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Title 7.30: 07/09/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Summary JAPAN PROVES SAFE HAVEN FOR ABDUCTED KIDSJapan has not signed the Hague convention so it's becoming notorious as a safe haven for parents who abduct their own children after a relationship has broken down.BOB BROWN JOINS 7.30Greens Leader Bob Brown talks to 7.30 about the government's border protection plan.UNION FOOTS THE BILLOne of Australia's most powerful unions has defended its decision to pay the personal legal bills of its national president.GOOD NEWS FOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENTAustralia's GDP grew by 1.2 per cent in the June quarter, as the the economy recovered from a flood-induced collapse in output earlier in the year.IMPLANTS HELP 91-YEAR-OLD LIVE DREAMAt 91, David Archer is finally pursuing his love of flying thanks to a cochlear implant
Event Broadcast 2011-09-07 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Abduction -- Psychological aspects.
Conflict of laws -- Custody of children.
Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (1980 October 25)
Gross domestic product.
Political corruption -- Economic aspects.
Australia.
Japan.
Form Streaming video
Author Abetz, Eric, contributor
Archer, David, contributor
Bentley, Bob, contributor
Bowden, Tracy, reporter
Bray, Monica, contributor
Brown, Bob, contributor
Carter, Bill, contributor
Dingle, Sarah, reporter
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Kennedy, Ian, contributor
Long, Stephen, reporter
Ludwig, Bill, contributor
Mulherin, Tim, contributor
Simpson, Peter, contributor
Swan, Wayne, contributor
Taylor, John, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, host
Wyman, Matthew, contributor