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Consumer win: Misleading conduct cases turn to scientific evidence

Recent cases of misleading and deceptive conduct show an increased role for scientific evidence in ...  
Behind the Liberal Party’s #FakeTradie ad: Massif artistic excellence

The Fake Tradie ad is an insightful piece of subversive modern performance art, says the fake ...  
RESEARCH: Sea level rise from global warming likely to cause massive costs

A simple relationship between sea level rise and the massive potential costs of future coastal ...  
The Superbowl ... and other adverts with a little bit of sport in the background

Corruption and advertising in sport. Once again, sports correspondent Lachlan Barker doesn't shy ...  
#CoalisAmazing? A brief history of mining industry spin

Coal’s critics have had their fun on Twitter with the Minerals Council's latest clumsy ads ...  
Worse than ice: Push to kill off killer alcohol during TV sports broadcasts

A new push out of Western Australia to reduce advertising for Australia's most dangerous drug on ...  
A father's wisdom

The venerable Mark Twain of Federal Parliament delivers some timely words of wisdom.  
Here we Joh again! Newman to spend $20m in pre-election ad blitz

The Campbell Newman LNP Government’s own figures and statements show it is set to spend nearly ...  
Punting on mugs: Australia’s dangerously deceptive gambling ads

The brazenness with which Australian commercial bookmakers promote their products seems to know no ...  
Here we Joh again! Leopard Newman removes Queenslanders' rights to object to mines

Just as Queensland considers some of the biggest mining proposals in its history, a midnight ...  
Selling

Award-winning veteran science journalist, Tim Radford of Climate News Network, reports on new ...  
Alan Jones and 2GB — lessons not learnt

By pulling all the ads from the Alan Jones Show, 2GB is losing money hand over fist — but have ...  
How the world's top brands greenwash the public

A new book by Guy Pearse reveals the so-called "green revolution" is largely being faked by big ...  
In a mediate danger (Part 3): Court by Ethics

If you think bypassing Australia’s court system via mediation is good a way to avoid expense and ...  
In a mediate danger (Part 1)

If you think bypassing Australia’s corrupt and cronyistic court system via mediation is a way to ...  
JC Decaux makes my day

The ubiquitous Sydney advertising billboards of JCDecaux are an unwelcome, dangerous and costly ...  
Are Heartland billboards the beginning of the end for climate denial?

Due to an astounding piece of over-reach, the campaign against climate change science by "tobacco ...  

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