A French court has awarded the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 100,000 euros in damages for a privacy breach. And other media tidbits of the day.
Fairfax New Zealand had hoped to merge with NZME, but the regulator has blocked the deal. That will likely mean redundancies and reduced printing for Fairfax's New Zealand assets.
Support for the monarchy has almost doubled among Australians under the age of 30. Monarchists and republicans agree Wills and Kate are partly responsible. Crikey intern Luke Cooper talks to both sides.
NSW politics dominated national news this week, catapulting plenty of NSW politicians into the Index for the first time.
Jewish links to parliament ... Will and Kate, is it OK to take pics of Uluru? ... unique O'Farrell protest ...
Wills and Kate (and baby Prince George) are in Sydney to meet their loyal subjects. But our enterprising royal correspondent found loyal subjects were rather thin on the ground.
Barry O'Farrell's resignation pushes the royals to a close second while the ABC becomes the first Australian broadcaster viewed China-wide... and other media tidbits of the day
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Sydney, and they will no doubt be on their blandest, most boringly dutiful behaviour. But that's not due to the dignity of their titles -- it's in opposition.
Will and Kate's trip to Australia will cost the government millions. Crikey provides suggestions on how the royals can slash costs ... but can Kate pitch a tent?