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

Getting a touch shrill: voices of the Right

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

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 succeed in taking it off air, there may be no holding back the censorious tide. This is no time to be letting down the libertarian guard […]

From the archives: while heaving blame at everyone but himself, Burke has revealed a side that audiences might not expect, and producers would prefer buried.

Don Burke's dark side

From the archives: while heaving blame at everyone but himself, Burke has revealed a side that audiences might not expect, and producers would prefer buried.

The winners of the annual <i>Crikey</i> Awards are announced, with Eddie McGuire taking the top gong.

The Crikeys: More prestigious than a Walkley

The winners of the annual Crikey Awards are announced, with Eddie McGuire taking the top gong.

Former Kennett spinner, <b>Stephen Mayne</b> takes a look at journos come political spinners in this new <i>Crikey</i> list.

Why are journalists so ALP friendly?

Former Kennett spinner, Stephen Mayne takes a look at journos come political spinners in this new Crikey list.

<i>The Australian</i> tries to untangle the riddle inside the enigma that is Hillary Bray, writes <b>Hillary Bray</b>.

Hillary, who are you?

The Australian tries to untangle the riddle inside the enigma that is Hillary Bray, writes Hillary Bray.

The Northern Territory is a frontier town where red-necked politicians send 15 year old Aboriginal kids to jail for pinching a pack of biscuits, as a complacent local media cheers them on. Being a journalist in Darwin is only marginally less dangerous, says experienced TV reporter <b>Jeremy Thompson</b>.

Journalism in the Top End: how one polly strangled me

The Northern Territory is a frontier town where red-necked politicians send 15 year old Aboriginal kids to jail for pinching a pack of biscuits, as a complacent local media cheers them on. Being a journalist in Darwin is only marginally less dangerous, says experienced TV reporter Jeremy Thompson.

What happens if you've been a foreign correspondent and an editor by the time you are 40? What do you do for the next 15 years? Check out the Crikey register of journalists to find out

The Crikey Register of Journalists

What happens if you've been a foreign correspondent and an editor by the time you are 40? What do you do for the next 15 years? Check out the Crikey register of journalists to find out

Col Allan, editor in chief of Sydney's <em>Daily Telegraph</em> and Rupert Murdoch's favourite editor in Australia, has a reputation that precedes him. John Howard, Paul Keating and Bob Carr have been known to eat out of his hand and even some of the most senior executives at News Ltd are afraid to take him on.

Pissing in the sink

Col Allan, editor in chief of Sydney's Daily Telegraph and Rupert Murdoch's favourite editor in Australia, has a reputation that precedes him. John Howard, Paul Keating and Bob Carr have been known to eat out of his hand and even some of the most senior executives at News Ltd are afraid to take him on.

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