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Tips and rumours: Prince Adam of Braitling? Things are getting very weird in the NT

Travel rorts in the deep north.

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Has MH370 been found?

Before everyone loses their damn minds over some wreckage found near Mauritius, there are some important issues to address.

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Don’t knock speeding fines

Crikey readers discuss Bronwyn Bishop and other issues of the day.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: dueling cooking shows fail to excite

The two cooking programs — Seven had Restaurant Revolution and The Hotplate on Nine — added precisely zilch to the TV viewing experience last night, but helped produce an underlining of the split in the national TV audience that has been growing for the past couple of years. You see it in the way programs on Nine and Ten are well […]

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Is Miranda Devine right? Are speeding fines outrageous?

Enormous numbers of infringement notices for speeding are issued each year. More than three quarters are for relatively low level offences yet the level of fines is punitive for ordinary households

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Razer: at least the ALP fucks up in plain sight

Say what you will about the Labor Party, it is certainly committed to “openness”.

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Media briefs: the beauty of ripping off others’ work … no square eyes … Cosby’s accusers speak …

Nobody is watching TV anymore. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

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Press Council softens, with fewer reprimands in 2014-15

Print media organisations had to print fewer Press Council adjudications in 2014-15 than in the previous year.

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NT statehood by 2018? What a croc

The Northern Territory is simply too valuable as a laboratory for the federal government’s paternalistic social experiments.

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Earth-like planet might hint at our beginning, and foretells our doom

The prosaically named Kepler 425b might be capable of supporting life. But its star is about to explode and destroy it.

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Referring to people with disabilities: a how-to guide

Ever wonder how to refer to people with disabilities without being offensive? Louisa Willoughby has some rules to follow that should avoid any unintended rudeness.

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Third time lucky for Shorten’s disclosures?

It’s taken way too many goes for Bill Shorten to get his declarations right.

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Regulators, mount up

The Abbott govt continues to tighten the screws on regulation.

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How ice like today’s causes plane crashes

Those grumbling about grounded flights at Melbourne Airport this morning should be thanking their lucky stars the ice was detected and addressed.

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Textual liberation for your aural pleasure

Ever wonder if wordy podcasts are worth it? It seems that at least one of them is. Elisabeth Griffiths has a listening recommendation for Fully Sic readers.

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How Fairfax got it so wrong on transport numbers

Half of all commuters in Sydney and more than a third in Melbourne travel to their job by public transport according to The Age. Sounds wonderful, but unfortunately Fairfax got it wrong.

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Razer: your hot liberal daddy fantasies aside, Atticus Finch is not the hero for our time

Claims that a new, racist Atticus Finch are “difficult” or that these represent a “lost innocence” are abundantly stupid.

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Glenn Dyer’s TV ratings: more bad news for Seven

Week over and won by Nine. Last night in metro markets was another night Seven would like to forget. Yes, there was a small improvement in House Rules, but that was barely enough to bother the excitement meter. In the morning Today (316,000) beat Sunrise (293,000) in the metros, but was well beaten nationally. In […]

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Essential: positions on indigenous recognition harden

Positions are hardening on recognition of indigenous Australians in the constitution, and voters support much tougher carbon emissions targets, this week’s Essential Report shows.

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