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Title Lateline: 09/03/16
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary WILL TONY WINDSOR MAKE A POLITICAL COMEBACK?Lateline's Political Correspondent David Lipson spends a day on the road with former Independent MP Tony Windsor ahead of an expected announcement that he'll contest the seat of New England against Barnaby Joyce.THE NEW TYPE OF COURT TO STOP YOUNG ABORIGINAL OFFENDERS ENDING UP IN JAILA youth Indigenous court is offering an alternative to a prison sentence for young offenders. Lateline gained exclusive access to the Koori Court in Sydney.PANEL DEBATE: JUDGE HEEMI TAUMAUNU AND JOSEPHINE CASHMAN, A MEMBER OF THE PRIME MINISTER'S INDIGENOUS ADVISORY COUNCILSpeaks with Judege Taumaunu and Josephine Cashman and asks them whether the youth Indigenous court system works and whether it will reduce the number Aboriginal youths who go to jail
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-03-09 at 22:20:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Elections -- Political aspects.
Juvenile delinquents -- Services for.
Teenage boys -- Drug use.
Young adults -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
Lipson, David, reporter
Cashman, Josephine, contributor
Chessor, Kellie, contributor
Davies, Alun, contributor
Duncombe, Sue, contributor
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor
Moore, Michelle, contributor
Smith, Wandjan, contributor
Sowden, Rachael, contributor
Taumaunu, Heemi, contributor
Windsor, Tony, contributor