Confused? Bored? You shouldn’t be
Last updated at 17:16, Tuesday, 04 December 2012
It should have been relatively simple – relatively being the operative word. Crime and punishment usually is that way. You break the law, you’re named, shamed and you pay the price.
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My Father always used to say the newspapers could always make a headlin it was easy all you had to do was ring a high profile person ask them something like are you having an affair with so and so,they say no and your headline is X denys affair with Y
result people buy paper because there is no fire without smoke ,the only thing to beleive in the papers is the football scores and I confirm them on sky sports
Hi,Derek (Dec 9, 22.12) - I will have a look at the headline you mention with regard to drink driving.Ian
@Ian Online Editor
The Australian show - look what they have done. It doesn't really matter who it is does it? It's the media in general, whether it's redtops, broadsheets, TV News, current affairs programs, radio shows, breakfast telly, CN Publishing - you name it, they all want something to make the viewer tune in, buy in, look in - the more viewers the more advertising, the more advertising the more revenue - go on, tell me you're just running a newspaper as a charity?