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  1. Sydney Morning Herald Breaking News - Breaking news stories from Australian Associated Press AAP.
  2. Sydney Morning Herald: Cricket - International and domestic news, results and columns. Australia.
  3. Stop Clapping, This Is Serious - Article from the Sydney Morning Herald examines his views on the current state of politics, comedy, and satire.
  4. Sydney Morning Herald: George - George in the Jungle, article with photo.
  5. Moir, Alan - Recent and archived favorite cartoons, caricatures, essays, and a guide to beginning cartoons by the Sydney Morning Herald cartoonist.
  6. The Sydney Morning Herald - Euthanasia Debate - Articles about end-of-life choice campaigns and individuals who have hastened their deaths.
  7. The Sydney Morning Herald: Bali Blasts - Archive of news online coverage of the Bali bombings and aftermath.
  8. Osman-Chin, Rachael - Contact details and samples of an Australian freelance writer whose work is published in weekend editions of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
  9. My Small Business - Tips on how to startup, manage and grow a small business; from Fairfax Media's Sydney Morning Herald.
  10. Sydney Morning Herald: SARS - Special coverage of the outbreak, with emphasis on Australian cases and Asian travel issues.
  11. Spinning Around - Information overload isn't just sending individuals around the bend, it's hurting productivity, writes David Adams. [The Sydney Morning Herald]
  12. Sydney Morning Herald: The Rage in Placid Lake - Negative review by Paul Byrnes, suggesting that the director "struggles to find the right tone".
  13. Sydney Morning Herald - Few Viewers Complained About Baise-Moi - Article states that Chief censor Des Clark admits in a Senate estimates committee hearing that only few people who saw the French movie complained.
  14. Sydney Morning Herald - Cinema Interruptus - Article states that police stopped screenings of the sexually explicit French film Bais Moi at two Sydney cinemas.
  15. The Sydney Morning Herald - Insomnia - Paul Byrnes discusses the remake of a 1997 Norwegian thriller, in which Stellan Skarsgard was a sleep-deprived Swedish detective in the endless daylight of a northern summer.
  16. The Sydney Morning Herald: Love's Brother - Review by Sandra Hall.
  17. Sydney Morning Herald - Lost In La Mancha - Article describes how Terry Gilliam tried to film his version of the Don Quixote story in Spain in September 2000, shooting lasted all of six days, before a series of disasters shut it down.
  18. Crikey, it's raw Stevo! - Sydney Morning Herald article and interview.
  19. Rachel Griffiths a New Year's bride - Australian actress Rachel Griffiths has wed artist Andrew Taylor in a candle-lit New Year's Eve ceremony in Melbourne. The Sydney Morning Herald.
  20. A life of sex, booze and tiddlywinks - The Sydney Morning Herald's obituary of the 4th Earl of Kimberley, the most-married man in the peerage and a former player of the game.


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    The Sydney Morning Herald


    The Sydney Morning Herald
    The Sydney Morning Herald logo.svg
    Sydney Morning Herald front page 12-12-2005.jpg
    The front page of The Sydney Morning Herald
    on 30 March 2007.
    Type Daily newspaper
    Format Compact (weekdays), Broadsheet (Saturdays)
    Owner Fairfax Media
    Founder Ward Stephens, Frederick Stokes and William McGarvie
    Editor-in-chief Darren Goodsir
    Founded 18 April 1831 (182 years, 254 days)
    Political alignment Moderate
    Language English
    Headquarters 1 Darling Island Road, Pyrmont NSW
    Circulation 186,000[1] (Mon to Fri average, ABC, Dec 2012)
    292,989[1] (Saturdays, ABC, Dec 2012)
    Sister newspapers The Sun-Herald (Sunday edition)
    The Age (Melbourne)
    ISSN 0312-6315
    OCLC number 226369741
    Official website www.smh.com.au

    The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) is a daily compact newspaper published by Fairfax Media in Sydney. Founded in 1831 as the Sydney Herald, the SMH is the oldest continuously published newspaper in Australia.[2] The newspaper is published six days a week, with a broadsheet edition on Saturdays. The newspaper's Sunday counterpart, The Sun-Herald, is published in tabloid format. It is available at outlets in Sydney, regional New South Wales, Canberra and South East Queensland (Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast).


