Front page of the day. Sunday’s NY Post is, simply, a masterclass in tabloid front-page creation:

The Department of Corrections. Top secret … classified … apparently there’s a difference. From Saturday’s Sydney Morning Herald:

TVNZ issued search warrant for ‘cup of tea’

“TVNZ has received a search warrant from police seeking footage of the ‘cup of tea’ meeting between National leader John Key and Act candidate John Banks.The pair met at an Auckland cafe last Friday as a show of support for Banks in his bid to win the Epsom seat in the General Election. However, there has been much debate about the meeting after it emerged a recording had been made of it.” — TVNZ

Milly Dowler’s parents to testify at inquiry

“The parents of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler are expected to give powerful testimony on the impact of press intrusion as the first witnesses to Lord Justice Leveson’s inquiry into media standards on Monday.” — The Guardian

News Magazines rebrands to emphasise lifestyle focus

“News Magazines has relaunched as NewsLifeMedia in a move which positions the publisher as the lifestyle publishing arm of News Limited.” — mUmBRELLA

Gold Coast mayor unhappy with 60 Minutes

“Delinquent boys The Inbetweeners may be visiting the Gold Coast to promote their feature film, but Mayor Ron Clarke is unimpressed with last night’s 60 Minutes after the show depicted the tourist destination as ‘Australia’s crime capital.'” — TV Tonight