided anyway.

The live export industry has dropped it's long-standing opposition to the appointment of an independent animal welfare inspector, after growing community outrage. Industry representatives are backing Labor's plan for more oversight and regulation but some argue this proposal doesn't go far enough. Liberal backbencher Sussan Ley is planning to introduce a bill to end the live sheep export trade completely.

Ipswich mayor Andrew Antoniolli has defended his council's decision to ditch it's recycling program, saying the rising costs of waste management are unsustainable. All waste from the area will now be taken to landfill. But experts have warned it sets a dangerous precedent, saying it's only a matter of time before other councils scrap their recycling programs as well.

And the action movie "Black Panther" has been the first film to screen in a cinema in Saudi Arabia in 35 years. The return of movie theatres is part of an effort to ease social restrictions and provide young Saudi's with more entertainment.

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