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Ruling on "rational suicide" articles
The Press Council has ruled on a complaint about articles in The Age on ?rational suicide?.
The Age 20/11/2013     no charge     1016 words

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Media skews news on climate: report
A NEW report from the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism shows how much of the Australian media is failing to report the truth on climate change.
Newcastle Herald 18/11/2013     no charge     600 words

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Free speech or hate speech? The issue dividing Australia
Fredrick Toben always insisted he wasn't a Holocaust denier because you couldn't deny something that never happened. The German-born Australian says there was never any systematic German program to kill Jewish people, denies the existence of gas chambers at Auschwitz and claims that Jews exaggerated the numbers murdered during World War II, sometimes for financial gain.
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     1759 words

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Digital subscriptions 'important step into future'
A new era in Australian publishing has begun with Fairfax Media launching digital subscriptions for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald websites and m-sites, and for its Age and SMH tablet apps.
The Age 02/07/2013     no charge     531 words

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Human factors
The trouble with academic history is that it tends to ignore what really drives world affairs. BY PAUL HAM
Sydney Morning Herald 22/03/2014     no charge     1369 words

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Human factors
The trouble with academic history is that it tends to ignore what really drives human affairs. BY PAUL HAM
The Age 22/03/2014     no charge     1369 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has upheld two complaints from Dr Timothy Hawkes about articles in The Sun-Herald and The Sydney Morning Herald in December 2012 concerning a student from The Kings School in Sydney who was charged with a serious criminal offence while on an overseas exchange program. The articles described the response by the school and by Dr Hawkes, its Headmaster. Police later dropped the charges. The Council decided that the articles breached the students privacy, without there being ...
Sun Herald 09/03/2014     no charge     194 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Press Council has upheld two complaints from Dr Timothy Hawkes about articles in The Sun-Herald and The Sydney Morning Herald in December 2012 concerning a student from The King's School in Sydney who was charged with a serious criminal offence while on an overseas exchange program. The articles described the response by the school and by Dr Hawkes, its Headmaster. Police later dropped the charges. The Council decided that the articles breached the student's privacy, without there being ...
Sydney Morning Herald 07/03/2014     no charge     195 words

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Rich history frames artwork
JOHN Vander, recognised among Australia's top artists, is about to celebrate 34 years at Articles Fine Art Gallery at Stanwell Park.
Illawarra Mercury 22/02/2014     no charge     436 words

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Pyongyang erases official history after regime's brutal purge
North Korea has deleted most of the state news archive contained on the Korea Central News Agency website, days after a brutal purge, according to a North Korea-observation website.
The Age 18/12/2013     no charge     287 words

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Pyongyang erases official history after regime's brutal purge
North Korea has deleted most of the state news archive contained on the Korea Central News Agency website, days after a brutal purge, according to a North Korea-observation website.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2013     no charge     285 words

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The best young Australian novelists
In a strong year for emerging writers, The Sydney Morning Herald shines a spotlight on six winners with extraordinary stories, writes MARC McEVOY.
Sydney Morning Herald 25/05/2013     no charge     2184 words

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Job creation a poor second to true beauty
The Drip is but one natural wonder at risk from mining, writes John Ure. THERE is a cancerous discord between those who support mining on the basis of its job-creation opportunities, and those who oppose it on environmental grounds, especially the impacts on people who live in the shadow of coalmines, aswell as the wider environmental impact of coalmining on climate change.
Newcastle Herald 22/04/2014     no charge     567 words

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LETTERS
Class warfare over public housing shows need for ethical political party
Sydney Morning Herald 22/03/2014     no charge     1582 words

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Refugee rage leaves us fenced in by fear
Say there was civil war here.
Sydney Morning Herald 27/02/2014     no charge     1000 words

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Pass the super - it will help the country
As of next month, I will have worked at Fairfax Media for almost seven years, with a fair chunk of those in the business pages or writing on national economics. A search of our online company archive system shows that, in that time, I've written 115 articles that include the word 'superannuation'.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/01/2014     no charge     1044 words

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Vilification law changes not about freedom but how we think about race
In the coming months, Australia will have a polarising debate on the federal government's decision to amend section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act, one that will test the government's working relationship with indigenous people and other minority groups.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/12/2013     no charge     980 words

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Former Sutherland mayor says ICAC will not investigate zoning
A former Sydney mayor says public faith in his council will be restored, after the Independent Commission Against Corruption declined to investigate reports of shady dealings from his time at the helm, first published by Fairfax Media.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/12/2013     no charge     360 words

