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Child support payments should be paid on time and in full. Failure to pay child support payments will result in penalties. Refer to this article to learn what those penalties are and how the federal government handles child support non-payment. Child Support Payments, Needy People, Innocent People, Sergio Moro, Answer To Life, Federal Prison, Prison Cell, Fear Of Flying, People In Need

Watchdog or Lapdog: business journalism is faltering while other investigations rise

Business journalists don't rate ASIC to hold businesses to account, so believe their work to be vital. But it's declining, at the same time papers devote more time to other investigations. Legal challenges, and the concerns of advertisers, take their toll.

Allowing the ABC to run ads would siphon profits out of free-to-air TV networks and lead to an overall lower price per ad slot, even for newspapers. Free To Air, Tvs, Ronald Mcdonald, Commercial, Tv

Commercial TV's worst nightmare is an ad-supported ABC

Allowing the ABC to run ads would siphon profits out of free-to-air TV networks and lead to an overall lower price per ad slot, even for newspapers.

The Bananas in Pyjamas are an iconic Aussie bros team. Banana In Pyjamas, Kids Tv Shows, 90s Kids, Spa Day, Childhood Memories, Movie Tv, Depression, Pikachu, Disney Characters

Razer: Working at the ABC is no day spa | Daily Review: Film, stage and music reviews, interviews and more.

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+The personal, it seems, has become conclusively political, and never quite so much as in the case of newly announced ABC funding cuts. On Monday as ABC staff awaited its executive’s response, Fairfax opened a deeply personal vein and allowed a former manager to bleed politics all over the page.

Razer: the premature apotheosis of Karl Stefanovic, or the media is useless Ice Dance, Music Is Life, Brave, Dancing, Interview, King, Dance

Razer: the premature apotheosis of Karl Stefanovic, or the media is useless | Daily Review: Film, stage and music reviews, interviews and more.

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+In a land of the despairing, the chipper man is king and so, morning television’s most radiant head has risen to be crowned. Karl Stefanovic, a man hitherto distinguished as runner-up in Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice, in recent weeks has been elevated and applauded as brave, heroic and progressive. What Stefanovic, a

Clive Palmer accuses Jacqui Lambie of being Liberal, Labor plant Sick Burns, Plant, Books, Libros, Book, Book Illustrations, Plants, Replant, Libri

Clive's burn book

After Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie cut ties with the Palmer United Party, Clive had a few choice words about her. Crikey intern Diana Hodgetts compiles Clive's sickest burns.

Lateline saved, ABC sacks 400 staff for budget cuts Online Publications, Web Magazine, Budgeting, Neon Signs, Sacks, Drum, Writers, Magazines, Opportunity

A speedy execution: 400 staff made redundant as ABC responds to budget cuts

One in 10 ABC staff will be shown the door, and though Lateline was saved, state 7.30 reports will be axed.

Taxi Driver Movie - Celeb Nip Slip, Celeb Upskirt, and other Pictures THEY don't want YOU to see! Kim Kardashian Paper, Jean Paul Goude, Jonathan Swift, New York Winter, Don Juan, Taxi Driver, Losing Her, Famous Women, Journals

Rundle: the Philae landing, Jonathan Swift, and Kim Kardashian's arse

Two world-shattering events occurred last week: we landed a probe on a comet, and Kim Kardashian got naked on the cover of a magazine. Crikey's writer-at-large ponders the significance of the two.

SBS Dateline will be cancelled, killed, axed from November 18 30 Years, November, How To Plan, November Born

SBS insider reveals secret plan to kill Dateline

SBS' international current affairs show Dateline has won numerous awards in its 30 years on air. But supervising producer Allan Hogan reveals the show is about to be gutted.

Some tablets on the market include the iPad, Nexus, Kindle Fire and Surface. But which tablet should you buy? Discover an overview of your tablet options. Ipad Air, Ipad Mini 2, Ipod Touch, Crochet Mobile, Gadgets, Cell Phone Pouch, Nexus 7, User Guide, Duck Blind

Stilgherrian: malicious software spreads seeds of doubt in Apple's magic garden

A new piece of malware surfacing in China has torn down Apple users' claims that its operating systems are immune to attack.

Razer’s class warfare: Sharri v Barrie — a tedious set of self-referential ping pong Federal Budget, New Politics, State Government, Warfare, Be Still, Budgeting, Campaign, Self, Australia

Razer's class warfare: Sharri v Barrie -- a tedious set of self-referential ping pong

Sharri Markson's incorrigible self-interest is actually a symptom shared by many journalists in an industry that won't stop talking about itself.

Mayne: Murdoch's salary skyrockets off backs of shareholders Rupert Murdoch, Cash Advance, Reading, Fictional Characters, Reading Books, Fantasy Characters

Mayne: Murdoch salaries hit $600 million -- but you wouldn't read about it

The Oz has revealed that the ABC's Mark Scott got a pay rise -- but the paper is strangely silent on the massive pay packets taken home by the Murdoch family.

ABC News Intern: ABC can't cut transmission costs New Politics, News Articles, Abc News, Australia

The ABC debate: ABC News Intern weighs in

No, the ABC could not cut transmission costs by putting everything online, writes mysterious Twitter personality ABC News Intern.

Guy Rundle in the world's first video rental store Are You Serious, Weird News, Old Video, Weird Stories, First Video, Bouldering, First World, Las Vegas, Interview

Rundle: On the world's oldest video rental store in Boulder, Colorado | Daily Review: Film, stage and music reviews, interviews and more.

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google+ The strip mall has no name, just a double-storeyed row of shops, with an improbably retro collection of services — a flotation tank outfit, a jazzercise studio, the glass gallery — in a place with no name. “We just call it … East Boulder” said the guy in

ABC managing director Mark Scott has called for the Federal Government to give more detail over proposed funding cuts to the national broadcaster. Challenges, Aussies, Confident, Key, Future, Digital, Life, Future Tense, Unique Key

The ABC debate: Mark Scott on why the ABC is just fine as it is

The ABC isn't offering anything radically new -- it's just updating its mission for the digital age, writes ABC managing director Mark Scott.

The ABC debate: game shows and drama not part of the ABC Act Lineup, Acting, Comedy, Interview, Film, Night, Concert, Dramas, Music

The ABC debate: game shows and drama not part of the ABC Act

Any debate about the future of the ABC has to take into account its charter -- and nowhere does it say the national broadcaster must air drama, comedy, sport and game shows, writes Geoff Heriot, former chief of corporate planning and governance at the ABC.