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Title 7.30: 21/12/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (30 min. 2 sec.) ; 181876425 bytes
Summary HIGH-FLYING BANKER TACKLES DEADLY DISEASEIn 2009 high-flying banker Simon Eldridge was diagnosed with motor neurone disease. He and his family hope that by sharing their experience, they can shed light on the deadly disease.CSG DIVIDES FARMERS AND MINERSOne of the biggest problems facing the growing coal seam gas industry is what to do with the enormous amounts of water it drives to the surface.DERRYN HINCH BACK ON THE AIRWAVESAfter five months of court-imposed silence, Derryn Hinch talks to 7.30 about his long campaign to have sex offenders' names recorded on a public register.THOUSANDS SOAK UP RENAISSANCE ARTTens of thousands of people have flocked to see a rare collection of Renaissance art on display at Canberra's National Gallery
Event Broadcast 2011-12-21 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject National Gallery of Australia.
Art -- Exhibitions.
Art, Renaissance.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Evaluation.
Sex offenders -- Law and legislation.
Hinch, Derryn, 1944-.
Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.
Form Streaming video
Author Uhlmann, Chris, host
Bowden, Tracy, reporter
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
McCutcheon, Peter, reporter
Anderson, Jaynie, contributor
Bender, John, contributor
Browne, Mark, contributor
Eldridge, Sheila, contributor
Eldridge, Simon, contributor
Gurnsey, Jonathan, contributor
Hinch, Derryn, contributor
Lloyd, Scott, contributor
Millhouse, Rob, contributor
Radford, Iain, contributor
Rowe, Dominic, contributor
Sartirami, Claudia, contributor
Valegussa, Giovanni, contributor
Wagner, Drew, contributor
Walker, Melissa, contributor