law & crime December 2, 2023
Bruce Lehrmann’s defamation case against Network Ten has been defined by an inability to recall key details and testimony that is contradicted by other evidence.
international relations November 4, 2023
A week into Israel’s invasion of Gaza, few hostages have been recovered, while the death toll rises and the UN warns of a humanitarian crisis.
media September 30, 2023
Lachlan Murdoch’s first actions since taking over his father’s empire suggest he is committed to the network’s far-right populism. Whether it keeps him in the job is another question.
media September 22, 2023
At the age of 92, Rupert Murdoch has finally stepped down as chair of News Corp. The ‘most dangerous man in the world’ has put his son in charge.
law & crime August 26, 2023
Numerous questions remain unanswered as the Victorian town of Leongatha grapples with the deaths of three people and the hospitalisation of another after a family lunch – but some facts have emerged.
media August 19, 2023
ADH TV, with the backing of James Packer and a 20-something chief executive, is giving Alan Jones and others an online platform to the right of Sky News.
law & crime August 12, 2023
The head of the inquiry into the Lehrmann prosecution is likely to face the ACT Integrity Commission and may also be charged for giving his report to The Australian before the government.
media August 5, 2023
A senate report on foreign interference through social media channels in Australia is proposing a co-ordinated national approach to ensure online platforms work harder to combat false information.