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Should imams discuss current affairs?
Khaleej Times
ABU DHABI — Whether the Imams should speak on the current regional and international situations or not during Friday congregations will be a question the Federal National Council (FNC) will debate again when it convenes next Tuesday in the 9th session ...
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Mulhall felt obliged to 'carry the can' for libel
Irish Independent
By DANIEL McCONNELL Chief Reporter Ed Mulhall's decision to retire as the managing director of RTE news and current affairs was a direct response to the "political decision" by Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte to refer the libelling of Fr Kevin ...
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Give PBS a head to use well
Times of Malta
It is also biased, at times blatantly so According to the guidelines, PBS journalists and presenters of current affairs programmes aired on TVM will not be allowed to express public support for any political party, not even off air.
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Par for the coarse
Times of Malta
The document specifically mentions people 'associated with news and current affairs' in the state broadcaster. I go further. Impartiality and pin money do not marry well. Of course, this is a Catch-22 situation. Just as disc-jockeys may be bribed to ...
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Eoghan Harris: Why RTE and Fine Gael both need a reality check
Irish Independent
Any good current affairs programme, like any good newspaper, will make mistakes. But recent major mistakes arose not from flawed human nature but from a flawed ideology: the mix of mindless peace processing and smug political correctness that forms the ...
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For Gabbard, reward found in 'serving others'
Maui News
... Middle East with the Hawaii National Guard and her current position as a member of the Honolulu City Council, where she chairs the Safety, Economic Development and Government Affairs Committee and serves as vice chairwoman of the Budget Committee.
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Eilis O'Hanlon: Humility is unheard of at spoilt and smug RTE
Irish Independent
Current affairs editor Ken O'Shea: resignation (accepted, with the man himself reassigned to the broadcaster's lifestyle and entertainment section). In addition, new editorial guidelines have been introduced and all staff are to be retrained.
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A current engagement: CWA has much to offer open minds
Daily Camera
So bring your own temperament, but not your wallet, to the University of Colorado campus in Boulder this entire week for the Conference on World Affairs. Now in its 64th year, the "everything conceivable" gathering of entertainers, intellectuals, ...
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RTÉ facing €200000 BAI fine over Fr Kevin Reynolds libel
The report has not yet been made public but in response to it, the State broadcaster announced the scrapping of the Prime Time Investigates programme as well as the retirement of Managing Director of News and Current Affairs Ed Mulhall and the ...
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Think Tank - Season 2, Ep 3 - news/current affairs - On Demand - TV3
Think Tank - This week: Immigration. With Tuariki Delamere, Simon Bridges, David Shearer, Heather Hayden, Mitchell Phan. Season 2, Ep 3.
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