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Guardian could be returning home to Manchester as losses slow

The Guardian is considering moving back to Manchester to save cash.

Despite print's so-called death, one newspaper continues to grow

Crinkling News is Australia's first children's newspaper, and editor Saffron Howden told Crikey its re-subscription rate has been more than 60%.

Who would have thought an ad depicting a graphic crucifixion (on Easter) would have breached advertising standards?

Off Ya Tree subsidiary's offensive Easter ad unsurprisingly deemed offensive

Who would have thought an ad depicting a graphic crucifixion (on Easter) would have breached advertising standards?

Did Fox News hack one of its own employees' phones and email account to smear her after she made allegations of sexual harassment against Roger Ailes?

Fox caught up in another hacking scandal

Did Fox News hack one of its own employees' phones and email account to smear her after she made allegations of sexual harassment against Roger Ailes?

Seven is hoping Edwina Bartholomew's upcoming wedding will be a ratings bonanza.

Who doesn't love a wedding to boost ratings?

Seven is hoping Edwina Bartholomew's upcoming wedding will be a ratings bonanza.

Now isn’t that simply wonderful, the main owner of 70%-plus of Australia’s daily newspaper circulation throwing his lot in with the most unpopular President.

Rupert, Trump's friend at court

Now isn’t that simply wonderful, the main owner of 70%-plus of Australia’s daily newspaper circulation throwing his lot in with the most unpopular President.

Sophie Monk has been chosen to star in The Bachelorette, but will it be enough to save Ten's falling share price?

Sophie Monk is the new Bachelorette, but Ten's future not so rosy

Sophie Monk has been chosen to star in The Bachelorette, but will it be enough to save Ten's falling share price?

Another quiet night, with solid performances from Seven and the ABC.

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

Another quiet night, with solid performances from Seven and the ABC.

A quiet night sees Seven rule with <em>MKR.</em>

Glenn Dyer's TV Ratings

A quiet night sees Seven rule with MKR.

Gerard Henderson is, among other things, incensed that Christians are being "sneered" at on the public broadcaster.

Error-prone Hendo rides to the rescue of Christians

Gerard Henderson is, among other things, incensed that Christians are being "sneered" at on the public broadcaster.

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