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7.30 ACT this week

By johnboy - 11 November 2011 12

This in from the ABC.

1. Ngarigu Claim
The Ngunnawal people are recognised by the A.C.T. Government as the traditional owners of the region – a decision resisted by those identifying as Ngambri people.

Now there is a new claimant to the land – from the lesser known Ngarigu tribe.

2. UnderMined
Rural landowners around the country having been trying to lock their gates to mining. But it seems companies are now using a new strategy to get access to key parcels of land – without the trouble of resistant landowners.

In the nearby Southern Highlands, the recent purchase of a large property by Hume Coal passed unnoticed by the community – because the company used a third party.

3. Trove

Trove is a treasure belonging to the National Library – and therefore to everyone.

The collection includes millions of digitised newspaper articles… however many of the articles are old and somewhat the worse for wear – so the digitisation process has included many errors.

Volunteers from the public have been trusted with making the necessary corrections.

4. Caught Inside
An Australian surfie thriller is winning critical acclaim – but very few cinemas are showing it.

5. CLOSER – Canberra by Night
shot this week by cameraman Adam Wyatt – (whilst the national institutions were bathed in golden light to celebrate the emergency services) set to the music of Brisbane jazz pianist David Bentley.

What’s Your opinion?


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7.30 ACT this week
I-filed 4:59 pm 11 Nov 11

colourful sydney racing identity said :

dungfungus said :

I don’t watch 7.30 anymore. Even Chris Ulhman, who gave the show some oxygen after the Red Ked was put out to pasture, is being muzzled.
Same with Insiders which is only bearable when they have Gerald Henderson injecting some balance.

Gerard Henderson, balance, LOL!

Only Henderson, Ackerman and Bolt together on Insiders could balance that in extremis of self-righteous cant, David Marr.

colourful sydney rac 3:57 pm 11 Nov 11

dungfungus said :

I don’t watch 7.30 anymore. Even Chris Ulhman, who gave the show some oxygen after the Red Ked was put out to pasture, is being muzzled.
Same with Insiders which is only bearable when they have Gerald Henderson injecting some balance.

Gerard Henderson, balance, LOL!

Holden Caulfield 3:54 pm 11 Nov 11

dungfungus said :

johnboy said :

7.30 ACT is what used to be Stateline, covering local issues.

I thought this article said “7.30 this week” so that means before today and the 7.30 you are referring to is tonight so please explain?

Reading and comprehension. Can you use those words in a sentence for us please.

Jim Jones 3:52 pm 11 Nov 11

Waiting For Godot said :

The left wing ABC isn’t improving. There’s the token Aboriginal story (which pops up in almost every ABC program), a bit of mining company bashing, two artsy stories and a few pretty pictures at the end. How on earth do they get away with this sort of thing?

Yeah, when the FTA channels are giving us such a superb offering of endless repeats of the latest retarded American sitcom, inane ‘reality’ television, and … *cough* … “news” that spends more time focusing on ‘the cat that can count’ than anything that, you know, actually happened in the world.

johnboy 3:40 pm 11 Nov 11

dungfungus said :

johnboy said :

7.30 ACT is what used to be Stateline, covering local issues.

I thought this article said “7.30 this week” so that means before today and the 7.30 you are referring to is tonight so please explain?

Well the headline is “7.30 ACT”, which only shows on friday.

Holden Caulfield 3:29 pm 11 Nov 11

Waiting For Godot said :

The left wing ABC isn’t improving. There’s the token Aboriginal story (which pops up in almost every ABC program), a bit of mining company bashing, two artsy stories and a few pretty pictures at the end. How on earth do they get away with this sort of thing?

Someone has to make an effort to balance the right wing crap on FTA. 😉

dungfungus 3:13 pm 11 Nov 11

johnboy said :

7.30 ACT is what used to be Stateline, covering local issues.

I thought this article said “7.30 this week” so that means before today and the 7.30 you are referring to is tonight so please explain?

johnboy 3:06 pm 11 Nov 11

7.30 ACT is what used to be Stateline, covering local issues.

dungfungus 3:05 pm 11 Nov 11

I don’t watch 7.30 anymore. Even Chris Ulhman, who gave the show some oxygen after the Red Ked was put out to pasture, is being muzzled.
Same with Insiders which is only bearable when they have Gerald Henderson injecting some balance.

Deref 3:04 pm 11 Nov 11

Waiting For Godot said :

The left wing ABC isn’t improving.

0_0 There’s a left wing ABC? Why wasn’t I told?

“Reality has a well-known liberal bias.”
M Colbert

Waiting For Godot 2:37 pm 11 Nov 11

The left wing ABC isn’t improving. There’s the token Aboriginal story (which pops up in almost every ABC program), a bit of mining company bashing, two artsy stories and a few pretty pictures at the end. How on earth do they get away with this sort of thing?

EvanJames 1:51 pm 11 Nov 11

I think the Ngarigo people have been saying this for a while (you’ll see a lot of their influence in the snowy mountains but of course they couldn’t stay there during winter), along with the Ngambri, and the Wiradjuri too. But the Ngunnawal have a very, er, busy self-appointed spokesperson, so they get to have their name up at the city gateways, and get to charge for holding welcoming ceremonies.

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