Topic archives: The Courier Mail

Waterstreet confirmed for #MeToo panel … the revolving door … Media buys North Korea propaganda …

February 13, 2018 2

The ABC has officially confirmed that its special Q&A on the #MeToo movement will include controversial barrister Charles Waterstreet. The barrister has himself been accused of sexual harassment (which he denies).

Triple M to fill Hottest 100 void … Bauer cuts Men’s Style … ABC extends to PNG …

Triple M to fill Hottest 100 void … Bauer cuts Men’s Style … ABC extends to PNG …

December 21, 2017

Bauer Media has cut Men's Style magazine after a horror year for the publisher. The summer edition will be its last.

Boy George hangs up on Fran Kelly … Murdoch company stops Fox ads … the revolving door …

Boy George hangs up on Fran Kelly … Murdoch company stops Fox ads … the revolving door …

November 13, 2017 1

Eighties pop star Boy George abruptly ended an interview with Radio National's Fran Kelly after questions about being a "gender bender".

ABC salary details revealed … murdered journo’s family inherits lawsuit … notorious photographer dropped …

ABC salary details revealed … murdered journo’s family inherits lawsuit … notorious photographer dropped …

October 25, 2017 2

ABC managing director Michelle Guthrie has revealed details of ABC presenter salaries at Senate estimates, saying the highest-paid presenter is a woman.

Sun steals from the Mail … Aisle be back … the August (sigh) dog surfing report …

Sun steals from the Mail … Aisle be back … the August (sigh) dog surfing report …

August 8, 2017

The Sun in Britain has ripped off a story from ripper-offer-in-chief, the Daily Mail.

Census mythbusting: have we truly become a nation of Islam-curious Chinese heathens?

Census mythbusting: have we truly become a nation of Islam-curious Chinese heathens?

June 28, 2017 4

We're being swamped by Asians! Our Christian heritage is fading! Islam is surging! Calm down, Australian media.

Bolt and Blair turn on one of their own for thoughtcrime

April 6, 2017 7

Not even News Corp's own columnists are safe from the vitriol of their colleagues and readers, if they dare to side with Public Enemy No. 1 Gillian Triggs.

News Corp encouraged Zaky Mallah’s extremism: judge

News Corp encouraged Zaky Mallah’s extremism: judge

June 25, 2015 19

News Corp is in no place to take the moral high ground on giving Zaky Mallah a media platform, write lawyer and author Irfan Yusuf and senior lecturer at UNSW Helen Pringle.

Media briefs: cost-cutting at Bauer … ABCs at Fairfax … TV loves a scandal …

Media briefs: cost-cutting at Bauer … ABCs at Fairfax … TV loves a scandal …

October 8, 2014 7

The Courier-Mail apologises for yesterday's front cover. And other media tidbits of the day.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

March 28, 2014 4

Courier-Mail staff hauled in for legal training ... journo earns $270k ... ANZAC rules stipulate 'hand on heart' ...

Murdoch’s might: how much do News papers influence elections?

Murdoch’s might: how much do News papers influence elections?

August 28, 2013 36

Do Rupert Murdoch's Australian newspapers determine election results; do they back winners each time? Henry Belot looks back at elections to 1975 to find out whether Murdoch really is a kingmaker.

Richard Farmer’s campaign bites

Richard Farmer’s campaign bites

August 21, 2013 4

The Courier-Mail plays fast and loose with photos, using one of the PM at the Australian War Memorial to show how down and out he is. Plus other campaign bites of the day.

Richard Farmer’s campaign bites

Richard Farmer’s campaign bites

August 15, 2013 2

Readers of Australia's former broadsheets are also not very interested in politics. Plus other political snippets noted along the way.

The great media airlift: sports bodies fly in journos for coverage

The great media airlift: sports bodies fly in journos for coverage

May 30, 2013 3

The V8 Supercar racing series flew journalists to America to cover an event. It's not the first time they've done it, and other sports like the AFL are also putting journalists on planes to maximise coverage.

Bolt’s blog goes quiet … readers’ ed’s outlook … NotW ‘threatened’ …

Bolt’s blog goes quiet … readers’ ed’s outlook … NotW ‘threatened’ …

July 11, 2012 4

In today's Media Briefs: Bolt ain't got no comments ... Nothing sweeter for a sub than a pun headline ... SMH Readers' Editor says things will get worse before getting better ... NotW threatened woman over 2008 Max Mosely story and more ...

More managers go in News Ltd rationalisation

March 8, 2012

The ructions inside News Limited have continued with the resignations of two senior executives in Diana Eilert and Tim Sligo.

Make it a real conscience vote

Make it a real conscience vote

November 16, 2011 5

One thing that most elected politicians really dislike is fair dinkum democracy. When they talk about "a conscience vote" they certainly do not mean that your opinion and mine should decide an issue.

How to sidestep <em>The Oz</em> paywall … baby-face Salt … Tribune to close? …

How to sidestep The Oz paywall … baby-face Salt … Tribune to close? …

October 26, 2011 6

How to bypass the Australian's paywall ... "Baby-face" Bernard Salt and the Courier Mail ... Front Page of the Day ... Tribune, journal of the left, faces closure after 75 years and more ...

At least it’s not getting worse.

At least it’s not getting worse.

October 13, 2011 4

That's about the best that can be said of the September labour force figures released today.

Maroon-blooded rebel radio call sends Courier Mail, 2GB to court

July 6, 2011 8

Brisbane's Courier Mail began the morning popping champagne corks to celebrate its all-Maroon radio call of tonight's deciding State of Origin clash. But later today it will be in court fighting for the right to broadcast its stunt to readers, writes Lawrence Bull.