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Channel Nine knows exactly who Pauline Hanson is. And it always has

When producers at Channel Nine invited Senator Hanson to speak about the lockdown of public housing blocks in Melbourne, they knew exactly what they were doing.

Geoffrey Rush (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

$10 million and a reputational disaster: the real cost of the Tele’s Rush fiasco

While the judge ruled News Corp pay Rush a record $2.9 million, the actual cost to the paper will be much, much higher.

US President Donald Trump (Image: AP/Alex Brandon)

Anatomy of a racist Trump tweet

Crikey talks to the experts about the US president's use of racist language on social media.

Former High Court judge Dyson Heydon (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

This is a new era of dealing with sexual harassment. Or is it?

Yes, women are speaking up about harassment. But they still suffer great professional and personal harm when they do.

Geoffrey Rush speaks to the media after Justice Wigney found in his favour (Image: AAP/Paul Braven)

The calculus of editing a News Corp tabloid

There was a dangerous but predictable mix of factors that led to the now infamous Geoffrey Rush front page.

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After the Rush decision, one truth remains: the Tele deserved to lose

The Daily Telegraph's recklessness in reporting on Geoffrey Rush has caused incalculable harm.

Eryn Jean Norvill (Image: AAP/Peter Rae)

Rush of blood set back Me Too, tarnished a superstar and star in the making

In its rush to publish its Me Too story, The Daily Telegraph set back the movement in Australia.

Geoffrey Rush (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

News Corp loses Geoffrey Rush defamation appeal, ordered to pay record damages

The full bench of the Federal Court has rejected The Daily Telegraph's appeal in its defamation case with Geoffrey Rush.

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Tabloid journalism may be cheeky and brash, but it must also be fair

The Geoffrey Rush case has shown us once again that all forms of media — from tabloid to broadsheet — must be rigorous, careful and committed to the truth.

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News Corp's newest climate convert is a career contrarian

The 'energy expert' (who has no formal scientific qualifications) says he wants to blow 'hysteria and alarmism' away — but with fans and followers like his, that's blowin' in the wind.