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The Sydney Morning Herald - 17 Aug 2019 Can James Warburton fix Seven?
... deal between the free-to-air broadcaster and News Corp or its pay-TV arm Foxtel. However, a bigger clue to what Mr Warburton is planning for the coming months might be in comments he made to The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age in early-August.
The Age - 18 Aug 2019 China urges Australians to grasp ‘real picture’ of Hong Kong, tells government to back off
Ambassador Cheng Jingye says the affairs of Hong Kong are "solely the internal affairs of China" and any effort to "mess up" the situation will fail.
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Austrac flags tough action after being 'flooded' with money laundering breaches
The nation's anti-money laundering regulator warns it is likely to take more action against Australia's top financial institutions after being "flooded" with reports of ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 17 Aug 2019 Wallabies crash back to earth with another Eden Park hammering
Auckland: Revenge is a dish best served cold and with a side of bloodied Wallaby. Australia butchered their best chance in a decade to break a 33-year hoodoo ...
The Age - 18 Aug 2019 The figures that should send shockwaves through the NRL
People are abandoning rugby league in droves with free-to-air and pay TV NRL audiences dropping by more than 3 million.
Sydney Morning Herald - 17 Aug 2019 The 'cruel and shallow money trench' that is TV claimed another victim
“The music business,” Hunter S. Thompson once famously wrote, “is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Can James Warburton fix Seven?
Seven West Media's newly appointed chief executive James Warburton will have been in the job for less than a week when he fronts investors on Tuesday for ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 8@eight: ASX set for bright start to week
The Australian market is set to jump on Monday after Wall Street rallied last Friday. At 8am, futures are pointing to a 41-point gain, or 0.7 per cent jump, at the ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Another day in the life of the 'undisputed king of the investment world'
Many words can be used to describe Chifley Square stockbroker Michael Kodari - but boring is not one of them.
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Pregnant barmaid held at gunpoint in Sydney robbery
A pregnant employee was held at gunpoint by a trio of masked robbers at a hotel in Sydney's west on Sunday morning, police say. Officers were told the men, ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 15 Aug 2019 Lawyer who helped subdue Sydney stabbing suspect with chair breaks silence
Two days after the deadly attack in Sydney's CBD, John Bamford, who used a cafe chair to stop the suspect, has said he had no option but to act.
Sydney Morning Herald - 13 Aug 2019 Man in custody after stabbing in Sydney CBD leaves woman dead
Brave bystanders have been hailed as heroes for ending "terrifying carnage" in the Sydney CBD on Tuesday, which left one woman dead and a second injured.
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Dozens dead in Afghan wedding party blast
Kabul: A suicide bomber killed 63 people and wounded 182 in an attack on a wedding reception in the Afghan capital on Saturday night, the interior ministry ...
The Age - 15 Aug 2019 Kiss singer takes break from school duties for one last 'victory lap'
On the phone from Los Angeles earlier this year, Paul Stanley's New York accent was a clear reminder of where the veteran entertainer and rock 'n' roll preacher ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 17 Aug 2019 Woman dies at selfie spot in Sydney's east
A 27-year-old woman has died after plummeting from a cliff edge in Sydney's eastern suburbs onto the rocks below. Police were called to Diamond Bay Reserve ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Our high-sugar diet is breeding a new superbug
A new, deadly and antibiotic-resistant bacteria species is thriving in Australia's hospitals fuelled by our addiction to sugary junk food.
Sydney Morning Herald - 16 Aug 2019 'Let the world know they are liars:' Hong Kong protesters defy Beijing's threat
If they are going to send the army across, do it now - and let the world know they are liars,” said a defiant Annie, 60, on Friday night.
Sydney Morning Herald - 17 Aug 2019 Frightening scene brought up 'rough memories' for Australia: Langer
Justin Langer admits the frightening scene of Steve Smith being laid out by a sickening blow to the neck brought up "rough memories" for the Australian team at ...
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Shore headmaster: 'The boys are privileged, and it's not their fault'
Shore's headmaster wants more of his boys to be tradies, worries about the number of children's books about farts, and says privilege is not a moral failing.
Sydney Morning Herald - 18 Aug 2019 Citi joins buy now, pay later stampede in Kogan partnership
Citi Australia is angling for a piece of the fast-growing buy now, pay later market.