Letters & Editorial
Look to Merkel’s Germany
Senator Abetz’s assertion (Sophie Morris, “The Queen’s Guard”, March 29-April 4) that his royalist views are an appropriate response to the disastrous course of German …
Can statistical analysis about our habits and moods provide tools for better living? The Quantified Self movement is counting on it.
Surf’s always up at this epitome of Aussie digs.
Describing herself as an "inflictor of ridiculously stylish violence", Bec Rawlings is the first Australian female fighter to sign with the Invicta Fighting Championships.
We did not have investor relations with that company.
The son of disgraced former NSW MP Eddie Obeid gives what he calls the “Bill Clinton answer” during an ICAC hearing into his involvement with a company called Australian Water Holdings.
It was a very cordial conversation. I was grateful that the president gave me so much of his time. It was about a 20-minute conversation.
The prime minister recalls his conversation with acting Egyptian president Adly Mansour, lobbying for the release of Australian journalist Peter Greste.
Our printers are in China and in India and we work to their rules. I absolutely would not call it censorship.
The managing director of Reader’s Digest Australia explains why pulling an L.A. Larkin novel because Chinese printers would not print the words “Falun Gong” and “torture” is not censorship.
If they have acted as registered informer since 1996 and proceeded to represent people, people will be asking, ‘Have I been compromised?’
The lawyer who represented Tony Mokbel questions the ethics of “Lawyer X”, who has apparently worked as both a criminal lawyer and police informant.
The reason it feels like the media battle is being waged as though it’s winner takes all is because that’s exactly what it is.
The ABC chairman talks about the power of News Corp and the assertiveness of its mastheads in his address “New Journalism for a New Public”.
It’s hardly hyperbole to build that into the title.
The producer defends the working title for his John Howard biopic, Man of Steel, which has garnered Hollywood backing and rumours Philip Seymour Hoffman was to play the title role before his death. Russell Crowe was reportedly filling the five-foot breach before it was revealed as an April Fools’ joke.