Emily WatkinsMar 24, 2017
A jury, siding with Damian Sheales, concurs that details of a Fairfax article were a "direct attack" on the Melbourne barrister.
Emily WatkinsMar 21, 2017
In giving evidence Monday morning, Sheales said he couldn’t believe what he read in the newspaper on August 3, 2015.
Mar 20, 201724 Comments
It's Tanya Plibersek's world, we just live in it, writes former Sydney Morning Herald editor-in-chief and UTS Professor of Journalism Peter Fray.
Emily WatkinsMar 20, 2017
George Osborne does not seem to have enough to do between being an MP and working part time for an asset management company, and has decided to become a journalist.
Bernard KeaneMar 17, 201732 Comments
The reaction of journalists to innocuous comments by the new ACTU secretary reflect a poor understanding of what the law actually is.
CrikeyMar 15, 20179 Comments
In which Daisy Cousens recalls the time she met, among others, Andrew Bolt, "the man whose writings I devoured every day with the same voracious enthusiasm that an overweight woman would devour apple pies".
Emily WatkinsMar 14, 201712 Comments
Camera operators and sound recordists are among those who will be made redundant at the ABC as the national broadcaster brings back the Hunger Games redundancies.
Mar 8, 20173 Comments
The biggest change for journalism lecturers this semester will be a darkly positive one, writes journalism lecturer at Curtin University Glynn Greensmith.
Glenn DyerMar 3, 20171 Comment
Of course James Murdoch loves the BBC ...
Mar 2, 20172 Comments
It is incumbent on journalists and anyone interested in freedom of speech to talk about these restrictions as much as possible, writes former editor-in-chief of the SMH Peter Fray.