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Title 7.30: 30/04/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Description 1 streaming video file (29 min. 21 sec.) ; 177549467 bytes
Summary BANGLADESH FACTORY DISASTERS ASK QUESTIONS OF AUSTRALIAN COMPANIESAustralian companies are among those under pressure to ensure workers in Bangladesh aren't exploited or endangered after recent disasters at factories there.PETER COSTELLO ASSESSES QUEENSLAND FINANCES AND NATIONAL ECONOMYFormer Treasurer Peter Costello discusses his audit of Queensland's finances as well as the state of the national economy, including criticism of decisions made in the Howard Government's final years.HOPE AND INSPIRATION EMERGE FROM HOLIDAY TRAGEDYA Thailand holiday turned to tragedy for one woman and her family but months after being told she'll never walk again, Sam Bloom is finding hope and providing inspiration.SUSPENDING COFFEE LIFTS SPIRITS FOR LESS FORTUNATELetting coffee consumers buy a hot drink for those in need is catching on as Australians embrace the new movement of 'suspended coffee'
Event Broadcast 2013-04-30 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Costello, Peter, 1957-.
Budget -- Evaluation.
Coffeehouses.
Gross domestic product.
Homeless persons -- Services for.
Industrial accidents -- Investigation.
Australia.
Victoria -- Melbourne.
Bangladesh.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Harvey, Adam, reporter
Whitehead, Lisa, reporter
Bartlett, Mary, contributor
Benjamin, Troy, contributor
Bloom, Cameron, contributor
Bloom, Oliver, contributor
Bloom, Rueben, contributor
Bloom, Sam, contributor
Costello, Peter, contributor
Jacobs, Declan, contributor
Jones, Gareth, contributor
O'Neil, Michele, contributor
Travers, Troy, contributor
Wallace, Duncan, contributor
Webster, Karen, contributor