Today Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at Whiteman Park went all the way to State Parliament today.

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Today Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at ...

Channel 7, Perth, Today Tonight (WA), Monica Kos 14 Jun 2017 6:40 PM

Duration: 2 mins 42 secs • ASR AUD 22,911 • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00070727080

Today Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at Whiteman Park went all the way to State

Parliament today. The government is investigating the source of the contamination. Planning Minister Rita Saffioti says they are

getting the independent testing done. The results were repeated across Whiteman Park. Health authorities say occasion

drinking shouldn't cause adverse effects. The findings come as the Water Corporation rips off and replaces aging water pipes

right across Perth. Saffioti confirms Water Corporation is doing regular testing.

Audience

168,000 All, 59,000 MALE 16+, 94,000 FEMALE 16+

Interviewees

Prof Anas Ghadouani, University of Western Australia|Rita Saffioti, Planning Minister

Also broadcast from the following 1 station

GWN7 (Perth)

Period14 Jun 2017

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  • TitleToday Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at Whiteman Park went all the way to State Parliament today.
    Media name/outletChannel 7, Perth, Today Tonight (WA),
    CountryAustralia
    Date14/06/17
    DescriptionToday Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at ... Channel 7, Perth, Today Tonight (WA), Monica Kos 14 Jun 2017 6:40 PM Duration: 2 mins 42 secs • ASR AUD 22,911 • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00070727080 Today Tonight's investigation to extremely high levels of lead in the drinking water at Whiteman Park went all the way to State Parliament today. The government is investigating the source of the contamination. Planning Minister Rita Saffioti says they are getting the independent testing done. The results were repeated across Whiteman Park. Health authorities say occasion drinking shouldn't cause adverse effects. The findings come as the Water Corporation rips off and replaces aging water pipes right across Perth. Saffioti confirms Water Corporation is doing regular testing. Audience 168,000 All, 59,000 MALE 16+, 94,000 FEMALE 16+ Interviewees Prof Anas Ghadouani, University of Western Australia|Rita Saffioti, Planning Minister Also broadcast from the following 1 station GWN7 (Perth)
    Producer/AuthorMonica Kos
    PersonsAnas Ghadouani