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November 2004

December 2004

  • December 3-4: The conservative Australian think tank the Institute of Public Affairs is hosting its inaugural Eureka Forum. The M.C for the event, which the IPA hopes will "help build a strong national network" to counter "environmental fundamentalism", will be Tim Lee from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's rural program Landline. Michael Short from the Australian Financial Review will be presenting on "The Greens & the Australian Media" along with IPA movers and shakers Jennifer Marohasy and Mike Nahan. Michael Thomson from Rural Press, which owns a network of newspapers across Australia, will speak at the conference breakfast.

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