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Rupert Murdoch’s life is built on doing the unexpected

Rupert Murdoch’s life is built on doing the unexpected

The media titan is once again generating headlines. But talk of a split from wife Jerry Hall is only one of the reasons.

  • by Stephen Brook

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‘Don’t fall in love with Rupert’: Murdoch, Hall head for divorce

‘Don’t fall in love with Rupert’: Murdoch, Hall head for divorce

Rupert Murdoch once tweeted he was “the luckiest and happiest man in world” when he made model and actor Jerry Hall his fourth wife.

  • by Anne Hyland
‘The truth matters’: Rupert, Lachlan Murdoch dragged into $2.3b Fox News defamation suit

‘The truth matters’: Rupert, Lachlan Murdoch dragged into $2.3b Fox News defamation suit

The media mogul and his son played a direct role in statements that fed false perceptions of voter fraud in the 2020 US presidential election, a court has heard.

  • by Jeremy W. Peters
Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall set to divorce: NYT

Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall set to divorce: NYT

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch and actress Jerry Hall are getting a divorce, The New York Times reported, citing two people familiar with the matter.

  • by Eva Mathews, Dawn Chmielewski, Lisa Richwine and Helen Coster
‘No guiding strategy’: Former Judith Neilson Institute executive unloads

‘No guiding strategy’: Former Judith Neilson Institute executive unloads

A senior founding executive of the organisation has accused its leadership of lacking transparency, and endorsed plans to shift direction.

  • by Zoe Samios
Leaked emails reveal fears of ‘destructive spiral’ at Judith Neilson Institute
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Leaked emails reveal fears of ‘destructive spiral’ at Judith Neilson Institute

Fresh tensions at the country’s biggest journalism nonprofit have surfaced just days after four directors abruptly resigned from its board.

  • by Zoe Samios
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Journalists question News Corp’s prediction tool

Journalists question News Corp’s prediction tool

Newspaper publishers always want to learn more about readers. But how far will a publication go to get someone to pay?

  • by Zoe Samios
Southern Cross TV deal in limbo, buyers wait

Southern Cross TV deal in limbo, buyers wait

Banking circles are now suggesting the deal is off because the company was unable to secure a price that it believes is reasonable for shareholders.

  • by Zoe Samios
Directors quit at billionaire Judith Neilson’s journalism institute
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Directors quit at billionaire Judith Neilson’s journalism institute

Media sources said Neilson’s vision isn’t finalised, but her direct involvement raised concerns about the ability for the institute to be independent.

  • by Zoe Samios
Family, comfy shoes and cinnamon buns: What Sarah Abo can’t live without

Family, comfy shoes and cinnamon buns: What Sarah Abo can’t live without

Sarah Abo reveals the one vice she can’t live without and her childhood dream job.

  • by Stephen Brook
Gay, straight or whoever we are, our secrets need not be fodder for public curiosity
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Privacy

Gay, straight or whoever we are, our secrets need not be fodder for public curiosity

The Rebel Wilson matter raises broader privacy concerns. The titbits from others’ lives are not our business, and that goes for your correspondent: Avid Reader No. 1.

  • by Parnell Palme McGuinness