Deep-fried Mars bars and deep-fried pizza are Scottish emblems in the British media. But is it fair?
In an age when many parents won’t let their child post a letter because of “stranger danger”, it’s ironic that few pay attention while media organisations spend hours of one-on-one time with even their youngest offspring.
Australia and Japan’s national news reports on whaling are often biased, emotive and misleading, Flinders University PhD candidate Tets Kimura says.
Journalists believe their primary role in food scares is to inform the public of potential health risks, according to Flinders research.
The Bard really does turn up everywhere – this year’s Fringe will find Titania and Oberon scheming against each other in a bushland setting outside Nairne in the Adelaide Hills.
SA Premier Don Dunstan’s relationship with the media could be volatile, but he also helped to shape its critical role in modern politics.