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Title 7.30: 03/04/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Summary JUSTICE MCCLELLAN OPENS ROYAL COMMISSIONEndangered tortoises in Western Australia have been given a fighting chance with the help of a Melbourne based super computer.GADDAFI'S AUSTRALIAN BODYGUARD SPEAKS OUTThe Australian bodyguard who helped Colonel Gaddafi's son escape from Libya is back in Australia. Former Australian soldier Gary Peters was deported by Canada and accused of complicity in war crimes.SUPER INDUSTRY REVOLTThe Federal Government is keeping alive the prospect of reforming the nation's superannuation scheme, while at the same time trying to reassure Australians that the vast bulk of people won't be affected.TINY TURTLES ON THE MARCHEndangered tortoises in Western Australia have been given a fighting chance with the help of a Melbourne based super computer
Event Broadcast 2013-04-03 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Child sexual abuse -- Investigation.
Civil rights movements.
Exile (Punishment)
Sexually abused children -- Psychology.
War crimes.
Australia.
Libya.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Herbert, Bronwyn, reporter
Whitehead, Lisa, reporter
Ashton, Graham, contributor
Brogden, John, contributor
Chamley, Wayne, contributor
Cherrie, Brian, contributor
Elhadayri, Faraj, contributor
Kearney, Michael, contributor
Keon-Cohen, Bryan, contributor
Kutchling, Gerald, contributor
Mawson, Peter, contributor
McClellan, Peter, contributor
Mitchell, Nicki, contributor
Peters, Gary, contributor
Rafferty, Carmel, contributor
Seifert, Alicia, contributor
Sullivan, Francis, contributor