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Title Lateline: 04/12/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Summary BRANDIS SAYS RAIDS WERE FOR NATIONAL SECURITYAustralia is embroiled in yet another spy scandal, with East Timor's Prime Minister tonight lashing out at ASIO's raids on his country's lawyer and a key witness ahead of a multibillion-dollar international court case.DEBT LIMIT ABOLISHEDPolitical correspondent Tom Iggulden discusses the deal struck between the government and the Greens to scrap Australia's credit limit.PERMANENT PROTECTION VISAS CAPPEDImmigration Minister, Scott Morrison. has capped the number of permanent visas until July next year meaning asylum seekers already in Australia will remain on bridging visas or in detention.HARTCHER RESIGNSThe NSW Energy Minister, Chris Hartcher, has resigned after ICAC raided his electoral office as part of an investigation into a trust fund set up to accept corporate donations for the Liberal party.FRAUD CASE AGAINST THOMSONA court has been told that former Federal MP, Craig Thomson, misused union funds to pay for pornography, prostitutes, lavish dinners and trips away with his wife.CHINESE NATIONAL INVESTIGATED FOR CSIRO LEAKA Chinese national employed in CSIRO's nanotechnology lab in Melbourne is being investigated by Australian Federal Police over the unauthorised use of the organisation's computers.ASIO RAID WAS REGRETTABLEThe Timor-Leste Ambassador to Australia, Abel Gutteres, discusses the ASIO raid of the premises of a lawyer acting for East Timor in the case in a European Court against Australia and Australia's bugging of the East Timor Cabinet during negotiations over the development of valuable gas reserves.IMPORTED FOOD COULD CARRY SUPERBUGSSpecialists in infectious diseases are concerned that drug resistant bacteria could slip through Australia's borders in food imports.AUSTRALIA'S BIGGEST EXHIBITION OF BARK PAINTINGThe largest exhibition of bark painting ever seen in Australia will open at the National Gallery in Canberra on Friday
Event Broadcast 2013-12-04 at 22:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Antiques -- Conservation and restoration.
Bark painting.
Communicable diseases -- Prevention.
Drug resistance in microorganisms.
International relations -- Political aspects.
Australian Capital Territory -- Canberra.
Form Streaming video
Author Alberici, Emma, host
Farnsworth, Sarah, reporter
Glanville, Brigid, reporter
Iggulden, Tom, reporter
Koloff, Sashka, reporter
Om, Jason, reporter
Abbott, Tony, contributor
Alkatiri, Mari, contributor
Brandis, George, contributor
Brennan, Frank, contributor
Clarke, Tom, contributor
Collingnon, Peter, contributor
Duff, Alisa, contributor
Grayson, Lindsay, contributor
Gusmao, Xanana, contributor
Guterres, Abel, contributor
Hartcher, Chris, contributor
Hockey, Joe, contributor
Howard, John, contributor
Milne, Christine, contributor
Morgan, Mim, contributor
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Page, Stephen, contributor
Palmer, Clive, contributor
Robertson, John, contributor
Shoebridge, David, contributor
Smith, Nicki, contributor
Thomson, Craig, contributor