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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?

Journalist Michael Smith, anchor Cheng Lei and journalist Bill Birtles (Images: CGTN; supplied)

Australia takes moral high ground on China expulsions. But should it?

A little tit-for-tat on Australia's part wouldn't necessarily be a bad thing. The US reacted swiftly when three of its journalists were expelled.

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Journalists have become a chorus in the theatre of daily COVID briefings

Are daily coronavirus conferences diminishing the power of journalism?

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The moral clarity of journalism is lost if the news really is from nowhere

Coverage of Black Lives Matter proves that Australian media will never achieve moral clarity unless it can identify its own racism as well as it can others'.

War in the newsroom: when journalists prefer silos to the marketplace of ideas

When free speech is shouted down by the very people whose job it is to promote it, the media is in danger of becoming an echo chamber.

Oh good, Trump’s got an Antifa conspiracy theory

Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump has put forward a conspiracy theory about the 75-year-old protester who was shoved and ignored by police, and The Australian reports that Black Lives Matter Protests are likely going to prompt cabinet to delay accelerated easing of COVID-19 restrictions. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods

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How Morrison is mimicking the Trump media playbook

Fresh from the US and with a new nationalistic spin, Scott Morrison has some new talking points. Is Australian media prepared to counter them?

Yang and Assange show Australia’s glaring double standard

The Australian government is, rightfully, speaking out about the treatment of Yang Hengjun, but Julian Assange has been left in the 'too hard' basket.

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The government’s war on the press has been years in the making

Since passing metadata retention laws in 2015, the government has been hard at work gunning for journalists. The AFP's demand for Qantas to hand over personal travel records should not be surprising.

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What communities lose when regional media disappears

The closure of rural media is not just sad for staff, it's a tragedy for struggling communities that are routinely ignored by metropolitan news.

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