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‘Antiquated legislation’: Catalano pushes rules overhaul in bid to create regional media giant

12 April 2021 |

Real estate entrepreneur Antony Catalano wants to combine the newsrooms of his publishing company with broadcaster Prime Media Group and will intensify his push for regulatory overhaul to realise ambitions of creating a regional media giant.

China tries to nick another speck in the sea from the Philippines

12 April 2021 |

The chinese ships that appeared around Whitsun Reef in March were unusual for fishing vessels. They seemed to do little fishing, for a start. 

Minister in second clash with Indigenous Land and Sea board

22 February 2021 | SMH

The board of the powerful Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation appointed a new chief executive late last year in the face of strong opposition from the Minister for Indigenous Australians Ken Wyatt.

Lands boss digs in despite ‘no confidence’ from federal minister

22 February 2021 | SMH

The chairman of a powerful Indigenous organisation that controls hundreds of millions of dollars in land assets – including Ayers Rock Resort - is refusing to resign, despite federal Minister Ken Wyatt’s loss of confidence in him and two board motions of no confidence in his leadership.

‘Squashed’: Smaller publishers fear fatal consequences from Facebook’s news ban

22 February 2021 | SMH

Small news and lifestyle websites are urging the government to resolve a dispute with Facebook amid fears the social media giant’s decision to ban news from its platform in Australia will have fatal consequences for their operations.

‘Failing the people’: Calls for royal commission into ‘broken’ system

22 February 2021 | SMH

A group of senior Indigenous men and women are calling on the federal government for a wide-ranging royal commission into Indigenous corporations and statutory bodies to fix what they say is a “broken system”.

‘It’s a good proposal, it makes sense’: Microsoft backs proposed media bargaining laws

03 February 2021 |

US software giant Microsoft has thrown its support behind proposals to force tech giants to pay media companies for news and issued a veiled swipe against rivals Google and Facebook for threatening to reduce services in Australia.

'Hanging on by a thread': Faces of the cancelled economy

06 April 2020 |

Lea-Ann Suthern's normally buzzing hair dressing salon in Sydney's Newtown is half empty and the phone keeps on ringing with more customers cancelling because they are worried about coronavirus.

Preschool teachers demand $100,000 salaries in Fair Work Commission

19 June 2019 | The Age

University-educated preschool teachers who missed out on Labor's promised taxpayer-funded pay rises are pushing ahead with a demand for large pay increases in the Fair Work Commission, with the Independent Education Union seeking salaries of up to $101,767.

ACCC says it won't oppose Nine Fairfax takeover

08 November 2018 | The Guardian

The competition watchdog has confirmed it will not oppose a planned merger between Nine and Fairfax Media, paving the way for two of Australia’s largest media companies to combine by the end of the year.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said on Thursday it would not block Nine’s takeover despite acknowledging that it would reduce competition.

The ACCC chair, Rod Sims, said the merger would “likely reduce competition” but added that it was not “likely to substantially lessen competition in any market in breach of the Competition and Consumer Act”.

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