The 2016 election has revealed just how compliant Australia’s media landscape has become. In some cases, it’s hardly a surprise. But the failure of the ABC to challenge narratives run by the Coalition is of serious concern, writes Sean Hosking. As the outcome of the federal election has illustrated, we are currently experiencing a crisisMore

The 2016 election has revealed just how compliant Australia’s media landscape has become. In some cases, it’s hardly a surprise. But the failure of the ABC to challenge narratives run by the Coalition is of serious concern, writes Sean Hosking. As the outcome of the federal election has illustrated, we are currently experiencing a crisisMore

These Journalists Dedicated Their Lives to Telling Other People’s Stories. What Happens When No One Wants to Print Their Words Anymore? As newsrooms disappear, veteran reporters are being forced from the profession. That’s bad for journalism—and democracy.

These Journalists Dedicated Their Lives to Telling Other People’s Stories. What Happens When No One Wants to Print Their Words Anymore? As newsrooms disappear, veteran reporters are being forced from the profession. That’s bad for journalism—and democracy.

AFP whistle blower’s explosive claims of mass murder, rape and corruption

AFP whistle blower’s explosive claims of mass murder, rape and corruption

On Saturday, Australia will hold its federal election. The current conservative government—a center-right coalition led by the Liberal Party—is narrowly slated to win out, despite the fact that the Liberal Party appears to have laundered taxpayer money through a company the party owns.

Is Australia's Ruling Party Laundering Money Through a Sketchy Voter-Tracking Software Company?

On Saturday, Australia will hold its federal election. The current conservative government—a center-right coalition led by the Liberal Party—is narrowly slated to win out, despite the fact that the Liberal Party appears to have laundered taxpayer money through a company the party owns.

Fairfax was so proud of Sheehan’s column it printed letters the next day praising his journalism. Now they seem frozen in damage control mode

Fairfax remains silent on Paul Sheehan's palpably false column

Fairfax was so proud of Sheehan’s column it printed letters the next day praising his journalism. Now they seem frozen in damage control mode

warning from ratings agency Moody’s about the need for tax rises to stave off a possible downgrade in Australia’s credit rating hasn’t caused much of a ripple in the media, even after two of the big banks and JP Morgan made similar observations earlier this week.

warning from ratings agency Moody’s about the need for tax rises to stave off a possible downgrade in Australia’s credit rating hasn’t caused much of a ripple in the media, even after two of the big banks and JP Morgan made similar observations earlier this week.

Organisers of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair said tensions began rising yesterday when Ms Hanson turned up with a Channel Nine crew.

Organisers of the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair said tensions began rising yesterday when Ms Hanson turned up with a Channel Nine crew.

Australia is crying out for a stable government that can be trusted to deliver what it promises.

Australia is crying out for a stable government that can be trusted to deliver what it promises.

Journalism isn’t really a profession, much as some of its practitioners proclaim it to be. It’s much closer to being a trade or a craft. And like all crafts, success in journalism is us…

Journalism isn’t really a profession, much as some of its practitioners proclaim it to be. It’s much closer to being a trade or a craft. And like all crafts, success in journalism is us…

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