Two Queensland women accused of lying on their border cards cop a media beating, while others accused of the same deception are not. Reforms of Australia's arcane defamation laws could be a 'game changer' for press freedom. And the Daily Telegraph targets a Sydney pub over a name change but the former Captain Cook Hotel says it has been misrepresented.
Violent threats, sexualised harassment, and misogynistic hate. The online abuse female journalists cop for doing their job. So, how do you stop it? Basil Zempilas vows to continue his media work if he is elected Perth lord mayor. New owner of Bauer Media ditches eight titles leading to another 40 jobs lost. No, NASA did not announce a new star sign. And no, your star sign has not changed.
Nine's Today hosts have a moral epiphany after giving a platform to conservative commentator DeAnna Lorraine who believes coronavirus COVID-19 is a 'sham'. Why Seven's Murder in the Outback is a nasty, exploitative documentary that offers no new insights into the murder of Peter Falconio. Perth's Sam Barnett fools the media again, this time over claims he purchased tigers from the infamous Tiger King, Joe Exotic.
Lonely Brooklyn bartender Bob Saginowski works in a covert scheme funnelling cash to the local organised-crime syndicate through 'money drops', but gets caught in the crossfire of a robbery gone wrong.
A narrative comedy following the topsy-turvy life of Maddie and her close friends as they navigate the pandemic, partners, and the new parameters of their lives, all from the safety of their very own virtual bar.