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Response from SC Daily about Mal Brough's Ashbygate

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Margo Kingston has received a reply from the Sunshine Coast Daily to Sunday's open letter, asking them to ask Mal Brough some questions about Ashbygate.

Fisher candidate Mal Brough (image courtesy ABC)
Questions to answer: Fisher candidate Mal Brough (image courtesy ABC)

On Tuesday, 22 January 2013, Darren Burnett wrote:

Hi Margo

Thank you for your emails and correspondence regarding our campaign to fix the train service between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.

I have forwarded your list of questions to our journalist who we have assigned to ride the train to Brisbane with Mal Brough.

Regards

Darren Burnett

Editor in chief
Sunshine Coast Region
07 5430 8081
0407 589 114
sunshinecoastdaily.com.au

From: Margo Kingston
Date: Tuesday, 22 January 2013
Subject: Mal Brough
To: Darren Burnett <Darren.Burnett@scnews.com.au>

Hi Darren,

Thank you. I look forward to your journalists' report, and hope your local paper trumps the big media which has failed to ask the tough questions so many Australians want answered.

Yours sincerely,

Margo Kingston

 

UPDATE 5.18PM Tuesday 22/1/12:

On Tuesday, 22 January 2013, Darren Burnett wrote:

Thanks Margo.

We have one of our best and most fearless journos on this one so I know she won’t be backward in coming forward.

Darren Burnett

Editor in chief
Sunshine Coast Region
07 5430 8081
0407 589 114
sunshinecoastdaily.com.au

From: Margo Kingston
Date: Tuesday, 22 January 2013
Subject: Mal Brough
To: Darren Burnett <Darren.Burnett@scnews.com.au>

Brilliant! Locals tell me you have a great record in ensuring the Sunshine Coast's politicians are accountable to the people.

Sincerely and gratefully,

Margo

(For IA's full investigation into Ashbygate, please click here.)

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