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Bruce Gordon grows stake in Nine to nearly 25%

Bruce Gordon grows stake in Nine to nearly 25%

A disclosure of increased ASX funds could throw into doubt Nine’s takeover of Fairfax Media.

Alan Jones ordered to pay $3.75 million in Wagner defamation case

Alan Jones ordered to pay $3.75 million in Wagner defamation case

The court order to pay $3.75 million is the largest damages awarded against him.

How WikiLeaks became a political Rorschach test

How WikiLeaks became a political Rorschach test

The WikiLeaks of 2010 seems very different to the WikiLeaks of today. But is it the organisation that's changed, or just our way of looking at it?

How Russian hackers played the media

How Russian hackers played the media

The hacking of the 2016 US election by Russian agents was a masterclass in how to weaponise the media. How can this be avoided going forward?

The Thai cave rescue was perfect for a deluded, self-congratulatory media class

The Thai cave rescue was perfect for a deluded, self-congratulatory media class

We know that the events that create the greatest suffering are not generally led by an expedition into a cave, but by a policy and investor class who cannot be rescued by compassion.

The dictator, the disruptor and the Western media

The dictator, the disruptor and the Western media

One month on from the summit, the “evil North Korea” narrative is stale and counter-productive. Are we capable of change?

Why ABC attacks went from political theatre to fundamental threat

Why ABC attacks went from political theatre to fundamental threat

The Liberals have been playing a long game on ABC attacks, but it's the commercial media that's now given them the final play.

Easy as ABC: how to privatise national broadcasting

Easy as ABC: how to privatise national broadcasting

Privatising the ABC would be relatively straightforward, and there are different options for doing it if the government really wants to get going immediately.

All the times Barnaby Joyce has ‘broken his silence’ this year

All the times Barnaby Joyce has ‘broken his silence’ this year

Our former deputy PM is truly Australia's most enigmatic and reserved politician. Here are all the groundbreaking times he's spoken out.

The media is part of the malaise gripping our politics

The media is part of the malaise gripping our politics

Crikey readers respond to Bernard Keane's diagnosis of Australian media, plus the question of criticising the ABC.