January, 2018

John Singleton’s Oz interview is a thing to behold

, Jan 11, 2018

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The national broadsheet took time out on Monday to tell us what John Singleton thinks of the #metoo movement, for some reason.

Rundle: class, gender and the truth about Weinstein’s protection racket

, Oct 25, 2017

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In the Weinstein scandal, the division of power and class is the real one.

News Corp lectures its readers: sexual harassment is appalling

, Oct 12, 2017

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Harvey Weinstein has been derided as a 'dinosaur' in The Australian, but News Corp has had a litany of it's own fossils.

Harassment payouts pile up for Murdoch’s Fox

, Apr 24, 2017

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There are reports that other victims of O’Reilly may emerge in coming weeks.

What the Clements scandal means for NSW Labor’s factional war

, Jan 15, 2016

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The sexual harassment scandal that has embroiled NSW state Labor will shift internal party dynamics. But to whose benefit?
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Rundle: what ‘political correctness’ means in 2015

, Feb 19, 2015

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Why is that most '90s of terms, "political correctness", back in public discourse?
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Ergas in The Oz … journo s-x pests … Sunday Sun rises …

, Feb 27, 2012

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In today's Media Briefs: Egras rushes to wrong judgement in The Oz ... Murdoch's Sun on Sunday: less a paper, more a mag ... LA Times to put up a paywall in March and more ...
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DJs will be keen for a settlement after publicity blitz

, Aug 31, 2010

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The sheer amount of publicity generated by yesterday's Federal Court directions hearing in Sydney means David Jones would still be keen for a settlement.

Why workplace sexual harassment may never be the same again

, Aug 31, 2010

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David Jones aside, the make-up of the new government will determine exactly how sexual harassment is dealt with in our workplaces. Luke Williams reports.

Most women pay dearly for making sexual harassment complaints

, Jun 21, 2010

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A turning organisational wheel always crushes the whistleblower. No wonder so many women just leave instead of complaining about sexual harassment, writes barrister Moira Rayner.