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When We Were Young and Foolish

Whenever I read Greg Sheridan’s columns in The Australian newspaper, I can’t imagine him in short pants, but I’ve read his memoir and discover that he had a life before he came to my attention full blown, wearing his journalist hat. 763 more words

Courage Of His Convictions

Are they actually serious?

I don’t get all burn the bra feminist very often, and particularly not here, but this has me totally riled.

Colleen McCullough died on my birthday. 279 more words


Tuesday September 3 2013

– Victoria Police Fraud Squad detectives have seized former Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s confidential personnel files, travel records and all documents relating to legal advice she gave 20 years ago, reports… 79 more words

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News Corp: Unbending on future of newspapers

In 1910, 10% of the UK workforce was employed in hat manufacturing. What’s this got to do with newspapers? Nothing – except it helps illustrate that times and behaviours change. 398 more words


UK media outlets rapidly build OZ online audience

UK media outlets continue to grow Australian audience share according to latest survey.

Mail Online, the Guardian and the BBC take sixth, nineth and tenth spots respectively in March’s Nielsen Online Ratings survey which ranks top Australian sites by unique audience for news as reported today by… 180 more words


Mark Day speaks out for free speech

Congratulations to Mark Day. He has had the bravery, or foolhardiness, to criticise his employer, The Australian newspaper for not holding the government to account for their media blackout on information concerning asylum seekers. 437 more words


OFFICER ADMITS LEAK - Saturday December 15 2012

– A former Victorian police officer has admitted leaking details about a counter-terrorism operation to the media.

Simon Justin Artz, 42, pleaded guilty to unauthorised disclosure of information under the Police Regulation Act, in the Victorian County Court on Friday. 57 more words

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