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Press Council adjudication
The Australian Press Council has considered a complaint about a series of three articles on suicide published in The Age in April 2013. Two of the articles presented the story of a woman who had recently taken her life, and one was headed, "Rational Suicide: Why Beverley Broadbent chose to die". The council decided the articles handled the issues in a serious and restrained manner rather than sensationalising or trivialising the issue and included prominent publication of other views. On an issue ...
The Age 20/11/2013     no charge     141 words

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Malone's missive got it all wrong
BISHOP Michael Malone was right in 2007 when he wrote that the Newcastle Herald exposed Church knowledge of notorious Hunter paedophile priests only after some key players were dead.
Newcastle Herald 28/09/2013     no charge     305 words

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top apps for offline reading
Instapaper
Sun Herald 08/09/2013     no charge     252 words

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Traveller letters: The real way to get an airline upgrade
I have read Traveller's plethora of articles about how to experience the elusive upgrade while flying.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/08/2013     no charge     573 words

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CBD
A hard way to make two bucks
Sydney Morning Herald 31/07/2013     no charge     924 words

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CBD
Could it be that the kind souls behind Freelancer.com have a solution to the rampaging unemployment currently ravaging Tasmania's youth? Namely, writing 300-word articles for $2. Not $2 each, $2 for five. Or 0.133? a word.
The Age 31/07/2013     no charge     924 words

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As a corporate top dog I'm a failure, and my employees act like animals
Inspired by career advice for Wall Street hot shots, I call a meeting, but even that's a ham-fisted affair.
The Sunday Age 14/07/2013     no charge     930 words

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Journalists charged over prison leaks
Charges over alleged corrupt payments to British officials are being brought against a non-News UK (formerly News International) journalist for the first time.
Sydney Morning Herald 10/07/2013     no charge     214 words

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Journalists charged over prison leaks
Charges over alleged corrupt payments to British officials are being brought against a non-News UK (formerly News International) journalist for the first time.
The Age 10/07/2013     no charge     214 words

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IT WAS FOR THE VICTIMS
A NEWCASTLE Herald journalist told an inquiry yesterday she had written a series of newspaper articles about child sexual abuse by priests because she wanted to help the victims.
Newcastle Herald 25/06/2013     no charge     324 words

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Journalist wanted to help sex victims
A JOURNALIST has told an inquiry that she wrote a series of newspaper articles about child sexual abuse by priests because she wanted to help the victims.
Illawarra Mercury 25/06/2013     no charge     315 words

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Syringe maker stung by blogs
The Age 24/04/2014     no charge     644 words

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CBD
Syringe maker stung by blogs
Sydney Morning Herald 24/04/2014     no charge     639 words

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The fight he couldn't win
Boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter became a cause celebre after he was wrongfully convicted of murder. Geoffrey Robertson recalls a case that didn't stand a chance.
The Age 22/04/2014     no charge     1343 words

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Wikipedia hits help track flu spread in close to real time, research finds
The number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
The Age 19/04/2014     no charge     187 words

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Wikipedia hits help to track flu spread
The number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     205 words

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Wiki tracks flu spread
THE number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems.
Newcastle Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     103 words

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Wiki tracks flu better
THE number of hits recorded on Wikipedia articles could track the spread of flu and other illnesses faster than existing systems, research says.
Newcastle Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     129 words

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Puig stays silent on death threats
LOS ANGELES: Los Angeles Dodgers star outfielder Yasiel Puig says he won't be drawn into discussing his flight from Cuba despite magazine articles describing human trafficking, a drug cartel and death threats.
Newcastle Herald 18/04/2014     no charge     262 words

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Rogue planner a symptom of ill system
A Commonwealth Bank whistleblower has put the spotlight on the "ludicrous" compensation model the bank used to pay out victims of rogue planners and warned of the perils of vertical integration.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/04/2014     no charge     783 words

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ASIC admits lack of action in CBA probe
The corporate regulator has conceded it knew the Commonwealth Bank had "sanitised" its client files during an investigation but failed to take any action.
The Age 11/04/2014     no charge     499 words

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Potshots at the vertically integrated
A Commonwealth Bank whistleblower has put the spotlight on the "ludicrous" compensation model the bank used to pay out victims of rogue planners and warned of the perils of vertical integration.
The Age 11/04/2014     no charge     783 words

