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Title The 7.30 Report: 24/08/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary INDEPENDENTS MEET IN CANBERRATony Windsor, Rob Oakshott and Bob Katter held talks, as a precursor to their first face to face meeting with the two leaders tomorrow.GREEN UPDATES ON SEATS STILL IN DOUBTABC Election Analyst Antony Green, provides an analysis of the seats still in doubt after Australians went to the polls on Saturday.AMERICANS DIVIDED OVER GROUND ZERO MOSQUEA dispute over plans for an Islamic cultural centre and mosque just two blocks from the site of Ground Zero is challenging some of America's fundamental rights and expectations.CHILLING STATISTICS FOR YOUNG DRIVERSOver the next three days more than 12,000 high school students will gather at Sydney's Acer Arena to hear first-person accounts from young adults whose lives were changed forever by bad driving or just bad luck on the road
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-08-24 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject African Americans -- Civil rights.
Confidence voting.
Election forecasting.
Mosques -- Design and construction.
Traffic accidents -- Statistics.
Traffic safety -- Evaluation.
Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Abbott, Tony, contributor
Bandt, Adam, contributor
Bloomberg, Michael, contributor
Brissenden, Michael, reporter
Cornwall, Deborah, reporter
Deck, Naomi, contributor
Ewart, Heather, reporter
Green, Antony, contributor
Hooper, Ibrahim, contributor
Ingram, Dianne, contributor
Ingram, Jarrad, contributor
Katter, Bob, contributor
Khan, Azeem, contributor
McCaffrey, Jim, contributor
Mercer, Russell, contributor
Oakeshott, Rob, contributor
O'Brien, Kerry, host
Regenhard, Sally, contributor
Sekulow, Jordan, contributor
Wilson, Stephanie, contributor
Windsor, Tony, contributor