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Title 7.30: 24/03/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Description 1 streaming video file (30 min. 21 sec.) ; 184000857 bytes
Summary CCTV FOOTAGE OF VIOLENT ARREST QUESTIONS POLICE TRAINING AND EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO A YOUNG GIRLA teenage girl with a drug problem and a record of petty crime was violently arrested in 2012 with CCTV footage showing police using unacceptable force, leading to questions about how officers are trained to deal with teens and what happened to Melissa Dunn. WE'RE NOT TAKING OUR ECONOMIC SITUATION SERIOUSLY ENOUGH, WARNS JOHN DALEYThe coming Federal budget needs to increase revenue and reduce expenditure says Grattan Institute CEO John Daley who warns we're not taking our economic situation seriously enough. RUPERT MURDOCH LOBBIES AGAINST ANTI-SIPHONING LAWS BUT GOVERNMENT WARNEDRupert Murdoch is lobbying to cut back anti-siphoning laws, which restrict pay television's access to certain sporting events, but the Government is being warned that path could cost it an election
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-03-24 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Budget -- Economic aspects.
Budget deficits -- Political aspects.
Sports -- Political aspects.
Teenage girls -- Drug use.
Television broadcasting of sports -- Law and legislation.
Drug addicts -- Death.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
Form Streaming video
Author Leigh, Sales, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Duffy, Conor, reporter
Allen, Steve, contributor
Carr, Latai, contributor
Daley, John, contributor
Flynn, Julie, contributor
Gooda, Mick, contributor
Kane, Noeleen, contributor
Maiden, Andrew, contributor
O'Neill, Claire, contributor
Porter, David, contributor
Timbery, Judy, contributor
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor
Zaroual, Leila, contributor