The exclusive tag has always been a marketing tool. As traditional media declines, it's being pushed more than ever.
Meghan and Harry are on their way home but it wasn't just the tabloids getting in on the royal festivities.
News Corp's anti-royal commission cheer squad should take a look in the mirror, Julie Bishop and Latika Bourke's tattered friendship, and the ABC has some trouble passing.
If the last few days are anything to go by, the ABC's acting chair, Kirstin Ferguson, may find herself the subject of one of The Australian's infamous Holy Wars.
A migration scheme that encourage new arrivals to move to rural and regional Australia has existed for decades. But try telling the papers that.
The ABC and The Australian have been trading barbs once again, with public criticism of each other's stories.
Contrary to earlier reports, Sky News' newly promoted program director Greg Byrnes knew about, and approved of, the station's interview with fascist Blair Cottrell.
Please pay attention, everyone else facing attack in the Australian media.
The Australian has pleaded guilty to charges of contempt of court after it published a series of articles detailing CFMEU boss John Setka's now dropped blackmail charges.