Barnaby Joyce's partner Vikki Campion has reportedly dropped a privacy complaint she submitted to the Australian Press Council over photographs The Daily Telegraph took of her while pregnant.
Once, it looked like Vice Media had successfully grown from a subversive street magazine to slick global news and media company. But now its value is dropping and senior executives are facing sexual harassment claims. What happened?
Aunty has invited Charles Waterstreet to publicly discuss the #MeToo movement on national television. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
Who brought Lynette Daley's killers to justice?
What Crikey is reading: what 40+ years in solitary confinement feels like, Ballarat's suicide crisis, how liberal arts can turn you conservative, Milo Yiannopoulos' cynical book deal, and mending fences with Trump supporters.
Lay off SBS Viceland, says Marc Fennell.
SBS has trumpeted its exciting new partnership with Vice Media, to be called Viceland. But there's a pretty big problem with Viceland's UK and US launches, write Glenn Dyer and Myriam Robin.
Does the left have a future? How does a doctor tell a mother her son is dead? And who planted drugs in the car of a friendly PTA mother? Here is what we're reading this weekend.
Rupert loves Brexit. In his first public comments on the event his tabloids had a role in bringing about, American citizen Rupert Murdoch said the Brexit vote was “wonderful”, a “momentous decision” on “who we are”. The widely-reported comments were made at an invitation-only business in London hosted by The Times (which backed Remain) yesterday. “[Brexit was] […]