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Posted 22 December 2011 - 11:32 PM
"Another time I would have liked to speak out was when Herald Sun columnist Steve Price suggested I didn't deserve a donated organ for liver cancer because of my past drinking. He conveniently omitted that cancerous tumours, rather than cirrhosis, had given me a death sentence. I guess what niggled me most about the column was the last paragraph. In a sanctimonious line, which he repeated on Channel 10's 7pm Project, Price said: 'Good luck, Derryn, and for God's sake keep off the grog.' That, aimed at an atheist who had stopped drinking five years earlier and had never had a .05 conviction. Unlike Price."
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Posted 03 April 2012 - 12:14 AM
Patrick George, senior partner at Kennedys law firm in Sydney said Mr Hinch had opened himself to contempt of court. ''He has effectively published the name by putting it on the blogsite, and if it's accessible in NSW, despite his disclaimer, the means of access that he's given people means that he's published it,'' Mr George said.
Posted 03 April 2012 - 01:30 AM
Derryn Hinch gives his opinion of Steve Price.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 10:26 AM
Two years ago I was a harsh critic of Twitter. Not interested. Didn't care what Shane Warne had for breakfast. Digital guru Ben Wise talked me into it. Now realise it's the biggest advance in media in my 50 years in the business. Likewise Facebook. Well, as of today, here I am. This is the only official Derryn Hinch/ HumanHeadline Facebook page. Welcome... and hope you share my road to where...?
Posted 30 August 2012 - 10:59 AM
Days before being sacked by 3AW this week, Derryn spoke candidly to ONE PLUS ONE about his 50 year journalism career in this exclusive television interview.
He reveals how he was molested as a child but did not pursue the perpetrator, why he is on a mission to change what he calls 'bad' laws and the lengths he will go to defend his beliefs.
He talks about his new life with a new liver and how he is grateful for the lease of life it's given him.
He says he hates the term shock-jock and he is not one. He is not a Kyle Sandilands, he insists.
This is an insight into a man who cannot compromise on speaking out when he feels there is injustice.
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