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‘Satire is dangerous’: Shaun Micallef on fake news and the sorry state of media

Shaun Micallef discusses the importance of quality journalism and why satire is no substitute.

If Scott Morrison is so worried about the “taxed-nots”, he should lower the barriers to access to the tools that allow us to see who’s following the rules, write <b>Roman Lanis</b> and <b>Ross McClure</b>.

How govt hides the biggest ‘taxed-nots’ from public scrutiny

If Scott Morrison is so worried about the “taxed-nots”, he should lower the barriers to access to the tools that allow us to see who’s following the rules, write Roman Lanis and Ross McClure.

The Australian's "exclusive" on the apparent left-wing brainwashing in uni media courses sells students short, writes UTS J-school student <b>Max Chalmers</b>.

Note to Sharri: students aren’t passive information sponges

The Australian's "exclusive" on the apparent left-wing brainwashing in uni media courses sells students short, writes UTS J-school student Max Chalmers.

Searching for UTS students at News ... redundancy whispers at Leighton Holdings ... Glenn Milne at a Crikey function? Seeing is believing ...

Tips and rumours

Searching for UTS students at News ... redundancy whispers at Leighton Holdings ... Glenn Milne at a Crikey function? Seeing is believing ...

The University of Technology in Sydney have received an offer from News Ltd's new venture <i>The Punch</i> for the opportunity for internships for their journalism students: unpaid internships.

The Punch defends its use of interns

The University of Technology in Sydney have received an offer from News Ltd's new venture The Punch for the opportunity for internships for their journalism students: unpaid internships.

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