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Alan Belford Jones AO is an Australian radio broadcaster. He is a former coach of the Australia national rugby union team and rugby league coach and administrator. He has worked as a school teacher, a speech writer in the office of the Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, and in musical theatre. He has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Queensland, and completed a one-year teaching diploma at Worcester College, Oxford. He has received civil and industry awards.

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Alan Jones confident advertisers will return after Ardern comments spark exodus

Alan Jones is confident more advertisers will take the place of companies who have cut ties with his radio show over his comments about Jacinda Ardern.
SBS - Published

Josh Frydenberg defends Alan Jones as 'mainstay' of Australia's media

Josh Frydenberg has appeared to stand up for Alan Jones in the wake of his derogatory comments towards Jacinda Ardern.
SBS - Published

Alan Jones threatened with 'termination of his contract' if he does it again

Macquarie Media's chairman has told Alan Jones his contract will be terminated if he repeats commentary of the same nature as his remarks about NZ's PM.
SBS - Published

Radio boss warns Jones over NZ PM remarks

Macquarie Media's chairman has told Alan Jones his contract will be terminated if he repeats commentary of the same nature as his remarks about NZ's PM.
SBS - Published

The day I met Alan Jones: pity I didn't have a sock handy

A would-be shock-jock, he shocked nobody when he insulted the New Zealand Prime Minister this week. He's the same blowhard I encountered in the 1980s.
The Age - Published

Scott Morrison slams Alan Jones' call to 'shove sock down throat' of Jacinda Ardern

Radio host Alan Jones has come under fire for telling Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down [Jacinda Ardern's] throat" after she urged Australia to act on climate change.
SBS - Published Also reported by •The Age

Turnbull calls on Jones to apologise to Ardern for 'misogynistic rant'

Radio host Alan Jones has come under fire for telling Prime Minister Scott Morrison to "shove a sock down [Jacinda Ardern's] throat" after she urged Australia to act on climate change.
SBS - Published

CBD Sydney: Alan Jones tells the Liberal troops to go for fear campaigns

"Don’t be worried about running a fear campaign, because Australians are afraid," the broadcaster told new Liberal recruits.
The Age - Published

Uniting Church and Alan Jones back legal push to decriminalise ice use

Top lawyers including the NSW Bar Association are urging the government to adopt a public health-based approach to drug addiction.
The Age - Published

Rugby Australia had no choice but to tear up Folau's contract

Dear Alan Jones, Put up, or shut the hell up.
The Age - Published

Morrison has had one miracle – and now he needs another

The Coalition has spent three years mistaking Murdoch for the mainstream and Alan Jones for the man in the street. It narrowcast and forgot to broadcast.
The Age - Published

Regardless of why Labor lost, Daley's video was racist - and it cost

The Labor leader, by standing up to shock-jock Alan Jones, looked like a man to shake up the old order. Then he was exposed as just another politician.
The Age - Published

Shock jock Alan Jones donates cash to Mark Latham’s NSW campaign

NSW One Nation leader, Mark Latham, says shock jock Alan Jones has donated money to his election campaign and has promised to "not let him down".
SBS - Published

Labor vows to sack Alan Jones, SCG board

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley says he will sack broadcaster Alan Jones and other board members from the SCG Trust if he is elected premier on March 23.
SBS - Published

Labor vows to sack Alan Jones and SCG board in heated on-air clash over stadium

NSW Labor leader Michael Daley says he will sack broadcaster Alan Jones and other board members from the SCG Trust if he is elected premier on March 23.
SBS - Published

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