Sir Murray Rivers
Comedy, Creative Entertainment, Hosts/MC's
Sir Murray Rivers QC (Retired) is one of Australia's most controversial legal and political figures. He is a former Victorian Supreme Court Judge and an outspoken media commentator on ABC Radio.
Sir Murray Rivers QC has often been described in political circles as "The Graham Richardson of the Liberal Party”. He is, as Monarchists will know, founder and Director of the Centre of Monarch Retention, based at the Melbourne Club. As a lawyer and former Supreme Court Judge, Sir Murray is more than qualified to speak on what is wrong within the legal system. As Chairman of the board of a number of companies’ medical, legal, financial, timber (you name it), he is a former Senior Advisor to the Howard Government on race relations’ and other matters affecting the Australian racing industry. Sir Murray is also a private consultant in the defence area, as well as advising the Minister for Defence on a range of weapons purchasing matters.
He is currently “Ambassador At Large” for the Howard Government, touring the colony and addressing the party faithful on the current state of the colony. His wide ranging address is constantly updated and includes current, topical subjects ranging from Corporate Governance and Ethics, to his views on IVF programs, the Opposition parties, the state of the Unemployed, the environment and whatever else he feels he might like to pontificate on to a grateful nation.
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"Brian's performance was top class, Sir Murray Rivers red carded the Mayor! Brian is a very talented and funny man! It was a pleasure to have Brian and Sir Murray at the World Environment Day Dinner and we hope in the future he will come again."
City of Greater Geelong, Annual World Environment Day Dinner