October 15th, 2015
Episode 33 of 53 episodes
On PM: The Federal Environment Minister approves the construction of the nation's largest coal mine by the Indian mining giant Adani in Queensland's Galilee Basin. And the Federal Government is considering a legal amendment that would allow Australian police to pursue cases involving the killing of Australians overseas where it's considered foreign authorities have failed to properly investigate them. This is the early edition of PM, broadcast on ABC Radio National. The longer, local radio edition will be available for download at 7.30pm.
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