Alan Jones (radio broadcaster)
Australian radio broadcaster, rugby union coach, and rugby league coach and administrator
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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 sanctioned over Jacinda Ardern comments, 'inaccurate' reportingOutgoing Sydney radio 2GB host Alan Jones has been taken to task by the industry regulator over comments he made on-air about climate change and Jacinda Ardern.
Radio host Alan Jones sanctioned by ACMAOutgoing Sydney radio 2GB host Alan Jones has been taken to task by the industry regulator over comments he made on-air about climate change and Jacinda Ardern.
Australians divided on legacy of influential radio host Alan JonesControversial shock jock Alan Jones has divided opinion once again after announcing he will call an end to his 35-year career in radio.
Alan Jones announces retirement from 2GB RadioAlan Jones has announced his retirement from radio broadcasting after a 35-year career during which he dominated Sydney's airwaves.
Alan Jones puts lives at risk with his take on coronavirusWhen it comes to Alan Jones I have been gobsmacked many times, but I think never has my gob been more smacked than Monday last.
Prime Minister joins Alan Jones in criticising Folau's bushfire commentsThe broadcaster has been a vocal supporter of Folau, but is now joining the criticism of the sacked Wallaby after Folau linked bushfires to same-sex marriage and abortion.
Scott Morrison, John Howard pay tribute to Tony Abbott at dinner hosted by Alan JonesMore than 1000 guests, including high-profile Liberal figures, have celebrated former Prime Minister Tony Abbott's 25 years in public life.
Tablet interactive: Trouble in Team Jones as the butler boltsBroadcaster Alan Jones and his trusted manservant have recently parted ways.
An emotional farmer has pleaded for Scott Morrison's help on Alan Jones' radio programA desperate farmer phoned Alan Jones' radio show and pleaded with Scott Morrison to help with the drought.
Alan Jones confident advertisers will return after Ardern comments spark exodusAlan 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.
Josh Frydenberg defends Alan Jones as 'mainstay' of Australia's mediaJosh Frydenberg has appeared to stand up for Alan Jones in the wake of his derogatory comments towards Jacinda Ardern.
Alan Jones threatened with 'termination of his contract' if he does it againMacquarie 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.
Radio boss warns Jones over NZ PM remarksMacquarie 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.
The day I met Alan Jones: pity I didn't have a sock handyA 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.
Scott Morrison slams Alan Jones' call to 'shove sock down throat' of Jacinda ArdernRadio 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.
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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.
Uniting Church and Alan Jones back legal push to decriminalise ice useTop lawyers including the NSW Bar Association are urging the government to adopt a public health-based approach to drug addiction.