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Title 7.30: 26/11/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (32 min. 6 sec.) ; 193797420 bytes
Summary OPPOSITION CHANGES GONSKI EDUCATION FUNDING COMMITMENTThe Federal Government has picked a huge fight with the states and given the Opposition ammunition by walking away from a pre-election commitment to honour Labor's education funding promises.IT'S A MATTER OF TRUST CLAIMS BILL SHORTEN ON GOVERNMENT'S MOVESOpposition Leader Bill Shorten criticises the Government's move to change election promises on education funding but confirms a bipartisan approach over revelations of spying on Indonesia.BOB KATTER REACTS TO INDONESIAN BEEF THREAT OVER SPYING SCANDALBob Katter responds to news that Indonesia's trade minister says his country is considering cutting Australian beef imports after recent revelations of Australian spying.ASBESTOS SCARE STRIKES CHINESE IMPORTS TO AUSTRALIAAsbestos found in 10 heavy-haul trains imported from China follows a similar discovery in Chinese-made cars last year and has unions demanding tougher policing of imports.ASHES STRESS HIGHLIGHTS DEPRESSION'S DANGERThe English cricket team has rallied around top order batsman Jonathan Trott after he pulled out of the Ashes due to a stress-related illness. Trott had been targeted on and off the field during the first Test in Brisbane
Event Broadcast 2013-11-26 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Asbestos.
Beef industry -- Economic aspects.
Breach of contract.
Government aid to education.
Politicians -- Interviews.
Campaign promises.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Lane, Sabra, reporter
Peacock, Matt, reporter
Byrne, Martin, contributor
Fox, Ross, contributor
Greiner, Kathryn, contributor
Katter, Bob, contributor
Nanva, Bob, contributor
O'Farrell, Barry, contributor
Pyne, Christopher, contributor
Shorten, Bill, contributor
Tighe, Peter, contributor