Both major newspaper companies have announced more cuts at their community titles this week.
If a terrorist were to try to infiltrate Parliament House, doing it through the press gallery might be one of the easiest ways to do it. The Australian Federal Police is cracking down on security blind-spots. But with armed patrols guarding the halls, should journalists be concerned?
Anyone who's anyone in Canberra reads The Australian. But that doesn't mean the paper is as influential as it says it is.
Christopher Pyne pissed off the press gallery -- and they're exacting their revenge. Former adviser and journo Marcus Priest examines the old Canberra games played under Tony Abbott.
Broadcaster and journalist Jonathan Green calls for a better political debate in his new book The Year My Politics Broke. It's all personality over policy.
The press gallery is scrambling to realign their contacts book and make friends with the right people in Tony Abbott's government. So who'll be in favour and who might be shut out?
There are three undisputed doyens of political reporting: Laurie Oakes, Michelle Grattan and Paul Kelly. But all are past retirement age. What will political reporting be like when they are gone?
In her new book Kerry-Anne Walsh accuses former Fairfax colleague Peter Hartcher of barracking for Kevin Rudd. Hartcher denies it. Does anyone have an agenda here, or is it business as usual?