BFU Presents: Women in Media: A Panel Discussion

University invites you to a panel discussion focusing on women in media. With the approach of International Women's Day, this event aims to celebrate women working in a variety of different media roles. It is also an opportunity to critically discuss the representation of women in these industries. When: Wednesday the 19th of February, 6.30 … Continue reading BFU Presents: Women in Media: A Panel Discussion

Police and locals run amok on Manus Island: scores injured

Scores of asylum seekers have been injured, some seriously as gangs of armed PNG police and locals go from compound to compound attacking any asylum seekers they can find.Asylum seekers were left defenceless when all staff and G4S guards were evacuated from the detention centre. Tension with groups of locals had been building throughout the … Continue reading Police and locals run amok on Manus Island: scores injured

Follow the Money: From Islamophobia to Israel Right or Wrong | Alternet

REMEMBER THE Q SOCIETY IS RUNNING AN ISLAMOPHOBOC CONFERENCE IN MELBOURNE 7-10 MARCH See http://www.sionaustralia.com See http://www.loonwatch.com for information on the types speaking here in Melbourne. Geller, Spencer and ilk. http://www.jewsagainstislamophobia.org is good source of information about the resistance to the hate campaign in the USA This article below from 2012 gives good background on … Continue reading Follow the Money: From Islamophobia to Israel Right or Wrong | Alternet

News Corp’s $882m tax bill blows budget

The single largest factor in the underlying deterioration of the federal budget announced by Treasurer Joe Hockey in December was a cash payout of almost $900 million to Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. The massive windfall, revealed in the US group's accounts a week ago in New York, was at a time when News Corp newspapers … Continue reading News Corp’s $882m tax bill blows budget