Good morning, early birds. The technical definition of "Aboriginal" could soon change to help the government better distribute GST. Plus, details emerge about Bomber Thompson's arrest (and subsequent release). It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Andrew Bolt, the most-read columnist in Australia, who occupies the airwaves both visual and auditory for two hours every weeknight, is marginalised and underprivileged. And he has a sad, you guys.
The ABC has apologised to Andrew Bolt, but Bolt says it's not enough. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Andrew Bolt has been called a racist, and he's terribly, terribly sad about it. Plus other media tidbits of the day ...
Empowering indigenous Australians to take charge of their own healthcare proved more successful than epidemiologist and public health advocate Fiona Stanley ever imagined. She writes in the latest GriffithREVIEW.
The transcript and audio of academic Marcia Langton's recent Boyer Lectures has been altered to remove her querying whether environmentalist Tim Flannery is "provocative and racist".
Russell Skelton has issued a bizarre defence of Marcia Langton in the new-look Age, and Mia Freedman talks penis blogging.
The Age's Russell Skelton offers a bizarre and self-contradictory defence of Marcia Langton after Crikey revealed she failed to disclose links to Rio Tinto in her Boyer lecture series.