Topic archives: The Guardian

Rundle: Guardian grid ups the ante while Rupert gets the sheets

February 5, 2010 4

As News Ltd boasts unironically of its "new era of profitability" for its clunky websites, The Guardian has just upped the pace, with the launch of its new "zeitgeist" interface.

Help Crikey dig through the political donations data

February 1, 2010 8

Every January, Crikey pres over the AEC's annual political donations data to see what we can dig up. This year, we want your help.

More dodgy IPCC claims?

February 1, 2010 46

The IPCC faced a fresh round of criticism in the British media over the weekend, with revelations of more spurious sources and that its chief, Rajendra Pachauri, may have known about the false claims before Copenhagen.

Simons: Apple’s thingamajig won’t be the new answer

January 27, 2010 2

Apple has promised to transform the reading of newspapers and periodicals, but exactly how remains under wraps. Will the company's new i-thingy and its competitors really change the game?

Ramadge: We did not pull out of Copenhagen editorial

December 9, 2009

It wasn't that The Age dropped their plans to run the climate change editorial published by 56 newspapers across the world, it always was going to write its own localised editorial, says editor-in-chief Paul Ramadge.

One message echoes across the world’s front pages

December 7, 2009 7

As Copenhagen kicks off today, Crikey will be arguing over the politics and the approach on climate change. But there's no arguing with the fact that climate change presents an unprecedented challenge to every single nation on earth.

Twitter kills the Guardian gag

October 14, 2009

An oil trading firm's attempt to gag London's Guardian newspaper from reporting on toxic waste it dumped in west Africa has been thwarted by a surge of social media outrage.

Guardian: We’ve been gagged from reporting Parliament

October 13, 2009

The UK's Guardian newspaper says it has been censored from reporting on Parliamentary proceedings, after a gag order was placed on the details of a question to be asked later this week in Parliament.

Guardian apologises to its subbies: OK, you’re journalists, too

October 12, 2009

The Guardian has retracted the line "journalists and subeditors are not expected to be multilingual" in a recent article, after it presumably caused offense to the paper's subs. "Subeditors are journalists" said the paper after changing the line to "reporters and subeditors".

Guardian recreates Steinbeck’s Grapes of Wrath

August 28, 2009

The Guardian are recreating the Route 66 journey from John Steinbeck's Grapes of Wrath, to examine the differences in this modern day Depression, where Mexicans have become the new Okies and suspicion of government is high.