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Title Lateline: 06/05/14
Published Australia : ABC, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (40 min. 49 sec.) ; 246523690 bytes
Summary SENIOR LIBS CONCERNED ABOUT DEBT TAXPeter Costello, Peter Reith, John Hewson and Amanda Vanstone are expressing grave reservations about plans for a debt tax in the upcoming budget.ICAC ADJOURNED FOR THREE MONTHSThe New South Wales corruption inquiry has been adjourned for three months to investigate serious irregularities in electoral funding which means the final report will be published just before Christmas.AUDIT COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATIONS DON'T ADD UPHealth industry have come out punching against the commission of audit's proposals to rein in health costs. They're especially concerned about proposed co-payments for visits to the GP, and claim the commission has its numbers wrong on how frequently Australians go to their doctor.BUSWELL WON'T SAY IF HE WAS DRUNKFormer West Australian Treasurer, Troy Buswell returned to parliament for the first time since crashing his ministerial car and revealed he suffers from bipolar disorder but repeatedly refused to answer questions about whether he was drunk at the time.POLICE INVESTIGATE PACKER PUNCHNew South Wales police have launched an investigation into the brawl between James Packer and David Gyngell despite not receiving any complaints.TIME TO END SILENCE ON VIOLENCENorthern Terrritory Minister for Women's policy, Bess Price, discusses violence in Indigenous communities and says it is now time for people to speak out against the violence and to do something to combat it.PROTESTORS CALL FOR GOVERNMENT ACTIONNigerian protestors have called for their government to do more to free hundreds of schoolgirls from the radical Islamist kidnappers who are threatening to sell the girls into slavery.EUROPE CONCERNED ABOUT GASEuropean leaders are getting edgy about their reliance on the Russian gas that moves through Ukraine and supplies one third of Europe's gas needs.NEW DUTCH SOLUTION TO FLOODSThe Netherlands thinks it has some of the answers to the increased global threat of flooding and sea level rises and they involve giving the rivers more room to run rather than relying on the traditional defence of dykes
Event Broadcast 2014-05-06 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Alcoholism and crime -- Government policy.
Dikes (Engineering)
Women -- Crimes against.
Women -- Death.
Women, Aboriginal Australian -- Social conditions.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, host
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter
Hassett, Shaun, reporter
Iggulden, Tom, reporter
Miller, Barbara, reporter
Williams, Philip, reporter
Abbott, Tony, contributor
Ayres, Stuart, contributor
Brouwer, Hans, contributor
Buswell, Troy, contributor
Carney, Jay, contributor
Costello, Peter, contributor
Hambleton, Steve, contributor
Hewson, John, contributor
Hooijmaijers, Nol, contributor
Mayne, Stephen, contributor
Natelegawa, Marty, contributor
Obedairo, Charlotte, contributor
Olthuis, Koen, contributor
Price, Bess, contributor
Pyne, Christopher, contributor
Shekau, Abubakar, contributor
Shepherd, Tony, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor
Thomas, Lee, contributor
Vanstone, Amanda, contributor
Verhoeven, Alison, contributor
Westdijk, Cees, contributor