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16 kilos of fish, eaten by every Australian every year

Whatever it may be: Atlantic salmon, tuna, shark or prawns, every Australian likes their seafood.


In fact, every year, an average..

  • Upload30 Oct 2014

  • Duration09 Minutes

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Clive Palmer

Abbott calls for mature public debate

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says what's needed is a "mature public debate" on federal-state relations, including the G-S-T.


Mr Abbott says Australia needs what he calls a "more rational" system of government, with less duplication, overlap and waste.

He says nothing is out of the question and his Government will consider tax and funding changes to get states involved.

  • Uploaded30 Oct 2014

  • Duration04 Minutes

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Sina Bob Katter at ambassador Nadjib Riphat Koseama

Class action lodget over 2011 live-cattle ban

A class action has been lodged against the federal government over the month-long ban of live-cattle exports to Indonesia in 2011.


A cattle-station owner is leading the action, but it includes a vast range of industries affected and could last for years.

  • Uploaded30 Oct 2014

  • Duration04 Minutes

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Ministro sa Pananalapi Mathias Cormann

Government reintroduces fuel tax hike - via tariff powers

The Federal Government has announced it will use tariff proposals to reintroduce regular hikes in fuel tax in a move expected to cost average households about 40 cents a week.

The increases will begin on November the 10th, but the Government will need the support of Labor, the Greens or crossbench senators to validate the change within 12 months.


Finance Minister Matthias (muh-TEE-us) Cormann denies the Government is using the tariff powers to bypass the Senate, which has refused to support reintroducing fuel-excise indexation.

  • Uploaded30 Oct 2014

  • Duration04 Minutes

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Ang Parliamento ng Canada

Canada says gunman acted alone, but security sharpens

Canadian officials say the man who shot dead a soldier in Ottawa before storming the corridors of parliament acted alone.


Michael Zehaf-Bibeau (ZEE-hahf BEE-bo) was living in a shelter while awaiting approval for a passport application.


His mother says he had planned to travel to Syria.


  • Uploaded29 Oct 2014

  • Duration03 Minutes

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