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Title Lateline : 02/12/09.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2009 December 02 at 22:35:00.


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Physical description 1 streaming video file (37 min. 42 sec.) ; 228686288 bytes
Summary SENATE REJECTS EMISSIONS TRADING SCHEME After more than 50 hours of debate, the Federal Government's emissions trading scheme has been scuttled by the Senate. GOVERNMENT WEIGHS UP EARLY ELECTION The Rudd Government will give Parliament another chance to pass an emissions trading scheme, but it is still weighing up the option of an early election to break the deadlock. OBAMA ORDERS AFGHAN SURGE OF 30,000 SOLDIERS US President Barack Obama's decision to send an additional 30,000 soldiers to Afghanistan has drawn a mixed response. ISLAMIC CREATIONISM ON THE RISE The debate between creationists and evolutionists, long a feature of Christian nations, is now on the rise in the Islamic world, where religious belief is surging. BARNABY JOYCE DISCUSSES COALITION'S CLIMATE Interview with Barnaby Joyce, the leader of the Nationals in the Senate. He talks about the rejection of the Government's emissions trading scheme and the Opposition's own stance on climate change.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Jones, Tony, host.
Brown, Helen, reporter.
Knight, Ben, reporter.
Millar, Lisa, reporter.
Robertson, Dana, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Boyce, Sue, contributor.
Costar, Brian, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Green, Antony, contributor.
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor.
Lockhart, Lance, contributor.
Obama, Barack, contributor.
Oktar, Adnan, contributor.
Orso, Leroy, contributor.
Troeth, Judith, contributor.
Wadhams, Caroline, contributor.
Wilkerso, Lawrence, contributor.
Williams, George, contributor.
Wong, Penny, contributor.
Subject Creation (Islam)
Elections -- Political aspects.
Emissions trading -- Law and legislation.
Politicians -- Interviews.
Faith -- Religious aspects.
Military campaigns.
News and Current Affairs.