Saturday, March 3, 2012

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Independent Media Inquiry calls for taxpayer-funded body to regulate ...
Courier Mail
A TAXPAYER-funded body should regulate all of Australia's news and current affairs across all media, an independent inquiry has urged. The Independent Media Inquiry wants a statutory watchdog to set standards and handle complaints involving all print, ...
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Fears of media showdown if new watchdog wins approval
Collie Mail
THE government seems set on a collision course with the media if it accepts proposals for a new regulatory body to oversee all news and current affairs in Australia. Media chiefs have reacted with alarm at the prospect of a government-funded statutory ...
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Inquiry wants taxpayer-funded watchdog to monitor your news
Herald Sun
Click here to read the inquiry's report in full The Punch: Our first look at the future of Australia's media A TAXPAYER-funded watchdog should regulate all of Australia's news and current affairs across all media, an inquiry has urged.
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Teachers taught to make math meaningful
The Chronicle Journal
Teachers in Thunder Bay are learning to give math lessons more real-world intrigue by presenting them through the lens of current affairs. Over 35 elementary, secondary and post-secondary teachers took part in the refresher course on how to teach math ...
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Tamihere faces jail recall
New Zealand Herald
Tamihere, 58, will face the Parole Board after the current affairs show flew him over an historic Coromandel murder scene, in a possible breach of his parole conditions. He could be sent back to jail. TVNZ spokeswoman Megan Richards said Corrections' ...
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GOP is now the party of extremists
Times Daily
Commentary: Most of the blame for the current state of affairs in the Senate belongs with a GOP that has becoming increasingly obstreperous even as it becomes increasingly unmoored from reality. Who can blame Olympia Snowe for giving up on the US ...
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UTV Wins Prestigious Award
UTV has won a prestigious Royal Television Society award for its Insight programme 'The Resurrection of Brendan Smyth' in the Nations and Regions Current Affairs and News category. 'The Resurrection of Brendan Smyth' followed the trail of broken lives ...
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Brown University announces new president
The Daily Pennsylvanian
Brown University announced Friday that Christina Paxson — the current dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University — will replace current Brown President Ruth Simmons. Simmons announced in September ...
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Town trends on Twitter for disappointing debate
This is Kent
The current affairs programme was broadcast on Thursday from Trinity Theatre in Church Road. Host David Dimbleby was joined by historian Simon Sharma as well as communications minister Ed Vaize and shadow attorney general Emily Thornberry.
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