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Title 7.30: 13/03/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Summary NUCLEAR ROYAL COMMISSION EXAMINES HOW TO TURN URANIUM INTO PROFITSouth Australia's announced a Royal Commission to examine how the State can better profit from its uranium deposits, but anti-nuclear activists fear it's a fig leaf for a nuclear waste dump.'CLIVE PALMER SHOULDN'T BE WRITTEN OFF' DESPITE SENATOR'S RESIGNATION, SAYS NICK XENOPHONClive Palmer can still be a force in Australian politics despite Senator Glenn Lazarus resigning from his party, suggests fellow Nick Xenophon, who also gives his backing to South Australia's Royal Commission and the push for clemency for the Bali 9 duo Chan and Sukumaran. MISOGYNY OF INDIAN RAPISTS AND THEIR LAWYERS AIRED IN DOCO BUT WILL IT HARM JUSTICE?The misogynistic views of the men who raped and killed 23-year-old Jyoti Singh in New Delhi in 2013 have been revealed in a documentary - but is it vital to expose these views or will it prejudice the justice process? And a warning that this story contains highly disturbing descriptions
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-03-13 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Documentary films -- Political aspects.
Misogyny.
Radioactive waste disposal -- Risk assessment.
Rapists -- Psychology.
Uranium industry -- Economic aspects.
South Australia.
India.
Form Streaming video
Author Lane, Sabra, host
Chakrabati, Simi, reporter
Mann, Alex, reporter
March, Stephanie, reporter
Mend, Jessicah, reporter
Devi, Asha, contributor
Nath, Badri, contributor
Palmer, Clive, contributor
Rao, Nandita, contributor
Singh, AP, contributor
Udwin, Leslee, contributor
Weatherill, Jay, contributor
Xenophon, Nick, contributor