Today I published a piece on News Corporation, phone hacking and implications for Australia. I was surprised by how easily commentators and reporters in Australia were prepared to accept that the key issue for us is whether phone hacking actually happened at News Ltd papers in Australia.
Fracking Faultlines Extend Into Heritage Areas
Dart Energy are planning to drill for coal seam gas near two National Parks in the lower Hunter. Nicole Gooch and I continue our investigation into the coal seem gas industry in NSW.
Cloud Over Sydney Coal Seam Gas Plan
An update to my investigation with Nicole Gooch into the coal seem gas industry.
Wikileaks and Democracy in the digital age - World Press Freedom Day 2011
On World Press Freedom Day, the University of Technology published this short article on media freedom. It was also published by the Pacific Media Centre.
My letter to The Australian : With the missing sentence.
As it was seriously misleading, I responded to The Australian article attacking my piece on Lee Rhiannon with a short letter.
The Australian attacks my defence of Lee Rhiannon
I was surprised to see The Australian's James Madden responded to my article on Lee Rhiannon in the Drum with a news article.
Why I don't agree with character assassination of Greens Senator elect Lee Rhiannon
On April 21, I published an article responding to what I see as unfair attacks on Lee Rhiannon. All politicians should be open to scrutiny but the attacks on Rhiannon ignore her record of acting in favour of transparency and public participation.
SMH take up Keep Carmel story & NSW Greens issue media release
On April 20, the Sydney Morning Herald's Alexandra Smith took up the Keep Carmel campaign twitter story .
Keep Carmel 'Broke Funding Law'
Nicole Gooch and I continue our investigation into the Keep Carmel Twitter campaign run by One Small Planet during the 2011 NSW Election. The NSW Greens announced that they have complained to the NSW Funding Authority.
Who Was Behind 'Keep Carmel ?
"Claimed" said a tweet on the ‘Keep Carmel’ Twitter feed. Carmel Tebbutt had just won the inner-Sydney seat of Marrickville by a tight 0.9 % margin.