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Why Australian journalists are at war with their audience

Australia’s media is back-snapped broken — but don’t expect the most concentrated media ...  
Too often, stigma-based bullying ends in suicide

The national conversation we need to have is of the grimmest reality — suicide is the leading ...  
Higgins rape case delayed following Lisa Wilkinson's Logies speech

A Channel 10 presenter's potential infringement in the Brittany Higgins rape trial raises quest ...  
'Not in my backyard': Sale of tacos under-regulated in the U.S.

Once again, America, Mexicans have wandered about the streets thinking that they can simply go ...  
In Geneva, media and journalists call for release of Assange

During a press conference in Geneva, representatives of journalists and publishers from Switzer ...  
Andrews Government defends anti-protest logging law

The Victorian Government is attempting to pass a bill broadly criminalising the protest of native ...  
Excessive fan engagement at the footy not 'fan-tastic'

It would seem counterintuitive to alienate the vast majority of AFL fans who dislike NBA-style ...  
Woodside's 'climate bomb' Scarborough Gas Project must be defused

An injunction has been sought against Woodside’s Scarborough Gas Project in order to protect the ...  
CARTOONS: Dutton's armada

The looming-disaster-of-boat-arrivals idea that just won't float.  
Dutton's negligence haunts 2022-23 Migration Program

The allocation for partner visas may have been increased to clear Peter Dutton's illegally engi ...  
Government must support artists to enrich Australian cultural life

Income support payments are crucial to a healthy arts sector, writes Leya Reid.  
FLASHBACK 2019: Julian Assange's dad details son's torture

With the announcement that UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has green-lit Julian Assange's extradi ...  
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EDITORIAL: Why Australian journalists are at war with their audience

Australia’s media is back-snapped broken but don’t expect the most concentrated media ...  
Dominique 'distressed estate' Grubisa stripped of legal practising certificate

Authorities have announced they will consider 'other regulatory action' against self-professed ...  
Fines don't faze Forestry Corp's lust for logging

The EPA is urging the Government to order an independent review of Forestry Corporation NSW, which ...  
6 reasons why everyone should fight for Assange's freedom

The justice system has failed to defend the principles it should protect in the case of WikiLeaks ...  
Islamophobia: Asia's ugly growth industry

With the development of social media helping to spread far-Right messaging from the West, anti- ...  
Labor must fix energy policy mess left by Coalition

For almost a decade, the Coalition failed to develop a national energy plan, even though such a ...  

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