Andrew DoddNov 7, 2011
A discrepancy between two senior police officers has emerged on the fourth day of the committal hearing of the former police officer accused of leaking information about a terror raid to The Australian.
Andrew DoddAug 30, 20112 Comments
“If you are dissatisfied with the media you are fundamentally saying you are dissatisfied with yourself," said CEO of Fairfax Greg Hywood at the Melbourne Writers Festival on the weekend. It was a telling moment.
Andrew DoddJul 21, 20111 Comment
There's an inevitability about the renewed debate over privacy laws. The Australian media is ready for the fight, with complex questions over how any framework would operate.
Andrew DoddJul 15, 20115 Comments
There are inconsistencies in the many and varied calls for inquiries into Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation.
Andrew DoddJul 13, 20115 Comments
Can you guess the name of the South Australian MP who can’t be named on alleged child pornography charges?
Andrew DoddJul 6, 201120 Comments
Mick Molloy and Network Ten have lost their defamation battle against Adelaide identity Nicole Cornes in a ruling that could have far ranging implications for free speech.
Andrew DoddJun 22, 201141 Comments
Several people close to The Australian say the paper is looking strident on many fronts. And as government tensions escalate one declares "it's now war". Crikey continues its profile of the national broadsheet under editor Chris Mitchell.
Andrew DoddJun 21, 201123 Comments
As editor-in-chief since 2003, Chris Mitchell has used The Australian like a weapon to fight what often appears to be personal battles on a great many fronts.
Andrew DoddMay 19, 20114 Comments
There is speculation inside the corridors of Victoria’s largest power generator that it could be forced to a sale as a result of the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Andrew DoddFeb 14, 20118 Comments
ACMA has applied some baffling logic in its decision to exonerate Seven over the outing of the former NSW Transport Minister David Campbell.