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Title 7.30: 05/08/14
Published Australia : ABC, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (32 min. 12 sec.) ; 195057574 bytes
Summary BABY GAMMY'S BIOLOGICAL FATHER REVEALED AS CONVICTED PAEDOPHILE, RAISES SURROGACY LAW QUESTIONSThe WA man accused of leaving his biological son, baby Gammy, in Thailand, has two convictions for indecently dealing with children under 13, raising questions about surrogacy laws internationally and in Australia. HOMEGROWN TERRORISM AUSTRALIA'S MAIN NATIONAL SECURITY CONCERN SAYS JULIE BISHOPCombating home-grown terrorism is the highest national security priority and data retention laws are necessary to let security agencies get ahead of technological changes, says Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. INSIDE THE WORLD OF AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL FORCES IN ACTION AND AT PLAYAustralian Special Forces in southern Afghanistan took cameras with them on a tour of duty, revealing a unique view of commandos in action and at play. THE SHARING ECONOMY - FINDING VALUE IN WHAT YOU ALREADY HAVEThe 'sharing economy' is seeing people share rooms, clothes, cars, and even pets as they find creative ways to make and save money, although critics warn that entire industries are being undermined
Event Broadcast 2014-08-05 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Fathers -- Sexual behavior.
National security.
Special forces (Military science)
Surrogate mothers -- Law and legislation.
Terrorism -- Prevention.
Form Streaming video
Author Ferguson, Sarah, host
Harvey, Adam, reporter
Lewis, David, reporter
Welch, Dylan, reporter
Allen, Annette, contributor
Bishop, Julie, contributor
Botsman, Rachel, contributor
Brandis, George, contributor
Brown, James, contributor
Farnell, David, contributor
Hooper, Nathan, contributor
James, Neil, contributor
Janbua, Pattaramon, contributor
Li, Wendy, contributor
Millbank, Jenni, contributor
Noller, Prue, contributor
Page, Stephen, contributor
Port, Christopher, contributor
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor