The future of journalism, farewelling Martin Amis and secrets of a hostage negotiator

Some weeks, more seems to happen. This week has been been one of those (a lot in Bakhmut, a US presidential race heating up, goodbyes to Martin Amis and Tina Turner, badbye to Rolf Harris, a budget in Victoria, an inferno in Sydney … and, on top of all this, it looks as though the orcas are after revenge). But my favourite moment of note this morning is that today, 27 May, is 10 years to the day since the Guardian launched in Australia.

At Thursday night’s celebration, the same idea kept coming up: that this website is built on its community of readers. Your stories, your voices, your…

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