ABC audiences and Fairfax readers deserve better
READERS of the Fairfax press and ABC audiences must have been surprised by major political announcements of late. The Rudd government's axing of its $2.45 billion roof insulation scheme, the scrapping of Green Loans and the review of the $16.2 billion school building program must have come as a bolt from the blue for those relying solely on The Sydney Morning Herald and The 7.30 Report for news as coverage of the problems besetting the schemes had been so scant.
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