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Title Lateline : 24/11/14.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2014 November 24 at 22:35:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (35 min. 1 sec.) ; 211995380 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary THE PARTY IS OVER Just five months into her six-year term as a senator, and Jacqui Lambie has resigned from the Palmer United Party and gone out on her own. O'FARRELL TO LEAVE POLITICS The former New South Wales Premier, Barry O'Farrell, has announced he is leaving politics and will not contest the next state election. THE AXE FALLS AT AUNTY ABC Managing Director, Mark Scott, has confirmed to staff that there will be 400 targeted redundancies across the ABC. IRAN'S NUCLEAR DEADLINE LIKELY TO BE EXTENDED World powers look set to extend a deadline for Iran to cut back its nuclear programme in return for an easing of UN sanctions. KURDISH FIGHTERS WITH IRAQI ARMY AND SHI'ITE MILITA MAKE GAINS Middle East correspondent, Matt Brown, discusses the gains made in the north east of Iraq by an extraordinary coalition of Kurdish fighters, the Iraqi army and Shi'ite militia in retaking territory formerly held by Islamic State. UK GOVERNMENT BANS INSURANCE COMPANIES PAYING OUT ON RANSOM PAYMENT Europe correspondent, Mary Gearin, discusses insurance companies refusing to pay out on ransoms and Britain's terrorism awareness campaign. CRAFT BREWERS TAKE CASE TO WTO Australian craft brewers who say they are being squeezed out by foreign microbreweries have asked the World Trade Organisation to act in a fair trade dispute. 25 MILLION DOLLARS FOR BONSOY PAYOUT Hundreds of Australians who fell ill after drinking soy milk containing unsafe levels of iodine will share in a 25 million dollar compensation pay-out from Bonsoy soy milk. BEWARE OF CROCODILES The Northern Territory has had its deadliest year on record for crocodile attacks which has prompted questions about whether enough is being done to protect humans from these ancient predators.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Brown, Matt, reporter.
Cannane, Steve, reporter.
Fisher, Alexandra, reporter.
Gearin, Mary, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Om, Jason, reporter.
Tucker, Lisa, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Abetz, Eric, contributor.
Adamson, Richard, contributor.
Britton, Adam, contributor.
Clare, Jason, contributor.
Dastyari, Sam, contributor.
Downie, Erin, contributor.
Griffith, Jeremy, contributor.
Hiscox, Luke, contributor.
Hollyoak, David, contributor.
Ingram, Craig, contributor.
Lambie, Jacqui, contributor.
Nichols, Tom, contributor.
Palmer, Clive, contributor.
Pyne, Christopher, contributor.
Reilly, Ray, contributor.
Scott, Mark, contributor.
Shorten, Bill, contributor.
Varghese, Jacob, contributor.
Xenophon, Nick, contributor.
Subject Australian Competition & Consumer Commission.
Counterinsurgency.
Crocodile attacks.
Mortality.
Restraint of trade.
IS (Organization)
News and Current Affairs.