Having learnt nothing from the Iraq debacle, the Australian media is now urging our involvement in another military intervention in the Middle East.
When it came to covering the most important change in our income tax system for decades, the media focused on political trivia at the expense of hard analysis.
From "climate change" to "climate crisis"; experts say there are pros and cons to every doomsday prediction.
It's a familiar cry in 2019: "you can't trust the media". But the sentiment behind this idea is dangerous.
Four years ago, acclaimed novelist Di Morrissey got fed up with her local papers, and started her own. It's not an easy task.
The ABC is the only Australian outlet with a correspondent in the Pacific. Have we stopped caring about our closest neighbours? And if so, why?
The debate over whether Julian Assange is a journalist or not serves no purpose other than to undercut future press freedom.
How can journalism remain objective when faced with carefully curated social media instead of press conferences, and an attitude that criticism makes you an enemy of the people?