Going backwards on media transparency 

By Glenn Dyer

So much for transparency. Earlier this year, NewsMediaWorks, the Australian print media’s industry group revealed a new metric for the embattled industry and took a big step forward so far as transparency is concerned by revealing quarterly revenue data, broken down into figures for print, digital and newspaper-inserted magazines for 2015, the first quarter with comparatives […]

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Australia’s long and proud tradition of ignoring the Refugee Convention we created 

By Michael Bradley

Australia was one of the first nations to sign up to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, so why do we flout it all the time? Turns out we always have.

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Rundle: someone should’ve told Clinton, it’s a long way down from the high road 

By Guy Rundle

Anthony Weiner

Seems it’s all tricks and no treats for the Democrats with an October Surprise for the Clinton campaign. Hmmm, did someone say “President Trump”?

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