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Title Lateline : 19/04/11.

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

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (36 min. 29 sec.) ; 219313933 bytes
Summary STEEL JOB FEARS SPARK MORE CARBON TAX BACKLASH A South Australian unionist says the Federal Government's proposed carbon tax will kill off steelmaking in parts of the state. MOKBEL PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES Melbourne underworld figure Tony Mokbel has pleaded guilty to several drug trafficking charges, admitting he was the general in charge of a vast drug empire. DEPORTED ADELAIDE MAN ARRIVES IN UK British-born man Clifford Tucker, who has lived in Australia since he was six, has arrived in the UK after being deported yesterday. MENTALLY DISABLED WA MAN GETS MORE FREEDOMS A mentally disabled Western Australian man who has been in prison for almost 10 years without conviction has had his day release extended. TRIPLE-0 OPERATOR CHASTISES FLOOD VICTIMS The Queensland flood inquiry has heard a triple-0 operator chastised a mother and her son, shortly before they were swept to their deaths. ESK FLOOD VICTIMS STILL WAITING ON FLOOD PAYMENTS Flood victims in the southern Queensland town of Esk say insurers are not doing enough to process claims and get families into proper accommodation. CARBON TAX DEBATE NEEDS FUTURE FOCUS: MILNE Discusses the concerns over the Federal Government's proposed carbon tax. MARRICKVILLE COUNCIL SCRAPS ISRAELI BOYCOTT Marrickville Council in inner-Sydney has voted against its proposed boycott of Israeli products after a public backlash. AUTHORITIES FIRE ON SYRIAN PROTESTERS Government forces have fired on protesters occupying the central square of Syria's third largest city, Homs, as unprecedented pro-democracy demonstrations continue to spread across the country. ZIMBABWE COURT STOPS MASS GRAVE RECOVERY In Zimbabwe, a court has ruled that efforts to exhume hundreds of bodies from an abandoned mine shaft must stop.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Moore, Ali, host.
Bennett, James, reporter.
Cannane, Steve, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Norton, Francene, reporter.
Stein, Ginny, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Bettiens, Marianne, contributor.
Byrne, Fiona, contributor.
Doyle, Sally, contributor.
Faris, Peter, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Gouldthorp, Ken, contributor.
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor.
Madziba, Anna, contributor.
Makone, Therese, contributor.
Milne, Christine, contributor.
Mugabe, Robert, contributor.
Mutanhire, George, contributor.
Ngube, Robert, contributor.
Pisasale, Paul, contributor.
Plummer, Geoff, contributor.
Tucker, Clifford, contributor.
Windsor, Tony, contributor.
Subject Carbon taxes.
Climatic changes -- Economic aspects.
Disaster victims.
Drug traffic.
Insurance claims.
Mine accidents.
News and Current Affairs.