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Topic: Australian Press Council
Andrew Bolt (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

The disturbing secret of the cult of Andrew Bolt

Crikey's letter to Andrew Bolt, after the press council found his columns on Greta Thunberg breached its standards.

What the media watchdog really meant to say about a right royal beat-up

Crikey decodes the Australian Press Council's tepid response to a particularly misleading Woman's Day cover.

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Press Council complaints against Sunshine Coast Daily have little effect

The Press Council may have ruled against Sunshine Coast Daily's May attack against Annastacia Palaszczuk, but the controversy didn't stop the paper from being shortlisted for a national media award.

ABC director of news Gaven Morris. (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

ABC news director says politics receives too much coverage in Australia

The launch "controller" of the ABC's 24-hour news channel now claims politics is over-reported in Australia. Plus other tips from the week.

If the Herald Sun’s Serena Williams cartoon doesn’t breach standards, what does?

Despite complaints, Mark Knight's controversial cartoon was not found to have breached press standards. And the verdict is not unusual.

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The tabloids’ growing problem with ‘the T word’

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.

Former Australian Press Council mamber Carla McGrath

Press Council votes to remove controversial member Carla McGrath

Carla McGrath has been removed from the Press Council after months of criticism surrounding her role as deputy chair of GetUp.

NT News ‘final solution’ comment in breach of press standards

The Australian Press Council has found theĀ NT News in breach of its standards by publishing a text message about Eurovision that referred to the "final solution".

Press Council to investigate Andrew Bolt column

The News Corp columnist's piece claimed a "tidal wave" of migrants was "changing our culture".

Media Files: Sydney Morning Herald court story ‘breached privacy’

The Australian Press Council has found The Sydney Morning Herald in breach of privacy for a story about a murder case.