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||삭제판Labor says Tony Abbott's Hazelwood intervention undermines Malcolm Turnbull||Federal Labor says that Tony Abbott is at war with his own party, following his calls for Victoria's Hazelwood Power station to remain open. The former prime minister says that the Federal Government should throw a multi-million dollar lifeline to keep Hazelwood open until other energy supplies come online. But Malcolm Turnbull has dismissed Mr Abbott's suggestion, while the Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says that the closure of Hazelwood is the State Government's responsibility.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Nervous wait for job seekers and local businesses as Hazelwood closure looms||The Hazelwood plant in Victoria's LaTrobe Valley will become the ninth coal-fired power generator to close its doors in five years. Built in the 1960s, Hazelwood isn't considered the marvel of modern technology it once seemed. But with hundreds of job losses, what will the ripple effect be to the broader region?||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Town of Waubra divided over wind energy||Livelihoods in the tiny Victorian town of Waubra once relied on spuds and livestock, but now wind is a major source of income for many farmers. The town of about 500 people has 128 wind turbines, making it one of the largest wind farms in the southern hemisphere. The town's allegiance to wind has split the town, turning neighbours and friends against each other. And it's also become a magnet for anti-wind farm campaigners, who have labelled a so-called illness that comes with living near turbines, Waubra disease.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Lock the Gate critical of proposed CSG royalties scheme||As politicians grapple with how to prevent the looming gas shortage, farmers are under more pressure than ever to allow gas wells on their properties. South Australia has a plan to pay farmers 10 per cent of mining royalties, if they allow extraction to go ahead. The Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby has praised that plan, but new analysis from anti-mining group Lock the Gate suggests farmers in Queensland would earn less than $1000 per well under that particular scheme.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Tasmanian Govt trying to open land in tourism boom area for potential logging||Mountain Bike Tourism is transforming the small town of Derby in North East Tasmania. But the success story of Derby's mountain bike boom could be overshadowed by the contention created by the Tasmanian Government's decision to open up forest around the trails for potential logging.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판China's Premier dismisses suggestions Beijing militarising in South China Sea||China's visiting Premier has dismissed suggestions that Beijing is militarising the waters of the South China Sea, but concedes defence equipment placed on disputed islands is to help maintain freedom of navigation. Premier Li Keqiang discussed regional security concerns during formal talks with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in Canberra, before unveiling new trade agreements.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판NT Royal Commission: 'brutish, bullying culture' at Don Dale sidelined female detainees||The Northern Territory's youth detention royal commission has been told females inside Don Dale weren't given access to education and activities available to the males. Today, the commissioners heard from a panel of former Don Dale guards about their time at the centre. This ends a week of evidence from former Don Dale guards, including claims bad management and a macho culture led to Don Dale's downhill spiral.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Hillsong takes zero tolerance approach to paedophiles, Royal Commission hears||At the child sexual abuse Royal Commission, the leader of the Hillsong Church has given evidence that his organisation has a 'no tolerance' approach to paedophiles. Brian Houston's evidence follows the Royal Commission's finding that he'd failed to notify the authorities that his father, also a church pastor, had been accused of child abuse offences.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||삭제판Should 'skimpies' be banned?||It's a racy issue: are so-called 'skimpies' empowered women taking control of their bodies or glorified barmaids allowing themselves to be objectified by men? Activist group Collective Shout wants an end to scantily clad barmaids in WA, saying it leads to violence against women. But those behind the bar say women have a right to choose how they earn a living and how much flesh they bare.||2017.3.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|