Alex Lavelle's sudden resignation didn't rock Melbourne society's boat. He sank as he rose — unknown and unlamented by no one other than staff.
Like him or not, the WikiLeaks founder represents things that need protecting.
Someone at the ABC is leaking confidential information about Emma Alberici to its — and her — enemies at News Corp. What signal does that send to journalists whose job is to hold the powerful to account?
Is Rupert Murdoch's son's resignation from News Corp really prompted by a question of morality?
The younger Murdoch son resigned from News Corp citing 'disagreements over certain editorial content'. But what content was he talking about, exactly?
Remember when News Corp was a young bull knocking over anyone who stood in its way? How the mighty have fallen.
The government has unveiled its new code of conduct that will force tech companies to pay news organisations for their content. But there'll be no money for the public broadcasters.
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