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Title Lateline: 25/04/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Description 1 streaming video file (41 min. 16 sec.) ; 250758089 bytes
Summary RECORD CROWDS FOR ANZAC DAYAustralians have turned out in unprecedented numbers at dawn services and marches to commemorate Anzac Day.PALMER ANNOUNCES NEW PARTYFlamboyant mining mogul Clive Palmer spells out his plans for a new political party called the 'United Australia Party'.DHAKA DEATH TOLL REACHES 200The death toll from a building collapse in the Bangladesh capital has risen to 200 and more than one-thousand people have been injured while rescue teams say they can still hear voices beneath the rubble.MOSQUE MINARET BLOWN UPPart of an ancient mosque in a World Heritage listed region of Syria has been destroyed during heavy fighting.IMPORTANCE OF ANZAC DAYExamines the reasons for Anzac Day becoming arguably Australia's most important commemorative occasion.ROBYN WALKER DEFENDS USE OF DRUGSThe Commander Joint Health and Surgeon-General in the ADF, Rear Admiral Robyn Walker, says anti-psychotic drugs are prescribed to servicemen and women suffering post traumatic stress disorder not to help them sleep, nor as a cost cutting measure as claimed in a Lateline story
Event Broadcast 2013-04-25 at 22:20:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Antipsychotic drugs -- Law and legislation.
Anzac Day.
Political parties -- Social aspects.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Jones, Tony, host
Gillard, Julia, contributor