What to do when your usual brand of climate denialism comes under fire? Find a new one, of course.
Taking action against a source is something of a journalistic cardinal sin. But that's not to say it doesn't happen.
Avoid, evade, bluster, lie: as political actions lose any consequence, can journalism do anything to hold political power to account?
Even the Friday afternoon news vacuum wasn't enough to quash the $3.6 million defamation judgment.
Ministers and officials know that in Australia’s toothless system there are no real consequences for departments that flout their own FOI laws.
The intensity of Australia’s bushfires has lit up the fracture in Australia’s media over the climate crisis, and ended the comfortable fiction of shared values within a traditional Fourth Estate.
Rupert says there are no climate deniers at News Corp. Just don't read The Australian...