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Award-winning journalist to lead Washington Post’s Australian set-up

Award-winning journalist to lead Washington Post’s Australian set-up

The Washington Post is establishing an Australian bureau in a sign of increasing reader interest in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • by Zoe Samios

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Trump remains banned from Facebook after board upholds suspension
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Trump remains banned from Facebook after board upholds suspension

Facebook’s independent oversight board has upheld the social media giant’s decision to suspend former president Donald Trump from the platform.

  • by Matthew Knott
Mobile phones, bushfires and COVID-19: How Ginger Meggs has evolved with the times

Mobile phones, bushfires and COVID-19: How Ginger Meggs has evolved with the times

Changes are made gradually, but the Ginger Meggs of 2021 has a racially diverse group of friends and speaks like a modern Australian kid, rather than using catchphrases like “ripper!” and “you beaut!“.

  • by Caitlin Fitzsimmons
Nine shares rise as Stan Sport subscriptions revealed

Nine shares rise as Stan Sport subscriptions revealed

Stan gained nearly 150,000 sport subscribers since it began broadcasting rugby union matches earlier this year.

  • by Zoe Samios
Shut out from the country, this is how the Australian media covers China

Shut out from the country, this is how the Australian media covers China

New data shows limiting access to the country is having its intended effect.

  • by Eryk Bagshaw
From outsider to insider: How Netflix’s Que Minh Luu rose to the top
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From outsider to insider: How Netflix’s Que Minh Luu rose to the top

What’s the song Que Minh Luu listens to the most? The Pokemon theme song, according to Spotify.

  • by Broede Carmody
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‘Make her skin a little lighter’: Editor Justine Cullen exposes realities of decades in mags

‘Make her skin a little lighter’: Editor Justine Cullen exposes realities of decades in mags

Former Elle Australia editor-in-chief Justine Cullen says she was once asked to lighten Beyoncé’s skin, a request that wasn’t unusual at the time.

  • by Zoe Samios
Groupthink permeates every aspect of our lives

Groupthink permeates every aspect of our lives

More people and more journalists need to question their intuitive assumptions and those of their peers.

  • by Amanda Vanstone
Netflix Australia revenue grows off major COVID-19 streaming boom

Netflix Australia revenue grows off major COVID-19 streaming boom

Netflix Australia made $20.5 million in revenue last year. Its tax bill was less than $600,000.

  • by Zoe Samios
A ‘low act’: Experts blast New Corp’s withdrawal from regions

A ‘low act’: Experts blast New Corp’s withdrawal from regions

The decision by News Corp to fold most of its regional websites into two of its capital city mastheads has been roundly criticised by media experts.

  • by Stuart Layt
Google’s Australian business tops $5 billion despite COVID-19 pandemic

Google’s Australian business tops $5 billion despite COVID-19 pandemic

Google Australia took in more than $5 billion last year despite some of the worst advertising market conditions on record. Its tax bill rose to $76 million.

  • by Zoe Samios