Christian Porter has denied an allegation, outlined in an anonymous letter, that he raped a woman in 1988. Has the media coverage been reckless or reasonable? Is it trial by media? Would an inquiry throw light on what happened?
Small publishers are concerned they'll be overlooked as Facebook and Google begin signing commercial deals for news content. Holding the government to account over rape allegations in federal parliament proves a challenge for reporters.
AstraZeneca boss delivers a well-rehearsed script while spruiking the upcoming coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine on breakfast TV. A look at the fallout for local media in the wake of Facebook's shock move to ban news content. Andrew Bolt slams the ABC for broadcasting a documentary on Captain James Cook but fails to tell his viewers that it was commissioned and aired by Foxtel in 2018.
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When a navy ship carrying nuclear warheads is hijacked by terrorists, the fate of the world depends on the ship's cook, who just happens to be a special forces martial arts weapons expert.