Fairfax front page when Gina gets control …

From @danilic (zoom in to read some of the smaller text)

About Ken Parish

Ken Parish is a legal academic, with research areas in public law (constitutional and administrative law), civil procedure and teaching & learning theory and practice. He has been a legal academic for almost 20 years. Before that he ran a legal practice in Darwin for 15 years and was a Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for almost 4 years in the early 1990s.
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JB Cairns
JB Cairns
9 years ago

is talking about coal black humour?

chrisl
chrisl
9 years ago

So long as it is not earnest

JB Cairns
JB Cairns
9 years ago

The front page is brilliant.

Yobbo
9 years ago

The above page would sell more copies than the current Age.

Skitz
Skitz
9 years ago

Typical comments coming from those who have no idea about anything. The only reason Swan/Gillard idiots are making such a fuss about this whole ownership thing is because Fairfax may actually START to give an unbiased view on current events. All our mainstream media as it stands is woefully biased and completely substandard. If you want to continue reading the garbage and lies that is being passed off as professional journalism currently, then be my guest. Pity for you. Personally, I hope more moguls like Gina take over some more media. Then we can get a more balanced view instead of the far-left, anti-wealth, anti-people, anti-freedom, eco-terrorist and hippocrtical members of our once great society.
You disgust me.

John C
John C
9 years ago
Reply to  Skitz

Hippocritical, hippocratic or hippopotamus, Skitz?
Speak up man, what are you trying to say?

JB Cairns
JB Cairns
9 years ago

I agree Skitz no-one would buy the Australian given it has been exposed as writing many things that were patently untrue.

Dallas Beaufort
Dallas Beaufort
9 years ago

The fairfax share holders could benefit from this broader audience outside the insular southern triangle.