This week on 7.30 ACT

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This in from our friends at the ABC:

7.30 ACT Friday July 13th

1. Labor Eats Greens

In the federal arena, the Labor Green relationship is over and heading for the divorce courts – but here in the ACT, the two parties carry on in a marriage of convenience. So how do they reconcile their policy and philosophical differences?

Shane Rattenbury and Andrew Barr both talk candidly about the sometimes testing relationship. Reporter Adam Shirley.

2. Kelly at Glenrowan

Ned Kelly wanted to kill as many police as possible at Glenrowan. He also gave up several opportunities to escape in pursuit of that goal – according to a new book by Canberra author Ian Shaw.

3. FAT Winner

An excerpt of the film “The Unexpected Turn” by Janine Kaiser. It won the CIT Film and Television Award

4. Milne Bay Revisited

In memory of noted Canberra public servant – and keen fisherman- Doug McKay who died a few days ago. He spoke to Stateline a couple of years ago about this wartime experiences at Milne Bay.


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I-filed I-filed 7:48 pm 13 Jul 12

Wow – in between sledging the Greens a little, Andrew “Hates History, Hates Gardens” Barr has just called the 2013 federal election – predicting a Coalition win – says that the federal electorate is tired of minority government. Big plus for his honesty!

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