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Sky News Outsiders – Cancel Culture

23 June 2020

Pushing back against Cancel Culture, the lunacy of wanting to defund the Police and why Adelaide’s statue of Charles Kingston isn’t going anywhere. Watch my chat with the Outsiders team from Sky News here:

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The Advertiser – Organisers cancel second Adelaide Black Lives Matter rally

11 June 2020

ANDREW HOUGH AND MATT SMITH SA News Organisers have cancelled a second planned mass anti-racism rally in Adelaide amid coronavirus restrictions as they prepare to meet the Premier to seek “change”. As SA Health today revealed the state had recorded 15 days of zero COVID-19 daily cases, indigenous campaigners accepted an offer to talk to […]

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Sky News – In terms of China it must always be ‘Australia first’

09 June 2020

The Chinese Communist Party warning Chinese students of the dangers of studying in Australia is preposterous. Watch my interview with Peter Gleeson of Sky News here:

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Daily Telegraph – Still a Test Tube Maybe

07 June 2020

SHARRI MARKSON Opinion By the day, it’s looking less likely that the coronavirus pandemic began with unhygienic exotic animals at the Wuhan wet market. There is now also global scientific debate among geneticists, immunologists and virologists about whether SARS-CoV-2 was genetically altered or is a naturally occurring virus. The conversation is moving quickly as more […]

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The Advertiser – Coronavirus victims’ families fear Black Lives Matter protest could trigger outbreak

06 June 2020

STEVE RICE AND ANDREW HOUGH Feature The grieving families of two South Australian coronavirus victims are urging protesters to rethink attending an Adelaide anti-racism rally over fears of a potential second outbreak. Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has granted a one-off exemption to allow thousands of people to gather in Victoria Square for a Black Lives […]

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