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ASIC admits lack of action in CBA probe
The corporate regulator has conceded it knew the Commonwealth Bank had "sanitised" its client files during an investigation but failed to take any action.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/04/2014     no charge     499 words

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Fighting for their land
WYONG Golf Club, Wednesday morning, 9am. A big crowd.
Newcastle Herald 05/04/2014     no charge     766 words

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Social tools or trivial pursuits?
The cherished idea of the Twitter universe as a gloriously turbulent and fluid place for debate has taken a major hit, thanks to new research from China.
The Age 03/04/2014     no charge     955 words

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WRITING ON THE WALL
It now owns Woman's Day, the Women's Weekly and TV Week, yet German group Bauer is struggling to make money out of its iconic Australian magazines.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/03/2014     no charge     3420 words

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LETTERS
Best form of defence?
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     1302 words

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LETTERS
Brighter future in offing
The Sunday Age 02/03/2014     no charge     1194 words

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your say
MOTHERHOOD MATTERS ...
Sun Herald 23/02/2014     no charge     306 words

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Livewire keen to humanise city habitats
Elias Duek-Cohen 1926-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 20/02/2014     no charge     659 words

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LETTERS
Shining a light into an ugly mire . . .
The Age 08/02/2014     no charge     1975 words

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Mother goes in to bat for Roebuck
Elizabeth Roebuck holds her dead son Peter's battered straw hat and looks out the window.
The Age 25/01/2014     no charge     1139 words

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she wolf
Australian actor Margot Robbie is little known in her home country apart from a stint on Neighbours, but she is enjoying a meteoric rise on the international scene. By Brigid Delaney.
Sun Herald 19/01/2014     no charge     1605 words

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health & fitness
Beat the post-holiday blues
Newcastle Herald 13/01/2014     no charge     382 words

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Pass the super - it will help the country
As of next month, I will have worked at Fairfax Media for almost seven years, with a fair chunk of those in the business pages or writing on national economics. A search of our online company archive system shows that, in that time, I've written 115 articles that include the word "superannuation".
The Age 11/01/2014     no charge     993 words

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Beijing relents on most Western journalists' visas
Beijing: Several Western journalists who faced expulsion from China were issued renewed visas by the Chinese government on Thursday, ending a months-long standoff.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/01/2014     no charge     451 words

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Put the nation's super to better use
As of next month, I will have worked at Fairfax Media for almost seven years, with a fair chunk of those in the business pages or writing on national economics.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/01/2014     no charge     993 words

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Flag products insult tradition
As a proud ex-serviceman, I was devastated to see the catalogue contents of one of our major food and grocery suppliers. There are Aussie flags - great. Hats and shorts - all good. Turn the page and what we see are beach towels. But worst of all is a picnic rug made from the Australian flag.
Illawarra Mercury 09/01/2014     no charge     535 words

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Let anger speed your pen
MANY years ago, as a cadet reporter, I was given a valuable piece of information by my editor at the time, John Lewis.
Newcastle Herald 04/01/2014     no charge     885 words

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Apps of the day Gossip
Celebrity Gossip - Riversip
Sydney Morning Herald 30/12/2013     no charge     132 words

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'Crouching Tiger' libel case settled
Zhang Ziyi, the star of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, has settled a lawsuit for libel against a US-based Chinese news website, which apologised for false reports that she had sex with Chinese officials including ousted Politburo member Bo Xilai.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/12/2013     no charge     218 words

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'Crouching Tiger' libel case settled
Zhang Ziyi, the star of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, has settled a lawsuit for libel against a US-based Chinese news website, which apologised for false reports that she had sex with Chinese officials including ousted Politburo member Bo Xilai.
The Age 20/12/2013     no charge     219 words

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UFO intrigue flies high
LAST week was UFO week in the Newcastle Herald: three articles prompted by photos and videos sent in by readers, then my colleague Joanne McCarthy rounded out the week with a lighter look at an issue that absorbed some but others dismissed as un-newsworthy.
Newcastle Herald 18/11/2013     no charge     677 words

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Spy claim prompts questions
JAKARTA: Australian Defence Minister David Johnston is set to be quizzed by officials in Jakarta amid ongoing fallout in Indonesia over claims the Australian embassy has been part of a US-led spy network.
Newcastle Herald 08/11/2013     no charge     362 words

