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The ATO gets down with the kids … war tourism gets glossy … Oz deputy editor treads the boards …

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Setting the record straight on Zug

Crikey readers discuss tax avoidance and other issues of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: The Beast is back

A big win for Seven in metro and especially regional markets, thanks to The Beast (AKA My Kitchen Rules) and the Russell Crowe movie, The Water Diviner (which Seven helped finance and produce), which you’d have to say under-performed last night given it was on TV only three months after premiering in Australia (and in […]

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Media briefs: Gallipoli fatigue? … WSJ (finally) gets a Pulitzer … Photoshop of horrors …

How many positive reviews does a Gallipoli drama need to get viewers tuning in? And other media tidbits of the day.

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Cambodia refugee deal a new low

Glenn Stevens’ unusually frank advice for Joe Hockey. Will Gina be the straw that breaks Twiggy’s back? Razer: leave Madge alone. Katter to run for Higgins. Left-wing think tank veers right? Fray’s foray into theatre. Essential: voters reckon the Coalition governs for the rich. Have we reached peak Gallipoli? And the ATO does listicles.

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The danger of rubbery figures

Crikey readers discuss jobs figures and other issues of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Guess who’s got good dance moves? … the Norfolk Island anthem controversy … the public servants’ guide to ethical failure …

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Media briefs: no drops on terrorism raids .. Oz confirms its losses … Ten’s latest suitor …

Melbourne’s metros miss out hot raid news, plus other media tidbits of the day

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: Anzac fatigue

A close night. Nine did slightly better than Seven in metro and regional markets and Ten and the ABC also did OK (closeish). Seven’s News was tops, boosted by having various AFL games as the lead in program in some markets — it had 2.1 million national viewers. My Kitchen Rules had 1.980 million national viewers (a […]

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Who’s in charge here?

How a Labor senator saved the government from itself. The CIA cracks down on whistleblowers — except in Hollywood. Rundle on the hustings with Boris Johnson. Keane: politics is becoming more professional, media less so, and that’s bad news for everyone. Mayne: the banking editor who went radical left to gain ALP preselection. And Gina Rinehart cuts a rug.

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Media briefs: comments section sausage fest … ignore the surveys … Chelsea Clinton backs her mum …

The comment sections on news websites are massive sausage-fests, new research says. And other media tidbits of the day.

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It’s all just a little bit of history repeating

Crikey readers discuss the Anzacs and other issues of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Pollies co-opt Anzac Day … Treasury fails at social media … it’s official: RIP Democrats …

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a disappointment all round

Nine’s night in the metros, but not in the regionals where Seven was a very easy winner. That’s yet another example of the clear split between metro and regional viewers that many in TV ignore. Seven’s new line up didn’t really grab metro viewers. Home and Away did OK nationally with 1.233 million viewers , […]

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More consensus, please

Keane: Abbott must step in over states’ GST spat. The brands and pollies cashing in on Anzac. Fairfax forges ahead with massive cuts to regional newsrooms. Rundle: did Sinn Fein just drop a bombshell? No Land Tax, no deal: Animal activists win final seat in NSW. Left-wing think tank cleaned out. And the Liberal MPs who should totally start a boy band.

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Kaspar Wowser

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Tips and rumours

The IPA has another win … is Julia Gillard a pirate? … Turnbull’s throwback Thursday …

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Don’t blame the union for workers refusing to join it

Crikey readers have their say on Fairfax radio job losses and other issues of the day.

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Media briefs: 2UE’s revenge … Tele still Tory … Turnbull’s pout …

Ray Hadley thinks 4BC couldn’t get much worse. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: a strange night for Nine

Finally a monster of a night for Seven. Not so much for The Beast’s performance (AKA My Kitchen Rules), but for the solid performance by the fresh Criminal Minds straight after which was the third most watched program in prime time, giving Seven a very dominant win in metro and regional markets. My Kitchen Rules had […]

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We need real action on mental health

Suppressed report revealed: government commission slams mental health system. “In Cambodia, there are jobs for migrants”: the lies our government peddles to asylum seekers. Rundle on why the Right need to leave Anzac Day alone. Jake Lynch called to account in BDS fracas. And did Julia Gillard pirate Game of Thrones?

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Isentia Index: GST carve up in the air as Hockey calls for change

State politics have taken a national bent, with WA fighting to keep its GST revenue.

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