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Title 7.30: 14/08/12
Published Australia : ABC, 2012
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Summary PARLIAMENT RETURNS TO TACKLE ASYLUM DEBATEThe Federal Parliament has returned and the debate over the Government's proposed asylum policy was high on the agenda.SHADOW IMMIGRATION MINISTER REACTS TO ASYLUM PROPOSALSShadow Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, Scott Morrision, gives the Federal Opposition's response to the Government's proposed asylum policies.COAL BELT TIGHTENS AROUND LAND AND ACCOMMODATIONMining in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales region is placing pressure on both land use and the availability of accommodation.NORTHERN KIMBERLEY DISPLAYS JEWELS OF CULTURAL CONSERVATIONVoluntary conservation agreements between traditional owners and the Federal Government have proved a successful land management scheme and the Wanumbal Gaambera people have expanded it to include cultural protection
Event Broadcast 2012-08-14 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Asylum, Right of.
Coal mines and mining -- Social aspects.
Cultural property -- Protection.
Land use -- Planning.
Refugees -- Government policy.
Western Australia -- Kimberley.
New South Wales -- Hunter River Valley.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Harvey, Adam, reporter
McLeish, Kathy, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
Abbott, Tony, contributor
Aristotle, Paris, contributor
Bishop, Julia, contributor
Bowen, Chris, contributor
Cameron, Doug, contributor
Dale, Linda, contributor
Djanghara, Clarrie, contributor
Gillard, Julia, contributor
Hewson, Paul, contributor
Keke, Kieren, contributor
Magnier, Tom, contributor
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Rush, Martin, contributor
Warburton, Sandy, contributor
Warren, Robert, contributor