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Title 7.30 : 02/08/2016.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2016 August 02 at 19:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (31 min. 26 sec.) ; 183434311 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Stories include: 'Economist Dr Andrew Charlton discusses the RBA's latest interest rate cut', 'Careers Australia, Acquire Learning facing fresh claims over sales tactics', 'Police and vigilantes kill 500 suspected drug dealers and users on President's orders', 'Report slams St Vincent's Hospital on cancer patient chemo dosages'</br></br>ECONOMIST DR ANDREW CHARLTON DISCUSSES THE RBA'S LATEST INTEREST RATE CUT</br>Mortgage holders are set to be the winners of the RBA's latest interest rate cut - bring the official cash rate down to 1.5%. Economist Andrew Charlton explains what effect it will have.</br></br>CAREERS AUSTRALIA, ACQUIRE LEARNING FACING FRESH CLAIMS OVER SALES TACTICS</br>There are new claims that some of Australia's biggest training companies are still using unscrupulous tactics to recruit people for expensive courses, despite crackdowns by the Federal government and the corporate regulator.</br></br>POLICE AND VIGILANTES KILL 500 SUSPECTED DRUG DEALERS AND USERS ON PRESIDENT'S ORDERS</br>After being given the green light by newly elected Philippines President Duterte, police and vigilantes have killed more than 500 suspected drug dealers and users in the last month.</br></br>REPORT SLAMS ST VINCENT'S HOSPITAL ON CANCER PATIENT CHEMO DOSAGES</br>A scathing report has been released finding St Vincent's Hospital lied to the public and the government about head and neck cancer patients being given less than the recommended chemo treatment.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Lane, Sabra, host.
Atkin, Michael, reporter.
Harvey, Adam, reporter.
Peacock, Matt, reporter.
Aliado, Monico, contributor.
Benedet, Gerard, contributor.
Brody, Gerard, contributor.
Charlton, Andrew, contributor.
Currow, David, contributor.
Dugdale, Natalie, contributor.
Duterte, Rodrigo, contributor.
Grygiel, John, contributor.
Hall, Toby, contributor.
Maguire, Patrick, contributor.
Miller, Derek, contributor.
Picardal, Amado, contributor.
Resido, Marisa, contributor.
Skinner, Jillian, contributor.
Subject Reserve Bank of Australia.
Apologizing.
Cancer -- Chemotherapy.
Consumer complaints.
Interest rates -- Forecasting.
News and Current Affairs.