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Title 7.30 : 13/03/13.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2013 March 13 at 19:30:00.


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Physical description 1 streaming video file (29 min. 32 sec.) ; 179316252 bytes
Summary JAYANT PATEL WALKS FREE FROM MANSLAUGHTER RETRIAL Jayant Patel was jailed for the manslaughter of three patients only to be released by the High Court with a retrial ordered, and the first of those retrials has found him not guilty. WAR OF WORDS BREAKS OUT OVER MEDIA LAWS The Government's planned reforms of media laws are under attack from News Limited's Chief Executive and newspapers, which sets up a tense week in which the Government wants the legislation passed. NEWS LIMITED DIRECTOR RESPONDS TO MEDIA REFORMS News Limited's Editorial Director Campbell Reid discusses the company's response to the Federal Government's planned media law reforms. AUSSIE SPORT DOPING DETAILS EMERGE AS GOVERNMENT RESPONDS More details of the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority's investigation have come to light as the Cronulla Sharks rugby league club's Chairman steps down and the Government commits extra money to combat drugs in sport.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Sales, Leigh, host.
Meldrum-Hanna, Caro, reporter.
Uhlmann, Chris, reporter.
Wordsworth, Matt, reporter.
Allen, Steve, contributor.
Anderson, Kington, contributor.
Brown, Bob, contributor.
Conroy, Stephen, contributor.
Crosby, Beryl, contributor.
Dank, Steve, contributor.
Demetriou, Andrew, contributor.
Douglas, Heather, contributor.
Fleming, Ken, contributor.
Ings, Richard, contributor.
Irvine, Damian, contributor.
Mascord, Steve, contributor.
Reid, Campbell, contributor.
Toovey, Geoff, contributor.
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor.
Williams, Kim, contributor.
Wilson, Andrew, contributor.
Xenophon, Nick, contributor.
Subject Doping in sports -- Law and legislation.
Law reform.
Mass media -- Law and legislation.
National Rugby League (Australia)
News and Current Affairs.