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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.

The Australian's clean coal magic trick

The Australian's clean coal magic trick

John QuigginJan 10, 20178 Comments

With some slippery words and some clever sleight-of-hand, The Australian almost makes it look like coal is good for humanity, writes economist John Quiggin

How getting rid of the weekday SMH and Age papers could kill the AFR

How getting rid of the weekday SMH and Age papers could kill the AFR

Glenn DyerJan 9, 20175 Comments

The economics of printing the Financial Review five days a week make a lot less sense if it can't piggyback off the SMH and Age.

Herald Sun's 2IC left in February after sexual harassment complaints

Herald Sun's 2IC left in February after sexual harassment complaints

Myriam RobinDec 8, 20162 Comments

Herald Sun night editor Shane Burke left the company in February after allegations he propositioned women in the newsroom during work hours.

All Murdoch, all the time in Queensland media

Glenn DyerDec 8, 20167 Comments

The ACCC has waved through News Corp's acquisition of APN, because no one cares where they get their news anyway.

Rundle: the greatest injustice of the Vietnam War, as suffered by Amanda Vanstone

Rundle: the greatest injustice of the Vietnam War, as suffered by Amanda Vanstone

Guy RundleDec 6, 201629 Comments

Won't someone please think of poor Amanda Vanstone?

Mayne: Domain falls flat as Fairfax continues to duck and weave on executive pay

Mayne: Domain falls flat as Fairfax continues to duck and weave on executive pay

Stephen MayneNov 3, 2016

No one likes to see a CEO, particularly a former journalist, make more than $10 million firing thousands of staff, but that’s exactly what has happened at Fairfax.

Isentia index: Ardent Leisure CEO gets death threats over Dreamworld tragedy

Isentia index: Ardent Leisure CEO gets death threats over Dreamworld tragedy

CrikeyNov 2, 20162 Comments

Ardent Leisure CEO Deborah Thomas has referred social media threats against herself and her family to NSW Police, after media outlets published photographs of her apartment building and the school her teenage son attends.

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