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Peak GP body’s alleged support for My Health Record called into question

Peak GP body’s alleged support for My Health Record called into question

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has distanced itself from the government's My Health Record roll-out, as the agency responsible for the scheme deals with accusations of defamation.

The <i>Rocky Horror</i> allegations seem strangely inconvenient for the arts fluff of <i>The Advertiser</i>

The Rocky Horror allegations seem strangely inconvenient for the arts fluff of The Advertiser

Coverage of Craig McLachlan's sexual misconduct allegations (or lack thereof) is highlighting the limits of rigour in Adelaide arts journalism.

Front page of the day: The Advertiser, printed in Melbourne

Front page of the day: The Advertiser, printed in Melbourne

The Advertiser was printed in Melbourne and driven overnight to South Australia.

Media briefs: everyone’s a critic … Happy New Year … a rare vacancy …

Media briefs: everyone’s a critic … Happy New Year … a rare vacancy …

Seven's Sunrise has come in for a round of criticism over its (alleged lack of) coverage of the South Australian bushfires. And other media tidbits of the day.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Rise Up Australia's musical campaign ... PUP spamming you? ... childcare name still in the business ...

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Adelaide punters are jealous of all the western Sydney love, plus other political issues of the day.

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

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

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? ...

Media briefs: Tiser’s murder mistake … TT journo quits … Apple blamed for hack …

Media briefs: Tiser’s murder mistake … TT journo quits … Apple blamed for hack …

In today's Media Briefs: Tiser incorrectly names murdered man ... Front Page of the Day ... The Department of Corrections ... TT journo quits ...

Fairfax shuffle … Labor’s ‘horror movie’ … mini-moguls fear …

Fairfax shuffle … Labor’s ‘horror movie’ … mini-moguls fear …

In today's Media Briefs: Fairfax taps Hoath in executive shuffle ... What our mini-moguls might really fear ... The future of advertising in newspapers: the lovelorn letter? ... The horror of Labor's sideshow and more ...

BBC hacking bomb … why papers are failing … Limbaugh fallout …

BBC hacking bomb … why papers are failing … Limbaugh fallout …

Rupert Murdoch's London-based phone hacking, email hacking and bribe-paying newspapers will come under more scrutiny next Monday night in Britain when the BBC screens Murdoch's Satellite TV Pirates. Plus other media news of the day.