AACTA's needs some help on Twitter, Scott Morrison's agile takes on preselection, and Fraser Anning is going to get banned from Twitter, isn't he?
The South Sudanese community is still wearing the consequences of the "African gang" myth, Pesutto had more than one awkward moment during the Victorian election campaign, and why are there so few Australian scalps in the Me Too movement?
Labor mixes up its extremely important trade partners, Brian Burston beats his old boss Pauline Hanson on power station trivia, and new conservative activist group Advance Australia really knows how to use social media.
Foxtel gives the Christmas gift of redundancy, Chris Smith is set to rejoin Nine Entertainment, and the Nine-Fairfax merger is less valuable than ever.
If Chris Crewther gets dunked by section 44, we have bad news for the rest of parliament (and you), Karina Keisler really knows how to pick her gigs, and more Liberal Party mates are appointed to the AAT.
Morrison unwilling to help Matthew Guy pincer Victorian Labor, the fallout from the ARC grants fiasco, and is a court date in the Daily Mail's near future?
News Corp's anti-royal commission cheer squad should take a look in the mirror, Julie Bishop and Latika Bourke's tattered friendship, and the ABC has some trouble passing.
A Wentworth-focused edition of tips and rumours: robo calls, corflutes and Dave Sharma's curious CV.
Majestic steeds take over Sydney, a couple of Labor figures spotted at The European and a confusing tweet about the death penalty.