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Sky News Australia 1h
Nine’s Hugh Marks at : We shouldn’t fear truth. Sure, sometimes it can be uncomfortable, and some in government would prefer the free media didn’t exist, but journalism exposes wrongs that need to be put right. MORE:
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GetUp! 3h
This is why we need adequate protections for and journalists. Without them, how do we hold our governments to account?
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Amr Alshahri عمرو الشهري 1h
The ideology of Radical Left is so dangerous to the point that their followers could be very violent. In 2017, one of those "Activists" tried to "blow himself" to attack Australian Christian Lobby (ACL) in Canberra.
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MEAA 40m
Journalists’ union joins media organisations to call for better protection of .
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Guardian Australia 18m
Whistleblower hits out at PM's department over 'pervasive and toxic' disregard for law
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Au Purrr , The ResistaCat 1h
s The Raids On Over The Signals The Death Of In Australia. The stories, by ABC investigative journalists Dan Oakes & Sam Clark, revealed allegations
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Sky News Australia 1h
Nine’s Hugh Marks at : It’s more risky and more expensive to do journalism in this country than it ever has been before. MORE:
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Patricia Rutherford 1h
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Guardian Australia 21m
Australian media companies unite to demand government change laws after AFP raids
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Nine Comms 3m
Nine CEO Hugh Marks today joined his counterparts from & at to call for reform on the laws restricting journalism and . Marks speech can be read here:
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Sky News Australia 2h
David Anderson at : Press freedom is a proxy for public freedom. We want to make sure that our grandparents are treated appropriately, banks are not ripping us off and elected officials are acting in our best interest. MORE:
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Sky News Australia 1h
Nine’s Hugh Marks at : We should admire those who speak out over legitimate injustices. The balance is too weighted against whistle blowers. MORE:
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Sky News Australia 1h
Nine’s Hugh Marks at : Our governments and institutions are becoming more secretive. Much too often the words ‘national security’ are invoked as a means of shutting down the flow of information. MORE:
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Sky News Australia 2h
The ABC’s David Anderson at : The confronting raids on the ABC and News Corp have served at least one useful purpose; exposing the extent of deterioration in our public discourse. MORE:
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Jimmy Stevenson 11m
Definitely. We must have .
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TheBlueTile 50m
Replying to @RealMarkLatham
Israel already told Alan Jones & Nick Farr-Jones the truth, No Contract violations. The mental mob blindsided with hate have Israel Folau as latest target, ironically put Madga Szubanski up as their intolerant bigot...& racism spokes person?
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Linda Mottram 2h
Michael Harvey "who has to answer yes" when asked if he has a criminal record, because he refused to reveal a source: NewsCorp's Michael Miller as Australia continues to slide down the rankings of countries with a free press.
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Sky News Australia 2h
David Anderson at Decriminalising journalism is the first step. It is currently an offense for reporters to receive certain types of information. No one deserves to be punished for raising matters in the public interest. MORE
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Linda Mottram 2h
The balance in the national security debate is now too weighted towards secrecy and away from the public's right to know, Hugh Marks Also slams current defamation laws.
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MEAA 7h
Media organisations call for four changes to protect the public’s right to know.
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Allan Green 56m
Catherine Murphy asked them one uncomfortable question (paraphrasing) Where were they as all the laws were changed over the last 7 years to get us to this?? Why did they attack anyone who opposed them?? The answer they didn't give Supporting the as usual
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