Australian cartoonist, artist and writer Judy Horacek has just re-released her 2002 anthology, I am woman, hear me draw, with a whole new chapter. She took some time out to answer a few questions for Will Mumford and the Walk
The big difference between investigating an article compared to a book, says Claire Scobie, is the a
Heading into its second year, The Global Mail website is carving a niche for deep-dive projects and
Andrew Hunter and Hal Crawford started Share Wars to analyse how news stories were being shared on s
24 October 2013
The election is over but Australia’s new fact-checking groups live on. Peter Fray, editor-in-chief of PolitiFact, and Russell Skelton, editor of ABC Fact Check, tell us why that’s important. Illustration by Sharon Murdoch
22 October 2013
Sarah Oakes put feminism, not fashion, at the heart of the Daily Life website and is getting close to a million unique visitors a month. Cartoon by Gregory Myers.
11 October 2013
Billionaire Clive Palmer and the power of parliamentary privilege is a bewitching concept, and Sean Parnell has been watching the almost* elected MP for years. Illustration by Anton Emdin.
23 July 2013
Stephanie Peatling did a count of bylines and talking heads, and found that news in Australia is still dominated by men
23 July 2013
Erdem Koç has seen Turkey become the world’s biggest prison for journalists.
16 July 2013
It’s not nothing having a crowdfund pay for your travel to Beijing, but Matthew Clayfield still finances most of his foreign correspondence with the help of American Express.