Australia’s Right To Know submission to the Senate inquiry into press freedom – 190903

Australia's Right To Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) joint submission to the Senate Environment and Communications Committee inquiry into press freedom - 190903 "As the Committee is aware, ARTK has also made a submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) ...
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Nine’s journalists concerned at Liberal fundraiser

Nine Entertainment Co’s print journalists are concerned about the impact on their newspapers’ Charter of Editorial Independence following reports that Nine hosted a Liberal Party fundraiser last night ...
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ARTK letter to the SA Attorney-General re removal of publication restrictions pertaining to sexual offence cases

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) letter to the South Australian Attorney-General regarding the removal of the automatic publication restrictions pertaining to sexual offence cases currently prescribed by section 71A of the Evidence Act 1929 (SA) ...
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ARTK letter to the Attorney-General re defamation issues

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) letter to the Commonwealth Attorney-General regarding defamation law issues that arise specifically within the Federal jurisdiction ...
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Australia’s Right to Know submission to the Northern Territory Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Framework

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) submission to the to the Northern Territory Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Framework. Submitted 190819 ...
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MEAA opening statement to PJCIS inquiry into press freedom

The opening statement by MEAA chief executive Paul Murphy to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security inquiry into the impact of the exercise of law enforcement and intelligence powers on the freedom of the press - Sydney, August 13 2019 ...
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Public supports increased funding for Australia’s orchestras

Symphony orchestras are valued as an important part of our culture, and most Australians would support maintaining or increasing government funding for them, according to a new national survey commissioned by the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance. The online survey of 800 people found strong backing for public funding of ...
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Australia’s Right to Know submission to the Senate inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Agricultural Protection) Bill

The Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations (of which MEAA is a member) submission to the Senate Legal & Constitutional Affairs Committee inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Agricultural Protection) Bill 2019 ...
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