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Even Rupert's finest can't craft a love letter to withstand our cynical gaze
Rebekah Brooks' missive has done a cracking trade, just like the articles that began the hacking scandal.
The Sunday Age 03/11/2013     no charge     840 words

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ANOTHER WAY TO READ YOUR PAPER
ANOTHER WAY TO READ YOUR PAPER
Newcastle Herald 02/11/2013     no charge     130 words

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Gorgeous George
Sydney's CBD heart now pulses with dining options, writes Callan Boys.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/10/2013     no charge     1668 words

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No state for disabled
PREMIER Barry O'Farrell signed two major reforms with the former federal Labor government in the past year - the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Gonski education reforms.
Newcastle Herald 21/10/2013     no charge     587 words

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READ MY LIPS
KNIGHTS coach Wayne Bennett is getting on with plans for next season after confirming he will remain in charge of Newcastle's NRL club for the last two years of his four-year contract.
Newcastle Herald 01/10/2013     no charge     782 words

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Journalists lose battle to shield their sources
The Age and three of its journalists have failed in a final bid to keep confidential their sources in a series of stories about Chinese-Australian businesswoman Helen Liu (pictured) and a Labor MP.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/09/2013     no charge     331 words

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Journalists fail in bid to keep sources secret
The Age and three of its journalists have failed in a final bid to keep confidential their sources in a series of stories about Chinese-Australian businesswoman Helen Liu and a Labor MP.
The Age 07/09/2013     no charge     360 words

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No conclusions reached once lured online
I left Nelson Mandela in a lime quarry on Robben Island, the same way I abandoned Clarissa Dalloway on her way to the florist, and Ishmael, only shortly after he set sail. That was how far I managed to get into Mandela's Long Walk to Freedom, Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway and Herman Melville's Moby-Dick, before the books joined the mushrooming pile by my bedside, or the increasingly fraudulent display that is my bookshelf.
Sydney Morning Herald 06/09/2013     no charge     795 words

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BOOKS THAT CHANGED ME - Lois Banner
Lois Banner is a founder of the field of women's history and a professor at the University of Southern California. She is the author of 10 books and collects Marilyn Monroe artefacts. Her new biography, Marilyn: The Passion and the Paradox, is published by Bloomsbury.
Sun Herald 01/09/2013     no charge     357 words

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Sad, beautiful, uplifting: words of thanks from friends and family
Letting Go began in March after former Age news director Steve Foley asked me to write about a hospital in Caulfield, the same one in which his mother had died. What lay behind the blond brick walls of Bethlehem seemed frightening; having experienced the loss of both my parents, I wondered about the grief of the families whose loved ones were there. The stories I listened to were sad, but often beautiful and unexpectedly uplifting. The feedback for the five-part series, which ends today, has been ...
The Sunday Age 18/08/2013     no charge     1041 words

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Rants & raves
LETTER OF THE WEEK
Sydney Morning Herald 17/08/2013     no charge     676 words

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Assad backers hack US websites
Washington: A hacker group sympathetic to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has launched a co-ordinated wave of attacks on American news outlets, with The Washington Post, Time magazine and CNN all affected.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/08/2013     no charge     413 words

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Dank warned of legal juggernaut
A New South Wales Supreme Court judge has warned the man at the centre of the Essendon drugs-in-sport controversy to carefully consider his numerous defamation claims, saying he has launched something of a juggernaut.
The Age 08/08/2013     no charge     222 words

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Writer and educator saw law as a means to better the world
Deborah Cass 1960 - 2013
Sydney Morning Herald 02/08/2013     no charge     483 words

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Academic, author who saw law as a means to change the world
Deborah Cass, who has died aged 53, was an academic lawyer whose writing and teaching were widely admired in Australia and overseas.
The Age 22/07/2013     no charge     927 words

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The case against Twitter: it exposes you to the worst in people
New York columnist Joe Nocera is happy to be out of the social media loop.
The Sunday Age 21/07/2013     no charge     815 words

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YOUR LETTERS
Safe seat needs change WHILE Greg Combet may be a loss for Labor, he definitely wasn't the best for our seat of Charlton.
Newcastle Herald 08/07/2013     no charge     1230 words

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HUMP DAY
Hex gets Wiki guernsey
The Age 03/07/2013     no charge     1107 words

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YOUR SAY ... Our streets need breathing space
While we, as a city, may have only one chance to get the "Quattro" site right we have many many other chances to get smaller developments right and are stumbling each and every time.
Illawarra Mercury 03/07/2013     no charge     459 words

