The editor of WA's only metropolitan daily newspaper announces he will resign his position after almost 10 years at the helm, just weeks after he was elevated to a more senior role.
Despite a minor Fairfax shareholder's last-minute attempt to derail the deal, Nine clears another hurdle in its bid to take over the rival media company. However, lawyers for former Domain chief executive Antony Catalano say they may appeal the decision.
Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson fails in her bid for her appeal case to be heard in the High Court of Australia, after she was ordered to pay back millions of dollars she was awarded in a defamation case against Bauer Media.
Award-winning sports journalist Caroline Wilson uses her speech at the Andrew Olle Media Lecture in Sydney to reflect on sexism in sport, including the time she arrived at a football writers' dinner, only to be handed an apron and sent to the kitchen.
Tom Blackburn SC, who is representing The Daily Telegraph in its high-profile defamation case involving actor Geoffrey Rush, seeks to make an eleventh-hour amendment to the newspaper's defence.
Before Justice Michael Wigney entered the Federal Court in Sydney on Monday, an official told a packed public gallery to turn their phones off. This is not the theatre. The court has, however, seen plenty of drama this week.
The Oscar-winning actor insists he did not lick his lips in front of a female colleague, or grunt and growl during rehearsals for a Sydney Theatre Company production as he is cross-examined during his defamation case.
An article in The Daily Telegraph accusing Geoffrey Rush of inappropriate sexual behaviour "destroyed" his reputation, and meant his income fell from $1.5 million to $44,000, the actor's lawyer tells a court.
While Cosmopolitan's closure may not spell the end of women's media, it could represent the death of a once highly lucrative white feminist ideal, writes Jessica Martin.