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The Oz fishes for a new scare campaign

The Oz fishes for a new scare campaign

As the government offers a re-run of the asylum seeker scare campaign of 2001, News Corp run through the other classics.

Ramsay Centre 'role-play' unit raises questions

Ramsay Centre 'role-play' unit raises questions

The University of Wollongong's Ramsay Centre degree has a novel approach to cultural appropriation.

Has Tim Wilson been a naughty freedom boy?

Has Tim Wilson been a naughty freedom boy?

More trouble could be heading Tim Wilson's way after he set up a website that appears to campaign on an issue he is leading the parliamentary inquiry into.

Will BuzzFeed Australia follow the playbook of its US counterpart?

Will BuzzFeed Australia follow the playbook of its US counterpart?

It looks like the US BuzzFeed office is employing some tricky tactics around staff cuts. Keep your eyes on the Oz newsroom.

Did Julie Bishop just finally flick the conservatives?

Did Julie Bishop just finally flick the conservatives?

What is Julie Bishop playing at? The China lobby is nowhere to be found. Plus: keep an eye on the Daily Mail's tech coverage over the next few weeks...

Why Bridget McKenzie's Indi snub makes sense

Why Bridget McKenzie's Indi snub makes sense

Comparing Libs and Labor on social housing, when a typo matters most, and the Liberal business allies betting on a Labor win.

Why is Alexander Downer so obsessed with the People's Choice Awards?

Why is Alexander Downer so obsessed with the People's Choice Awards?

The far-right show must go on, the Oz finally finds what they're looking for, and is there trouble at the Victorian State Revenue Office?

How a civil rights icon came to promote anti-Semitic conspiracy theories

How a civil rights icon came to promote anti-Semitic conspiracy theories

Acclaimed novelist Alice Walker recommends David Icke, Andrew Broad's unfortunate tweet, and a logo designer's Freudian slip.

Are the directors of Home and Away going to revolt?

Are the directors of Home and Away going to revolt?

Potential (off-screen) drama at Channel 7, NatCon's "ok to be white" moment", plus R. Kelly's "salacious" past.

The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women

The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women

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?