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Title Lateline: 11/11/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary ASYLUM PROCESSING THROWN INTO DOUBT BY HIGH COURTThe High Court has ruled that asylum seekers being processed offshore should have their cases heard in Australian courts.LABOR RESPONSIBLE FOR HIGH COURT RULING: MORRISONOpposition immigration spokesman Scott Morrison says, Labor are responsible for the High Court's ruling that asylum seekers should have their cases heard by Australian courts.HIGH COURT'S ASYLUM DECISION ALLOWS FAIR HEARINGSBarrister and human rights advocate Julian Burnside, talks about the High Court's decision. He believes asylum seekers are more likely to get a fair assessment of their claims.ANTI-BIKIE LAWS UNCONSTITUTIONAL: HIGH COURTThe High Court has ruled South Australia's anti-bikie legislation is unconstitutional. A decision that could affect moves by other states to introduce similar laws.STUDENTS COULD TAKE ATO FOR MILLIONSA High Court decision could pave the way for thousands of students receiving youth allowance to claim tax deductions.BUSINESS UNDERWAY AT G20 SUMMITThe G20 summit is officially underway, with leaders trying to come to an agreement on overhauling the global financial system.OIL FIRE CAUSED QANTAS ENGINE EXPLOSIONThe European Aviation Safety Agency says it appears an oil fire was responsible for Qantas' mid-air crisis over Indonesia.HONEYMOON KILLER RELEASED TO DETENTION CENTREThe future for American Gabe Watson remains uncertain following his release from a Queensland prison. He is now in a Victorian immigration detention centre while the Australian Government waits for assurances from Washington that he won't face the death penalty if deported
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-11-11 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Constitutional law -- Decision making.
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Form Streaming video
Author Anstis, Symone, contributor
Barlow, Karen, reporter
Bowen, Chris, contributor
Brice, Rebecca, reporter
Burnside, Julian, contributor
Caldicott, Craig, contributor
Cannane, Steve, host
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Hanson-Young, Sarah, contributor
Hatzistergos, John, contributor
Mackie, Tom, contributor
MacPherson, Mick, contributor
Manne, David, contributor
McDonald, Susan, reporter
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Nathan, Sara, contributor
Poyhonen, Natalie, reporter
Rann, Mike, contributor
Rau, John, contributor
Redmond, Isobel, contributor
Seng, Chew Choon, contributor
Simkin, Mark, reporter
Smith, Mike, contributor
Swan, Wayne, contributor
Thomas, Tommy, contributor
Valeska, Don, contributor
Wirth, Olivia, contributor