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    "I've never known an editor in this country that has ever suggested Rupert Murdoch or any family member has intructed them to do anything ..." 

    John Hartigan, long-serving Murdoch retainer, responding to Kevin Rudd's description of News Corp as a "cancer" on democracy. The Sydney Morning Herald, August 28, 2018 ... Read more flatulence ... 


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    Saving newsprint by omitting drivel ... Election advice – ignore the War Party ... Abe Saffron – libel terrorist ... Rugby notes ... Conniptions at Uni of Syd over Challis chair and law school merger ... Evan Whitton at large ... From Justinian's archive, July 16, 2010 ... Read more ... 


     

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    Friday
    Apr132018

    Queensland's all-too-slow human rights movement

    Nick Bonyhady reports on what has happened to the proposed charter of human rights for banana-benders ... A Labor government promise that is slow to materialise ... Contention around what model to adopt ... The next election will have arrived before the new law has properly taken effect 

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