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Dec 22, 2017

Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

The story yesterday of the car attack in Melbourne's city, apart from some ill-placed advertising and some bad takes online, was as good as can be expected.

Emily Watkins — Media reporter

Emily Watkins

Media reporter

Covering Melbourne. The breaking story yesterday afternoon of the car attack in Melbourne's city centre, apart from some ill-placed advertising and some bad takes from columnists, was, for the most part, as good as can be expected. As soon as police confirmed it was not terror- or extremist- related, that's what the major outlets were reporting. The attack has dominated most of today's front pages.

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2 thoughts on “Covering Melbourne … the most-read newspaper … Telcos pulled into line …

  1. Richard

    “..Sadler said on her website ” (Do all airheads have websites..?)
    ” How can I not .. no matter what the cost? How can I remain silent .. been violated?”
    In other words, this champion of social justice has a definite price..

  2. [email protected]

    Of course E! is such an integrity filled program too. Gossip, innuendo and Hollywood intrigue make it represent the pinnacle of all things integrity related.

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