A much anticipated lawsuit has been brought against Fairfax by former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith after allegations of bullying and violence were printed in Fairfax papers.
Many predict that the Nine-Fairfax deal would see the end of Fairfax's ownership of regional papers. But would that necessarily be a bad thing?
Fairfax's full-year results show that metro papers aren't faring terribly, but it will take more than that to convince Nine to keep them.
The Fairfax archives, covering the media business from the 1840s to the 1990s, have some timely lessons for media watchers.
In announcing Domain's first annual reports since spinning off from Fairfax, chairman Nick Falloon says he welcomes the proposed Nine-Fairfax Merger.
Ben Roberts-Smith, the Seven executive and decorated SAS veteran, has reportedly launched defamation action against Fairfax for a story alleging war crimes and domestic violence.
Good morning, early birds. NEG negotiations are underway as parliament resumes. Plus, a war veteran calls for a criminal investigation into Fairfax. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Jamie Tarabay will be joining the Times' Australian office as correspondent, while controversial opinion writer Bari Weiss gets a 'residency'.
There has been much focus in recent weeks on what the merger will mean for Fairfax journalism. But will Nine (and Stan) get a better deal?