Monthly Archives: November 2009

A perfect political storm, The Age

The past 48 hours have been probably the most divisive in the history of the modern Liberal Party. But there needn’t be lasting damage. Malcolm Turnbull has to reunify his team by finding common ground among Liberal and National parliamentarians. … Continue reading

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Not the voice to sell our values, The Australian

In last Thursday’s Bruce Allen Memorial Lecture, ABC managing director Mark Scott called for a significant expansion of the ABC as a global media provider, including a phased roll-out of international television, radio and online content, first to the Asia-Pacific … Continue reading

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Poor palmed off by a load of old monkeys, The Punch

In a choice between the life of a cute, fuzzy orang-utan and tighter food labelling regulations, who’d be surprised if the orang-utan won? It’s what Melbourne Zoo is betting on in their campaign to have Food Standards Australia New Zealand … Continue reading

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