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James Hird's appearance at the Ethics Centre last night raised more questions than it answered.
James Hird schedules a tell-all interview that is already arousing controversy.
James Hird to give his first post-decision interview to a sympathetic ABC journo. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Another week of media outrage directed at the government kept Coalition ministers at the forefront of the conversation.
James Hird's attempt to expedite his appeal to the Federal Court on the grounds that "illegal" evidence could further damage his reputation has achieved limited success, as freelance writer David Ward explains.
James Hird must resign, but his departure will be cold comfort for a club (and its fans) already torn apart by scandal.
A judge has found that ASADA's investigation into Essendon Football Club was perfectly legal. The question is, why did Essendon's high-powered legal team not consider this possibility? Melbourne-based writer David Ward reports.