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Title Lateline : 09/02/10.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2010 February 09 at 22:30:00.

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Summary JOYCE RIDICULED OVER ECONOMIC CREDIBILITY Barnaby Joyce has again managed to put himself at the centre of political debate by suggesting Australia is at risk of defaulting on its loans. AUSTRALIA'S AIRPORTS TO GET SECURITY UPGRADE Airline passengers may be subjected to full body scans under a major security upgrade at Australia's airports. TOYOTA FORCED TO RECALL PRIUS Already reeling from the recall of more than 8 million of its cars, Toyota has now been forced to recall its flagship vehicle - the Prius. DOUBTS CAST ON $70B COAL DEAL Reports tonight have emerged questioning whether a Queensland coal company has signed what was claimed to be Australia's largest export deal with China. ASHBY PERJURY CASE COLLAPSES A perjury case against former Victoria Police assistant commissioner Noel Ashby has collapsed after a Supreme Court ruling that evidence from the state's police corruption watchdog was inadmissible due to a legal oversight. SECRET DOCUMENTS AT CORE OF CHILCOT INQUIRY The man heading the inquiry into Britain's decision to go to war with Iraq, Sir John Chilcot, has revealed secret documents will form the core of the investigation. DR HANS BLIX DISCUSSES CHILCOT INQUIRY Former chief United Nations weapons inspector, Dr Hans Blix, discusses the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war, as well as Iran and North Korea's nuclear ambitions. FOIL INSULATION BANNED IN GOVERNMENT REBATE PROGRAM The Federal Government has suspended the use of foil insulation in its rebates program because of safety concerns, but electricians and the Opposition say the ban does not go far enough.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Cooper, Hayden, reporter.
Griffiths, Emma, reporter.
Willacy, Mark, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Albanese, Anthony, contributor.
Barnes, Sunny, contributor.
Blix, Hans, contributor.
Clarke, Roger, contributor.
Davies, Greg, contributor.
Freedman, Lawrence, contributor.
Garrett, Peter, contributor.
Henning, Roger, contributor.
Hunt, Greg, contributor.
Joyce, Barnaby, contributor.
Richards, Malcolm, contributor.
Ronaldson, Michael, contributor.
Rudd, Kevin, contributor.
Short, Clare, contributor.
Straw, Jack, contributor.
Swan, Wayne, contributor.
Tanner, Lindsay, contributor.
Toyoda, Akio, contributor.
Williams, Philip, contributor.
Wilmshurst, Elizabeth, contributor.
Wong, Penny, contributor.
Woodward, Richard, contributor.
Subject Airports -- Security measures.
Exports -- Government policy.
Toyota automobiles.
Trials (Perjury)
Iraq War (2003-2011)
War crimes investigation.
News and Current Affairs.