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Title 7.30: 12/06/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Summary CREDIT CARD CHANGES BRING BORROWER WARNINGAustralia's corporate watchdog is banning the major banks from pushing higher credit card limits to lure consumers into greater debt.CORONER RULES DINGO TOOK BABY AZARIAA fourth coronial inquest into the disappearance of Azaria Chamberlain has ruled that a dingo was responsible for her death in 1980.FOREIGN MINISTER OUTLINES AUSTRALIAN LAWYER'S LIBYA DETENTION SITUATIONThe fate of Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor remains in peril tonight. She's under arrest in Libya, where she was providing legal advice to the son of the former leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.QUILTS OPEN MORE PUBLIC DISCUSSION OF SUICIDESuicide is the biggest cause of death for those under 34 and there's a push for a more public discussion of the issue, with sewing playing a role in that
Event Broadcast 2012-06-12 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Bank credit cards -- Law and legislation.
Consumer credit.
Prisoners, Foreign.
Suicide -- Statistics.
Mothers of suicide victims.
Australia.
Libya.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Long, Stephen, reporter
Rebgetz, Louisa, reporter
Whitehead, Lisa, reporter
Bradley, John, contributor
Carr, Bob, contributor
Chamberlain, Michael, contributor
Chamberlain-Creighton, Lindy, contributor
Chapman, Leah, contributor
Donohue, Kaylene, contributor
Kell, Peter, contributor
Lowe, Catriona, contributor
Mackinnon, Ash, contributor
Morris, Elizabeth, contributor
Munchenberg, Steven, contributor
Norman, Harvey, contributor
Pizzolo, Joseph, contributor
Spence, Adam, contributor
Stainies, Alan, contributor