Good morning, early birds. The Prime Minister says he would like religious schools to be able to hire and fire staff according to their personal beliefs. Plus, Ray Hadley says sorry. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Scott Morrison has been accused of pouring "muck" onto journalists and playing populist favourites in the past. No surprise, then, the coverage of him since ascending to PM has a "daggy dad" vibe.
Ray Hadley has become the centre of what he calls a "storm in a teacup" after an on-air slip-up seemed to suggest that Peter Dutton was one of his political sources.
Interpretive dance, coal mines and lack of community consultation are just some of the issues that NSW Department of Planning bureaucrats are concerned about ahead of Estimates hearings later this month.
'Contributor Namy's' latest column raises some eyebrows. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
It's shock jocks at 20 paces as Neil Mitchell slams his colleague Ray Hadley over a parody of Macklemore's Same Love.
ACMA has found a marriage equality ad that played on Foxtel on Valentine's Day was not in breach of the rules, though the same ad on Sky was problematic. And Ray Hadley got away with playing a political ad during a blackout period because he wasn't paid for it.
Scott Morrison cheated on Ray Hadley's show with -- of all people! -- Jon Faine. We suggest some Beyonce might help soothe Hadley's broken heart.