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Donald and Melania Trump at the GOP conference

Tips and Murmurs: Grinchy Grauniad … Melania watch … ScoMo in Kelly’s gang?

Fox stirs the pot, the Guardian has headline issues, the false balance in reporting the republican national convention, and we regret to inform you that Craig Kelly is at it again.

Ray Martin in the ABC's At Home Alone Together (Image: iView)

A senator turns TV critic, nature isn’t healing, and COVIDSafe lovers time out.

You'll never guess which broadcaster a Liberal senator comes out swinging against, and where have all the app-spruikers gone? Plus other tips from the Crikey bunker.

WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court in April 2019 (Image: EPA/stringer)

Will the mainstream media redeem itself on Assange?

WikiLeaks' former major publishing partners were quick to turn their backs on Julian Assange, but they have a duty to stand up for investigative journalism.

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No, Julia Banks is not a saviour for women, or anybody

As Julia Banks and so many other politicians have shown, one can be simultaneously female and not much chop.

Julian Assange on a balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London (Image: AAP/Lloyd Jones)

Guardian campaign against WikiLeaks takes another fact-free turn

The Guardian reckons there's a smoking gun connecting the Trump election campaign and WikiLeaks. Only problem is, its own journalism undermines a claim for which there's no evidence.

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How newsworthy is the end of the world?

Not very, according to Fairfax, News Corp and the ABC.

Investigative journalist Kate McClymont. Image credit: Dean Lewis/AAP

Competing media outlets team up for award-winning investigations

In Australia in recent years, there has been a trend toward cross-media investigations, and away from single-newsroom investigations.

Julian Assange on a balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London (Image: AAP/Lloyd Jones)

The Guardian’s petty war on Julian Assange continues

Alan Rusbridger's regime never got over the fact that WikiLeaks hadn’t simply handed over the Cablegate files, and so the war continues.

Media Files: ACTU and MEAA smooth over journo access spat

The ACTU boss Sally McManus has met with journalists to allay their concerns about being locked out of union events.

Waterstreet off Q&A panel … AAP closes NZ wire service … Seven West Media under water …

Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet's controversial appearance on a special Q&A panel discussing the #MeToo movement has been scrapped.

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