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Title 7.30: 14/09/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (29 min. 51 sec.) ; 181257236 bytes
Summary XENOPHON SPEECH PUTS PARLIAMENTARY PRIVILEGE IN SPOTLIGHTThe use of the parliamentary privilege is under scrutiny after sensational allegations made by independent Senator Nick Xenophon.CHRIS UHLMANN INTERVIEWS THE PRIME MINISTERDiscusses the state of the nation, and the government's policies with Julia Gillard.THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEMISE OF ANSETTTen years ago Ansett Airlines collapsed and 15,000 workers lost their jobs. Some have coped better than others but all miss the Ansett family.ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S RICHEST WOMEN'S INTEREST IN ABORIGINAL ARTIn the 1970s Aboriginal people of the desert country began telling traditional stories through modern means - by painting their symbols and stories on canvas, often using acrylic paint. One of their most committed patrons has been Janet Holmes a Court
Event Broadcast 2011-09-14 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Social life and customs.
Ansett Airlines.
Artists, Aboriginal Australian.
Australian states -- Politics and government.
Emigration and immigration law.
Workers' compensation claims.
Form Streaming video
Author Andrivon, Caroline, contributor
Bracy, Tony, reporter
Craven, Greg, contributor
Cumpston, Nici, contributor
Dempsey, Ian, contributor
Ewart, Heather, reporter
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Griffiths, Lionel, contributor
Hepworth, John, contributor
Holmes, Janet, contributor
Hoy, Greg, reporter
Korda, Mark, contributor
Pickering, Alan, contributor
Sales, Leigh, host
Sexton, Mike, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, contributor
White, Linda, contributor
Wilson, Philip, contributor