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John Singleton’s <i>Oz</i> interview is a thing to behold

John Singleton’s Oz interview is a thing to behold

The national broadsheet took time out on Monday to tell us what John Singleton thinks of the #metoo movement, for some reason.

Rundle: class, gender and the truth about Weinstein’s protection racket

Rundle: class, gender and the truth about Weinstein’s protection racket

In the Weinstein scandal, the division of power and class is the real one.

News Corp lectures its readers: sexual harassment is appalling

News Corp lectures its readers: sexual harassment is appalling

Harvey Weinstein has been derided as a 'dinosaur' in The Australian, but News Corp has had a litany of it's own fossils.

Harassment payouts pile up for Murdoch’s Fox

Harassment payouts pile up for Murdoch’s Fox

There are reports that other victims of O’Reilly may emerge in coming weeks.

What the Clements scandal means for NSW Labor’s factional war

What the Clements scandal means for NSW Labor’s factional war

The sexual harassment scandal that has embroiled NSW state Labor will shift internal party dynamics. But to whose benefit?

Rundle: what ‘political correctness’ means in 2015

Rundle: what ‘political correctness’ means in 2015

Why is that most '90s of terms, "political correctness", back in public discourse?

Ergas in The Oz … journo s-x pests … Sunday Sun rises …

Ergas in The Oz … journo s-x pests … Sunday Sun rises …

In today's Media Briefs: Egras rushes to wrong judgement in The Oz ... Murdoch's Sun on Sunday: less a paper, more a mag ... LA Times to put up a paywall in March and more ...

DJs will be keen for a settlement after publicity blitz

DJs will be keen for a settlement after publicity blitz

The sheer amount of publicity generated by yesterday's Federal Court directions hearing in Sydney means David Jones would still be keen for a settlement.

Why workplace sexual harassment may never be the same again

Why workplace sexual harassment may never be the same again

David Jones aside, the make-up of the new government will determine exactly how sexual harassment is dealt with in our workplaces. Luke Williams reports.

Most women pay dearly for making sexual harassment complaints

Most women pay dearly for making sexual harassment complaints

A turning organisational wheel always crushes the whistleblower. No wonder so many women just leave instead of complaining about sexual harassment, writes barrister Moira Rayner.