Once again, Piers Akerman has written a story about a News Ltd investment without once mentioning that his employer has a deep involvement in the issue.
"Twelve for 12.30" said the invite, and some of the biggest names in the Australian media will be there ... Glenn Dyer looks at the guest list for a TV legend's birthday.
Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Stevens has developed a reputation for taking what seems to be tough decisions at the wrong time. But the latest job figures have proved him right. Again.
The Hey Hey Reunion's second episode did well last night, with over 2.3 million viewers. Perhaps they wish fewer had been watching.
Standby for a good, old fashioned current account scare, as the Australian dollar continues to rise as it did last night in the wake of the Reserve Bank rate rise.
Slowly but surely, Seven's news supremacy over Nine News in Sydney is being eroded. There's something wrong in Sydney with Seven's 6pm News.
The rate rises have begun, with RBA today lifting its cash rate 0.25% up to 3.25%. Is the Australian economy officially back on track?
Seven's Today Tonight seems to be now the official Underbelly program: Last week it was Roberta Williams promoting a biography, last night and tonight its Mick Gatto talking exclusively to Barcelona Dave.
Advertising claims, celebrity endorsements and those viral marketing campaigns will face greater disclosure of commercial links and payments under new rules just released in the US by the Federal Trade Commission.