It's not just Kerri-Anne. The Australian media has had an overtly hostile response to the climate activists.
The paper's latest editorial states 'the boundaries are set tight at your ABC'. But no one sets tighter boundaries than The Australian.
You can't pump out propaganda without some genuine news and relatively sane commentary to tie it down. The Oz no longer has that capacity.
An 'exclusive' feature in the Sydney Morning Herald suggests the relationship between Alan Jones and the bosses at Nine Entertainment is on the mend.
News Corp is fuelling peak denialist hysteria over Greta Thunberg and climate strikers. And, unlike their counterparts in the US, they don't need to apologise for it.
Damn the courts, Andrew Bolt insists that George Pell must be innocent. And he's literally done the legwork to back up his claim.
The award-winning cartoonist is now the eighth high-profile departure from The Australian this year.
The Betoota Advocate loves to take the piss out of influencers, but it's also happy to take part in the sponsored content game.
Sky News' Paul Murray was the only Australian journalist to score an exclusive interview with Donald Trump during Scott Morrison's state visit. Although calling it an interview might be a stretch.