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  • THE Australian Defence Force could draw lessons from the National Rugby League on how to improve the culture inside male-dominated institutions, the NRL chief, David Gallop, said yesterday.

    Asked what advice he would give the Australian Defence Force…

    Posted: 8th April 2011
  • ASHLEY HALL: The legal ramifications of the so-called Skype incident at the Defence Force Academy remain unclear.

    There are questions about whether an offence has been committed and which federal or territory laws apply.

    But legal experts say the…

    Posted: 7th April 2011
  • THE British security service MI5 has today released thousands of pages of long-secret material relating to the 1950s Petrov affair and hundreds of pages about the Venona code-breaking episode in the 40s and 50s.

    MI5 does not release such material on…

    Posted: 4th April 2011
  • AUSTRALIA'S early intelligence chief Charles Spry secretly warned Britain's MI5 during the 1954 Petrov affair that Britain should seriously consider withholding intelligence information from the Australian government if Labor won that year's federal…

    Posted: 4th April 2011

    Is there ever a case for pornography, or should it be totally off-limits in an ethical society? Feminist anti-pornography activist Gail Dines, memoirist of her life as a prostitute where porn was used to arouse clients Kate Holden, and academic…

    21st May 2011 21st May 2011 When: 21st May 2011 Time: 2:30pm - 3:30pm Location: Pier 2/3 Main Stage, Pier 2/3, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
  • Posted: 31st March 2011
  • The Journalism and Media Research Centre (JMRC) based at the University of NSW invites applications for the opportunity for a Research Fellowship sponsored by Google and hosted at the JMRC. The Research Fellow will spend twelve weeks developing an…

    Posted: 28th March 2011
  • Fans with camera phones can turn any celebrity encounter into a photo opportunity - even in a toilet. Where should we draw the line?

    Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's outrage at having his photo taken by a fellow diner while eating in a Melbourne…

    Posted: 16th March 2011
  • The Journalism and Media Research Centre at the University of New South Wales invites you to a public lecture by Conjoint Professor David Armstrong

    "The Only News I Have Is Bad" - from a Ross Dunkley email more than two weeks before his arrest in…

    1st April 2011 1st April 2011 When: 1st April 2011 Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm Location: Robert Webster, Level 3, Room 327, University of New South Wales
  • Dr Kath Albury, from UNSW's Journalism and Media Research Centre, discusses the rise of sexting - sending sexually explicit text messages - and the legal repercussions for under 18s. YouTube Video click here. Uniken Autumn 2011 issue, page 16 full…

    Posted: 16th March 2011

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