    Sydney Morning Herald Overview


    The Sydney Morning Herald is historically credited with high standards of journalism but in recent years it has been criticised for declining standards, with an increased focus on gossip, large photographs and racier headlines.[3]

    The paper is often criticised for being left-wing.[4] The Herald does employ journalists who have a left-leaning inclination, like feminist Adele Horin.[5] It also employs journalists like Peter Hartcher, who is recognised as a balenced commentator.[6] Finally, the paper also prints regular opinnion columns from conservative commentators like Paul Sheehan and Gerard Henderson.

    Fairfax Media publishes a variety of supplements, including the magazines Good Weekend (which is included in the Saturday editions of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald; and the(sydney)magazine, with a counterpart the(melbourne)magazine released in the sister-city publication. There are a variety of lift-outs, some of them co-branded with Fairfax Media's online classified advertising sites:

    • The Guide (television) on Monday
    • Good Living (food) and Domain (real estate) on Tuesday
    • Money (personal finance) on Wednesday
    • Drive (motor), Metro (entertainment) on Friday
    • News Review, Spectrum (arts and entertainment guide), Domain (real estate), Drive (motoring) and MyCareer (employment) on Saturday

    Defunct sections include a dot-com section called Biz.com published in the late 1990s and a youth section called Radar published in the early 2000s. In a cost-cutting drive, editorial production of several of these sections was outsourced in 2008.[citation needed]

    According to Roy Morgan Research Readship Surveys, in the twelve months to March 2011, the paper was read 766,000 times on Monday to Friday, and read 1,014,000 times on Saturdays.[7] The Audit Bureau of Circulations audit on newspaper circulation states that on average in excess of 209,500 copies sold per day, Monday to Friday, and 340,127 copies of the Saturday edition sold.[8]

    The editor is Darren Goodsir. Former editors include citation needed]


    Sydney Morning Herald History


    The cover of the newspaper's first edition, on 18 April 1831

    Three employees of the now-defunct John Fairfax purchased the operation, renaming it The Sydney Morning Herald the following year. Fairfax, whose family were to control the newspaper for almost 150 years, based his editorial policies "upon principles of candour, honesty and honour. We have no wish to mislead; no interest to gratify by unsparing abuse or indiscriminate approbation."

    The SMH was late to the trend of printing news rather than just advertising on the front page, doing so from 15 April 1944. Of the country's metropolitan dailies, only The West Australian was later in making the switch. In 1949, the newspaper launched a Sunday edition, The Sunday Herald. Four years later, this was merged with the newly acquired Sun newspaper to create The Sun-Herald, which continues to this day.

    In 1995, the company launched smh.com.au, the newspaper's web edition. The site has since grown to include interactive and multimedia features beyond the content in the print edition. Around the same time, the organisation moved from Jones Street to new offices at Chullora, in the city's west. The SMH has since moved with other Sydney Fairfax divisions to a building at Darling Island.

    In May 2007, Fairfax Media announced it would be moving from a broadsheet format to the smaller "compact" or tabloid-size, in the footsteps of The Times, for both The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.[10] Fairfax Media dumped these plans later in the year. However, in June 2012, Fairfax Media again announced it planned to shift both broadsheet newspapers to tabloid size, in March 2013.[11] Fairfax also announced it would cut staff across the entire group by 1,900 over three years and erect paywalls around the papers' websites.[12] The subscription type is to be a freemium model, limiting readers to a number of free stories per month, with a payment required for further access.[13] The announcement was part of an overall "digital first" strategy of increasingly digital or on-line content over printed delivery, to "increase sharing of editorial content", and to assist the managements wish for "full integration of its online, print and mobile platforms".[12]

    In July 2013 it was announced that the SMH's news director, Darren Goodsir, will become Editor-in-Chief, replacing Sean Aylmer.[14]


    Sydney Morning Herald Political viewpoint


    Historically, the SMH has been a conservative newspaper.[citation needed] It did not endorse the Australian Labor Party at any election until 1984 or at a state election until 2003.

