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Title 7.30: 24/04/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Summary NSW POLICE FACE PIRACY CLAIMSA UK software company claims that New South Wales Police have been using pirated copies of their database system.US PROPERTY MARKET OFFERS PROMISES AND PITFALLSAfter the US sub-prime mortgage disaster and subsequent global financial crisis, Australian investors are being drawn in to the American property market but face potential pitfalls and predators.PARLIAMENTARY LEADER ALBANESE ADDRESSES SLIPPER AFFAIRAnthony Albanese is Federal Minister for Infrastructure and Transport as well as Leader of the House and responds to accusations against the Parliament's Speaker, Peter Slipper.PUBLIC SCHOOL LAUNCHES CAREER FOR DEAF ARTISTAn artist born profoundly deaf has been able to stay at home in rural South Australia and launch a career, thanks to the local school
Event Broadcast 2012-04-24 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Deaf artists.
Financial crises -- Economic aspects.
Real estate investment.
Swindlers and swindling.
Trials (Piracy)
Software piracy.
United Kingdom.
New South Wales.
Form Streaming video
Author Uhlmann, Chris, host
Cornwall, Deborah, reporter
Hoy, Greg, reporter
Sexton, Mike, reporter
Albanese, Anthony, contributor
Allen, Andrew, contributor
Cooper, Steve, contributor
Craig, Bruce, contributor
Hicks, Gavin, contributor
Hill-Smith, Sam, contributor
Jenman, Neil, contributor
Laws, Jeremy, contributor
Mcgrath, Emma, contributor
Parsons, Allyson, contributor
parsons, Marie, contributor
Parsons, Woolford, contributor
Speck, Michael, contributor
Towers, Clinton, contributor
Tucker, Audrey, contributor
Wilkie, Alan, contributor