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New York Times expands Australian bureau with ‘residency program’

New York Times expands Australian bureau with ‘residency program’

Jamie Tarabay will be joining the Times' Australian office as correspondent, while controversial opinion writer Bari Weiss gets a 'residency'.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Postal plebscite ... ABC staff running on fumes ... Eurovision drama has started early

Media briefs: Emmo v Bolt … bad news for News Corp … Vive la revolution! …

Media briefs: Emmo v Bolt … bad news for News Corp … Vive la revolution! …

Andrew Bolt got more than he bargained for when he invited Craig Emerson on the Bolt Report. And other media tidbits of the day.

From Diaz’s stop-the-boats plan to ‘shit happens’, pollies’ on-air gaffes

From Diaz’s stop-the-boats plan to ‘shit happens’, pollies’ on-air gaffes

Following Clive Palmer's dramatic 7.30 walk-out, Crikey intern Paul Millar finds eight recent moments in political on-air infamy.

The tricky issue of fuel prices

The tricky issue of fuel prices

Crikey readers have their say on World Cup controversies, singing politicians and the fuel excise.

Abbott’s ‘visionary’ policies v Labor’s crippling dysfunctionality

Abbott’s ‘visionary’ policies v Labor’s crippling dysfunctionality

While Tony Abbott continues to produce dud policies for the Coalition, Labor's problems are far deeper and have now crippled it. The choice for voters come the election in September is miserable.

‘Class warfare’ as govt tries to pay for Gonski

‘Class warfare’ as govt tries to pay for Gonski

The government has mixed its messages on education funding, but ultimately the real benefits of Gonski may not lie in the extra money, which is just a means to an end.

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

Richard Farmer’s chunky bits

The losers in this week's education reforms are likely to make their disappointment known, but the winners will probably not follow suit. Plus other political issues of the day.

ACTA a goner, and DFAT scores collateral damage

ACTA a goner, and DFAT scores collateral damage

A controversial copyright treaty looks dead in the water after the European parliament rejected it overnight. It's also in serious trouble here.