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Title The 7.30 Report: 28/01/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Summary TONY WINDSOR CALLS FOR PERMANENT DISASTER RELIEFThe Gillard Government's newly proposed flood levy is already facing some major challenges and will need the support of the Independents to get through parliament.BOB KATTER DISCUSSES PROPOSED FLOOD LEVYIndependent MP Bob Katter discusses the Gillard Government's proposed flood levy.PUBLIC OUTCRY IN BRITAIN OVER VACCINE SHORTAGEAnger is mounting in Britain over a shortage of flu vaccines as the death toll from the virus increases.HIGH IMPRISONMENT RATES SPARK COMMUNITY CONCERNThe high incarceration rate of Pacific Islanders in Australia has community leaders concerned, prompting them to take matters into their own hands.THE ECONOMIC TOLL OF THE FLOOD DISASTERIn economic terms, the Queensland floods, are the biggest natural disaster in Australia's history - put at around $5.6 billion dollars
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2011-01-28 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Capital levy.
Disaster relief -- Government policy.
Floods -- Economic aspects.
H1N1 influenza.
Influenza vaccines.
United Kingdom.
Form Streaming video
Author Ameen, Gemma, contributor
Bligh, Anna, contributor
Bowden, Tracy, host
Brimblecombe, Linton, contributor
Cameron, Fina, contributor
Dimopoulos, Maria, contributor
Dunning, Jake, contributor
Finley, Brent, contributor
Fraser, Andrew, contributor
Goodwin, Mick, contributor
Hayes, A. G. D. (Anthony G. D.), contributor
Katter, Bob, contributor
Kelley, Chris, contributor
Lansley, Andrew, contributor
Loel, Lizzie, contributor
Meadows, Chris, contributor
Openshaw, Peter, contributor
Ravulo, Jioji, contributor
Roche, Michael, contributor
Sharpe, John, contributor
Taylor, John, reporter
Williams, Phillip, contributor
Windsor, Tony, contributor