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John Howard’s comments on history are a good point of departure, writes KLAUS NEUMANN.
WHO still remembers the leaders’ debate in the first week of a long and uninspiring election campaign? In his concluding remarks, John Howard didn’t talk about his vision for...
Issue 21 features ACMA's industry reception in Hobart and a recently published report about communications services and infrastructure. It also highlights ACMA's review of the Children's Television Standards, and reports on industry compliance with TV quotas, the extension of a community television trail in Adelaide...
Australians worried about misuse of government advertising might want to take a look at recent developments in Canada, writes FRED FLETCHER
PER CAPITA spending on government advertising in Australia is among the highest of the representative democracies. Until the most recent reforms, Canada...
Whichever party wins government, procedures for dealing with disputes need to change, writes ANTHONY FORSYTH
LABOR’S pledge to abolish the Australian Industrial Relations Commission (AIRC) along with several other federal agencies and replace them with a new body, Fair Work Australia, has generated...