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High Ranking PLA General Tours Australian Military Facility

Posted: July 20th, 2017 | Author: | Filed under: World News, World of the News | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on High Ranking PLA General Tours Australian Military Facility

Department of Defence via Jay Conran

A top-ranking Chinese general from the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) has toured a secretive military facility outside Canberra as part of a low-key “goodwill” visit to meet senior Australian Defence figures :: Read the full article »»»»


World of the News

Posted: September 5th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on World of the News

World of the NewsThe global behemoth that is News (Ltd + International) is creeking and groaning under it’s own size as it attempts to reform itself for the digital age, changing the way it does business, answering for the way it’s done business and comes to terms with the trouble it’s had downsizing it’s business.

In the UK, the saga of phone-hacking goes on with Former News International chief Rebekah Brooks has appeared briefly in a London court, accused of conspiring to hack phones. As well as Brooks, former legal manager of Rupert Murdoch’s News International has been arrested in connection with the phone hacking scandal. In Australia the behemoth has not announced that up to 80 more editing and reporting jobs will be cut from News Limited, including dozens across Queensland.

The once golden Nine stable of multimedia products has dipped further into trouble times. Nine Entertainment has announced the sale of ACP Magazines – Australia’s largest stable of print based media –  to German media giant Bauer. The sale is reported to be worth about $500 million and is expected to be finalised in the next one to two months.

No post would be complete without comment on Julian Assange, his latest antics – stuck within the shrinking walls of the Eucadorian Embassy in London – Mr Assange, or Our Jullian as we like to refer, is prepping himself for a 12 month camp-out as he steadies himself for waht looks like a very long fight. At what point does one need to ask the question; ‘surely he’d be done with the fight if he’d gone to Sweden 3 years ago?’

In proof that there is still some value in old-school communication devices, a Scottish fishing boat’s skipper has found a message in a bottle, 98 years after it was released. The bottle was released by the Glasgow School of Navigation in 1914 as part of an experiment to map the currents in the sea off the Scottish coast  :: Read the full article »»»»


News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

Posted: June 26th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

News Limited Shakes It ALL UpAustralia’s media landscape has been through the ringer over the past few weeks and months, the ground is changing at a pace not seen since the eighties. The latest shake-up comes from the ever stoic News Limited – the Australian arm of News Corporation – the company has announced a massive restructuring of the way it delivers news.

The announcement on last week, which included job cuts and a reduction in east coast operations from 19 divisions to five, came days after Fairfax Media outlined plans to axe 1,900 staff, move jobs offshore, close two major printing presses and downsize its flagship newspapers to tabloids, as well as it’s ongoing boardroom battles with billionaire Gina Rinehart.

Despite the cuts, News Limited CEO Kim Williams has told staff that the organisation remains committed to print :: Read the full article »»»»


News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

Posted: June 26th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on News Limited Shakes It ALL Up

News Limited Shakes It ALL UpAustralia’s media landscape has been through the ringer over the past few weeks and months, the ground is changing at a pace not seen since the eighties. The latest shake-up comes from the ever stoic News Limited – the Australian arm of News Corporation – the company has announced a massive restructuring of the way it delivers news.

The announcement on last week, which included job cuts and a reduction in east coast operations from 19 divisions to five, came days after Fairfax Media outlined plans to axe 1,900 staff, move jobs offshore, close two major printing presses and downsize its flagship newspapers to tabloids, as well as it’s ongoing boardroom battles with billionaire Gina Rinehart.

Despite the cuts, News Limited CEO Kim Williams has told staff that the organisation remains committed to print :: Read the full article »»»»


Gina Rineharts' Fight For Fairfax

Posted: June 21st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: World of the News | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Gina Rineharts' Fight For Fairfax

Gina Rineharts' Fairfax ShakedownAs mining magnate Gina Rinehart chases down editorial influence at Fairfax Media, along with three boardroom seats, Fairfax Newspapers must be wondering wtf is coming next, the embattled publisher is facing a boardroom shake up that has the once behemoth publisher quaking.

In a statement to the stock exchange, Mrs Rinehart’s company, Hancock Prospecting, confirmed she had raised her 12.6 per cent stake in the media company to 18.7 per cent of Fairfax shares in two separate raids last week. The confirmation came shortly after Fairfax announced it would slash 1,900 jobs as it deals with the rise of digital media and a slump in print readership.

Fairfax said today it would close two printing plants, move its Sydney Morning Herald and The Age newspapers to tabloid format and introduce digital subscriptions for those two mastheads :: Read the full article »»»»