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January 17, 2018
ABC January 17, 2018

Pay Dock: Why Coal Port Locked Out Its Workers
The Port Kembla Coal Terminal say it's struggling to remain competitive and denies it is trying to scrap long-standing union agreements. But leaked documents reveal the company is considering a plan to radically reshape its workforce.

Jason Wood on African Youth Crime in Melbourne
Federal Liberal MP Jason Wood is a former policeman and chaired a parliamentary committee that looked into outcomes for new arrivals in Australia. His electorate in Melbourne's east takes in some of the Sudanese crime hotspots.

What Victoria Police Think About 'African Gang Crisis'
The media and politicians have been clashing about African gang violence in Victoria in recent weeks. Andrew Crisp, the deputy commissioner of the Victoria Police, joins Leigh Sales to speak the issues around the debate.

Does Victoria Have a Problem with African Gang Violence or Not?
It's been a hot talking point for at least a year and in recent weeks politicians have weighed in after a spate of violent incidents involving youths from African backgrounds. 7.30 goes behind the political point-scoring to dig into the statistics and find out the truth. Editor's note: This report states that 1.4 percent of all offenders in Victoria in the year ended September 2017 were Sudanese-born. This figure, published in the Commonwealth Joint Committee on Migration's Inquiry into Migrant Settlement Outcomes Report, is incorrect. Victoria's Crime Statistics Agency has since clarified that 1 percent of offenders in the period were Sudanese-born.

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