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How to put the practice into theory
The knowledge students gain during their VET placement will be invaluable in their written exam, writes Keeli Cambourne.
Newcastle Herald 25/06/2013     no charge     1327 words

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LETTERS
System fails family of king-hit victim
Sydney Morning Herald 20/06/2013     no charge     1239 words

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WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT
Break shameful silence
The Age 20/06/2013     no charge     1297 words

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YOUR SAY ... Knock-down plan mocks register
The current proposal by RailCorp to demolish a historic 1887 building at Thirroul railway station brings the entire system of protecting heritage buildings into question.
Illawarra Mercury 18/06/2013     no charge     906 words

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Herald brings in metered payment for digital content
Fairfax Media is to introduce subscriptions for the digital versions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age next month, 18 years after the launch of the newspapers' websites.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/06/2013     no charge     417 words

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Fairfax to launch digital subscriptions
Fairfax Media is to introduce subscriptions for the digital versions of The Age from next month, 18 years after the launch of the newspapers websites.
The Age 07/06/2013     no charge     285 words

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Death prompts VW owners to speak out
At least 15 Volkswagen owners have revealed they experienced the same terrifying loss of acceleration that appears to have led to the 2011 death of 32-year-old Melissa Ryan on the Monash Freeway.
The Age 31/05/2013     no charge     1101 words

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Calm killer caught taxi with her body in suitcase
The teenager casually wheels a large black suitcase out to a waiting taxi.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/05/2013     no charge     633 words

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Calm killer caught taxi with her body in suitcase
The teenager casually wheels a large black suitcase out to a waiting taxi.
Sydney Morning Herald 18/05/2013     no charge     654 words

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A tale of two footies
Game's finest strut their stuff in an era in which football is undergoing rapid change.
The Age 18/05/2013     no charge     898 words

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NRL winning battle with the booze, says drug group
As the NRL lurched from one alcohol-fuelled incident to another in 2009, the administration drafted in the Australian Drug Foundation for much-needed assistance. Now, nearing the end of a four-year program, the foundation has described the NRL as a success story, with figures to back the claim.
Sydney Morning Herald 04/05/2013     no charge     465 words

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Hate speech bill protects the right to intimidate and vilify
George Brandis' plan to amend race hate laws is a huge step backwards.
The Age 23/04/2014     no charge     857 words

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Chasing dividends
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in The Age for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 23/04/2014     no charge     18 words

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SHORTTAKES
SHORTTAKES Joe Hockey has been trumpeting on that all Australians have to help shoulder the burden of getting the budget back on track. Well Joe, I have a suggestion that will bring in millions of dollars each year and help take the pressure off pensioners. It is a simple act Joe, abolish negative gearing. Let the wealthy property owners bite the bullet for a change. Alan Kendall, Neath
Newcastle Herald 21/04/2014     no charge     531 words

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SUNDAY LIFE
The full text version of the articles for this section is available in the Sun Herald for this date.
The Sunday Age 20/04/2014     no charge     19 words

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Nobel-winning writer's 'magical realism' gave Latin America its own voice
GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ Writer 6-3-1927 - 17-4-2014
The Age 19/04/2014     no charge     1099 words

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Temporary blitz won't work
With reference to the article on the Easter police blitz (Mercury, April 14), this temporary increase in demerit points and penalties won't work. We have already seen 11 deaths on NSW roads so far this month.
Illawarra Mercury 19/04/2014     no charge     497 words

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DRIVE
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 19/04/2014     no charge     20 words

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Plan for sweeping anti-terrorism laws
Even as hundreds await news of death sentences, the net is cast wider, writes Ruth Pollard in Cairo.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     1005 words

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The declutter BUG
Books, papers, clothes, things - when the "stuff" of ordinary life gets in the way of orderly living, it's time to call in the experts.once knew a young woman who kept every scrap of paper she wrote on so that when she became famous nothing would be forgotten. Twenty years later, I don't know what happened to her, but I wonder what her house looks like. Possibly something like mine. Although I did not share her obsessive mission, I realised recently that my house and my life had been taken over ...
Sydney Morning Herald 19/04/2014     no charge     1638 words

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Plan for sweeping anti-terrorism laws
Even as hundreds await news of death sentences, the net is cast wider, writes Ruth Pollard in Cairo.
The Age 19/04/2014     no charge     1005 words

