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Closure of <i>Shop Til You Drop</i> signals ongoing crisis for Aussie mags

Closure of Shop Til You Drop signals ongoing crisis for Aussie mags

Emily WatkinsMar 28, 20171 Comment

As another Aussie mag goes down the gurgler, experts tell Emily Watkins what this means for current and future titles.

Why has murder advocate 'Cat Stevens' been allowed into Australia?

Why has murder advocate 'Cat Stevens' been allowed into Australia?

Bernard KeaneMar 28, 201721 Comments

Yusuf Islam/Cat Stevens once called for Salman Rushdie to be murdered. If other advocates of violence are barred from entering Australia, why isn't he?

Barrister suing Fairfax for defamation takes the stand

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.

Part-time British MP becomes editor of Evening Standard

Part-time British MP becomes editor of Evening Standard

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.

Is The Daily Telegraph getting into the page 3 girl game?

Is The Daily Telegraph getting into the page 3 girl game?

Emily WatkinsMar 20, 201710 Comments

There are an awful lot of semi-clad women in The Daily Telegraph...

Bill Leak more important than Malcolm Fraser, at least according to The Australian

Bill Leak more important than Malcolm Fraser, at least according to The Australian

Emily Watkins and Isabelle AmyMar 17, 20173 Comments

The Australian newspaper has written more than 33,000 words of tribute to cartoonist Bill Leak, which is far more words than were written about the 22nd prime minister of Australia when he died two years ago. Crikey media reporter Emily Watkins and intern Isabelle Amy report.

The Murdochs' spectacular, gold medal-worthy backflip

Glenn DyerMar 3, 20171 Comment

Of course James Murdoch loves the BBC ...

Fairfax definitely (probably) (maybe) (who knows) not killing print

Fairfax definitely (probably) (maybe) (who knows) not killing print

John MartinkusFeb 6, 20171 Comment

The Australian says Fairfax is killing its print division in a matter of minutes. Fairfax says won't scrap hard copies for years. John Martinkus wades in to find out who might be telling porkies.

Hold the front page? Nah, don't bother

Hold the front page? Nah, don't bother

John MartinkusFeb 2, 20174 Comments

The Prime Minister finally admitted he had donated millions to the Liberal Party during the election campaign, but it was too late for most of the media to get it into the paper, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

How the Herald Sun declared war on Melbourne's homeless

John MartinkusJan 25, 201714 Comments

The Herald Sun sounded the drums of war against people sleeping rough at Flinders Street Station. Then crosstown rival The Age joined the fray, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.

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