A few months ago eight-year-old Daliah Lee made a discovery she did not like at all — something was missing from the back of her Nutri-Grain cereal box: girls. Now, she's managed to extract a promise to change from Kellogg's.
An advertisement for "Caucasian mature age men" to play the role of Father Christmas in suburban shopping centres in Adelaide is removed from a job website following criticism online.
People watching the 2018 NRL grand final on TV were exposed to 376 instances of alcohol advertising, researchers claim, as they renew calls for an end to alcohol advertisements during sporting events.
Broadcaster Alan Jones apologises for comments he made during a heated discussion with the head of the Sydney Opera House, where he called for her to be sacked during a debate on the promotion of the Everest horse race on the iconic sails.
The NSW Premier says "all sides of politics" support the decision and she has asked people to "wait and see" what the advertisement looks like before they rushed to make judgement.
The Opera House has been lit up before during the Vivid festival and the Olympics, so there is an air of inevitability that racing interests should have muscled their way onto the pristine white sails, writes Michaela Boland.
Journalist Jessica Rowe says she is frustrated her image is being used in fake news and advertisements to lure unsuspecting internet users into scams that will rob them of their money.
Super-sized phone booths that also act as an electronic billboard are being installed on Melbourne's crowded foothpaths, bringing in significant ad revenue for Telstra without the need for planning permits.
Centre Alliance Mayo by-election candidate Rebekha Sharkie says about 400 of her posters have disappeared over the past two days, but the Liberals deny being involved.
The fast food chain apologises for promising a lifetime of free burgers to Russian women who get pregnant to a World Cup player, ensuring "the success of the Russian team for generations to come".