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Hinch’s Senate Diary: tragedy and farce at the Anzac Day dawn service

Hinch’s Senate Diary: tragedy and farce at the Anzac Day dawn service

Witnessing the Anzac Day dawn service at Villers Bretonneux was a huge honour, as was awkwardly waiting in line at the portaloo with the next King of England.

Razer: yes, I love the Queen

Razer: yes, I love the Queen

Of course, a monarchy is ridiculous. But I can't help but love Queen Elizabeth.

Media briefs: mags light … too good to be true? … we like royal butts and we cannot lie …

Media briefs: mags light … too good to be true? … we like royal butts and we cannot lie …

There's a lot of fuss about the royal patootie. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

What the Queen, Prince Charles really knew about Gough’s dismissal

What the Queen, Prince Charles really knew about Gough’s dismissal

Historian and author Jenny Hocking digs into the archives to reveal what Queen Elizabeth II knew and when she knew it.

Media briefs: no more Big Ideas … sexy dead tree editions … Bolt endorses Sat Paper …

Media briefs: no more Big Ideas … sexy dead tree editions … Bolt endorses Sat Paper …

How many stories about a single sex survey can you fit into the one edition of a newspaper? And other media tidbits of the day.

We are not abdicating: Charles won’t be in charge for many years yet

We are not abdicating: Charles won’t be in charge for many years yet

Three European monarchs have abdicated in the last year or so, which got us wondering: could our Lilibet be next? Not on your life, writes freelance writer Dylan Barber.

Sentia Media index: NSW Premier rates a media mention

Sentia Media index: NSW Premier rates a media mention

NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell captured national headlines for his stance on child sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Almost as many as Prince Charles, writes Sentia Media's John Chalmers.

Media briefs: camera-shy royals … ABC hols … Howes ‘scoop’ …

Media briefs: camera-shy royals … ABC hols … Howes ‘scoop’ …

Seven has the royals camera shy ... Four Corners on holidays already ... the Women's Weekly milks its Howes scoop.

Prince Harry returns to face the wrath of Charles

Prince Harry returns to face the wrath of Charles

Prince Harry's supporters may laugh his nude photo controversy off as a frivolous PR fumble, but his father will be the person most peeved about it -- and with good reason, writes Tom Skyes.