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Title 7.30 : May 1, 2017.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2017 May 01 at 19:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (31 min. 37 sec.) ; 183954793 bytes
Summary Simon Birmingham Defends Changes To University Debt Repayments<br />Education minister Simon Birmingham defends changes to university debt repayments that will see graduates having to make higher repayments, sooner.<br /><br />Budget Changes On Generic Drugs Could Save $1.8 billion<br />Proposed changes to encourage doctors to prescribe low-cost generic drugs could deliver budget savings of $1.8 billion. But doctors say it will interfere in their relationship with patients.<br /><br />More Revelations About Abuse And Neglect In Adelaide Nursing Homes<br />An Adelaide nursing home run by the South Australian government is at the centre of allegations that it has been abusing and neglecting residents for the past decade. 7.30 has now uncovered more allegations of neglect at another Adelaide nursing home, sparking calls for an overhaul of the complaints system.<br /><br />Grandmother Anguished Over Use Of Khaled Sharrouf's Son In Terror Video<br />Convicted Australian terrorist, Khaled Sharrouf, has used his son in an ISIS-style propaganda video. The boy's grandmother, who has spent years trying to bring the children back from Syria, says she doesn't understand why Sharrouf would use his own son as a media tool.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Sales, Leigh, host.
Birmingham, Simon, reporter.
Bartone, Tony, contributor.
Dutton, Peter, contributor.
Gage, Nicola, contributor.
Greenaway, Tim, contributor.
Hausler, Noleen, contributor.
Hunt, Greg, contributor.
Krecu, Alma, contributor.
Lacey, Wendy, contributor.
Nettleton, Karen, contributor.
Probyn, Andrew, contributor.
Serpo, Rina, contributor.
Thomson, Jillian, contributor.
Thomson, Sharne, contributor.
Welch, Dylan, contributor.
Subject Children and terrorism.
Drugs -- Cost effectiveness.
Generic drugs.
Health promotion -- Social aspects.
Septicemia -- Diagnosis.
Older people -- Abuse of.
News and Current Affairs.