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Dutton v Quaedvlieg

Dutton v Quaedvlieg

Good morning, early birds. The au pair saga rolls on with accusations from Roman Quaedvlieg. Plus, a security flaw in the NDIS system fixed. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Who will take the top job at Australia Council? Plus, no prizes for guessing who Bari Weiss is taking out for drinks when she gets to Australia.

New York Times expands Australian bureau with ‘residency program’

New York Times expands Australian bureau with ‘residency program’

Jamie Tarabay will be joining the Times' Australian office as correspondent, while controversial opinion writer Bari Weiss gets a 'residency'.

News Corp Adelaide redundancies … ‘No Mayo nays’ … trouble brewing for Ten’s owner …

News Corp Adelaide redundancies … ‘No Mayo nays’ … trouble brewing for Ten’s owner …

News Corp has cut subediting jobs in Adelaide and will further outsource to production company PageMasters in an attempt to reduce print costs. And other media tidbits of the day.

#HaveDied: New York Times causes fury over report of Israeli killing

#HaveDied: New York Times causes fury over report of Israeli killing

Journalists are condemning headlines from both The New York Times and CNN which leave Israel out of the news entirely.

Filing cabinets and censure: understanding the ABC culture of cautious restraint

Filing cabinets and censure: understanding the ABC culture of cautious restraint

Like many big legacy media companies, the ABC is grappling with disruption, but with one major difference.

Black music book pulped … Guardian Australia partners up … networks to cut ads

Black music book pulped … Guardian Australia partners up … networks to cut ads

A book on black women in music has been pulped. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Court suppresses Tele’s Rush defence … ABC apologises to Rudd … why Fox’s Disney deal was done …

Court suppresses Tele’s Rush defence … ABC apologises to Rudd … why Fox’s Disney deal was done …

A court has ordered the complete suppression of the Daily Tele's defence in the Geoffrey Rush defamation suit. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Razer: easily flattered journos lap up Bret Stephens’ free speech, free market dross

Razer: easily flattered journos lap up Bret Stephens’ free speech, free market dross

Last Saturday, US journalist Bret Stephens brought his blandishments to local media in a nice American accent. Helen Razer was not impressed.

Kim Wall is a murdered journalist, not a fun movie plot point

Kim Wall is a murdered journalist, not a fun movie plot point

The "dead girl" trope in our popular culture is bad enough without forcing the culture of news to collapse into it too.