As Today parts ways with long-time host Karl Stefanovic, the media is in a frenzy trying to predict his replacement.
Channel Nine heaped praise on James Packer's new Macau casino. But who paid for journalist Ross Greenwood's trip?
In 18 months Kevin Rudd and co have managed to get our national debt to a whopping one fifth of a trillion dollars. Prepare to watch Wayne Swan spin out of control with this budget, writes John Izzard.
The National Australia Bank went into uncharted waters at yesterday’s AGM in Brisbane, by paying journalists to conduct a 50-minute pre-meeting discussion with chairman Michael Chaney and CEO Cameron Clyne.
Anyone reading the Friday morning papers might think it was big news: Ray Martin had left Nine. In reality, he's just helped Nine management and the owners, CVC and James Packer, make a $1.2 million cost saving, writes Glenn Dyer.