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Title 7.30 : 27/05/2016.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2016 May 27 at 19:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2016.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (27 min. 30 sec.) ; 161916620 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Stories include: 'Can Australia's champion women's rugby 7s team win gold in Rio?', 'The mother of Adam Whittington says Ch 9 has "thrown her son under a bus"', 'Treasurer Scott Morrison and shadow treasurer Chris Bowen debate election policies', 'Mining bust looms over federal election in WA'<br /><br />CAN AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION WOMEN'S RUGBY 7S TEAM WIN GOLD IN RIO?<br />This weekend in France an Australian sporting team is hoping to make history. The women's rugby sevens side has the chance to become world champions and, as a result, hot favourites for an Olympic gold medal in Rio. It's been a rapid rise for the team, as most of them didn't even play the sport a few years ago.<br /><br />THE MOTHER OF ADAM WHITTINGTON SAYS CH 9 HAS "THROWN HER SON UNDER A BUS"<br />Channel Nine has released the findings of a review into 60 Minutes' botched kidnapping operation in Lebanon. Producer Stephen Rice has been shown the door at and others have been issued formal warnings. While the crew and journalists have returned home on bail, the man they paid for the recovery operation, Adam Whittington, is not so lucky.<br /><br />TREASURER SCOTT MORRISON AND SHADOW TREASURER CHRIS BOWEN DEBATE ELECTION POLICIES<br />The budget emergency - such a huge feature of the last election campaign - was nowhere to be seen today as the treasurer Scott Morrison and his Labor counterpart Chris Bowen faced off at the National Press Club. They fiercely debated and contested arguments about economic policy but neither could be declared the outright winner.<br /><br />MINING BUST LOOMS OVER FEDERAL ELECTION IN WA<br />Western Australia has long been a Liberal stronghold but for the first time in a decade the Labor Party could make gains in the West at this election. Unemployment is up, the state's economy has taken a hit and the state Liberal government is on the nose.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Wordsworth, Matt, host.
Day, Lauren, reporter.
Lane, Sabra, reporter.
Worsley, Ben, reporter.
Abbott, Tony, contributor.
Bowe, William, contributor.
Bowen, Chris, contributor.
Cherry, Emileey, contributor.
Green, Ellia, contributor.
Groves, Hayden, contributor.
Howard, John, contributor.
Mactiernan, Alannah, contributor.
Morrison, Scott, contributor.
Nahan, Mike, contributor.
Quirk, Alicia, contributor.
Shorten, Bill, contributor.
Trump, Donald, contributor.
Turnbull, Malcolm, contributor.
Walsh, Tim, contributor.
Whittington, Georgina, contributor.
Wyatt, Ken, contributor.
Subject Elections -- Political aspects.
Housing -- Prices.
Political campaigns.
Presidential candidates -- Attitudes.
60 minutes (Television program : Australia)
National Nine Network (Australia)
News and Current Affairs.