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News media read by 17.5 million Australians, reaching 94% of the population: emma data

emma October data incorporates Nielsen Digital Content Ratings digital audiences for the first time.

Kleenheat pays $25,200 penalties over discount claims

Wesfarmers Kleenheat Gas has paid penalties totalling $25,200 after the ACCC issued two infringement notices for alleged false and misleading representations made about gas prices.

South Australian man faces criminal charges for dealing with counterfeit and unapproved medicines

Following investigations by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) the Adelaide Magistrates Court sentenced a South Australian man in relation to illegal acts involving counterfeit therapeutic...

ASIC warns Coffs Harbour locals to watch out for super spruikers

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is warning the public that superannuation spruikers promoting illegal use of self-managed super funds (SMSFs) are operating in the...

ASIC commences action against financial publisher and its director

ASIC has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court against Port Phillip Publishing, an online financial publisher and Australian financial services licence holder, and its director...

The ACCC releases preliminary report on digital platforms

ACCC goes hard on Facebook and Google, raises concerns about the impact on news media consumers in Australia.

Fake job advertisements in print and online

Scammers are understood to be posting fake job ads in newspapers and on recruitment websites.

Amazing facts about newspaper recycling

Sustainability is part of the story of Australian newspapers

Innovation the key to digital transition

News media needs to be more innovative in its design to attract and retain print and digital subscribers while appealing to young people

What we learned from the 2018 Deloitte Media Consumer Survey

Social media in decline, multitasking millennials and newspaper subscriptions on the rise

NT News celebrates outlandish headlines in latest book 

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Croc!’ remembers the headlines that ‘crocked the world’

Hearing aid retailers fined $2.5 million for misleading pensioners

The Federal Court has ordered hearing aid retailers Oticon Australia and Sonic Innovations to pay penalties totalling $2.5 million for misleading pensioners through newspaper advertisements...