When people who test positive to COVID-19 become subject to ridicule for their activities, it could make others feel reluctant to reveal their movements to contact tracers.
Three young women attracted backlash after failing to quarantine and bringing COVID-19 into Queensland. But public shaming could discourage people from following public health advice.
If the ACCC takes one of the tech giants to court for breach of the code, the penalty could be more than $10 million.
It's time characters on TV reflected not only women's experience of heart disease but those of men from diverse backgrounds if we want to prevent more people dying from heart disease.
When reporting of a tragedy raises questions about media conduct, we are left wondering who will be the guardian of information presented in the public interest, writes Shaun Carney.
The private equity consortium bidding for Fairfax has experience in media – and it's not all bad, writes Mark Humphrey-Jenner.
UNSW media student Annalise Bolt has won a prestigious scholarship from The Walkley Foundation to work at 60 Minutes and Nine News.
UNSW professor of public health Lisa Jackson Pulver will spend the next month at NITV, SBS's dedicated Indigenous news channel, as Scientist in Residence.
Constantly changing the law after media outcries over particular cases produces distortions in the law for short-term political gain, writes David Brown.
A rocking stool, inspired by sandstone formations in Arizona, is one of 350 artworks being exhibited at the COFA Annual – a showcase of art, design and digital media by graduating students.