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The unreality of Pell’s sentencing

The unreality of Pell’s sentencing

Inside the courtroom for the final day of Pell's historic trial.

The cardinal and the king

The cardinal and the king

The new Michael Jackson reckoning ought to serve as a lesson against blind faith — and wilful blindness.

Publication prohibited: a history of the biggest suppression orders in Victoria

Publication prohibited: a history of the biggest suppression orders in Victoria

From underworld killings to high-level corruption scandals, here are some of the biggest stories which have been gagged by Victoria's suppression order regime.

Conservatives’ defence of Pell alienates them from their base

Conservatives’ defence of Pell alienates them from their base

The right commentariat, to their own detriment, have decided to go down swinging with Pell.

The road to anarchy: conservatives’ retrial of Pell is dangerous beyond reasonable doubt 

The road to anarchy: conservatives’ retrial of Pell is dangerous beyond reasonable doubt 

The refusal to accept Pell’s conviction is not merely a reactionary whinge; it is dangerous.

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen labels Trump ‘racist, conman, cheat’ in Congress testimony

Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen labels Trump ‘racist, conman, cheat’ in Congress testimony

Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has used his time testifying to congress to make far-reaching allegations against the President, and George Pell spends his first night behind bars after his bail application is withdrawn. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Taxonomy of takes: how the media is covering the George Pell verdict

Taxonomy of takes: how the media is covering the George Pell verdict

Australian media went into meltdown following the conviction of Cardinal George Pell. Crikey looks at the taxonomy of hot takes...

On Pell and the dangers of celebrating the justice system

On Pell and the dangers of celebrating the justice system

There’s a real danger in conceding the idea that an arm of the state establishes what did and didn’t actually happen.

A journalist’s nightmare … more Daily Tele ‘exclusives’ … Murdoch recovering from boat accident …

A journalist’s nightmare … more Daily Tele ‘exclusives’ … Murdoch recovering from boat accident …

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.

Danby in the firing line … wakin’ up early for George … Weinstein ‘gone’ …

Danby in the firing line … wakin’ up early for George … Weinstein ‘gone’ …

It was another early start for journalists covering the George Pell case in Melbourne this morning. And other media tidbits of the day.