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Jonathan Holmes 1 Oct 18
PM ScoMo shd read the ABC Act. Under par 24X1 he is obliged to consult Leader of Oppn over appointment of ABC chair (tho bizarrely not if he ignores Nomination Panel - see 24X2 ) (final par)
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ABC Melbourne 25 Sep 18
"It has come at an appalling time," former ABC journalist Kerry O'Brien tells "if this email of Justin Milne's exists... then to me there is absolutely no doubt he shouldn't remain in the job."
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Kate McClymont 26 Sep 18
When the chairman axes the managing director and then three days later, following damaging headlines, the chairman falls on his sword, I think bloodbath is an apt metaphor.
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Paul Barry 3 Oct 18
says it appointed an (un-named) independent investigator into Guthrie's claims about Milne before sacking her. Oddly, gives no details.
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The Australian 28 Sep 18
The worst consequence of the ABC's turmoil is that remedies for its political bias and ideological monoculture will be only harder to find, writes
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PatriciaKarvelas 27 Sep 18
Kirsten FERGUSON new acting abc chair tells me “Massive responsibility but I just love the ABC so much, I am just honoured to take it on.”
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The Australian 26 Sep 18
In the wake of Michelle Guthrie’s axing, has come up with four potential candidates who might fit the role
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PatriciaKarvelas 27 Sep 18
Who should be the next chair?
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The Australian 28 Sep 18
Censoring my views about certain employees demonstrates what’s truly rotten at our public broadcaster’s core, writes
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Marina Freri 27 Sep 18
Former ACCC boss and former member of the ABC Nominations Panel Allan Fels tells there should be a probe into what the knew "and if they were involved in this mess, they'd probably have to go"
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Sophie McNeill 27 Sep 18
I want to hear from Jane Connors - our staff elected representative on the ABC board. What did she know and when? And why haven’t we heard from her?
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The Australian 1 Oct 18
In 2015 played a part in recommending Kirstin Ferguson for the ABC board, a decision she came to regret very quickly
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david rowe 28 Sep 18
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Paul Barry 1 Oct 18
Now ex-panel member Neil Brown QC slams Fifield, ABC directors and board appointment process. Wow.
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Stephen Hutcheon 25 Sep 18
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Peter Broelman 26 Sep 18
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Mr Denmore 26 Sep 18
If Australians trust the ABC more than just about any institution, who is undermining it and why? See The Failed Estate.
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Paul Barry 30 Sep 18
Another excellent piece on the by . It reallly is time for transparency in the appointment process.
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Antoinette Lattouf 26 Sep 18
⁦”How extraordinary would it be to see the worm turn and ABC staff strike in support of ridding the corporation of the man who sacked Guthrie, Chairman Justin Milne” writes ⁩ with clarity and fairness.
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Cheryl Kernot 3 Oct 18
But sacked the MD before the investigation was completed & also voted to support the Chair at the same time & before the claims became public. Hardly professional board behaviour despite your belated assertions.
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