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Title 7.30 : 03/06/2016.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2016 June 03 at 19:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (32 min. 28 sec.) ; 186232385 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Stories include: 'Could a bauxite mine help Aurukun?', 'Interview: Titans CEO Graham Annesley', 'Alleged victims shocked by release of Malka Leifer', 'Jimmy Barnes reveals his love of soul music', 'Hydro Tasmania criticised as state's energy crisis continues'<br /><br />COULD A BAUXITE MINE HELP AURUKUN?<br />In the troubled community of Aurukun there is a lack of jobs. Some think an answer might lie in developing a bauxite mine, but plans have been stalled by complexity. Now hopes are rising that there will be a breakthrough.<br /><br />INTERVIEW: TITANS CEO GRAHAM ANNESLEY<br />In the wake of police announcing an investigation into NRL match-fixing, Graham Annesley shares his insights. He has seen the NRL from many angles - as a top flight referee, NSW sports minister, and now Gold Coast Titans CEO.<br /><br />ALLEGED VICTIMS SHOCKED BY RELEASE OF MALKA LEIFER<br />Alleged victims of former Melbourne school principal Malka Leifer have been devastated by news she will not face extradition from Israel to Australia. Overnight a Jerusalem judge ruled Leifer was not mentally fit to face extradition.<br /><br />JIMMY BARNES REVEALS HIS LOVE OF SOUL MUSIC<br />As the front man of iconic Australian rock band Cold Chisel Jimmy Barnes' music and antics have become woven into the fabric of life for millions of Australians. Now he is releasing a new album exploring his soul music side.<br /><br />HYDRO TASMANIA CRITICISED AS STATE'S ENERGY CRISIS CONTINUES<br />As Tasmania battles through an unprecedented energy crisis, questions are being asked about whether renewable energy business, Hydro Tasmania, acted recklessly during the carbon tax period making the crisis much worse.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Wordsworth, Matt, host.
Atkin, Michael, reporter.
Milligan, Louise, reporter.
Stein, Ginny, reporter.
Abelesz, Shlomo, contributor.
Annesley, Graham, contributor.
Barnes, Jimmy, contributor.
Davy, Steve, contributor.
Farrugia, Julian, contributor.
Groom, Matthew, contributor.
Korkaktain, Jonathan, contributor.
Lawrence, Zeddy, contributor.
Macgill, Iain, contributor.
Seeman, David, contributor.
Stump, Nick, contributor.
Tamwoy, Elisha, contributor.
Waks, Manny, contributor.
Walpo, Dereck, contributor.
White, Marc, contributor.
Wilson, David, contributor.
Woolla, Ada, contributor.
Subject Electric power failures.
Renewable energy sources -- Costs.
Singers -- Biography.
Sports -- Corrupt practices.
Trials (Child sexual abuse)
Unemployed -- Social conditions.
News and Current Affairs.