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Title Lateline : 27/02/12.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2012 February 27 at 22:30:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (36 min. 26 sec.) ; 221522376 bytes
Summary GILLARD DEFEATS RUDD, VOWS END TO DRAMA Julia Gillard has decisively defeated Kevin Rudd in a leadership ballot by 71 votes to 31 and declared the political drama over, just before Senator Mark Arbib resigned. WE ARE BACK TO GOVERNING: EMERSON Acting Foreign Minister Craig Emerson says Labor will now be judged by its performance, and must convince the public it has moved on from the leadership spill. BUSINESS WANTS TO SEE STABILITY: ESPIE Infrastructure fund chairman Paul Espie says the international reputation of Australia has been damaged by both of Labor's leadership spills. MONTAGE: HOW THE DAY UNFOLDED Take a look at some of today's drama and action, and how voters have been reacting to it. AUSTRALIAN BAXTER TAKES SECOND CONSECUTIVE OSCAR Hollywood has handed out the Oscars for 2012, honouring a French silent film, an Australian film editor and Academy Awards veteran Meryl Streep.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Maria Nicholson, Anne, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Arbib, Mark, contributor.
Baxter, Kirk, contributor.
Crean, Simon, contributor.
Crystal, Billy, contributor.
Emerson, Craig, contributor.
Espie, Paul, contributor.
Ferguson, Laurie, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Hayes, Chris, contributor.
Plummer, Christopher, contributor.
Rudd, Kevin, contributor.
Streep, Meryl, contributor.
Thompson, Kelvin, contributor.
Subject Academy Awards (Motion pictures)
Industrial relations.
Political leadership.
Political plays.
News and Current Affairs.