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Title Lateline: 28/03/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (36 min. 8 sec.) ; 219413515 bytes
Summary O'FARRELL TAKES NSW IN HISTORIC LANDSLIDELabor's reign over New South Wales has officially ended with the swearing in of Liberal leader Barry O'Farrell.GUILTY VERDICT IN BRIDGE MURDERA man who threw his daughter off one of Melbourne's busiest bridges has been found guilty of murder.LIBYAN REBELS MAKE RAPID ADVANCESLibyan rebels helped by coalition air strikes have been retaking key towns as they advance on the capital, Tripoli.RADIOACTIVE WATER FOUND AT FUKUSHIMAWorkers have been evacuated from the Fukushima nuclear plant after high levels of radiation were detected.SARTOR: ADMINISTRATION LOST THE PLOTSpeaks with former New South Wales cabinet minister Frank Sartor. He says Labor got addicted to marketing and forgot about policy.GOVERNMENT GAINS INDEPENDENTS' SUPPORT FOR NBNThe Government has passed a key piece of NBN legislation after agreeing to ensure pricing parity between city and rural users.THAI WOMEN RESORT TO HOME ABORTIONSA Thai government crackdown on illegal abortion clinics has seen women turn to drugs bought over the Internet
Event Broadcast 2011-03-28 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Abortion -- Law and legislation.
Abortion -- Social aspects.
Australian Labor Party.
Civil war.
Elections -- Australian states.
Qaddafi, Muammar.
Form Streaming video
Author Abbott, Tony, contributor
Albanese, Anthony, contributor
Barlow, Karen, reporter
Boonpakdee, Nattaya, contributor
Daniel, Zoe, reporter
Edano, Yukio, contributor
Faulkner, John, contributor
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Hawke, Bob, contributor
Ibrahim, Moussa, contributor
Knight, Ben, reporter
Kurita, Takashi, contributor
Mingkwanta, Anon, contributor
Moore, Ali, host
Oakeshott, Rob, contributor
O'Farrell, Barry, contributor
Pyne, Christopher, reporter
Sartor, Frank, contributor
Willacy, Mark, reporter
Windsor, Tony, contributor