Media

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Right to Rome? The debate over Latin on the curriculum
Hysteria followed Whitehall dropping Latin abbreviations from its website, but in schools the battleground is the link between the dead language and class

Gary Nunn

19, Aug, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Newspaper ABCs, Gawker axed, ITV shutdown
Our new-look morning briefing highlights the big stories of the day, including is the only way up for newspaper website traffic?

19, Aug, 2016 @7:42 AM

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Sisters sacked by Channel Seven after lodging sexual harassment complaint
Amy and Sophie Taeuber worked for Seven in Adelaide when one of them lodged a complaint against a senior producer

Amanda Meade

18, Aug, 2016 @10:24 PM

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Gawker.com to shut down next week after acquisition by Univision
Flagship website of Gawker Media to close in wake of crippling lawsuit brought by Hulk Hogan and bankrolled by Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel

Megan Carpentier

18, Aug, 2016 @6:22 PM

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National newspaper sites' traffic slides after Brexit bounce
Telegraph and Independent are worst hit as big audiences for EU referendum coverage fall away and Facebook tweaks algorithm

Jasper Jackson

18, Aug, 2016 @12:26 PM

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Trinity Mirror's ex-legal director Paul Vickers joins the Telegraph
Executive who led publisher’s response to the phone-hacking scandal and helped set up Ipso takes permanent role after consulting

Mark Sweney

18, Aug, 2016 @11:21 AM

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Sky News' Poppy Trowbridge to be chancellor's special adviser
Broadcaster’s consumer affairs correspondent follows former political editor Joey Jones in moving into government

Jasper Jackson

18, Aug, 2016 @10:55 AM

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Women hit the headlines in sport – why aren't there more writing about it?
The Rio Olympics have seen sportswomen in the spotlight – but female sports journalists still find it hard to break through

Suzanne Franks

18, Aug, 2016 @9:39 AM

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ITV to shut down for an hour as part of post-Olympic sports event
Broadcaster to switch off on bank holiday weekend to promote I Am Team GB, which aims to encourage people to play sport

Mark Sweney

18, Aug, 2016 @8:59 AM

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BBC Scotland, Telegraph offer, Stephen Bannon
Our new-look morning briefing highlights the big stories of the day, including how can the BBC overcome perceptions of bias?

18, Aug, 2016 @7:41 AM

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Scottish viewers still concerned about BBC news impartiality, research finds
Concerns were voiced about bias during independence referendum – and Scots’ view of corporation has barely improved since

Jasper Jackson

18, Aug, 2016 @6:55 AM

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Journalists and police join forces to oppose corruption investigation secrecy
Majority of submissions to Queensland’s Crime and Corruption Commission favour confidential complaints to remove risk of politically motivated referrals

Joshua Robertson

18, Aug, 2016 @4:41 AM

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