Your beloved Editor-in-Chief, Andrew Landeryou, has been sacked by unanimous vote of the VEXNEWS Editorial Advisory Board. We give him one last rant to claim credit, idly boast, tell a few war-stories and ride off into the sunset.
When The Age hackers were first accused of hacking offences, they denied it. Then they claimed it was in the 'public interest' and would be fighting it all the way when they were charged by prosecutors. Now, as their day of justice draws closer, the hackers now seem ready to confess their alleged crimes in a desperate bid to avoid jail.
A university study on the political inclinations of Australian journos has caused quite a stir, especially its findings on the ABC's editorial staff.
Charged with crimes that could get them two years imprisonment, three arrogant Fairfax journos and a senior Greensparty operative and state government bureaucrat didn't bother attending the Melbourne Magistrates Court for the first hearing Thursday.
Jonathan Green is far from the most odious of the ABCistas. But his insistence that his form of lefty journalism is impartial and all-knowing and that conservatives are ignorant and corrupted by propagandising is tiresome and clearly contradicted by the evidence.
The official organ of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Press TV, has hilariously denounced VEXNEWS as a tool of "Western imperialism and global Zionism" for uncovering their Sydney correspondent, Edwina Storie's illustrious history of glamour modelling. Are you ready to rumble?
Press TV's unlikely correspondent Edwina Storie has spoken out exclusively to VEXNEWS about her reaction to last week's globally viral story on her exploits. It appears the Iranian propaganda channel will not have the pleasure of Ms Storie's company for much longer.