Polling has a bad record in recent years. But there's a new model, and it's predicting a landslide.
Even the best-known and well-established news titles in the world are cutting jobs to deal with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia has moved up several places in The Economist's Global Democracy Index amid a tumultuous year for the region's powers.
Today in Media Files, Sky News political reporter Tom Connell makes a dash for it during a live cross, and the government has announced the new head of ACMA. ‘It’s probably a miracle I wasn’t tasered or something’. The things you do for live TV. Sky’s political reporter Tom Connell was put on the spot yesterday […]
Australia has gone backwards since 2012 on both electoral process and political culture, writes economics reporter Alan Austin.
If you're stuck for an idea and don't want to move away from your computer, why not buy your loved one a gift of words this year? Crikey journalists Sally Whyte and Myriam Robin bring the goods.
A Cathy McGowan adviser says the campaign was great. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
To overcome the fall in print ads, The Economist stepped up its strategy of pushing readers to premium packages of print and digital deals.