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Aiia Maasarwe, the Gillette ad and male violence

In the wake of Aiia Maasarwe’s violent and senseless murder, men seem more upset about a Gill ...  
The attack of the pokies

Matthew Coscia provides an insider's view on the deceptive ways of the gaming industry.  
EDITORIAL EXCERPT: Scott Morrison, the fair dinkum (self-)marketing man

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has a corker of a new strategy to win back voters. IA fair dinkum ...  
The Sydney Opera House: Beauty, dignity and class have a price

Dr Binoy Kampmark illustrates how the almighty dollar holds more value than aesthetics when it ...  
Alan Jones and the Liberal Party turn the Opera House into a giant billboard

Spurred on by shock jock Alan Jones and supported by the PM, NSW Premier Berejiklian is now facing ...  
The Morrison Government, misogyny and the tampon tax trick

The misogynist Morrison Government has used the removal of the tampon tax to paint itself as a ...  
News Corp derides again! U.S.-owned 'The Australian' tells Sleeping Giant lies

The Australian newspaper has written several articles falsely accusing a respected ad executive of ...  
Kaepernick and Nike’s takeover

Nike's support of Kaepernick is not a sign of progress. It is an attempt to reduce the issue of ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Sleeping Giants awake and rise up against Sky and News Corp

A small group of social media activists is irritating Australia’s biggest media monopolist by ...  
The Lavoisier Group, Peabody Coal and the climate deniers

Global warming skeptics the Lavoisier Group deny funding from the fossil fuel industry, but the ...  
Why the big four banks asked for a royal commission

The tactics the big banks are employing now have been used in the U.S, by the tobacco, gun, ...  
Think for Yourself: Should Lottoland be banned?

Is Lottoland just another form of gambling or something more nefarious? IA critical thinker John ...  
Advertising and the Budget: The $5 billion tax break to make us unhappy

Australians will provide a $4.8 billion tax benefit this year to companies to sell us things we ...  
Australian test cricket ends summer on a high, though Channel 9 leaves sour taste

The test cricket was wonderful, but the advertising was (as usual) appalling, writes Lachlan ...  
Consumer win: Misleading conduct cases turn to scientific evidence

Recent cases of misleading and deceptive conduct show an increased role for scientific evidence in ...  
Behind the Liberal Party’s #FakeTradie ad: Massif artistic excellence

The Fake Tradie ad is an insightful piece of subversive modern performance art, says the fake ...  
RESEARCH: Sea level rise from global warming likely to cause massive costs

A simple relationship between sea level rise and the massive potential costs of future coastal ...  
The Superbowl ... and other adverts with a little bit of sport in the background

Corruption and advertising in sport. Once again, sports correspondent Lachlan Barker doesn't shy ...