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Media briefs: Apologies galore … USA Today tomorrow? … in the name of love …

Bernardi scores an apology. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Ping pong diplomacy … Eurovision psephology … Centrelink stuck in the Summer of Love …

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The real reasons for Abbott’s policy stumbles

Crikey readers discuss the policy stumbles of the Abbott government and other issues of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a big win for Seven

An easy, easy win for Seven, thanks to the big audience for the second and final part of the mini-series, Catching Milat. It had 2.224 million viewers last night across the country. It added 70,000 viewers nationally from the debut (2.174 million a week ago) with slightly fewer viewers in the regions and 92,000 more […]

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Congratulations, Ireland

Who leaked to Laurie? Why we may never know. The inside word on Greg Moriarty. Plagiarism at Fairfax. Eurovision is just geopolitics dressed up in sequins. Is Mamamia up for sale? The great MH370 cover-up. The Saturday Paper says sorry. How Abbott can become the real infrastructure PM. And stop the hipsters: onesies banned by Immigration.

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Media briefs: who funds Eurovision? … Daily Review mutinies … the cost of phone-hacking …

The only thing worse than losing Eurovision, is winning it. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Armaguard boss sacked … Bill Leak in trouble … and other tips and rumours

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: the divide between city and country

Ten’s night really in metro markets, even though the figures for Total People give Nine a small win. The real story was the second best night for Ten this year in the metros (The best night was the finale of I’m A Celebrity …) with a main channel win and in its way for a […]

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Fighting for free speech in academia and medicine

Crikey readers discuss free speech and other issues of the day.

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Yes, Twiggy, miners have too much power

BOM climate scientists under attack. Keane: what does Abbott stand for? Regional newsrooms close. Rundle: how the right is eating itself. What the world’s media are saying about Tony “nope, nope, nope” Abbott. Bill Leak fires back at the RSL: “I won’t be backing down”. Labor’s new president. Our Eurovision drinking game. And Crikey’s Daily Review leaves the nest.

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Tips and rumours

Try calling Centrelink now … Aston vs Sampson, a battle of brawn and ego … a young person finds a timecapsule …

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a close night for reality programs

A close night in metro markets, but not in the regions where narrow results from the two previous nights were forgotten as Seven sprinted to a big, big lead. In metro markets Seven won Total People by 2 points, in the regions it was by 9 points. Nine won Sydney and Melbourne, Seven won the […]

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Media briefs: job cuts ahoy … soccer scrutiny … Tinkler carded …

The Wall Street Journal is slashing newsroom jobs. And other media tidbits of the day.

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The big picture on developing northern Australia

Crikey readers discuss northern development, the ALP and other issues of the day.

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Kaspar Wowser

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A week in the life of our fearless leaders

Keane: the great superannuation rort. Are criminals really funding terror groups? Not quite (NB: News Corp and Fairfax) … Rundle: how the latte-sippers and chardonnay-swillers made a comeback. Myanmar’s refugee crisis: the biggest exodus since Vietnam. Poll Bludger dissects that “budget bounce”. And young person discovers phone book, freaks out.

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Tips and rumours

Blame it on the weatherman? Not at the ABC … have we found the PMs oldest fan? … and when libertarians and radical feminists collide …

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Media briefs: Dave says goodnight … News’ tax position … killer pun …

Even News Corp admits it tax situation is a bit “complex”. That is one word for it. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: thank goodness for Masterchef

Not Seven’s night last night as the three reality programs —  Masterchef Australia, House Rules and Reno Rumble  — again went head to head in a rather fruitless battle for supremacy. Masterchef Australia won the night with more than 1.5 million national viewers over House Rules with 1.278 million and Reno Rumble with 1.146 million. That’s despite Reno Rumble having more […]

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The elephant in the Uber

Crikey readers discuss the Labor Party’s future and other issues of the day.

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Northern Australia a costly distraction

Why the govt’s small business write-off is not worth much at all. Rundle: you can now blame Brandis for every bad musical. The ABC blocks protesting climate scientists. Keane: what’s the game plan with Islamic State? Sacked SBS journo to test the limits of workplace law. Beecher: how Murdoch controls his minions. And the ‘Eastern bloc’ Greens bite back.

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Tips and rumours

Albo rocks the Bella Union … Kevin Andrews’ fan base … John Oliver v Barnaby Joyce …

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