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Australia Channel Launches as ABC's Australia Network Replaced By Australia Plus

HONG KONG — The privately-backed Australian News Channel will take to the airwaves in international markets at a moment when the previously government-backed Australia Network closes and is replaced by Australia Plus TV. 250 more words


Scribla reviews bad television; comments on why it's bad for your health.

“Straight, white, middle class, inoffensive, unoriginal, middle of the road crap designed to pacify the McDonalds generation. About as funny as a carrot, and equally original.¬† 779 more words

GOSL Names and Bans LTTE Fronts: Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO)

Posted by Shenali D Waduge On October 08, 2014 0 Comment

What emerges from correlating and connecting the various fronts of the LTTE, how they have formed and who controls and runs them it is clear and shocking to acknowledge how Tamils would set up a cozy network for themselves and their families overseas and brainwash innocent Tamil youth to take up arms while ordinary Tamils end up providing the funding for a make-believe Eelam that they had been sold. 2,542 more words

ABC - Australian for Bullshit?

NEWSFLASH – ABC trumpets un-provable claim made by representative of a government proven to (repeatedly) lie over matters of national interest – fails to put forward alternative viewpoint as professional standards require.
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Twenty Five Years

The official employment offer letter states it was twenty five years today that I was offered a job at the ABC.

I’d previously been employed at the community radio station at Bourke in Western NSW. 223 more words


Save the Australian 'Bulldust' Company

Extract from a plea by Jonathan Holmes. (The campaign has over 65,000 signatures so far)

To the ABC Board and Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, 760 more words


Margaret Evans: Brief Bio

My view of the world is shaped by my life and work on both sides of the globe — in Australia and the United States, and by my experiences as a journalist and media relations specialist. 180 more words

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