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Title The 7.30 Report: 30/11/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary WIKILEAKS FALLOUTThe exposure of confidential communications by Wikileaks may now mean foreign governments will be less candid when dealing with American officials for fear their views will be aired in public.FROM PAY OUT TO A PITTANCEA lawyer who represented victims of the Navy's worst peacetime disaster is under investigation over claims he's ripped off the clients he was fighting for.BAILLIEU TAKES THE REINSVictorian Premier elect Ted Baillieu has already set the agenda for the first 100 days in the job.INSIDE AN ISOLATED WORLDThere are more than 300,000 Australians who are deaf-blind, and an Access Economics report predicts that with an ageing population that figure will top 1 million by 2050
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-11-30 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Attorney and client -- Psychological aspects.
Deafblind people -- Research.
Disaster victims.
Government information -- U.S. states.
Leaks (Disclosure of information)
People with disabilities -- Services for.
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Baillieu, Ted, contributor
Bennett, James, reporter
Bowden, Tracy, host
Broinowski, Richard, contributor
Clinton, Hillary, contributor
Dikeos, Thea, reporter
Dupont, Alan, contributor
Ewart, Heather, reporter
Forster, David, contributor
Fullilove, Michael, contributor
Hare, Celestine, contributor
Johnson, Natasha, reporter
McClelland, Robert, contributor
McGarvie, Michael, contributor
Pruin, Wendy, contributor
Ridley, John R, contributor
Spaulding, Barry, contributor