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Title 7.30: 11/09/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Summary NEW EVIDENCE RAISES QUESTIONS OF RBA BRIBERY RESPONSEFollowing our story on the bribery scandal centring on the Reserve Bank of Australia, new evidence raises questions about the RBA's response.RESEARCH HOLDS UP SUPER TRAWLER FISHING BIDThe Government's put a hold on the super trawler Abel Tasman fishing in Australian waters until after scientific research about its potential impact has been carried out.NAURU FOREIGN MINISTER REACTS TO ASYLUM SEEKER ARRIVALSNauru's Foreign Minister, Kieren Keke, joins us from the Pacific nation to discuss arrangements for the imminent arrival of asylum seekers transferred from Australia.GOODNOW WORK COULD MAKE AUTO IMMUNE DISEASES BETTER LATERCanberra immunologist Professor Chris Goodnow has won the prestigious award for research excellence for work that could help find a cure for auto-immune diseases
Event Broadcast 2012-09-11 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Reserve Bank of Australia.
Autoimmune diseases -- Treatment.
Banks and banking -- Corrupt practices.
Bribery.
Fishing boats -- Economic aspects.
Fishing boats -- Government policy.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Mckenzie, Nick, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
Whitehead, Lisa, reporter
Bandt, Adam, contributor
Barns, Greg, contributor
Burke, Tony, contributor
Carney, Bob, contributor
Evans, Shane, contributor
Frazer, Ian, contributor
Goodnow, Chris, contributor
Hook, Matthew, contributor
Jeffriess, Brian, contributor
Judwig, Joe, contributor
Kamaruddin, Abdullah, contributor
Keke, Kieren, contributor
Ludwig, Joe, contributor
Milne, Christine, contributor
Smith, Tony, contributor
Stevens, Glenn, contributor
Whish-wilson, Peter, contributor