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Trying to define what quality journalism means is a bit like unwittingly taking part in the age-old debate about what is art and what is not.
by Chris Lewis - 19/10/2017 - 49 comments
This bizarre conduct came to light after the ABC had initially removed the segment 'Misplaced Map Outrage' from its Media Watch website.
by David Singer - 14/09/2017 - 11 comments
I find this particularly objectionable on what should be the standards showplace of correctness in speech and language style… the ABC.
by Ian Nance - 11/09/2017 - 17 comments
A lay person could therefore assume ACMA's regulations are achieving their aim. But dig into the data and a different, confused picture, emerges.
by Patricia Edgar and Don Edgar - 6/09/2017 - 3 comments
Broadcaster Alan Jones is a climate sceptic who campaigns against renewables, drilling gas and digging coal. Which makes it pretty hard to live.
by Gary Johns - 11/08/2017 - 8 comments
A not very bright young woman, propelled on a wave of the pre-Kardashian phenomenon of celebrity for its own meaning; a youthful flower, gathered by the Grim Reaper while speeding off with her lover in the Pont de l'Alma tunnel in Paris.
by Binoy Kampmark - 2/08/2017 - 15 comments
Eighty-five per cent of brain development takes place in the first few years of life.There is a great opportunity here.
by Patricia Edgar - 28/07/2017 - 8 comments
The recent public debate over whether Schapelle Corby's exit from Bali was fascinating or nauseating fuelled anew an ongoing question.
by Neryl East - 16/06/2017 - 4 comments
As for the ABC's Yassmin Abdel-Magied's offensive Anzac Day tweet, and her eulogy to Islam­ic feminism, Ayaan Hirsi Ali was right to regard her as a 'hypocrite', dripping phony indignation.
by Gary Johns - 10/05/2017 - 24 comments
The game of political campaigning has changed, and almost everyone is still playing the old game.
by Samuel Alexander - 21/03/2017 - 13 comments
How fact checking in a post truth age gets undone by An Inconvenient Truth
by Geoff Ellis - 13/03/2017 - 9 comments
We celebrated two Australia Days this year. The bad news is that they were on the same date as each other and not only will there be no extra holiday but half the population wasn't able to see what the other half celebrated.
by Graham Young - 27/01/2017 - 27 comments

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