    During the 2004 Australian federal election the Herald announced it would "no longer endorse one party or another at election time". The newspaper said the policy might yet be revised: "A truly awful government of any colour, for example, would bring reappraisal."[15] The Herald subsequently endorsed the conservative Coalition at the 2007 NSW State election,[16] but endorsed Labor at the 2007 and 2010 Federal elections.[17]

    The newspaper has in recent years attempted to spearhead political campaigns, including the "Campaign for Sydney" (planning and transport) and "Earth Hour" (environment).[citation needed]


    Sydney Morning Herald Notable contributors



    Sydney Morning Herald Ownership


    Fairfax went public in 1957 and grew to acquire interests in magazines, radio and television. The group collapsed spectacularly on 11 December 1990 when [18]


    Sydney Morning Herald Content



    Sydney Morning Herald Column 8

    Column 8 is a short column to which Herald readers send their observations of interesting happenings. It was first published on 11 January 1947.[19] The name comes from the fact that it originally occupied the final (8th) column of the broadsheet newspaper's front page. In a front-page redesign in the lead-up to the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000, Column 8 moved to the back page of the first section from 31 July 2000.[20]

    The content tends to the quirky, typically involving strange urban occurrences, instances of confusing signs (often in Engrish), word play, and discussion of more or less esoteric topics.[21]

    The column is also sometimes affectionately known as Granny, after a fictional grandmother who supposedly edited it. The old Granny logo was used for the first 20 years of the column and is occasionally resurrected for a special retrospective.[19] The logo was a caricature of Sydney Deamer, originator of the column and its author for 14 years.[20][22]

    It was edited for 15 years by George Richards, who retired on 31 January 2004.[19][23] Other editors besides Deamer and Richards have been Duncan Thompson, Bill Fitter, Col Allison, Jim Cunningham, and briefly, Peter Bowers and Lenore Nicklin.[23] The column is currently edited by Pat Sheil.[24]


    Sydney Morning Herald Opinion

    The Opinion section is a regular of the daily newspaper, containing opinion on a wide range of issues. Mostly concerned with relevant political, legal and cultural issues, the section presents work by regular columnists, including Herald political columnist Phillip Coorey, Paul Sheehan and Richard Ackland, as well occasional reader-submitted content.


    Sydney Morning Herald Good Weekend

    Good Weekend is a liftout magazine that is distributed with both The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on Saturdays.

    It contains, on average, four feature articles written by its stable of writers and syndicated from overseas as well as sections on food, wine and fashion.

    Writers include Greg Bearup.

    Other sections include "Modern Guru", which features humorous columnists including Danny Katz responding to the everyday dilemmas of readers; a Samurai Sudoku; and "The Two Of Us", containing interviews with a pair of close friends, relatives or colleagues.

    Good Weekend is edited by Ben Naparstek. Previous editors include Judith Whelan and Fenella Souter.


    Sydney Morning Herald Digitisation


    The paper has been partially digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program (ANDP) project of the National Library of Australia.[25][26][27]


