It was a battle of the orange t-shirts in Perth this week.
Using taxpayer money to fund ads doesn't just benefit politicians — it's money in the bank for their friends in the media.
Closures and consolidations of local newspapers in the US have had a ruinous effect on the local communities they serve. Is this what we'll see in Australia?
Nine has reported increased revenue and lower costs, but a look at the papers suggests that this is through significantly narrowing their focus.
After less than two years in operation, Nine has closed two of its regional Australian newsrooms in order to cut costs.
Former politicians bring skills and experiences that are often lacking in the usual suspects you’ll find on boards of private companies, but they pose other concerns.
The Daily Mail and Nine have breached press council standards with reports that "could contribute to substantial prejudice against transgender people". This isn't the first time we've seen these complaints.