115 document(s) in Media.
Detention centres closed to inspection
The government and opposition have rejected a bid to open the offshore detention centres in Nauru and PNG for inspection by Australia's Human Rights Commissioner.
Sydney Morning Herald 17/05/2013
Spinning a good yarn over mining priorities
NOTHING is left to chance - every aspect of the Department of Planning's monthly media strategy is mapped out with military precision, including potentially troublesome issues.
Newcastle Herald 14/05/2013
A classic whodunit: the case of the flying sandwich
It was no picnic when half a sanger headed for the Prime Minister, writes Michael Evans.
Sydney Morning Herald 11/05/2013
Myanmar easing rules
"A day out with Sarah" might well be the new face of a free media in Myanmar. The television show follows Tun Eaindra Wai - Sarah - as she ducks in and out of the finest eateries in Yangon, or tells the camera a snippet of Mandalay culture.
The Age 10/05/2013
Truth lies mangled in wake of Boston bombing
Gross errors in the aftermath of the tragedy should be a wake-up call for the media.
The Age 03/05/2013
See what public thinks on same-sex marriage
The media in Australia is obsessed with same-sex marriage. It is far from clear, however, that this is a priority for many Australians living in the suburbs and regional centres - far away from the inner city where journalists tend to be domiciled.
Sydney Morning Herald 30/04/2013
Charges over topless Kate photos
Nanterre, France: Charges have been laid over the publication of photos of Prince William's wife Kate sunbathing topless in France. The photos were printed in two publications in September, one of which displayed the Duchess of Cambridge half-naked and having sunscreen rubbed into her buttocks by Prince William. The couple launched legal proceedings. The head of Italy's Mondadori Group, publisher of French magazine Closer, and a photographer at La Provence were both charged with invasion of ...
Sydney Morning Herald 26/04/2013
Corby book ruling reinforces photographic copyright laws
A copyright judgment that handed the family of convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby a windfall of more than $50,000 is unlikely to force a change to the way the media collect and use photographs.
Sydney Morning Herald 25/04/2013
The time has come for blunt talking
In the lead-up to the death of Tamerlan Tsarnaev and arrest of his brother Dzhokhar in Boston, there was much media condemnation in Australia of broadcaster Alan Jones. On the Sunrise program last Wednesday, Jones said that he "wouldn't be surprised" if the murders were a consequence of "a conspiracy amongst left-wing radical students".
Sydney Morning Herald 23/04/2013
Corby case tests media control of family photos
The Corby family watched helplessly as the photographs they had entrusted to the press in the early days of favourable coverage started appearing alongside stories portraying them as less than angelic.
Sydney Morning Herald 20/04/2013