Despite complaints, Mark Knight's controversial cartoon was not found to have breached press standards. And the verdict is not unusual.
The Daily Mail and Nine have breached press council standards with reports that "could contribute to substantial prejudice against transgender people". This isn't the first time we've seen these complaints.
The Australian Press Council has found the NT News in breach of its standards by publishing a text message about Eurovision that referred to the "final solution".
The News Corp columnist's piece claimed a "tidal wave" of migrants was "changing our culture".
The Australian Press Council has found The Sydney Morning Herald in breach of privacy for a story about a murder case.
Actress Rebel Wilson has hit out at the Court of Appeals ruling that slashed her record defamation payout by $3.9 million. She plans to appeal the verdict.
Piers Ackerman has been cleared by the Press Council for a column on the "failed concept of multiculturalism".
The Herald Sun has incorrectly identified a picture of a young girl who died in a road accident in Melbourne. And other media tidbits of the day.