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Title 7.30: 02/06/11
Published Australia : ABC, 2011
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Summary PARLIAMENT'S PLAN FOR THE MURRAY DARLINGA parliamentary committee has released a fresh strategy to save the Murray Darling Basin. A federal parliamentary committee representing both sides of politics and headed by independent Tony Windsor handed down its recommendations.AUSTRALIA'S NEW DEFENCE FORCE CHIEFThe death of two Australian soldiers in Afghanistan this week weighs heavily on Lieutenant General David Hurley, the new chief of the Defence Force. It underscores his huge responsibility.FIFA IN TURMOILSoccer's world governing body, FIFA, has been plagued by scandal and corruption allegations. The re-election of its president isn't helping repair its image.MILLION DOLLAR VIOLINThe Australian Chamber Orchestra has had the privilege of playing one of the world's most valuable musical instruments- a Stradivarius.CLARKE AND DAWE ON LIBERAL UNITYJohn Clarke and Bryan Dawe provide their unique take on the recent disagreements within the Opposition
Event Broadcast 2011-06-02 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Corruption investigation.
Federation internationale de football association.
Military art and science -- International cooperation.
Soldiers -- Death.
Stradivarius violin.
Afghanistan.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Baillie, Rebecca, reporter
Clarke, John, reporter
Dawe, Bryan, reporter
Fink, Jesse, contributor
Hurley, D. (David), contributor
Linnegar, Matt, contributor
Lockyer, Paul, reporter
Mersiades, Bonita, contributor
Murray, Les, contributor
Ritchie, Kerri, reporter
Sales, Leigh, host
Sidebottom, Sid, contributor
Stone, Sharman, contributor
Tognetti, Richard, contributor
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
Vanska, Satu, contributor
Weiss, Peter, contributor
Windsor, Tony, contributor
Xenophon, Nick, contributor