The loss of at least 30 jobs at WA's only statewide daily newspaper in its latest round of redundancies raises concerns from government and media insiders that the powerful will no longer be effectively held to account by The West Australian.
Contempt of court proceedings brought against 36 Australian news organisations and journalists over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's sex abuse trial are unprecedented in Australia and could have "chilling effect" on open justice, a court hears.
Sarah Harden heads up the media company owned by actor Reese Witherspoon. Together they're working to "put women at the centre" of an industry dominated by men.
The Oscar-winning actor knows what it is like to wait for box office numbers, critics' reviews and his next big role, but today may be the most important result of his life.
Several former staff at radio station 2GB come forward with fresh allegations of bullying against high-profile broadcaster Ray Hadley.
Veteran journalist Margot Kingston accuses Alan Jones of a smear campaign against media organisation Al Jazeera, after he sided with Pauline Hanson in the aftermath of the How to Sell a Massacre documentary.
The Victorian Supreme Court will hear contempt of court allegations next month against 36 news organisations and individuals including Rady Hadley and Deb Knight who've been accused of breaching suppression orders relating to the trial of Cardinal George Pell.
Dozens of Australian news organisations and journalists face possible "orders for imprisonment" or fines for alleged contempt of court over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's conviction for child sexual abuse.