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Turnbull calls journalism a 'romantic business', as Mitchell betrays his sources

Turnbull calls journalism a 'romantic business', as Mitchell betrays his sources

Margot SavilleSep 30, 20161 Comment

A veritable who's who of Australian figures turned up to listen to Malcolm Turnbull blow smoke up Chris Mitchell's arse.

The <em>Crikey</em> Census: tell us what you really think

The Crikey Census: tell us what you really think

Cassidy KnowltonSep 29, 20166 Comments

Help us make Crikey even better — and stream the best movies and television for free.

Cut Theroux: we don’t need foreign celebrities to teach us about Australian issues

Cut Theroux: we don’t need foreign celebrities to teach us about Australian issues

Helen RazerSep 29, 20165 Comments

We shouldn’t need esteemed foreigners to tell us, for example, that Aboriginal people have been screwed over by our government and society for centuries.

A night of right-wing radical rage with the ACL and friends

A night of right-wing radical rage with the ACL and friends

Margot SavilleSep 28, 20167 Comments

Toowoomba doctor David van Gend launched his controversial anti-marriage equality book last night to the fanfare of some old, white suburbanites.

The space between the boxes: how white Australia 'remembers' Aboriginal Australia

The space between the boxes: how white Australia 'remembers' Aboriginal Australia

Therese RitchieSep 27, 20162 Comments

Every now and then, the real experiences of indigenous Australians disrupts our idea of things, but not nearly often enough, writes NT artist Therese Ritchie.

The media's obsession with tapping into the culture of ‘Real People’ is dumb

The media's obsession with tapping into the culture of ‘Real People’ is dumb

Helen RazerSep 27, 201622 Comments

Helen Razer is not Real People. She does not believe in the false category of Real People. And, she argues, the media needs to stop believing in it as well.

To paint is human: why painting will never die

To paint is human: why painting will never die

W H ChongSep 23, 20161 Comment

Critic and painters stoush. People will paint on regardless.

Sugar, oh, honey honey, I am the nanny state, and you've got me watching you

Sugar, oh, honey honey, I am the nanny state, and you've got me watching you

Bernard KeaneSep 20, 201614 Comments

The dietary villain du jour is now sugar -- supposedly "the new tobacco". Except the facts fit uneasily with this new form of nanny statism.

Glenn Dyer's TV ratings

Glenn DyerSep 16, 2016

Last night was a tale of two ratings measures.

Rupert Murdoch through the eyes of one of his most loyal editors

Rupert Murdoch through the eyes of one of his most loyal editors

Myriam RobinSep 15, 20167 Comments

Rupert Murdoch likes editors with ideas, but he fills the commercial side with 'yes men', according to Chris Mitchell.

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