Australian Press Council articles over last 30 days

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2015/07/03 16:58
2015/07/03 16:58
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FOR powerful figures in our society, politicians can be delicate souls when it comes to what is said about them. They are, as the Australian Press Council noted this week, heavy users of defamation...
2015/07/03 16:58
2015/07/03 16:58
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2015/07/02 00:10
2015/07/02 00:10
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Press Council slams litigious pollies The Australian Press Council has issued a call for “urgent action” on Australia’s defamation laws, after Treasurer Joe Hockey’s success in suing Fairfax over...
2015/07/01 09:56
2015/07/01 09:56
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Treasurer Joe Hockey's defamation win against Fairfax Media over posts on Twitter has highlighted the need for Australian law to evolve to deal with defamation on social media, legal experts...
2015/06/17 03:23
2015/06/17 03:23
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Press watchdog finds Financial Review guilty of inaccuracy in gender gap reporting The Australian Financial Review has been found guilty by the press watchdog of breaching the industry’s standards on...
2015/06/15 04:42
2015/06/15 04:42
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There's loads of local stories here from the weekend plus some of the latest news on the South Coast today. Scroll down and enjoy. TIME TRAVELLERS: Traditional builders Frank Thomas and Chris Nance...
2015/06/15 00:53
2015/06/15 00:53
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Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. Good morning, and welcome to the Southern Inlands Brekkie Blog. Each morning we'll keep you up to date with what's happening...
2015/06/14 22:22
2015/06/14 22:22
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Your morning dose of news from across Western NSW and beyond! 8:20 am | MORE NEWS SOME fantastic steps were taken in Apollo Estate on Friday, as community members and people associated with Gawad...
2015/06/14 21:44
2015/06/14 21:44
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Here's a morning news snapshot from around regional Australia and beyond. TODAY'S photo was taken by Tabby Fuller when bushwalking out at Limekilns. It show the sun setting on the trees. IF you...
2015/06/14 15:18
2015/06/14 15:18
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Australian Press Council chair Julian Disney said public criticism of poor reporting could have a significant impact on journalistic practice. Photo: Andrew Meares An ABC science show that...
2015/06/08 03:26
2015/06/08 03:26
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A single hair kept hidden by hostages provides compelling evidence that an Australian convert to Islam — later killed by a US drone strike — was involved in hostage-taking in Yemen two years...
2015/06/07 21:05
2015/06/07 21:05
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... wish the Andrew Bolt case hadn’t set the parameters for that debate. Because everybody thinks about section 18C now in terms of Andrew Bolt, which ... makes many people uncomfortable,” says David...
2015/07/03 16:58
2015/07/03 16:58
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