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Title 7.30: 26/03/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (28 min. 47 sec.) ; 174602385 bytes
Summary GOVERNMENT BLOCKS CHINESE TECHNOLOGY FOR NBNTenders for the National Broadband Network will go ahead without one large Chinese technology company, due to security concerns and despite the protestations of people such as former Foreign Minister Alexander Downer.QUEENSLAND ROUT ASKS QUESTIONS OF LABORThe Queensland election delivered the worst result in the party's history and that sees the ALP asking questions of itself.PETER BEATTIE REFLECTS ON THE LABOR BRANDFormer Queensland Premier Peter Beattie considers whether the state's election suggests there's a problem with the ALP's brand.TURKEY REFUGEE CAMP PROVIDES SYRIAN CONFLICT INSIGHT*Warning: This report contains some distressing images.Turkey will host a meeting of 60 countries considering action on the unrest within Syria, while refugee camps show a close up view of what is happening
Event Broadcast 2012-03-26 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Australian Labor Party.
Broadband communication systems -- Government policy.
Political atrocities.
Australian states -- Politics and government.
Cyber intelligence (Computer security)
Form Streaming video
Author Uhlmann, Chris, host
Cave, Peter, reporter
Ewart, Heather, reporter
Taylor, John, reporter
Beattie, Peter, contributor
Bligh, Anna, contributor
Chisholm, Anthony, contributor
Downer, Alexander, contributor
Jorisch, Avi, contributor
Macgibbon, Alastair, contributor
Mitchell, Jeremy, contributor
Mustapha, Abu, contributor
Newman, Campbell, contributor
Palmer, Clive, contributor
Pitt, Curtis, contributor
Sabagh, Wassim, contributor
White, Hugh, contributor