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Title Lateline: 20/05/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (29 min. 9 sec.) ; 176195904 bytes
Summary INTERVIEW: NICK O'BRIEN, COUNTER-TERRORISM EXPERTHead of the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security, Nick O'Brien, tells Tony Jones locking up Australians who've fought for Islamic State won't work and Australia needs to look at the bigger picture.INTERVIEW: NURSE LIBBY BOWELLLibby Bowell is an Australian nurse who's been awarded the Florence Nightingale Medal - the highest international honour in nursing, which recognises courage and devotion to victims of armed conflict or natural disaster. Most recently, she's been working in Liberia during the ebola outbreak, and she spoke to Tony Jones about the ongoing epidemic.THE ORIGINAL TATTOOED LADYIn the early 1960s, photographs of a heavily tattooed woman from Australia known as Cindy Ray started appearing around the world. She became one of Australia's first female tattoo artists. Her real name is Bev Nicholas - and at 72, she's still inking bodies. Sashka Koloff has her story
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-05-20 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Governmental investigations.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Women tattoo artists.
Tattooed women.
Victoria -- Melbourne Region.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
Abbott, Tony, contributor
Aylward, Bruce, contributor
Bowell, Llibby, contributor
Chan, Margaret, contributor
Koloff, Sashka, contributor
Nicholas, Bev, contributor
O'Brien, Nick, contributor
Scipione, Andrew, contributor
Stewart, Brett, contributor