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Australia's politicians have responded to a media campaign calling for better protections for whistleblowers and journalists while doing their jobs.
Australians around the nation have woken to find major news outlets censored, with some newspapers, websites and broadcasters featuring stories with heavily redacted sections.
This time of year is typically a low season in Bali, but with school holidays and cheap flight deals, Australians looking for a beautiful beachside holiday flock anyway.
The Seven Network has dropped its flagship news and current affairs program, Sunday Night.
Christians and Muslims are demanding an apology from radio host Kyle Sandilands after he made "disgusting" comments about the Virgin Mary on-air.
A mix of terror, outrage and occasional admiration has been the response to the new 'Joker' film starring Joaquin Phoenix in the titular role.
Libra's new ad campaign is tackling period stigma head-on, by depicting actual blood on pads for the first time.
Two more advertisers have ceased working with 2GB and 4BC radio host Alan Jones, following his widely condemned comments about "shoving a sock down the throat of" New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern.
The headline in today’s New York Times says it all really: “Australia May Well Be the World’s Most Secretive Democracy."