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Title Lateline: 25/09/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (29 min. 43 sec.) ; 175047958 bytes
Summary MALCOLM TURNBULL'S SECOND WEEK AS PRIME MINISTER HAS WRAPPED UP WITH A BIG BOUNCE IN THE POLLS AND A MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCEMalcolm Turnbull's second week as Prime Minister has wrapped up with a big bounce in the polls and a major announcement on domestic violence.PANEL: JOSH FRYDENBERG, MINISTER FOR RESOURCES, ENERGY AND NORTHERN AUSTRALIA AND LABOR FRONTBENCHER ED HUSICTony Jones hosts a panel with Josh Frydenberg and Ed Husic where he asks what happens to Labor if new Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull occupies the middle ground, and what do they make of Australia's 'spending problem'.BARRISTER JULIAN BURNSIDE ASSEMBLES A TEAM OF LAWYERS TO WORK PRO BONO FOR PEOPLE DISPUTING MELBOURNE'S MYKI FINESCommuters have been hit with penalties when their card didn't register, and human rights lawyer Julian Burnside has gone into bat for those who dispute the fines
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-09-25 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Public Transport Corporation (Vic.)
Economic development -- Technological innovations.
Fines (Penalties)
Prime ministers -- Decision making.
Transportation -- Tickets.
Turnbull, Malcolm, 1954-.
Victoria -- Melbourne.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
Om, Jason, reporter
Bishop, Julie, contributor
Bowen, Daniel, contributor
Burnside, Julian, contributor
Curatolo, Justine, contributor
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, contributor
Frydenberg, Josh, contributor
Husic, Ed, contributor
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor
Priest, Rob, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor