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Title Lateline: 10/05/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Summary NSW POLICE WARNED OF A POSSIBLE CATHOLIC CHURCH PAEDOPHILE NETWORK AS EARLY AS 2004The New South Wales special commission of inquiry into clerical abuse in the Hunter region has heard that police were warned of the danger of a possible paedophile ring as far back as 2004.WOMAN PULLED ALIVE FROM THE RUINS OF COLLAPSED BANGLADESHI BUILDINGAn amazing tale of survival in Bangladesh, with a woman pulled from the rubble of a factory complex 17 days after the building collapsed.NSW TOWN IN SHOCK AT OVERBOARD DISAPPEARANCE OF LOCAL PARAMEDIC AND GIRLFRIENDThe small New South Wales town of Barra-buh is in shock at the disappearance of a local paramedic and his girlfriend who went overboard from a cruise ship.TURNBULL RE-LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN FOR AUSTRALIAN REPUBLICIt's been more than a decade since the Republican movement was defeated at a referendum, but now a revival is underway to put a Republic back on the national agenda.CRISIS HOTLINE FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLE FACES AXEA 24-hour hotline providing crucial legal advice and support to thousands of Indigenous people arrested by police each year faces the axe due to a funding stoush between the NSW and Federal Governments.RESERVE BANK SOUNDS SIGNIFICANT WARNING ON THE ECONOMYThe Reserve Bank has sounded a warning on the economy as the mining boom tapers off and new sources of growth remain uncertain. But with the budget just days away, the Treasurer is insisting the Australian economy's prospects remain strong as interest rates come down with more cuts tipped by the end of the year.FRIDAY NIGHT FORUMTo discuss the week in politics and economics, Manager of Opposition Business, Christopher Pyne and Assistant Treasurer, David Bradbury.FUNDRAISING EFFORT TO HELP VICTORIAN CHILDREN STILL TRAUMATISED BLACK SATURDAY BUSHFIRESSchool principals have joined members of Victorian communities hit by the Black Saturday bush fires, raising funds to help students still suffering from post traumatic stress
Event Broadcast 2013-05-10 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Child sexual abuse -- Investigation.
Child sexual abuse by clergy.
Consumer credit.
Economics -- Political aspects.
Political campaigns.
New South Wales.
South Australia -- Adelaide.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, host
Ritchie, Kerri, reporter
Smith, Suzanne, reporter
Throwden, Ellesa, reporter
Bradbury, David, contributor
Carpenter, Clair, contributor
Cohen, Mark, contributor
Flint, David, contributor
Fox, Peter, contributor
Gallop, Geoff, contributor
Hayward, Jane, contributor
Keneally, Thomas, contributor
McKenie, John, contributor
Naden, Phil, contributor
Pyne, Christopher, contributor
Sullivan, Bonnie, contributor
Swan, Wayne, contributor
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor