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How political correctness is changing education, according to Abbott, Jones and Donnelly

How political correctness is changing education, according to Abbott, Jones and Donnelly

There is something sinister going on in Australian classrooms. That was the consensus of a former prime minister, a former curriculum reviewer and a radio broadcaster.

  • by Pallavi Singhal

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Alan Jones ordered to pay Wagner family's court costs
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Alan Jones ordered to pay Wagner family's court costs

The controversial broadcaster was ordered to pay the Wagner brothers' costs after he was found to have defamed them on-air in 2015.

  • by Lucy Stone
2GB radio host Alan Jones off-air, in hospital
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2GB radio host Alan Jones off-air, in hospital

Alan Jones doesn't know when he might be back behind the microphone after he was hospitalised for 'severe' back pain.

  • by Megan Gorrey
How Nine-Fairfax could make 'Jonestown' a very different place
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How Nine-Fairfax could make 'Jonestown' a very different place

The man once considered the most powerful figure in Australian media, radio broadcaster Alan Jones, could be indirectly affected by the historic media merger.  

  • by John McDuling
A real leader would not keep hanging out in Jonestown
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Opinion

A real leader would not keep hanging out in Jonestown

Why is the PM becoming a regular on Alan Jones' show instead of condemning him for his outrages?

  • by Peter FitzSimons
The final straw: WA donation goes begging as drought devastates farmers
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The final straw: WA donation goes begging as drought devastates farmers

As media began to broadcast vision of the drought, the message was driven home to audiences across the nation. The situation was dire.

  • by Jane Marwick
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Opera House boss given standing ovation at Utzon film premiere
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Opera House boss given standing ovation at Utzon film premiere

When Louise Herron welcomed representatives from the NSW government who were in the audience, the crowd broke into laughter.

  • by Helen Pitt
Alan Jones, the pyjamas and the ponies
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Alan Jones, the pyjamas and the ponies

Rarely does Jones disclose his substantial financial interests in the thoroughbred industry.

  • by Kate McClymont
Why the Opera House backlash was so fierce: we've just had enough
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Why the Opera House backlash was so fierce: we've just had enough

We funnel into stadiums brought to us by phone or car insurance companies so routinely now that we barely remember how jarring it was the first time our favourite team’s home ground was suddenly given a name that meant nothing.

  • by Waleed Aly
The resignation Alan Jones should be ready to announce
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The resignation Alan Jones should be ready to announce

Many people have suggested the broadcaster resign over his latest controversy. Here, columnist Madonna King offers up a draft.

  • by Madonna King
Opera House fracas shows how public can fight back against Jones
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Opera House fracas shows how public can fight back against Jones

Jones, as a politician who broadcasts, has a wicked advantage over properly elected officials. But the latest example of his overreach reveals a way to combat that.

  • by Chris Masters