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Column 8
"Far be it from me to lower the tone of Column 8," writes C. S. Boag, of Wattle Flat, "but are hooks being removed from the doors of public conveniences for a reason? At Central Station Men's, signs in cubicles advise using the hooks provided, to avoid the risk of theft by low individuals reaching under the walls. This would be excellent advice if there were hooks, but there aren't. And Central isn't alone in this."
Sydney Morning Herald 17/04/2014     no charge     389 words

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Healthy choice
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the The Age for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/04/2014     no charge     19 words

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Publicity hungry Carr blasts media
Bob Carr has struck out at the media, and especially the The Sydney Morning Herald, for its focus on the "self-mocking" aspects of his new diary, such as his preference for steel-cut oats.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/04/2014     no charge     426 words

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ANZ to break the news to its customers
ANZ has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in a news and opinion website that it hopes will be read by thought leaders.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/04/2014     no charge     452 words

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ANZ to break the news to its customers
ANZ has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in a news and opinion website that it hopes will be read by thought leaders.
The Age 15/04/2014     no charge     452 words

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ANZ launches news and opinion website
ANZ has invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in a news and opinion website that it hopes will be read by thought leaders.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/04/2014     no charge     479 words

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Tough act for celebrity girl
PEACHES GELDOF 1989 - 2014 PEACHES Geldof was a journalist, model and television presenter but her chief occupation was being Peaches Geldof, the daughter of celebrities Bob Geldof and Paula Yates.
Newcastle Herald 14/04/2014     no charge     318 words

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Fiction was the first love of a champion of wild places
Peter Matthiessen 1927-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 14/04/2014     no charge     531 words

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Club recounts century of lifesaving service
ONE hundred years of strength, courage and community spirit has been celebrated by Helensburgh-Stanwell Park Surf Life Saving Club members at the launch of a book documenting the club's rich history.
Illawarra Mercury 14/04/2014     no charge     230 words

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'Conscious uncoupling' beats the old chains
Many people in my generation were conceived by unconscious coupling. Our parents failed to pull out at Redfern, or were drunk, and condoms were only available in chemists and tobacco shops.
Sun Herald 13/04/2014     no charge     610 words

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letters
SHELL SHOCK
Sydney Morning Herald 12/04/2014     no charge     426 words

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Drive
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 12/04/2014     no charge     20 words

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MOVIES
FRIDAY MOVIES We 3 (2011)
Newcastle Herald 11/04/2014     no charge     2147 words

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Zero likes for Silicon Valley
With their displays of excess and arrogance, the tech industry's "masters of the universe" are now battling pickets, protests and bricks through the window. Sanjiv Bhattacharya reports.
The Age 11/04/2014     no charge     2081 words

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1920
Night-train inferno
Sydney Morning Herald 10/04/2014     no charge     189 words

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SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS
MOVIES
The Age 10/04/2014     no charge     369 words

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Ask Noel
Each week, financial adviser and international bestselling author Noel Whittaker answers your questions. noelwhit@gmail.com
The Age 09/04/2014     no charge     864 words

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Keeping track of uper
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the The Age for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 09/04/2014     no charge     19 words

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Chain of tragedy led to a life forever in the spotlight
Peaches Geldof 1989-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 09/04/2014     no charge     465 words

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Sydney Morning Herald 08/04/2014     no charge     586 words

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LETTERS
Share your vision
The Age 08/04/2014     no charge     1385 words

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SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS
MOVIES
Sydney Morning Herald 07/04/2014     no charge     371 words

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Document was sham, ICAC hearing told
A "sham" document created in relation to a defamation action against The Sydney Morning Herald has become part of an Independent Commission Against Corruption probe.
Sydney Morning Herald 07/04/2014     no charge     506 words

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Releasing equity in your home
We receive a combined part pension and partially draw down from our superannuation every month. Please advise on how reverse mortgages for self-funded retirees work. Would our pension be affected? R. D.
Sun Herald 06/04/2014     no charge     870 words

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Releasing equity in your home
We receive a combined part pension and partially draw down from our superannuation every month. Please advise on how reverse mortgages for self-funded retirees work. Would our pension be affected? R. D.
The Sunday Age 06/04/2014     no charge     863 words

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From vision to reality in Sydney's west
Sydneysiders expect good governance, community planning and provision of the services they need. Education, health support, childcare and transport to maximise work opportunities and allow time with family. A level playing field, so they are not disadvantaged by where they live.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/04/2014     no charge     556 words

