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Media Watch report stands up to scrutiny in defamation case

Media Watch report stands up to scrutiny in defamation case

Myriam RobinSep 15, 2016

A Sun-Herald journalist has failed in an attempt to sue Media Watch for defamation -- and the ABC is considering recovering costs.

Media briefs: new Sun-Herald ed ... journo guilty ... Seven to cut costs? ...

Media briefs: new Sun-Herald ed ... journo guilty ... Seven to cut costs? ...

CrikeyAug 23, 2012

In today's Media Briefs: Front Page of the Day ... Cox appointed as new Sun-Herald Ed ... Seven journo pleads guilty to contacting killer ... Seven to cut costs? ...

David Hicks: responding to the critics

by former Guantanamo Bay detainee David HicksDec 16, 201030 Comments

On Sunday, December 12, the Sun Herald printed an article that falsely claims that i have broken my silence "for the first time". At no time did I agree to an interview with the Sun Herald. At this time I have still never given an interview to any media, writes former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks.

Fairfax faces the future by going deeply vertical

Fairfax faces the future by going deeply vertical

Andrew CrookNov 23, 20107 Comments

Fairfax staff are bracing for a wave of "efficiency" gains across The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald after the company's long-awaited investor briefing this morning relayed the widely-expected news that at least $10 million would be hacked out of the mastheads through a new corporate restructure.

Sunday editorials: who the papers are backing (and who cares?)

Amber JamiesonAug 16, 20101 Comment

With yesterday the final Sunday before polling day, the Sunday papers gave their traditional editorials declaring which leader they are supporting come Saturday, with the majority supporting a continued Gillard government.

Can newspapers afford to snub theatre-goers?

Can newspapers afford to snub theatre-goers?

CrikeyMay 17, 2010

The Sun Herald has followed the lead of the Herald Sun in dropping theatre and arts coverage. But as newspaper readers and revenues dry up, can they really afford to marginalise the large arts-loving audience? asks Jason Whittaker.

<em>Sun Herald</em> joins the <em>Herald Sun</em> in slashing arts coverage

Sun Herald joins the Herald Sun in slashing arts coverage

Andrew CrookMay 17, 20108 Comments

Sydney's Sun Herald has followed in the footsteps of its rivals at News Limited, sacrificing its high arts and theatre coverage at the star-studded altar of Hollywood gossip.

Sydney society abuzz over McGurk

Glenn DyerSep 7, 20092 Comments

The desperation the Sydney media has for its own version of Melbourne's Underbelly knows no end as they try to outscoop each other over the murder of small-time Sydney standover merchant Michael McGurk.

Sun-Herald loses its Canberra correspondent

by Ex-Sun-Herald journalist Alex MitchellMay 20, 2009

Kerry-Anne Walsh, the Sydney Sun-Herald ’s political correspondent in Canberra for the past seven years, resigned yesterday and will leave Fairfax in three months’ time.

The Ricky Stuart and Gus Gould fallout: we don't care

CrikeyApr 27, 2009

but the public saga of the fallout between Ricky Stuart and Gus Gould is surely one of the most boring things to grace NRL in living memory, writes Steve Kaless.

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