Irfan YusufApr 26, 201729 Comments
This concocted mass debate, like those before it and those to come, shows that we, as a nation, have no bloody idea about our values.
David SalterApr 18, 20177 Comments
Yes, it's tough to write an Easter editorial. But must the culture war really drag on through every damn holiday?
Apr 12, 20174 Comments
After gloating that rival Fairfax's poor business practices were leading to massive newsroom redundancies, News Corp has now admitted its own finances are shaky, and is going to send dozens of journalists packing, write Emily Watkins and Glenn Dyer.
David SalterApr 10, 201714 Comments
A doozy of a column in The Australian today says to hell with public broadcasting.
Emily WatkinsApr 6, 2017
True crime provides content that is relatively economical to produce compared to drama or even reality TV, and delivers reasonably reliable ratings.
Stephen MayneApr 5, 20176 Comments
Why would three people in London all co-operate with an Australian journalist and a separately commissioned photographer to launch a detailed hit on a then-24-year-old temp worker?
David SalterApr 4, 20178 Comments
Publishers, editors and journalists see the APC as no more than a deliberately powerless industry appendage. Something that escapes the council's notice.
Bernard KeaneMar 29, 20175 Comments
In going over the top in its attack on the Prime Minister over the China extradition treaty, The Australian has also demonstrated Tony Abbott's lack of character.
Guy RundleMar 24, 201717 Comments
In death, Bill Leak, the man in full, has been disappeared. He is now being remembered as nothing other than a victim.
Mar 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.