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Title Lateline : 14/04/14.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2014 April 14 at 22:35:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (36 min. 44 sec.) ; 221608103 bytes
Summary RUSSIA TRYING TO DESTABILISE UKRAINE The West has accused Moscow of trying to destabilise Ukraine and a senior UN official says at least five new cities in eastern Ukraine have experienced uprisings and seizures of government buildings in the past day. PENSION AGE TO BE INCREASED TO 70 There are growing signs the pension will come in for a significant reworking in the May budget despite Tony Abbott's promise before the election that there would be no change. AWH BOSS DENIES ANY FRAUD The boss of Australian Water Holdings says he was offended by accusations in the Independent Commission Against Corruption hearings that he had 'milked' Sydney water for expenses such as limousines, lunches and donations to organisations. AUSTRALIA RATES SECOND IN CYBER-CAPABILITY Australia is second only to the United States in cyber-capabilities in the Asia Pacific region, according to a landmark report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. CUTS TO SCIENCE FUNDING ARE REGRESSIVE AND DANGEROUS Immunologist and Nobel laureate, Professor Peter Doherty, discusses the state of scientific research in Australia in light of anticipated cuts to the funding which he says will damage Australia's reputation as a first world country. SEARCH GOES UNDERWATER An unmanned submarine will soon be launched in the search for wreckage from the missing Malaysian airliner. BRIAN HARRADINE DEAD Brian Harradine the former senator for Tasmania has died at the age of 79 after a long illness. CARE PLAN FOR ROSIE The Northern Territory government has revealed a plan to care for intellectually disabled Aboriginal woman, Rosie Anne Fulton, which will allow her to be returned to Alice Springs after being held in a Western Australian jail without a trail or convicton.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Alberici, Emma, host.
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter.
Glanville, Brigid, reporter.
Hassett, Shaun, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
O'Neill, Margot, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Abetz, Eric, contributor.
Andrews, Kevin, contributor.
Burke, Tony, contributor.
Chubb, Ian, contributor.
Churkin, Vitaly, contributor.
Di Girolamo, Nick, contributor.
Doherty, Peter, contributor.
Feakin, Tobias, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Henderson, Gerard, contributor.
Houston, Angus, contributor.
Lyall Grant, Mark, contributor.
O'Farrell, Barry, contributor.
Popovski, Sam, contributor.
Power, Samantha, contributor.
Turchinov, Oleksander, contributor.
Watson, Geoffrey, contributor.
Subject Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (Australia)
Annexation (International law)
Budget -- Government policy.
Intervention (International law) -- Political aspects.
Politicians -- Death.
News and Current Affairs.