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Title 7.30 : 28/07/11.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2011 July 28 at 19:30:00.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (30 min. 20 sec.) ; 184398334 bytes
Summary CHRISTINE NIXON SPEAKS TO 7.30 Former Victorian police commissioner, Christine Nixon, speaks to Leigh Sales about her autobiography, 'Fair Cop', and the claims she makes within the book about a media campaign against her. AUSTRALIA'S BID FOR UN SEAT UNDER SCRUTINY Doubts have been cast over Australia's efforts to win a seat at the United Nations Security Council. A LAW FIRM WITH A DIFFERENCE The Salvation Army has opened a commercial law firm in Sydney's CBD and it's already taking business away from some of its big corporate cousins. CLARKE AND DAWE DISCUSS PROBLEMS John Clarke and Bryan Dawe consider recent political problems. INTERVIEW WITH JUSTICE KEVIN BELL Speaks to Justice Kevin Bell of the Victorian Supreme Court about the Salvation Army's work with its recently established law firm.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Sales, Leigh, host.
Baillie, Rebecca, reporter.
Clarke, John, reporter.
Cooper, Hayden, reporter.
Dawe, Bryan, reporter.
Ritchie, Kerri, reporter.
Bell, Kevin, contributor.
Collishaw, Nick, contributor.
Condon, James, contributor.
Geary, Luke, contributor.
Nixon, Christine, contributor.
Rudd, Kevin, contributor.
Shearer, Andrew, contributor.
White, Belinda, contributor.
White, Hugh, contributor.
Woolcott, Richard, contributor.
Subject Salvation Army.
United Nations. Security Council.
Victoria Police.
Autobiography.
News and Current Affairs.