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Title Lateline: 12/03/10
Published Australia : ABC, 2010
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Summary AUSTRALIA BACKS AWAY FROM TUNA TRADE BANNegotiations on protecting endangered species are about to open in Doha, where Australia will push for stronger control of the trade in northern tuna, rather than an outright ban.SEA SHEPHERD ACTIVIST FACES JAIL IN JAPANJapan has arrested anti-whaling activist Peter Bethune, who spent the past month in detention on one of the country's whaling ships and now faces the prospect of three years in jail.HMAS SUCCESS CREW ACCUSED OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCTA fresh inquiry into sexual misconduct involving crew members of HMAS Success has heard that a long-running culture of bullying prevailed aboard the ship.RUDD MEETS STATES OVER HEALTH REFORMPrime Minister Kevin Rudd has sold his health shake-up plans to NSW Premier Kristina Keneally, but tougher sells await.FRONTBENCHERS DEBATE PARENTAL LEAVE PLANSFinance Minister Lindsay Tanner and shadow immigration minister Scott Morrison discuss their rival plans for paid parental leave.QUAKE-RAVAGED HAITI FACES FLOODINGThe International Red Cross says Haiti now faces the humanitarian emergency of floods as the quake-ravaged nation approaches its rainy season.STEPHEN LONG DISCUSSES WEEK IN ECONOMICSThe latest economic news of the week.ASIO OPENS DOORS TO MEDIAOne of Australia's most secretive organisations, ASIO, opened its doors to the media today in an attempt to demystify its work.EVIDENCE OF WARM ANTARCTIC ECOSYSTEMAn ocean research ship has gathered core samples from Antarctica that suggest it once had a tropical climate.BABY ELEPHANT ON ROAD TO RECOVERYThe baby elephant born at Sydney's Taronga Zoo on Wednesday morning is on the road to recovery, but is not fully out of danger yet
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-03-12 at 22:35:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Endangered species -- Protection.
Prison sentences.
Sexual harassment -- Investigation.
Tuna fisheries -- Management.
Young women -- Crimes against.
Qatar -- Dawh?ah.
Form Streaming video
Author Barlow, Karen, reporter
Barrett, Rebecca, reporter
Brinkhuis, Henk, contributor
Carr, Kim, contributor
Douglas, Kara, reporter
Escutia, Carlota, contributor
Fricker, James, contributor
Griffiths, Emma, reporter
Jeffriess, Brian, contributor
Keneally, Kristina, contributor
Long, Stephen, reporter
McClelland, Robert, contributor
McMurtrie, Craig, reporter
Morrison, Scott, contributor
Robert, Raphael Jean, contributor
Rudd, Kevin, contributor
Sales, Leigh, host
Selvey, Linda, contributor
Tanner, Lindsay, contributor
Wynter, Alex, contributor