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We’re ill-served when only the rich can take on Aunty

2021-09-20T10:02:59+10:0018 September 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|Tags: |

If Industry Minister Christian Porter is forced to quit the ministry on account of accepting anonymous donations to cover personal legal costs, then only super-rich politicians will be able to defend their reputations by means of defamation actions. The likes of Clive Palmer, who held the Queensland seat of Fairfax for the Palmer United Party [...]

Issue 559

2021-09-17T15:48:07+10:0017 September 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 559 17 September 2021 * * * * Stop Press – Laura Tingle on Scott Morrison’s plan for a “khaki election”; Bonge & Fitz on Australia as North Korea Can You Bear It? – Niki Savva offers up some unsolicited and unhelpful advice for the PM on Insiders; Mike [...]

Christianity and Australian Jurists – Chris Merritt, Justice Geoff Lindsay, Professor Wayne Hudson & Anne Henderson

2021-09-15T14:47:42+10:0015 September 2021|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , |

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Sorry seems to be the hardest word for the ABC

2021-09-13T09:21:34+10:0011 September 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|Tags: |

Just when you thought no further apologies or settlements would be required by the ABC for some time at least, the ABC communications department was busy again this week. On Tuesday, ABC communications released a document by Peter Munro titled “ABC Statement on Ms Represented”. The documentary, which aired for a total of two hours [...]

Issue 558

2021-09-14T10:37:14+10:0010 September 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 558 10 September 2021 * * * * Stop Press – The BBC’s Nick Bryant lets out a vaccine howler on News Breakfast; What Laura Tingle neglected to say about Norman Swan on last night’s 7:30; Another stack as Q+A channels The Melbourne Writers Festival Can You Bear It? – Karen Middleton on [...]

Leaders must be open to a vaccine-led recovery

2021-09-06T08:49:56+10:004 September 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|Tags: |

Queensland – beautiful one year, closed for business the next. This could be the new slogan that defines what some call the Sunshine State if Queensland’s Labor Party Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk stands by her statements of last Wednesday. Addressing the Queensland parliament on Wednesday, Palaszczuk said: “You open this state and you let the virus [...]

Issue 557

2021-09-03T16:16:01+10:003 September 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 557 3 September 2021 * * * * Stop Press – The miraculous conversion of Dr Swan; Kate Roffey passes along the political fudge on News Breakfast Editorial – ABC denial and the late Neville Wran Can You Bear It? – Michael Rowland gives Lisa Millar a rave [...]

TWENTY YEARS AFTER 9/11

2021-09-10T09:31:41+10:0031 August 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

After 20 years fighting in Afghanistan, the pull out of US troops from Afghanistan in August 2021 – as in South Vietnam decades earlier – became overwhelmed with ordinary citizens seeking to abandon the they feared, reprisals under the incoming Taliban government, because of their engagement with the occupying forces over two decades. Former Prime [...]

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