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If 2012 was the year the chickens came home to roost for most of our big papers, 2015 has been the year of living dangerously for the regionals - and in a different way for commercial TV.
Mark Di Stefano
In 2013, then opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull pledged to ditch Labor's fibre-to-the-premises national broadband network and replace it with a mix of technologies including upgraded copper wires and pay TV cables.
Now, despite a blowout in the cost of his...
In this week's Pidgin Politics, Tim, Gaby and Wes discuss Joe Hockey's valedictory speech to the Parliament, reforms to the superannuation industry as recommended by the Murray Inquiry and the Canadian election with senior Canadian lawyer Noble Chummar.
Joe Hockey pulled...
People have collected and kept animals for thousands of years. During the eighteenth and nineteenth century, what had been called menageries—often royal collections—gave way to zoos, where live specimens were collected for study.
Although some zoos—like the London Zoo—were established specifically for scientific research,...
Weekend talks between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and his New Zealand counterpart John Key have failed to quell Kiwi anger over the deportation of New Zealand criminals.
More than 1,000 New Zealand citizens face being kicked out of Australia—some of whom have lived here...
Search engines aren’t all that big on serendipity, the algorithms that drive them are programmed to match like for like.
Fostering a chance discovery is the last thing they’re designed to do. But does that literal and linear approach stifle creativity?
A diverse, independent media is seen as central to a functioning democracy, yet Australia now has one of the most concentrated media environments in the Western world. Keri Phillips asks how we got here in the first place and whether it even matters now that...
A diverse, independent media is seen as central to a functioning democracy yet tight government regulation in Australia has failed to ensure a plurality of voices. Rear Vision looks at the story of media ownership in Australia.
It's no secret that house prices in Australia are growing at an explosive rate, but what are the social costs of high house prices?
Housing is now seen as a key wealth generator and a driver of the economy. Has it always been seen...
An ocean sanctuary covering more than 6-hundred thousand square kilometres is to be created around the Kermadec islands north east of New Zealand. Conservation minister Nick Smith discusses the landmark decision to declare New Zealand's Kermadec region an ocean sanctuary.
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