The press has reacted with the restraint you'd expect to the news of Prince Harry's engagement, with front pages almost dedicated to the news.
Publications are the key to science -- but it's an expensive exercise. And it puts a price on research that the public can't afford to pay, argue science writers Upulie Divisekera and Adam G Dunn.
Media redundancies have banished important reporters in science, health and environment. It's bad news for understanding important issues, says the Australian Science Media Centre's Lyndal Byford.