[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: Quentin Jones SUFFERERS of ''mini strokes'' could be missing out on life-saving care because doctors are sending them home from hospital based on an inaccurate and misleading test, research shows. National guidelines have directed doctors to use
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: Quentin Jones The fights over the mining tax and a carbon price have starkly highlighted how the pendulum of power has swung in favour of big business. Instead of the government coming up with policies that best deliver its public interest ends
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: Quentin Jones Photo: Quentin Jones THREE months after Southern Cross Media's takeover of Austereo, the new entity has been relaunched under the brand Southern Cross Austereo, promising to offer advertisers access to 95 per cent of Australians.
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: Quentin Jones Rupert Murdoch discovered this week that media moguldom is not what it used to be. His halting performance before a parliamentary committee examined his proximity to political power, and nothing hurts power like having it
[Financial Times] - By John Plender Hilaire Belloc may not rank with Graham and Dodd for investment wisdom, but he does have something interesting to say about the world of finance, notably in his Cautionary Verse on the fate of John Vavassour de Quentin Jones.
[The Age] - Photo: Quentin Jones PHILLIP Hughes was devastated for Simon Katich, and knows there are a nation of armchair critics, still outraged at the veteran's dismissal, who are ready to pounce on the failures of the young man who replaces him.
[Sydney Morning Herald] - Photo: Quentin Jones All those hip, streetwise publications and websites are missing a trick. They're so busy concentrating on the buzzy inner urban areas of Surry Hills and Redfern, Darlington and Darlinghurst, they've completely ignored the zeitgeist