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Alan Ramsey (Image: Australian media Hall of Fame)

Truth be told, an honest obit treats readers — and the dead — with respect

Veteran journalist Alan Ramsey's SMH obituary held no punches — just as he held none in his years as a feared and respected columnist.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison addresses the media (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Even the dumbest social media critics of journalism might have a point

Australian journalists — sick of being criticised by social media users — have to think hard about how to cover politicians who persistently lie, including Scott Morrison.

Scott Morrison and Donald Trump (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Saving democracy from the coup clux clan is everybody’s business. Right now

Metrics of democracy across the globe have found the project in decline for years now. Trump is where this gets you, not what causes it.

The age of media uncertainty: 6 lessons journalists have learned since 2016

What's changed since the last US presidential election? And what does that mean for us?

Sharri Markson interviewing Steve Bannon (Image: Twitter)

The Aussies making us (sort of) proud in the US election

Australian journalists are capitalising on the chaos of the US election cycle. Who's making the biggest splash?

(Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

The numbers game: how Morrison is playing journalism off a break

All politicians know that big numbers make big news. But Scott Morrison knows this better than most.

(Image: AP/Francisco Seco)

‘The political show trial of the century’ is unfolding — yet few seem to care

Journalist John Pilger has spent the last three weeks watching Julian Assange’s extradition trial at London’s Old Bailey. Here's what he saw.

Court artist sketch of Julian Assange (Image: Elizabeth Cook/PA Wire)

Spies, abduction, poison… it’s a story with the lot, so why is it unloved by the media?

Why is the Australian press showing so little interest in the case of Julian Assange?

(Image: Republican National Convention)

And the loser is: credible, contextual journalism

Is the US media capable of covering an election this chaotic?

ABC chair Ita Buttrose and managing director David Anderson (Image: ABC)

Inside the five-year plan: tick the box called ‘trust’ and hope that passes as public interest journalism

The ABC's vision for the future of news is one drawn from journalism academics obsessed with rebuilding trust — not fixing the glaring weaknesses of the national broadcaster.

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