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New Zealand–Australian media personality

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Derryn Hinch: New Zealand–Australian media personality
Derryn Nigel Hinch is an Australian Senator for Victoria and media personality, best known for his work on Melbourne radio and television.

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Hinch calls for end to MP allowance 'rort'

Federal politicians should not be able to claim unused allowances earmarked for electoral matters as "income", ex-senator Derryn Hinch says.
SBS - Published

From the Archives: Derryn Hinch sentenced to jail for contempt of court

In 1986, Derryn Hinch was sentenced to six weeks jail for contempt of court for media comments which could affect the fairness of a trial. A first in Australia.
The Age - Published

Derryn Hinch out as conservatives increase numbers in the Senate

The new-look Senate might make negotiations a little easier for Prime Minister Scott Morrison's Liberal-National government.
SBS - Published

'Vile': Hinch takes aim at Leyonhjelm in Hanson-Young defamation case

Victorian Senator Derryn Hinch has supported Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young's claim she that did not say in Parliament that "all men were rapists".
The Age - Published

Derryn Hinch forced to give evidence in Hanson-Young defamation case

David Leyonhjelm will call Senate colleagues to give evidence for him in the defamation case brought against him by Sarah Hanson-Young.
The Age - Published

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