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Anatomy of a sting: how sexual harassment allegations against a High Court judge came to light

Crikey goes inside how a pair of journalists reported Dyson Heydon's downfall...

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Independent. Always? Liberal-linked Nine joins the Liberal war on industry super

The Sydney Morning Herald wants industry super funds to disclose their links with unions. Too bad the paper fails to disclose its own links with and support for the Liberal Party — and is that why it has now joined the war on industry super?

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Stay-at-home boomers threaten to kill off print advertising

COVID-19 is hurrying along the inevitable death of print news.

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Kevin Rudd wants the last word

Last week Crikey received a strongly worded letter from the former prime minister. But it turns out we weren't the only ones on his mailing list.

Everyone Nine has nabbed from News Corp

Nine wasted no time in snatching up rival talent after its merger with Fairfax. Who made the switch?

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Who is Charlie Teo, the surgeon making headlines?

Crikey takes a look at the media attention on the 'brilliant, adored, flawed' neurosurgeon, his response, and the potential fallout from Nine's investigation.

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Who are the papers backing in this week’s ‘knife-edge’ NSW election?

The election might be neck-and-neck, but the papers have definitely made their decision.

The Oz fishes for a new scare campaign

As the government offers a re-run of the asylum seeker scare campaign of 2001, News Corp run through the other classics.

As Fairfax loses its purpose, how long will print survive?

After Nine's takeover of Fairfax, it will be a question of when, not if, the major mastheads will cease to print the dailies.

Media Files: ABC pulls funding from The Checkout

The Checkout, ABC's consumer affairs show, has fallen victim to the ABC's funding cuts.

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