Majestic steeds take over Sydney, a couple of Labor figures spotted at The European and a confusing tweet about the death penalty.
If either party ever thought they had this under control, they don’t anymore. This show will go on. And on.
Sometimes there's a real stand-out in the media for truly terrible journalism, and Crikey likes to acknowledge the effort that goes into these with a coveted Wankley Award. Today we're giving one to The Daily Telegraph for an over-the-top beat-up about a defence force training document.
The Australian Press Council has found The Sydney Morning Herald in breach of privacy for a story about a murder case.
Luke Lazarus has responded to a Four Corners story about the acquittal of his rape charges. And other media tidbits of the day.
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.
Ita Buttrose has announced she's leaving Studio 10, a show that's already suffered several desertions in the past year. And other media tidbits of the day.
The Commonwealth Games closing ceremony snaffu rolls on, with Seven's Johanna Griggs firing back at ABC's Tracey Holmes' reports yesterday that Seven knew, or should have known, the details of the ceremony before it went to air.
Journalist Louise Milligan, author of Cardinal: The rise and fall of George Pell, has been ordered to transcribe her shorthand notes as she prepares to give evidence in Pell's court case.
Two stories in The Daily Telegraph attacking former Human Rights Commission president Gillian Triggs for speaking at a Bob Brown Foundation event have been found in breach of Australian Press Council standards.