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The Australian's political editor Sharri Markson (Image: Sky News/YouTube)

From the recesses of the internet to the front page of The Australian: a bomb-thrower’s journey

Inspired by Sky. Cooked in a dark room. Delivered by the Oz. This is how a News Corp exclusive is made

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We know what to do about News Corp. A royal commission isn’t necessary

Although it would be an awesome spectacle, it wouldn't solve the underlying problem: the overall collapse of the media industry.

Kevin Rudd (Image: AAP/Glenn Hunt)

What good will the petition into the Murdoch media empire do?

A royal commission into Rupert Murdoch's influence might seem like a long shot, but Australians are reaching a tipping point.

Attorney-General Christian Porter (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

The minister in charge of integrity has just lost a lot of integrity

Christian Porter was pushing his toothless anti-corruption watchdog even as his behaviour was being investigated by the media.

US President Donald Trump (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Four Corners, so what? Look over here! … Trump keeps firing (his officials) … Turnbull v Kelly

Get ready for good news to counter Four Corners' bad news, Trump has some more firing to do, and a ding-dong battle between Kelly and Turnbull.

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull and former deputy PM and Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce.

Politicians behaving badly is an old story, so why hasn’t it come out before?

Australia's onerous defamation laws stop many a public interest story about notorious MP pants men from being published.

Bonk ban revisited: how one bonk ban cock-blocked an entire city

Public Bar, Canberra’s late-night watering hole, was once a bustling hotspot for piss-ups and hook-ups. Then Malcolm Turnbull's 'bonk ban' hit, and things changed...

Attorney-General Christian Porter. (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

The Christian thing to do

Good morning, early birds. Attorney-General Christian Porter was warned by then-prime minister Malcolm Turnbull in 2017 after reportedly being spotted "kissing and cuddling" a young staffer, and early trials of drug company Pfizer's vaccine candidate suggest it may be 90% effective at preventing COVID-19. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Walls close in around Morrison on climate

Australia risks becoming an international pariah if it maintains its climate denialism as its major trading partners embrace carbon neutrality.

Rupert Murdoch (Image: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

In Murdoch’s News Corp the line between journalism and marketing no longer exists

Far from breaking news and holding leaders to account, News Corp is breaking the barriers between political coverage and political influence.

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