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NSW Attorney General Mark Speakman (Image: AAP/Joel Carrett)

Finally, defamation reform that gives journalism more than truth

NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman is pushing for big changes to our defamation laws. It's about time.

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Australian journalists are producing miracles amid industry collapse

Australian media are producing some of their biggest stories while mastheads continue to fold.

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The story behind the #29Leaks data dump

15 years of leaked data is being released today as part of #29Leaks. Here's how this treasure trove came together — and what it could tell us.

Warning: Crikey is about to unleash a dozen nosy inquiry journalists into the world

Inq, a team of a dozen reporters and editors — and our biggest single investment in journalism — will launch in two weeks.

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court in April 2019 (Image: EPA/stringer)

Will the mainstream media redeem itself on Assange?

WikiLeaks' former major publishing partners were quick to turn their backs on Julian Assange, but they have a duty to stand up for investigative journalism.

Fairfax gets the best of both worlds with the ABC

The benefit to Fairfax of collaborating on investigations with the ABC doesn't stop it from complaining to the ACCC about the broadcaster's over-competitiveness.

What will Nine and Fairfax’s merger mean for investigative journalism?

From job cuts to joint investigations with the ABC, many questions remain unanswered as to what this merger will mean for Fairfax's unique brand of journalism.

‘Someone who gets into people’s faces’: Spotlight journalist Walter Robinson speaks in Sydney

Last night, at an event hosted by the US Studies Centre at Sydney University, Robinson shared his insights on the Spotlight expose of systemic child abuse in the Boston Catholic Church, on media and the law.

Why big business is more scared of Adele Ferguson than corporate regulators

When the media, not regulators, become the primary means of deterring corporate malfeasance, we have a big problem, and it's one that makes voters hostile to big business.

Investigative journalism is dead! Long live the pop-culture quest!

The low-stakes pop-culture quest is the product of media content mines.

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