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Title 7.30 : 31/08/15.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2015 August 31 at 19:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2015.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (30 min.) ; 175720373 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary DYSON HEYDON DECIDES TO STAY ON AS TRADE UNION ROYAL COMMISSIONER Commissioner Dyson Heydon rejects applications for him to stand down from the Trade Union Royal Commission because of perceived bias. THE TRADE UNION ROYAL COMMISSION MUST NOW GET ON WITH ITS BUSINESS: PETER DUTTON Immigration minister supports Dyson Heydon's decision to remain commissioner at the trade union inquiry, and defends Border Force over its aborted Operation Fortitude. NEURO-SCIENCE TURNING AROUND SCHOOL RESULTS A program based on neuro-science is turning around the performance and lives of children at Broadmeadows Primary School. SHARPIES: AUSTRALIA'S OWN YOUTH SUB-CULTURE Meet the Sharpies, Australia's homegrown sub-culture of the late 60s and early 70s. And now it's experiencing something of a revival.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Lane, Sabra, host.
Cooper, Hayden, reporter.
Duffy, Conor, reporter.
Louise, Milligan, reporter.
Oliver, Dave, reporter.
Biondo, Sam, contributor.
Brandis, George, contributor.
Dreyfus, Mark, contributor.
Dutton, Peter, contributor.
Fuller, Emma, contributor.
Heydon, Dyson, contributor.
Hosking, Deb, contributor.
Longstaff, Simon, contributor.
Mac, Julie, contributor.
Mason, Mimma, contributor.
Mcdougall, Keith, contributor.
Olijnyk, Anna, contributor.
Spencer, Bob, contributor.
Steele, Samantha, contributor.
Subject Australia. Royal Commission on Australian Government Administration.
Musicians -- Psychology.
Neurosciences -- Study and teaching.
Political crimes and offenses -- Investigation.
Students -- Attitudes.
News and Current Affairs.