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Through the years
A new generation of wistful folk singers forge a connection with the '60s and '70s.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/04/2014     no charge     875 words

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Beyond the shadow of an icon
Johnny Cash's legend is both a source of pride and a burden to his daughter.
The Age 05/04/2014     no charge     1401 words

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Ms Fix-it
As chief of staff to Tony Abbott, Peta Credlin is regarded as the organisational brain behind the prime minister - and by some as having way too much power.
Sydney Morning Herald 05/04/2014     no charge     3891 words

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Secret footballer shines light in AFL's dark corners
Players haven't learnt how to treat women better, they've learnt to avoid being caught.
The Age 04/04/2014     no charge     980 words

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Transfer knock-backs beg questions of minister
SINCE last year, the Mercury has been reporting on the situation of single mother Hollie Rizzotto and her toddler, who are living in appalling conditions in public housing at Todd Street, Warrawong.
Illawarra Mercury 04/04/2014     no charge     794 words

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LETTERS
Selective largesse
The Age 03/04/2014     no charge     1394 words

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Building wealth brick by brick
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the The Age for this date.
Sydney Morning Herald 02/04/2014     no charge     19 words

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Two-stage career for international expert in avian disease
Trevor Bagust 1944-2014
Sydney Morning Herald 01/04/2014     no charge     466 words

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Shared secret new buzz
AT a time when Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are pushing people to put forward their most polished, put-together selves, a new class of mobile applications aims for a bit more honesty.
Newcastle Herald 31/03/2014     no charge     785 words

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Unearthing pot's value
IN this space back in January, I wondered how the US state of Colorado would go with its experiment in legalising cannabis.
Newcastle Herald 31/03/2014     no charge     673 words

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Abbott a reactionary, or simply reading the public mood?
Nobody should be surprised by Tony Abbott's decision to re-introduce the titles of dames and knights ("A knightly indulgence", March 29-30).This is entirely consistent with his philosophical and political position. The Prime Minister is not a conservative, but rather a reactionary; that is, a person who does not just resist change but seeks to turn the clock back to some earlier order of society seen as having suitable respect for authority and privilege. Such a person is bent on blocking change ...
Sydney Morning Herald 31/03/2014     no charge     683 words

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Brandis' race-hate laws bolster democracy
These reforms are not about the "right to be a bigot".
The Age 31/03/2014     no charge     837 words

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from the editor
Last year, Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, wrote a much-discussed book called Lean In, urging women to fight the culturally conditioned behaviours that hold their careers back. It was a fist-pumping manifesto that had me and many other women alight with fury as we recognised the kind of limitations we'd placed on ourselves.
Sun Herald 30/03/2014     no charge     240 words

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Lets teach our kids money literacy
Education costs money, but so does ignorance. And unfortunately theres no adequate replacement for education when it comes to making good financial decisions.
Sun Herald 30/03/2014     no charge     569 words

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Let's teach our kids money literacy
Education costs money, but so does ignorance.
The Sunday Age 30/03/2014     no charge     558 words

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SUNDAY LIFE
The full text version of the articles for this section is available in the Sun Herald for this date.
The Sunday Age 30/03/2014     no charge     19 words

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the hot seats
Never mind what the models are wearing on the catwalk. The main talking point at fashion shows is whos sitting in the front row.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/03/2014     no charge     1246 words

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GOOD WEEKEND
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     20 words

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Drive
The full text version of the articles in this section is available in the Sydney Morning Herald for this date.
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     20 words

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Spin can spice things up, but for real effect, do it yourself
I've always thought the best way to say something is to say it yourself. I was reminded of this while talking to a Canberra colleague about the Prime Minister's recent speech about the Tasmanian forests.
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     658 words

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TURNING PAGES
You might think we hear enough writers talking these days. There they are at festivals, bookshops and places such as the Wheeler Centre, pontificating away, almost every night of the week - never mind on radio, television or in our newspapers and magazines. When, you wonder, do they find time to write?
The Age 29/03/2014     no charge     608 words

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Abbott shows Lincolnesque approach can leave the spin team in forest shade
I have always thought the best way to say something is to say it yourself. I was reminded of this when talking to a Canberra colleague about the Prime Minister's recent speech about the Tasmanian forests. It was an important and seminal speech.
Sydney Morning Herald 29/03/2014     no charge     665 words

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