The news outlet's focus on "African" Australians hasn't let up, even after an editorial calling for an end racial division.
The News Corp columnist's piece claimed a "tidal wave" of migrants was "changing our culture".
The Australian has run a vicious three-week campaign against Weisbrot and the McGrath appointment, and this morning the paper gloried in its kill.
And Chris Mitchell's rambling piece is the icing on the cake.
The toothless press regulator has appointed a member who is not to the taste of Boris Whittaker. Naturally The Australian is entitled to take its bat and ball and go home, and not answer to anyone at all except King Rupert.
Convicted rapist Antonio "Tony" Loguancio called Nine Network chief of staff Kate McGrath numerous times during a siege, which the coroner says hampered police efforts to negotiate with him.
The Daily Telegraph has backed off a claim that over 70,000 welfare recipients with medical certificates were dole bludgers.
Press Council rules Duncan Storrar's criminal past was in the public interest.
The Weekend Australian revealed too much about the woman who accused Jamie Briggs of inappropriate behaviour in a Hong Kong bar, says the Press Council.