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Car crash journalism: driving while ‘of African appearance’

Car crash journalism: driving while ‘of African appearance’

A swathe of Australian media is suddenly reporting the perceived appearance of people involved in car crashes. Well, maybe not all people in all crashes.

The Oz faces heat for ‘African’ description in car crash story

The Oz faces heat for ‘African’ description in car crash story

The news outlet's focus on "African" Australians hasn't let up, even after an editorial calling for an end racial division.

The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women

The AACTAs get no awards for portrayal of women

AACTA's needs some help on Twitter, Scott Morrison's agile takes on preselection, and Fraser Anning is going to get banned from Twitter, isn't he?

Right-wing conspiracy theorists driven mad by Turnbull’s ‘invisible hand’

Right-wing conspiracy theorists driven mad by Turnbull’s ‘invisible hand’

A sinister cabal led by Malcolm Turnbull is undermining the right. Can this frightening conspiracy be exposed in time? Only The Australian can help!

Who really did the best out of the Walkleys?

Who really did the best out of the Walkleys?

It depends on which publication you read.

Why did The Australian soft-pedal Larry Pickering’s anti-Semitism?

Why did The Australian soft-pedal Larry Pickering’s anti-Semitism?

The Australian today farewelled the disgusting Larry Pickering — and wholly failed to mention his hatred of Jews.

When is an exclusive really an exclusive?

When is an exclusive really an exclusive?

The exclusive tag has always been a marketing tool. As traditional media declines, it's being pushed more than ever.

What republic? How Australian media lost its cool over Harry and Meghan.

What republic? How Australian media lost its cool over Harry and Meghan.

Meghan and Harry are on their way home but it wasn't just the tabloids getting in on the royal festivities.

Australia is waiting for Andrew Bolt and Paul Kelly’s apology

Australia is waiting for Andrew Bolt and Paul Kelly’s apology

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.

Is The Australian gearing up for a Holy War on Kirstin Ferguson?

Is The Australian gearing up for a Holy War on Kirstin Ferguson?

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.