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Wanted: vision for communications portfolio. Reward offered

Margaret Simons writes:Mar 27, 2008

When are we going to get a Minister for Communications who is actually worth the crumpet? Margaret Simons writes.

Crikey Says

CrikeyMar 19, 2008

Melbourne Channel Nine News' third top news story involved a scoop about a group of bridesmaids who were forced to wear tracksuits to a wedding when their dresses didn't turn up.

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CrikeyMar 17, 2008

The last time they found HMAS Sydney...

It’s all over for the WAN board

By Stephen Mayne, candidate for the WAN boardMar 17, 20081 Comment

The four non-executive directors of West Australian Newspapers sealed their fate over the weekend with a bizarre suicide pact, writes Stephen Mayne.

Crikey Says

CrikeyMar 11, 2008

How to have your outrage and eat it too.

Media briefs and TV ratings

CrikeyMar 6, 20081 Comment

Missing middle stump ... Consolidated Media shares suspended ... ACP magazines sells UK business ... Movement at Seven ... Last night's TV ratings.

The Media Monitors' Top 20

CrikeyMar 5, 2008

The man with an approval rating lower than the official interest rate (yay, everybody loses!) moves up to second place.

The Crikey F-ckability Index

CrikeyDec 18, 20077 Comments

We rate TV people on the Westacott scale.

Getting a touch shrill: voices of the Right

Guy Rundle writes:Apr 10, 2007

The political tide seems to be on the turn, and the leading figures of the conservative commentariat risk being stranded on the shore.

Big Brother: a libertarian's view

Stephen Feneley writes:Jul 4, 2006

The big downside of being a libertarian is having to defend odious garbage like Big Brother. As loathsomely exploitative as BB is, if the moral panic brigade were to s

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