There is little doubt that the ABC's aggressive expansion into online content contributed to commercial alternatives leaving the market.
The ABC is a rare public institution that retains trust and unites Australians who otherwise are increasingly isolated from one another in their news consumption. What should its role be in a rapidly changing media environment?
Australia faces too many challenges for those in media and politics to fight in the daily battle of shielding friends and wounding enemies.
Scott Morrison's suggestion that an ABC reporter was a Labor partisan is just one the ways he's been channelling Trumpism.
Majestic steeds take over Sydney, a couple of Labor figures spotted at The European and a confusing tweet about the death penalty.
The court order to pay $3.75 million is the largest damages awarded against him.
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?