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Title Lateline : 19/08/11.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2011 August 19 at 22:30:00.


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Physical description 1 streaming video file (40 min. 7 sec.) ; 243368044 bytes
Summary THREE KILLED IN ABC CHOPPER CRASH Veteran journalist Paul Lockyer, cameraman John Bean and helicopter pilot Gary Ticehurst were killed when the ABC chopper crashed in remote South Australia. PAUL LOCKYER REMEMBERED Veteran journalist Paul Lockyer, cameraman John Bean and helicopter pilot Gary Ticehurst were killed when the ABC chopper crashed in remote South Australia. BEAN AND TICEHURST REMEMBERED Chief chopper pilot Gary Ticehurst and award-winning cameraman John Bean were both respected and sought after by colleagues for their skills, professionalism and likeability. LATELINE CREATOR IAN CARROLL DIES The man behind many of the ABC programs, including Lateline, Ian Carroll, has died from pancreatic cancer. THOMSON AFFAIR OVERSHADOWS COAG Embattled Labor MP, Craig Thomson, has defended himself again against claims he hired prostitutes while he was head of the Health Services Union six years ago. INVESTORS FEAR GLOBAL RECESSION European markets have started the day sharply in the red, emulating massive losses in Asia and the US. WILLIAMS UPDATES LATELINE LIVE ON EUROPE Philip Williams joins Lateline from London with the latest on the market chaos in Europe. THE LONG VIEW ON MARKET CHAOS Economics correspondent Stephen Long joins Lateline to analyse the fallout from today's market chaos HAMAS VOWS REVENGE FOR RETALIATION ATTACK Palestinian militants in Gaza have fired rockets into Israel following Israeli airstrikes on their territory. UNHCR ACCUSES SYRIA OF CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Western countries are pressing the United Nations Security Council for tough sanctions against the Syrian regime in its response to its brutal crackdown. PIPES DISCUSSES UNCERTAIN TIMES IN THE MIDDLE EAST American writer and often controversial commentator Daniel Pipes is president of the Middle East Forum and is visiting fellow of the Hoover institution of Stanford University.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Moore, Ali, host.
Barrett, Rebecca, reporter.
Eastley, Tony, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Knight, Ben, reporter.
Williams, Philip, reporter.
Worsley, Ben, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Baillieu, Ted, contributor.
Barnett, Colin, contributor.
Blazic, Mara, contributor.
Bowen, Bernie, contributor.
Easther, Barry, contributor.
Ellis, Rex, contributor.
Fanning, Mick, contributor.
Gantz, Benny, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Johnstone, Julie, contributor.
Kellett, David, contributor.
Long, Stephen, contributor.
Lung, Francis, contributor.
Martin, Ray, contributor.
Netanyahu, Benjamin, contributor.
O'Brien, Kerry, contributor.
O'Farrell, Barry, contributor.
Pillay, Navi, contributor.
Pipes, Daniel, contributor.
Scott, Mark, contributor.
Smith, Neil, contributor.
Thomson, Craig, contributor.
Ticehurst, Gary, contributor.
Torney, Kate, contributor.
Wheeldon, Harold, contributor.
Subject Financial crises -- Economic aspects.
Journalists -- Death.
Politicians -- Corrupt practices.
News and Current Affairs.