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Watching the media on the Pell controversy

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

With Catholic Archbishop George Pell occupying plenty of news space, we at Crikey have cranked up our media monitoring service and it's fair to say that the media hasn't covered itself in glory on this one. And we've only just started scratching the surface.

Cronyism and the new Rann government

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Crikey is heading to Adelaide later this week for a defamation settlement conference with Senator Nick Bolkus. Whilst in town we'll be having a further look at the Rann government and publish these recent sealed sections as a forerunner.

ALP insider, rugby, Singapore, Eddie's conflicts, stadiums, Zemaniac and Rupert

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

JA should be disciplined for Lleyton compliment G'day Crikey. This one's for Patrick Fitzgerald. The one I heard recently was

Delia Delegate dishes dirt doozies

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Crikey has no idea who Delia Delegate is but she is filing amazing material every day. Check out this latest amazing piece on the war in the Victorian ALP which has the whole party buzzing.

How a stop-go man got the top media job in the country

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Crikey does not know the author of this piece and doesn't agree with the savage attacks on the likes of Max Euchtritz and Quentin Dempster. However, this whistleblower is entertaining and very well informed so we are obliged to give it an airing and just hope I won't get sacked from my two remaining spots on ABC radio.

It's been a huge week in football here there and everywhere

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Patrick Fitzgerald loads up again for his take on yet another "big week in sport".

A tale of two telecoms turkeys

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Crullers reports on the recent AGMs of Orange and Open Tel, and charts some of the chequered history of Wayne Passlow's once golden telecommunications stock.

Labor frontbenchers in love

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

There really is something for everyone in this effort from Hillary but Crikey is especially fascinated by the Labor love nest tale.

The voiceless still not heard

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Excellent freelance journalist Stuart Mackenzie has analysed the various submissions and transcripts from the Senate committee hearing on the media ownership bill and produced this enlightening piece.

Everything you need to know about real football

CrikeyMay 26, 2002

Graham Hand is better known to Crikey readers for his fabulous bank bashing book "Naked Among Cannibals" but he's also an expat Pom who has filed this entertaining preview to the biggest sporting event on earth.