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Has the ABC royally violated its Charter?

16 May 2023

4:30 AM

16 May 2023

4:30 AM

On May 6, King Charles III was officially crowned King of Australia. At the same time, the ABC crowned itself with a dunce’s hat.

Irrespective of their political hue, Australians recognised that the crowning of the King was an historic occasion. And it wasn’t only Australians. Leaders from around the world came to be part of the spectacle of the coronation and pay their respect.

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