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We think perhaps The Daily Tele has been a bit overzealous with rhetoric and under-attentive to the facts in reporting the UK hacking murder.
Antony Catalano's Melbourne publishing empire will take a real estate agent to court over deals with the News Limited-owned Geelong Advertiser. It's an old-fashioned newspaper war in Victoria.
Even Radio National fill-in breakfast presenter John Doyle would admit his interview with the Prime Minister this morning was soft. Plus other media news of the day.
The ructions inside News Limited have continued with the resignations of two senior executives in Diana Eilert and Tim Sligo.
The latest legal precinct rumour from Melbourne is that a prominent human rights lawyer is shortly to be appointed by the Brumby government to Victoria’s Supreme Court. So Rudd thinks the Corio candidate, Richard Marles is a first rate representative. Funny then that a few weeks before the election was announced that Rudd and Gillard […]
Possibly because it appeared in the Sunday Geelong Advertiser, most AFL fans would probably not have noticed the opinion piece written by Seven sports reporter, Dylan Howard, in which he launched an incredible attack on the AFL and its CEO, Andrew Demetriou.