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Issue 541

2021-05-14T15:29:57+10:0014 May 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 541 14 May 2021 * * * * Stop Press: Last night’s Q+A – a pile-on against Morrison government Minister Jane Hume; 7:30’s Leigh Sales interrupts the PM much more than she does Anthony Albanese Editorial: ABC chair Ita Buttrose’s flawed political vision for the public broadcaster [...]

Morrison has never breached division of church and state

2021-05-10T09:21:44+10:008 May 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|

Opposition leader Anthony Albanese was interviewed by ABC Radio National presenter Fran Kelly on April 27 in the wake of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s address to the Australian Christian Churches national conference on the Gold Coast a week earlier. The speech was not released by the Prime Minister’s ­office but a video of the event [...]

Issue 540

2021-05-07T15:51:42+10:007 May 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 540 7 May 2021 * * * * Stop Press – Q&A ends with Hamish Macdonald interrupting a Liberal MP Can You Bear It? – Geoffrey Robertson QC compares his time in hotel quarantine with the plight of political prisoners; Niki Savva asks whether Josh Frydenberg would [...]

Labor has a problem with men

2021-05-03T09:30:01+10:001 May 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|

The word around sections of the political commentariat is that the Coalition government in general and Scott Morrison in particular have a women problem. Meaning that the Morrison government is losing support among female voters to such an extent that, if continued, could lead to defeat in the next election, which is due by May [...]

Issue 539

2021-04-30T15:27:02+10:0030 April 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 539 30 April 2021 * * * * Stop Press – Hamish Macdonald lacks courtesy when interrupting Senator Bridget McKenzie on Q+A Can You Bear It? – Dr Peter Collignon struggles to get a word in with Fran Kelly; Dr Norman Swan has a whine about his [...]

PLANNING, PROGRESS, AND PRODUCTIVITY POST-PANDEMIC

2021-05-05T13:45:32+10:0029 April 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

The Hon Rob Stokes MP is NSW Minister for Planning and Public Spaces. Addressing The Sydney Institute on Thursday 29 April 2021 – in the Institute’s first face-to-face meeting following COVID-19 social distancing regulations were relaxed – the minister gave a wide-ranging speech on the transformation of global urban development up to 2020, alongside the [...]

Five Eyes allies pick up the tab for NZ’s shortsighted policy

2021-04-26T09:11:33+10:0024 April 2021|Categories: Gerard Henderson's Weekly Column|

Foreign Minister Marise Payne’s visit to New Zealand this week came at a time of increasing disagreement between the two nations on a range of issues. But a viewer who watched the soft interview of New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern by ABC TV News Breakfast presenters Lisa Millar and Michael Rowland on Tuesday would [...]

Issue 538

2021-04-23T15:58:55+10:0023 April 2021|Categories: Latest Media Watch Dog, Media Watch Dog|Tags: , |

GERARD HENDERSON’S MEDIA WATCH DOG ISSUE – NO. 538 23 April 2021 * * * * Stop Press – A Turnbull-led tag team on Q+A Editorial – It took the ABC three months to issue an obvious correction re the JobKeeper scheme Can You Bear It? – Fitz flubs a John Howard quote and comes out [...]

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