Myriam Robin August 30, 2016 2 Comments
The Yahoo7 reporter who caused the jury in a murder trial to be dismissed through sloppy reporting has faced court. And the judge says he's not buying her excuse.
Myriam Robin June 20, 2016 2 Comments
Boris did not invent euroscepticism, but he perfected it.
Crikey February 29, 2016 16 Comments
Fairfax has today apologised for publishing the story of "Louise", who said she'd been raped by Middle Eastern men. But alarm bells should have been ringing long before the article went to print, write Nicky Bryson and Myriam Robin.
Myriam Robin December 16, 2015 22 Comments
The sister of one of Australia's most infamous murderers told a News Corp journalist she didn't want to be interviewed. But her quotes made it into the paper anyway.
Bernard Keane September 18, 2012 7 Comments
James Button's account of his time working in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet is set to further strain the public service's rigid insistence on complete confidentiality. He talks to Crikey.
Margaret Simons February 6, 2012
Journalist Complaints, launched just weeks ago, is an example of citizens taking the monitoring of the media into their own hands, in the absence of an effective regulator.
Margaret Simons October 28, 2011 10 Comments
Just who is and isn’t a journalist is yet to be tested in court. One day, surely, it will be and that will be very interesting indeed. Is bad journalism, such as Andrew Bolt’s recent litigated inaccuracies, still journalism. Is good blogging journalism? Interesting questions.
Margaret Simons October 28, 2011 5 Comments
I think in this saga the Herald Sun has been more clueless than culpable -- although sometimes deep cluelessness can itself be culpable.
Melissa Sweet October 27, 2011 2 Comments
Journalism leaders and researchers have raised concerns about a deal between the pharma industry group Medicines Australia and The Australian, which has led to direct sponsorship of health journalism.