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" I have sought advice from both texts on this kind of delimma: journalists allowing personal allegiances to influence them in the course of their duty. Richard points to the flaws in Australian MEAA Code of Ethics' clause 4 which stipulates...
'There is absolutely no need for laws to restrict media freedoms. We live in a democratic state and provided the media conforms with its Code of Ethics, it must remain free.'
'Most of the Prime Minister's statements consisted of sweeping generalisations or statements of opinion dressed up as fact—ironically, the very sin of which he accused the media.'
There was a war of words between Prime Minister Mahendra Chaudhry and a senior journalist at a media function last night.  Chaudhry claimed there was no truth in a story written by Robert Keith-Reid of Island Business. When Keith-Reid yelled out...
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