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    "At the end of the day it has been stressful for he [sic] and his family. Of course it has. We recognise that. We appreciate a great deal the diligence he has put in under the circumstances and how he has driven the company to where it is at the moment."  

    Kerry Stokes, chairman of Seven West Media, supporting chief executive Tim Worner, at the half-year results where a 91 percent drop in profits was announced. February 15, 2017 ... READ MORE >>


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    Feb102017

    "Every Little Breeze ..."

    Clarrie Briese, former chief magistrate of NSW, granted access to senate documents ... One of Lionel Murphy's main accusers to tell his story ... "And now, what about my little mate?" ... The saga that keeps on giving 

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