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Jordan Peterson

Peterson is back with more rules … The Tele finds a new Yassmin … Trump frees his favourite crook

Every teenage boy’s favourite pseudo-intellectual is back, and has the Tele found its new Yassmin? Catch up with all the latest tips and murmurs.

News Corp’s ‘find the other’ blame game never ends

From 'Enemies of the state' to 'Dan-made disaster', the News Corp tabloids are suspiciously selective in their COVID-19 targets...

Darren Goodsir (Image: AAP/Nikki Short)

Tips and Murmurs: Tele in standards breach … ex-Herald editor hacked … Scomo’s day at the footy

The Daily Telegraph has fallen foul of the Australian Press Council (again), the former editor of The Sydney Morning Herald has been hacked, plus more of the latest tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

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Tips and Murmurs: Tower residents starved … Lyle Shelton’s new book … The Walkley Award for ratios

Melbourne's community tower residents continue to suffer under lockdown, and remember Lyle Shelton? He's back, in book form.

Geoffrey Rush prepares to face the media in December 2017 (Image: AAP/Wayne Taylor)

Enter the lawyers

Geoffrey Rush announces his intention to sue, leaving The Daily Telegraph scrambling to prepare its defence...

Eryn Jean Norvill (Image: AAP/Peter Rae)

Rush of blood set back Me Too, tarnished a superstar and star in the making

In its rush to publish its Me Too story, The Daily Telegraph set back the movement in Australia.

Geoffrey Rush (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

News Corp loses Geoffrey Rush defamation appeal, ordered to pay record damages

The full bench of the Federal Court has rejected The Daily Telegraph's appeal in its defamation case with Geoffrey Rush.

Geoffrey Rush and Eryn Jean Norvill in Sydney Theatre Company’s King Lear. (Image: Heidrun Löhr/ Sydney Theatre Company)

Sniffing for a scoop

As the Me Too movement sweeps across the globe, a reporter from The Daily Telegraph starts hunting for a story...

NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

A thicker blue line: why tabloid media is standing up for the cops

While the killing of George Floyd has seen a seismic shift in attitudes towards police in the US, the tabloid press is doing everything it can to prevent a similar change in public opinion from occurring here in Australia.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison. (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Send for the JobMaker

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison will today outline a recovery vision called 'JobMaker', and an ABC investigation has found that the much-touted 'Western governments dossier' is not so explosive after all. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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