Recent incursions on Australia's free press have shown once again that, without a national bill of rights, liberty is treated cheaply in Australia.
Actress Rebel Wilson has banned Fairfax from attending events on her current promotional tour, apparently over the Bauer Media defamation case.
How do Australia's provisions for keeping foreign insurgents out of Parliament stack up against those of other countries? Crikey intern Angus McCubbing investigates.
Donald Trump's "unhinged rhetoric" over trade agreement is creating headaches for Canada, writes senior television news executive Louis Cooper.
Britain's newest PM might need to rethink her media strategy. And other media tidbits of the day.
Over in Canada, the Trudeau government is considering ways to give state aid to Canada’s largest publisher, Postmedia Network, which is staggering under too much debt, and its shares are all but worthless. Ongoing discussions are being held with media groups via an independent facilitator to try to get some sort of consensus on financial and […]
Wouldn't it be good if we could compare ourselves with a similar economy that has cut company taxes to see the impact on investment and wages. Well, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer did.
Trade ministers have finished negotiations on the secretive and controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership. Dr Matthew Rimmer, professor in intellectual property law at QUT, says now it's time for the real debate.