The Weekly Times, one of the most widely read agricultural newspapers in the country, was already suffering internal strife when News Corp's cuts began.
The Cottrell controversy hasn't affected a comeback for the show, which is returning to the same format.
If the last few days are anything to go by, the ABC's acting chair, Kirstin Ferguson, may find herself the subject of one of The Australian's infamous Holy Wars.
Lucas was at first temporarily suspended, which was then made permanent because her account had posted threatening or violent content.
News outlets are increasingly using artificial intelligence to produce entire stories from complete data sets. But robots aren't quite up to writing front-page stories yet.
News Corp's recently published digital subscriber numbers signalled good things for the publisher. But is it the quick fix they need to save declining revenues?
CBS CEO Les Moonves is reportedly heading for the exit, following disquiet after six women accused him of sexual misconduct in a story in The New Yorker last month.
For a show that suffered from apparently fatal ratings, it sure managed to get people's attention.