Alan Jones doesn’t have to “die of shame” for his remarks about the PM’s father — fresh ratings show more people are listening to him, not less, despite a social media-led campaign against him.
Politicians, health researchers and gay rights activists have accused News Limited columnist Miranda Devine of misrepresenting evidence and downplaying the seriousness of homophobic bullying in a front-page news story and accompanying opinion piece published in Sydney's Daily Telegraph yesterday.
Left-wing lawyers Slater & Gordon heads a large list of firms yet to withdraw advertising from The Alan Jones' Breakfast Show as pressure mounts on the conservative shock jock over his disgraceful Julia Gillard comments.
Neil Mitchell named journalist of the year, Piers Akerman blasts childless Kate Ellis, Miranda Devine wants lice inspectors in schools.
Andrew Bolt on the abortion slippery slope, Miranda Devine hasn't forgiven Stynes and Negus, Piers Akerman slams Sydney's provincial political pygmies.
Ray Hadley celebrates 30 years in radio, Janet Albrechtsen dusts off The Latham Diaries, Alan Jones spruiks for his buddy James Packer.
Bolt goes ballistic on his blog, Jones mixes with the Greens, Ray Hadley gets a footy gig and NZ's most controversial megaphone prepares to take on Mel and Kochie.
The Bolt Report is being used by some commentators as proof of Gina Rinehart's plans to use Fairfax to advance a conservative, pro-mining agenda. According to Bolt himself, that's a load of tosh.
Neil Mitchell editorialises on Gina Rinehart's Fairfax raid, Ray Hadley sets the pace on the tent embassy fracas and Piers Akerman fears Indigenous constitutional recognition will lead to apartheid.
Miranda Devine's war on cyclists, Ray Hadley interviews Tony Abbott, Andrew Bolt on asylum seekers (and the Wiggles).
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