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 TORCH RELAY 2000
Olympic Torch Relay


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Video The Olympic torch today visited the reef. Matthew Wordsworth reports.
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WMP Jack Lockett, who is 109-years-old, is in training to carry the Olympic torch around Bendigo. Edmond Roy spoke to his 73-year-old son Kevin.
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Video Alice Springs residents turned out in force to see the Olympic torch. Tony Eastley reports.
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WMP The first day of the Australian leg of the Olympic torch relay has been an emotional and powerfully symbolic one. Kevin Wilde reports.
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WMP Nova Peris-Kneebone spoke after kicking off the Australian section of the torch relay. Kevin Wilde reports.
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Video The Australian leg of the torch relay has begun at Uluru. Paul Lockyer reports.
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WMP ABC reporter Kirsty O'Brien describes the scene for NewsRadio as Governor-General Sir William Deane is handed the Olympic flame.
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Video The arrival of the torch at Uluru is less than a day away. Paul Lockyer reports.
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WMP Former ATSIC chairwoman and Aboriginal leader Lowitja O'Donoghue spoke to Kevin Wilde on the eve of the torch's arrival at Uluru.
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WMP Organisers hope the arrival of the Olympic flame at Uluru will capture the public's imagination. Kevin Wilde reports.
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Rafer Johnson talks about his experience in lighting the torch in LA in 1984.
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WMP With the Olympic Torch just a week away from Australia, the Olympic publicity machine is cranking up. Rafael Epstein reports.
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WMP The Olympic Torch has hit PNG. Richard Dinnen reports.
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Video PNG is tightening security for its leg of the torch relay
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Video The Olympic torch is on its way to the South Pacific
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WMP There's trouble brewing over the torch's route through PNG
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WMP Michael Knight's methods may be ruthless, but in the case of Kevan Gosper, he has got his man
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Video Kevan Gosper, despite being embroiled in torch controversy, is thinking of the future after being cleared of corruption
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Video Kevan Gosper says he'll play a part in the torch relay, unless the public opposes such a move
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WMP Kevan Gosper says he will take part in the torch relay
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WMP SOCOG will claim exclusive rights to the torch relay route, preventing street vendors or charities from taking advantage of the crowds the event's likely to attract
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Video Yianna Souleles has forgiven Kevan Gosper following his apology
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Video Kevan Gosper has apologised for allowing his daughter to be the first Australian torch runner
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WMP Kevan Gosper has bowed to public outrage and apologised
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WMP The NSW Hellenic Council says fatherly pride wasn't the only issue
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Video The lighting of the torch did not improve the Games' current PR nightmare
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WMP Sandy Hollway says he tried to persuade Kevan Gosper to prevent his daughter from the torch ceremony
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Video The Olympic flame is starting its long journey, amid controversy about Kevan Gosper's daughter
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WMP Kevan Gosper says he had nothing to do with the decision that his daughter will carry the torch
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Video IOC vice-president Kevan Gosper's daughter will be the first Australian to carry the Olympic torch, prompting claims of Olympic nepotism
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WMP The first Australian to carry the Olympic torch will not be an athlete. Instead the honour goes to the daughter of Australian IOC vice-president Kevan Gosper

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