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Title 7.30: 25/02/15
Published Australia : ABC, 2015
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Summary CONSUMER RIP-OFF STORIES SPARK NEW CALLS FOR FINANCIAL ADVICE ROYAL COMMISSIONBank staff faking documents and signatures led to more than 30 of them being sacked and has added to calls for a Royal Commission into the financial advice industry.WELFARE CHANGES NEED TO LOOK AT NEXT GENERATION'S DEBT, SAYS SCOTT MORRISONChanges to the welfare system need to take in to account the financial impact on the next generation, says Social Services Minister Scott Morrison.THE MOMENT A DAM'S FLOODGATES OPENED IN THE MIDDLE OF A CYCLONETropical Cyclone Marcia wreaked havoc across central Queensland but residents in Biloela and Jambin say the storm isn't to blame but operators of the nearby dam, after rising water levels automatically opened the gates, and locals are now threatening legal action.CHILDCARE REVIEW RECOMMENDS WAYS TO MAKE IT MORE ACCESSIBLE AND AFFORDABLEChildcare's accessibility and affordability have been addressed by a Productivity Commission report but the sector says that, without money, any ideas are just band-aid solutions
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-02-25 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Child care services -- Economic aspects.
Cyclones.
Financial services industry -- Corrupt practices.
Literary forgeries and mystifications.
Public welfare -- Finance.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Morris, Madeleine, reporter
Peacock, Matt, reporter
Blanch, Merv, contributor
Daley, John, contributor
Gupta, Charu, contributor
Kell, Peter, contributor
Mondo, Paul, contributor
Morris, Jeff, contributor
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Sansom, Annemarie, contributor
Trimble, Emily, contributor
Wheeldon, James, contributor
Williams, John, contributor