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News Corp's reports on Mexican drug cartels don't tell the full story

News Corp's reports on Mexican drug cartels don't tell the full story

While there is often a core of truth in stories about Mexican drug cartels, the deeper picture is getting swept aside in News Corp's sensationalised reporting.

The Australian's environment editor heads to court over eco-resort stoush

The Australian's environment editor heads to court over eco-resort stoush

A dispute over a planned eco-retreat in the Amazon sees The Australian's environment editor Graham Lloyd in court.

Just how committed to diversity and inclusion is the ABC?

Just how committed to diversity and inclusion is the ABC?

Despite the ABC's new diversity and inclusion plan, simmering frustrations have led to a churn of POC contributors at the public broadcaster.

End-of-year ratings figures don't give networks much reason to boast

End-of-year ratings figures don't give networks much reason to boast

In an era of falling revenues and cost-cutting, the annual ratings numbers leave a lot to be desired.

Fred Nile goes fire and brimstone (and other news you may have missed)

Fred Nile goes fire and brimstone (and other news you may have missed)

Trouble in eternal paradise, playing the exclusive card, and the incompetence defence: after a big week in news, here are the stories you may have missed in all the mayhem.

Death by a million leaks: the campaign against medivac

Death by a million leaks: the campaign against medivac

The government's arguments against medivac laws were repeatedly bolstered by conveniently timed leaks. Who could be behind them?

Media uses China's success to shame Australian students

Media uses China's success to shame Australian students

Meanwhile, Singapore did better than both...

Meet the women taking on Alan Jones... and winning

Meet the women taking on Alan Jones... and winning

There’s been plenty written about the boycott campaign against Alan Jones, but we’ve heard little from the organisers behind it. Crikey spoke with the online activists.

Tracey Spicer and a history of short-selling sources

Tracey Spicer and a history of short-selling sources

Taking action against a source is something of a journalistic cardinal sin. But that's not to say it doesn't happen.

The importance of hearing what She Said

The importance of hearing what She Said

Crikey speaks to journalist and author Jodi Kantor, who helped break the Harvey Weinstein accusations, about what has changed since the beginning of the Me Too movement.