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Lateline: December 5, 2017
December 5, 2017
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The Humans Of Lateline: Our Most Memorable Characters
After 28 years, this is Lateline's final week on air. We're taking a look back at some of the extraordinary stories of everyday people we've featured - meet the humans of Lateline! Barbara Miller produced this report. This story contains coarse language - and a warning for Indigenous viewers, there are images of a person now deceased.

Lebowitz Unsurprised By Spate Of Hollywood Sexual Abuse Allegations
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to author and social commentator Fran Lebowitz about Donald Trump's America and the Hollywood sexual harrassment saga.

How A Principal Turned A Struggling School Around
Four years ago, the New South Wales Education Department began an experiment. It employed 15 principals on salaries of up to $200,000 a year in schools with large numbers of Indigenous students. The principals were also given new powers to change operating hours and parts of the curriculum. One school in Tamworth is achieving remarkable results. Lateline's John Stewart reports.

Wordsworth On The Latest Citizenship Dramas
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the publication of a new parliamentary register detailing the citizenship status of all serving MPs. A number of Labor and Liberal MPs and one crossbencher could be referred to the High Court.

The Humans Of Lateline: Our Most Memorable Characters
After 28 years, this is Lateline's final week on air. We're taking a look back at some of the extraordinary stories of everyday people we've featured - meet the humans of Lateline! Barbara Miller produced this report. This story contains coarse language - and a warning for Indigenous viewers, there are images of a person now deceased.

Lebowitz Unsurprised By Spate Of Hollywood Sexual Abuse Allegations
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to author and social commentator Fran Lebowitz about Donald Trump's America and the Hollywood sexual harrassment saga.

How A Principal Turned A Struggling School Around
Four years ago, the New South Wales Education Department began an experiment. It employed 15 principals on salaries of up to $200,000 a year in schools with large numbers of Indigenous students. The principals were also given new powers to change operating hours and parts of the curriculum. One school in Tamworth is achieving remarkable results. Lateline's John Stewart reports.

Wordsworth On The Latest Citizenship Dramas
Jeremy Fernandez speaks to political correspondent Matt Wordsworth about the publication of a new parliamentary register detailing the citizenship status of all serving MPs. A number of Labor and Liberal MPs and one crossbencher could be referred to the High Court.

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