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Articles by Crikey

Meet your new Primary Health Network … but you can’t call it that.

When is a Primary Health Network not a Primary Health Network? When lawyers get involved.

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Default schmefault: the Greeks bear no gifts, and that’s just fine

There’s nothing all that remarkable about Greece’s current position, writes freelance journalist and economist Jason Murphy.

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‘Clickbait at your peril’: Hockey ruling makes digital publishing harder

The Hockey-Fairfax judgment threatens to radically alter how publishers approach social media promotion, write Myriam Robin and Margot Saville.

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Business bites: Greece in default … ambulance chasers exalt … IOOF whose fault? …

Greece is officially in default. Now what? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Isentia Index: Q&A talk still lingers as new citizenship and asylum seeker laws are passed

Discussion of that Q&A episode continues.

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Tips and rumours

What is going on at the Migration Review Tribunal? … Don’t call them Primary Health Networks … Clinton v fax machines …

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Media briefs: News Corp on family violence … ad revenues … 18c drinking game …

News Corp loves reporting on domestic violence … when Muslims are perpetrating it. And other media tidbits of the day.

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The enemy of your enemy is not your friend

Crikey readers discuss soccer, Q&A and other issues of the day.

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Hockey verdict creates a climate of fear

Be afraid: how Hockey’s defamation win will affect you.

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The Labor Herald is still Pozible … maybe

The publication Labor is calling “Labor’s Crikey” is asking for more money.

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Where did the $40 million we sent to Cambodia go?

Australia spent $40 million to resettle asylum seekers in Cambodia … but how is it being spent?

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A 2010 timeline: Julian Assange leaks, the iPad launches, Crikey turns 10

Gillard knifes Rudd, Julian Assange makes Wikileaks famous and the first iPad hits shelves.

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Business bites: Greece to vote no … China market woes … trouble in Puerto Rico …

The United States has its own little Greece, with Puerto Rico declaring that it can’t pay its debts. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Media waltz right past Matildas, showering loser Socceroos with love

The Matildas have consistently outperformed the Socceroos — but you wouldn’t know it from the pitiful media coverage they get, writes freelance journalist Brihony Tulloch.

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Buddy, can you spare a dime (to read Andrew Bolt)?

News Corp may be trying to get expose more affluent, educated readers to its tabloid papers, with a new promotion allowing The Australian’s readers to get a tabloid for an extra 10 cents.

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Tips and rumours

Did Bridget McKenzie now know about the Greyhound? … Malcolm Turnbull silent on Wickr … Labor Herald’s hat in hand …

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Media briefs: sick burn … NBC tops Trump … Greece is the word …

Why Henry Ergas and classical liberals need to pick up their game. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Look at Shorten’s actions, not his words

Crikey readers discuss the Labor party and other issues of the day.

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Kaspar Wowser

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Trust us, we’re journalists!

And the wooden spoon for Australia’s dodgiest newspaper goes to …

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Game of Indi

Who will the Nationals pick for Indi?

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Behind Indi: finding the personal in the political

A filmmaker tells the story of how one of the Liberal Party’s most hated MPs, Sophie Mirabella, lost her sea. Freelance journalist Nick Fogarty reports.

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Business bites: Greek bank run … China under the gun … breakfast fun …

What in the world is going on in Greece? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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A half-century of the government trying to undermine the ABC

The ABC has been at the centre of a political tug-of-war for decades, writes freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian.

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Tips and rumours

Guess who’s back for Indi … Butt plugs for terrorism? … Malcolm Turnbull’s stuck in the middle …

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