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Title Lateline : 28/02/13.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2013 February 28 at 22:30:00.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (36 min. 36 sec.) ; 222006894 bytes
Summary OPPOSITION ACCUSED OF DOG WHISTLE POLITICS Comments by the Opposition's spokesman on Immigration, Scott Morrison, that asylum seekers being released into the community should be registered, have split Coalition members and sparked accusations of 'dog whistle' politics from the Government. WHAT THE PEOPLE OF THE WEST THINK Canvasses opinions about the Prime Minister's extended visit and attitudes to asylum seekers in the western suburbs of Sydney. HANSON-YOUNG CONDEMNS 'VILIFICATION' OF ASYLUM SEEKERS Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young has accused Scott Morrison and broadcaster Ray Hadley of exploiting an alleged sexual assault on a university student to imply that all asylum seekers are criminals. TEACHER HOUNDED OUT OF SCHOOL The Victorian enquiry into sexual abuse in religious organisations has heard how a teacher who blew the whistle on a priest who was abusing a student, was hounded out of his job. $100 MILLION FOR FLOOD PREVENTION The Federal Government will provide up to $100 million for flood mitigation projects such as drains, diversions and higher dam walls. DRUG SQUAD DETECTIVE LIED ABOUT CARL WILLIAMS Victoria's Supreme Court has heard that former drug squad detective, Paul Dale, lied about a secret relationship with underworld boss Carl Williams, because Dale was a suspect in an unsolved double murder. CHILD CARE SYSTEM UNDER PRESSURE The nation's largest survey of young people in care has revealed a distressing picture of the circumstances of the growing number of children under government protection. PLEA FOR A BAN ON ASSAULT WEAPONS The father of one of the 20 primary school children killed in the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook has pleaded with Congress to pass laws banning semi-automatic weapons.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Jones, Tony, host.
Barrett, Rebecca, reporter.
Farnsworth, Sarah, reporter.
Fitzsimmons, Hamish, reporter.
Iggulden, Tom, reporter.
Millar, Lisa, reporter.
Vincent, Michael, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Abetz, Eric, contributor.
Begg, William, contributor.
Bernardi, Cory, contributor.
Blenkiron, Peter, contributor.
Bloomberg, Michael, contributor.
Bradbury, David, contributor.
Burchell, David, contributor.
Cameron, Doug, contributor.
Conroy, Stephen, contributor.
Crowe, Carol, contributor.
Crowe, Michael, contributor.
Durbin, Dick, contributor.
Flynn, Edward, contributor.
Frost, Hayden, contributor.
Gillard, Julia, contributor.
Graham, Lindsey, contributor.
Hadley, Ray, contributor.
Hanson-Young, Sarah, contributor.
Heslin, Neil, contributor.
Johnson, Nicholas, contributor.
Kelly, Robin, contributor.
Lane, Tim, contributor.
Mcdowell, Joseph, contributor.
Scott, Fiona, contributor.
Shorten, Bill, contributor.
Sinodinos, Arthur, contributor.
Smith, Stephen, contributor.
Tatchell, Paul, contributor.
Vitek, Phillip, contributor.
Walsh, Robert, contributor.
Whelan, Keith, contributor.
Subject Child sexual abuse by clergy.
Emigration and immigration -- Political aspects.
Prime ministers -- Attitudes.
Refugees -- Political aspects.
News and Current Affairs.