    Sydney Morning Herald See also



    Sydney Morning Herald References


    1. ^ a b "Fairfax Media Ad Centre". Fairfax Media. Retrieved 4 May 2013. 
    2. ^ Lagan, Bernard. "Breaking: News and hearts at the Herald". Global Mail. Digital Global Mail Limited. Retrieved 21 June 2012. 
    3. ^ Manning, Peter (3 October 2006). "Calling them to account: How can we demand higher standards from our failing news media?" (transcript). UTS Speaks (University of Technology Sydney). Retrieved 2007-09-19. 
    4. ^ "Who will hire these redundant left wing journalists?" (in Australian English). Australian Conservative. 28/8/08. Retrieved 8/12/13.  |coauthors= requires |author= (help)
    5. ^ Glover, Richard (2005). Desperate Husbands. Pymble, NSW: HarperCollins. ISBN ISBN 978-0732282509 Check |isbn= value (help). 
    6. ^ "Biography". Peter Hartcher's website. Retrieved 8/12/13. "He is acknowledged as an independent, non-partisan commentator. He has never joined, worked for or contributed to any politician or political party. A survey of Australia's political pundits by Crikey said that there was no more balanced commentator." 
    7. ^ "Roy Morgan Readership estimates for Australia for the 12 months to March 2011". Roy Morgan Research. 14 May 2011. Retrieved 5 July 2011. 
    8. ^ "The Sydney Morning Herald: Audience". Fairfax Media Advertising Centre. Fairfax Media. March 2011. Retrieved 5 July 2011. 
    9. ^ John Langdon Bonython, Address of the President, Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, Volume XXIV, Parts 1 and 2, 1933-34, p8.
    10. ^ Tabakoff, Nick (3 May 2007). "'Smage' journos must adapt". The Australian (News Limited). Retrieved 5 July 2011. 
    11. ^ Souter, Gavin (1 March 2013). "History makes way for compact future". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 1 March 2013. 
    12. ^ a b Zappone, Chris (18 June 2012). "Fairfax to shed 1900 staff, erect paywalls". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 18 June 2012. 
    13. ^ Simpson, Kirsty (18 June 2012). "Fairfax moves to 'freemium' model". The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax Media). Retrieved 18 June 2012. 
    14. ^ "New Sydney Morning Herald Editor-in-Chief announced". Sydney Morning Herald. July 30, 2013. 
    15. ^ "It's time for a vote of greater independence". Editorial (The Sydney Morning Herald). 7 October 2004. 
    16. ^ "Why NSW cannot afford four more years of Labor". Editorial (The Sydney Morning Herald). 22 March 2007. 
    17. ^ "The more they stay the same …". Editorial (The Sydney Morning Herald). 24 November 2007. 
    18. ^ Ruth Park (1999). Ruth Park's Sydney. Duffy & Snellgrove. ISBN 1-875989-45-5. 
    19. ^ a b c "26.19 Granny George calls it a day" (pdf (20 pages)). Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (Queensland: ANHG via the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism & Communication Website) (26): 5. February 2004. Archived from the original on 16 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
    20. ^ a b "8.37 Changes in the Herald: Who will make me smile before breakfast?" (pdf (19 pages)). Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (Queensland: ANHG via the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism & Communication Website) (8): 17–18. August 2000. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
    21. ^ "41.26 Has the world gone mad? Column 8 at 60" (pdf (20 pages)). Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (Queensland: ANHG via the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism & Communication Website) (41): 8. February 2007. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
    22. ^ Souter, Gavin (1983). "Deamer, Sydney Harold (1891–1962)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
    23. ^ a b Ramsey, Alan (4 February 2004). "George has moved on but his Granny still lives". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2008-01-15. 
    24. ^ "32.31 Column 8 Changes Style" (pdf (20 pages)). Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (Queensland: ANHG via the University of Queensland’s School of Journalism & Communication Website) (32). May 2005. Archived from the original on 16 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-01-15. "The Column 8 has a new editor, Pat Sheil, and he is changing the style of the 58-year-old Sydney Morning Herald column. “I am trying to make it a bit edgier than it was,” he told MediaWeek (11 April 2005, p.6). “Basically, Column 8 should be like a chat, without making it too trite or stupid.” George Richards edited Column 8 for fifteen and a half years before retiring early last year (see ANHG 26.19). James Cockington edited it until handing over to Sheil in February this year." 
    25. ^ "Newspaper and magazine titles". Trove Digitised newspapers and more. National Library of Australia. Retrieved 5 June 2013. 
    26. ^ "Newspaper Digitisation Program". National Library of Australia. Retrieved 5 June 2013. 
    27. ^ Brown, Jerelynn (2011). "Tabloids in the State Library of NSW collection: A reflection of life in Australia". Australian Journal of Communication 38 (2): 107–121. 

    Sydney Morning Herald Further reading


    • Gavin Souter (1981) Company of Heralds: a century and a half of Australian publishing by John Fairfax Limited and its predecessors, 1831-1981 Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Press, ISBN 0522842186
    • Gavin Souter (1992) Heralds and angels: the house of Fairfax 1841-1992 Ringwood, Victoria: Penguin Books, ISBN 0140173307

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