They may be slightly off the beaten track, but two towns in South Australia say Google and Apple have got it wrong when it comes to travel times — and it's costing both towns crucial tourism trade.
ABC chairman Justin Milne makes an impassioned defence of the public broadcaster, telling business leaders "Australia must decide whether it wants an ABC in the future".
The ABC's chairman hits back at criticism the public broadcaster is harming the fortunes of Australia's media empires, defending the organisation's place in the country's media landscape.
Small local newspapers in the state's north-west — some produced entirely by a single person — are bucking the overarching downward trend in print media.
Research shows country people still want regional broadcast news and local newspapers, despite the demise on regional bureaux.