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If only NSW Labor had more ‘drubbings’ like the weekend’s

Crikey readers discuss the outcome of the NSW election and the tax white paper.

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Tips and rumours

It’s Ferguson v Ferguson in politics, plus the Spud Stasi are on the case.

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Kaspar Wowser

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Media briefs: Latham faces defo action … Q&A gets cuddly … front-page fight club …

Mark Latham will have to defend his comments about mothers with depression in court. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: MKR goes on holidays

Nine’s night because Seven went to sleep, resting The Beast (AKA My Kitchen Rules). The Block in all its glory did OK for Nine, but without any competition at all except the ABC’s news and current affairs line up (which appeals to grey headed, balding people like myself) failed to have any real impact on the […]

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No news but good news at SBS

Greens candidate “furious” over shafting in the NSW seat of Sydney. Shut up and tell happy stories: SBS staff warned to stop leaking to the media. Keane: how to design a fair tax system. Surprise! Voters want multinationals to pay their due. Why Lisa Pryor is suing Mark Latham. What shutting remote communities will do to Aboriginal art. And the Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo comes to Melbourne.

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Media briefs: Anzacs on Facebook … stranger than it looks … Collingwood’s newsroom …

Just what is going on at The Guardian with sponsored content?

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Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings: nothing stands in the way of cricket

Well, there was only one thing on TV last night and we all know what that was, don’t we? The World Cup cricket final and as expected, it dominated the night. The final had 3.155 million national viewers watching the final session (the Australian innings). 2.223 million in the metros and 932,000 in the regionals […]

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The rich get richer, the poor get the picture

Crikey readers discuss Malcolm Fraser’s Renew Australia party and other issues of the day.

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Tips and rumours

How much is the No Land Tax party paying its campaigners? Plus other whispers and murmerings.

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Baird’s secret to success: serving his constituents

Treasury rolls over on tax dodgers. News Corp brings Diggers back from the dead. Labor gets a drubbing in NSW, plus: we crash the Greens’ election-night party. Mayne: Slater and Gordon bets the house on UK venture. Is Alan Kohler on the way out? Rundle: farewell to ancient Sanaa. The Guardian’s shady corporate sponsor. And the shocking truth about Tele terror Tim Blair.

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Go the green and gold

Wondering what you’ve been missing out on at Crikey? We’ve had a huge week, so we thought we’d share some of the best stuff with you, including Malcolm Fraser’s plans to launch a new political party, aviation expert Ben Sandilands’ coverage of the Germanwings crash and a look at how the gender of a murder victim influences the tone of police statements and the resulting media coverage. Want to know more about the dangers of Mia Freedman’s drug endorsements or why the past crimes of Jill Meagher’s killer weren’t able to be reported? Click here to subscribe to Crikey.

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Tips and rumours

NSW elections gets silly in final stretch … Latham’s new audience … working is just not cricket …

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Fraser’s political manifesto not all it seems

Crikey readers discuss Fraser’s political plans and other issues of the day.

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Media briefs: hold the outrage … hail Fellowes … they like Mike …

Everyone joins Team Baird. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: nothing but the cricket

Seven rested The Beast last night, so instead of My Kitchen Rules eating its rivals last night, it was the second World Cup cricket semi final that devoured the opposition, setting up a big final on Sunday.  Nothing else mattered last night — Nine’s domination was complete. The coverage though from Star of India (part of the […]

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Go the green and gold

Keane: why data retention is just the beginning. Adrian Bayley suppression order “went too far”. Ben Sandilands on the likely fallout from the Germanwings crash. A desperate Luke Foley plays the race card. The oddballs vying for your vote in NSW. Latham turns libertarian? Mayne: Fairfax finds a successor. And Grumpy Cat for the Greens.

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Media briefs: nice guys … Rupert loves Clarkson … Harper Lee cover unveiled …

Why is The Age quizzing Nick Stevens’ former teammates on what a great guy he is? And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings: comedy v drama

First let me apologise to everyone who didn’t watch Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell at 8.30 on ABC last night, or the program that followed, Stop Laughing This is Serious, which is the video history of Australian comedy. They were rotten programs, too funny, too interesting. So don’t watch again you ungrateful … More than a million […]

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Mia Freedman’s dad takes on Guy Rundle

Crikey readers, including the father of one of Australia’s most successful businesswomen, discuss issues of the day.

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Tips and rumours

The Small Business Minister is in the shadow of his higher-profile (and better-looking) colleague, but he doesn’t mind. Plus other whispers and innuendo …

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Fraser a great statesman to the last

Malcom Fraser’s vision for Australia: we reveal the manifesto he was working on up until his death. Oakeshott: why Baird won’t be able to deliver poles and wires. Mayne: how Gerry Harvey got rich(er) while small investors missed out. The Lib colleague who covets Turnbull’s looks. Scott Morrison tries to prove he’s not just a heartless border cop. And the Wet Whistleblower: The Guardian schmoozes Sydney’s media establishment.

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