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Public Servants and the Constitutionally Implied Freedom of Political Communication Mr Towell journalist, who writes for the Public Service Informant in the Canberra Times, wrote on 30 May 2016, that the CPSU is claiming that “Public servants are being … Continue reading
Twitter takes a new turn I wrote recently that Twitter is at the heart of our democratic process. Hyperbole? Perhaps, but today’s postings indicate a furtherance of that proposition. Something new evolved – a struggling narrative emerging out of the … Continue reading
In response to Right to freedom of speech cannot breach employment contract at http://www.theage.com.au/comment/right-to-freedom-of-speech-cannot-breach-employment-contract-20150430-1mwn9f.html Dear Ms Triggs I write in response to your article which was published in the Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 1 May 2015. As President of our … Continue reading
Our Constitutionally Implied Freedom of Political Communication – More powerful than the right to free speech.
The incident of Scott McIntyre’s sacking from his job as SBS soccer commentator for having criticised the ANZAC rituals around the country and the world has again sparked discussion on “freedom of speech” in Australia. Monday’s Lateline’s program with Emma … Continue reading