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Title 7.30: 17/04/13
Published Australia : ABC, 2013
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Summary BOSTON IN MOURNINGInvestigators have made some progress identifying the explosive device but who planted them still remains a mystery.UNIVERSITY SHUTS DOWN DALAI LAMA VISITSydney University, which has close links with China, goes to great lengths to distance itself from the Tibetan spiritual leader.CARBON PRICE CRASH CREATES BUDGET PRESSUREAustralia heads towards a blackhole of several billion dollars by 2015 as the carbon price falls in Europe.LIBERAL HOPES FOR WESTERN SYDNEYOptimists in the Federal Coalition believe that come September, its election win will be so strong it will kill off future Labor leaders.BLACK CAVIAR CALLS IT A DAYBlack Caviar's owners decide to go out on a high as the mare earns her 25th successive victory. Sports commentator Gerard Whateley reflects on her achievements
Event Broadcast 2013-04-17 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject University of Sydney.
Australian Labor Party.
Chinese -- Politics and government.
Election forecasting.
Visits of state.
New South Wales -- Sydney.
China.
Form Streaming video
Author Sales, Leigh, host
Cooper, Hayden, reporter
Harvey, Adam, reporter
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter
Barnewolt, Brien, contributor
Bouris, Sophie, contributor
Bowen, Chris, contributor
Kaye, John, contributor
McKibbin, Warwick, contributor
Obama, Barack, contributor
Pop, Vox, contributor
Rees, Stuart, contributor