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Title 7.30 : 23/12/13.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2013 December 23 at 19:30:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (30 min. 31 sec.) ; 185125792 bytes
Summary THE CRYSTAL METH EPIDEMIC TEARING THE YOUNG HEART OUT OF A COUNTRY TOWN An increase in the use of the drug ice is believed to be behind a rise in violence and suicide in the regional Victorian town of Mildura. DRUG REHABILITATION ORGANISATION WARNS OF INCREASE IN USE OF CRYSTAL METH The latest annual report by the drug treatment centre, Odyssey House, shows crystal meth is the main drug in a third of all treatment cases. THE LETHAL CONSEQUENCES OF FORGETTING YOUNG CHILDREN IN CARS It's known as 'fatal distraction' - young children forgotten and accidentally left in cars, often with lethal consequences GIVING THE GIFT OF HOPE The homeless shelter bringing Christmas cheer to the elderly folk who find themselves without a roof over their heads.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Bowden, Tracy, host.
Oakes, Dan, reporter.
Whitehead, Lisa, reporter.
Carr, Chloe, contributor.
Cavaliero, Kristie, contributor.
Davey, Nahtanha, contributor.
Diamond, David, contributor.
Divola, Simon, contributor.
Erskine, Christine, contributor.
Hynes, Robyn, contributor.
Lawrence, Alex, contributor.
Lipmann, Bryan, contributor.
McGlashan, Rob, contributor.
Naylor, Paul, contributor.
Ordiono, Chuck, contributor.
Pitts, James, contributor.
Sanders, Darlene, contributor.
Swart, Lorraine, contributor.
Subject Drug abuse and crime.
Ice (Drug) -- Physiological effect.
Nonprofit organizations.
Violent crimes -- Social aspects.
Older people -- Housing.
Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation.
News and Current Affairs.