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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 18: (L-R) AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan signs documents as Executive Chairman of Seven Network Kerry Stokes and 21st Century Fox, Rupert Murdoch shake hands after signing the new broadcast rights prior to the AFL press conference to announce the Broadcast Rights Agreement at AFL House, Melbourne, Australia on August 18, 2015. (Photo by Justine Walker/AFL Media/Pool Image) Editors Note: This is free for editorial use only

News Corp and Seven West Media try for backdoor merger with ACCC approval

Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp and the Kerry Stokes controlled Seven West Media are attempting a national merger in one of the dodgiest business deals the country has seen under the guise of one selling assets to the other. It looks from a distance like the purchase of one Sunday paper and one website but under […]

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The bankruptcy of Fairfax Media and News Corp websites predicted on the ABC’s Media Watch

Fairfax Media and News Corp news websites will both be bankrupt in 12 to 24 months if predictions on the ABC’s Media Watch Monday show are true. The predictions are backed up by hard financial evidence and the opinion of numerous well informed people within the media industry. What was also telling was the refusal […]

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Lies & crimes of Australian media. Channel Ten & Adam Walters take a bribe to attack ICAC

It has been a huge week for the corrupt, criminal and scandalous conduct of the Australian mainstream media being exposed. This has led to Channel 10 issuing an apology to former ICAC commissioner David Ipp, Fairfax Media suspending Paul Sheehan who is one of their senior journalists and News Corp’s Andrew Bolt doing a double […]

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Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp caught bribing Australian Crown Prosecutor for news stories

Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation are heading for another major scandal regarding bribing government officials and this time it is in Australia and involves NSW Crown Prosecutor Margaret Cunneen. Murdoch’s News Corp has a long history of bribing government employees for stories. This was exposed by the UK phone-hacking scandal which also revealed the bribing […]

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News Corp out Labor leader Bill Shorten as suspect in rape investigation by Victoria police

News Corp has in effect named Bill Shorten in The Australian newspaper on Saturday (16/8/14) as the suspect in the Victoria police rape investigation regarding a senior ALP member. The rape investigation was always going to end Bill Shorten’s political career at some point given the way he has handled it with complete silence and the […]

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Will Rupert Murdoch and News Corp face charges for breaching Australian International Bribery laws?

It has been reported in the UK that Rupert Murdoch will be interviewed by Scotland Yard in the very near future in regards to his knowledge and involvement in the phone hacking scandal. The Guardian says: “Rupert Murdoch has been officially informed by Scotland Yard that detectives want to interview him as a suspect as part of their inquiry […]

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Rolf Harris arrested. The World Exclusive that wasn’t. The mainstream media fraud.

The Sun newspaper in England has finally named Rolf Harris as the suspect arrested last month in England suspected of “sex abuse” after it been going viral online for the over three weeks. The Sun claimed it was a “World Exclusive” which is a straight out lie and embarrassment to themselves and all mainstream media.  […]

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When white is too white and black is not black enough.

On the Wednesday the 28th of September 2011 Justice Bromberg handed down his decision in the Racial Discrimination case Pat Eatock v Andrew Bolt and The Herald and Weekly Times Pty Ltd. Andrew Bolt lost and without a doubt the judgement was a true and just judgement. Some people are claiming it is a denial of free speech. That’s […]

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The lies and deception of Media Watch and host Jonathan Holmes in defence of Julia Gillard.

Media Watch and it’s host Jonathan Holmes have been caught out lying, deceiving and distorting the truth in a recent program that went to air on Monday the 5th of September in relation to the Julia Gillard / Fairfax Media / News Ltd freedom of speech scandal. The program was deliberately and highly defamatory of […]

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Australian Federal Police evaluating a criminal investigation into News Corporation.

I spoke to the Australian Federal Police media department this morning and asked them if they were investigating News Corporation for breaching Australian bribery laws. They replied in the afternoon with the below response. “The AFP is evaluating referrals to determine any jurisdictional issues or offences under Australian law.” I personally made a formal complaint to the Federal Police […]

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The real reason Rebekah Brooks was forced to resign by News Corporation.

Today Rebekah Brooks announced her resignation. Make no mistake about it, Rebekah Brooks was forced to resign by News Corporation and if she had not they would have sacked her summarily. How do I know this? Because yesterday I sent senior executives at News Corporation specific evidence and outlined what laws News Corporation had breached […]

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Rupert Murdoch and News Corp guilty of breaching bribery laws in Australia

A lot is being said of what laws News Corporation, its subsidiaries and directors/managers may or may not have breached in relation to the phone hacking scandal. In a recent story on the Guardian website it talks about what UK and US criminal charges that James Murdoch may face. (Click here to read) One thing that […]

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