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ACCC Preliminary report submissions: selected extracts and key points  

The inquiry has considered a range of issues related to the digital landscape

Should news media subscriptions be tax-deductible?  

Working towards a sustainable future for the production of news media  

What you need to know: NSW election and political matter advertising

Learn how to avoid doing the wrong thing this election season

What you need to know: Federal election and political matter advertising

How to avoid misleading or deceptive electoral advertisements and other communications 

Britain follows Australia’s lead in digital platforms scrutiny 

The British government has announced that it will probe the impact of Google and Facebook on the media 

What you need to know: Selling pets in Victoria

To allow traceability of sellers of pets, it is an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identification number...

Guidelines for online reviews and endorsements

“Compliance…will build consumer confidence in online reviews, and help review platforms, traders and digital influencers avoid regulatory action.”

Sustainability policy responses 2018

NewsMediaWorks response to policy documents regarding sustainability

The circular economy represents massive opportunities for news media

NewsMediaWorks responds to the NSW EPA’s discussion paper on the circular economy, Too Good To Waste.

Prime Minister backs media consolidation

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull added his support for the proposed $4.2 billion merger of the Nine Network and Fairfax Media, which he credited to...

Applications extended for government’s innovation fund

The Australian government has extended the deadline to apply for the Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund to Friday, August 10.

Publishers recommit to recycling objectives

The print publishing industry is resisting regulation on its recycling scheme in light of an Australian government review of the Product Stewardship Act, and instead...