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Title Lateline: 17/06/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary AUDITOR-GENERAL CRITICISES GOVERNMENT ADVERTISING SYSTEMThe Federal Auditor-General, who lost the power to approve political ad campaigns, says the new system lacks integrity.AFGHANISTAN CASUALTY FAREWELLED BY HOME TOWNSapper Jacob 'Snowy' Moerland, who was killed in Afghanistan, has been laid to rest in his home town of Gayndah, Queensland.INDIAN STUDENT'S KILLER CHARGEDA teenager has been charged with the stabbing murder of Indian national Nitin Garg.CMC PALM ISLAND REPORT BLASTS QUEENSLAND POLICEQueensland's Crime and Misconduct Commission has accused the Police Commissioner of presiding over a culture of coverup.GAZA BLOCKADE EASES TO ALLOW BUILDING MATERIALSIsrael has announced it will ease the land blockade of the Gaza strip and allow more civilian goods to enter the Palestinian territory. However the naval blockade will remain in place.VOTE-BUYING IN IWC CONFIRMEDThe London Times appears to have confirmed rumours that Japan bribes poor countries to support its whaling activities.FORMER JAPANESE FISHERIES BOSS JOINS LATELINEInterview with former Japanese Fisheries Agency chief Masayuki Komatsu.FOREIGN AID TRICKLES IN TO KYRGYZSTAN REFUGEESUzbekistan says it has taken in more than 75,000 Kyrgyzstan refugees, and has begun accepting United Nations aid.BP CHIEF PREPARED FOR CONGRESSIONAL GRILLINGBP chief executive Tony Hayward has been criticised for calling victims of the Gulf oil spill small people.BLOODY SUNDAY PARATROOPERS MAY STAND TRIAL FOR PERJURYUK prosecutors have confirmed they are considering legal actions for perjury against soldiers involved in the Bloody Sunday massacre
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-06-17 at 22:25:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Advertising, Political.
Disaster victims.
Elections -- Corrupt practices.
International Whaling Commission.
Massacres.
Parental leave -- Government policy.
Australia.
England.
Japan.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, reporter
Aplin, Valmai, contributor
Atkinson, Bob, contributor
Bishop, Bronwyn, contributor
Brown, Bob, contributor
Calvert, Jonathan, contributor
Carey, John, contributor
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Crawford, Ronny, contributor
Doherty, Tony, contributor
Edwards, Bernie, contributor
Glennie, Charlotte, reporter
Jones, Tony, host
Komatsu, Masayuki, contributor
Kumar, Raj, contributor
Ludwig, Joe, contributor
Macklin, Jenny, contributor
Maksimovic, Lisa, reporter
McGuiness, Martin, contributor
McPhee, Ian, contributor
Moerland, Rob, contributor
Moynihan, Martin, contributor
Obama, Barack, contributor
Regev, Mark, contributor
Ronaldson, Michael, contributor
Rudd, Kevin, contributor
Safarly, Mahir, contributor
Svanberg, Carl-Henric, contributor
Williams, Philip, reporter