Journalist's union MEAA has said that staff at Australian Associated Press are 'outraged' after announcements of voluntary and forced staff redundancies.
AAP Editor-in-chief Tony Gillies talks to Crikey about the company's rapidly increasing presence.
AAP photographers and management get a suspension from the press gallery over photos of November's asylum seeker protest in the House of Representatives.
The Australian wire service has more than doubled the number of court cases it covers every day.
Fairfax managed to fill its newspapers yesterday, even though its newsroom was on strike. How did senior editors manage? Crikey's media reporter looks at the tricks of the trade ...
Is a union boss in hot water? ... Should AAP be watching its back ... and some more wonderful uni acronyms
The Guardian is calling on its readers to help them profile its own controversial columnist Glenn Greenwald, who broke the National Security Agency scandal last week. Plus other media news of the day.
AAP's old-school journalism is suddenly very much back in fashion as newsrooms shrink, Gideon Haigh reports in the sixth chapter of his investigative special for Crikey on the future of the media.