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Introducing a new way for Financial Review subscribers to stay up to date with ASX-listed company news.

From housing commission kid to $1.4b

Hear what it takes to earn your way onto The Australian Financial Review Rich Lists when season two of our podcast interview series returns on July 18.


Financial Review free for Qantas customers

The Australian Financial Review has signed a new deal with Qantas to make its digital content available to all the airline’s customers in its lounges and onboard flights.


Empires will crumble. Fortunes will be made

Hear the entrepreneurs leading the charge into the next industrial revolution. Listen to Tech Zero, the new podcast from our Carbon Challenge team. Listen for free here, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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AFR readership is up

The AFR is the fastest-growing daily newspaper brand

A surge in digital readers generated 7 per cent annual growth in overall readership in the year to March.

The new quarterly Fin Magazine is launching with its winter issue on May 13.

Financial Review launches new glossy lifestyle magazine

Meet Fin Magazine, The Australian Financial Review’s authoritative voice on style and travel.

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Cosima Marriner appointed Financial Review managing editor

The Australian Financial Review is delighted to announce the appointment of Cosima Marriner as managing editor.


AFR journalists win Citi Journalism Awards

The Australian Financial Review reporters have featured prominently at the prestigious Citi Journalism Awards for Excellence.

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Managing editor Joanne Gray is leaving the newspaper to join Pollination Group.

Joanne Gray leaves Financial Review to join Pollination

Joanne Gray is leaving the AFR to join climate change investment and advisory firm Pollination.

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AFR launches essential news guide to Australia’s energy transition

The Carbon Challenge newsletter and news hub will give business leaders, investors and policymakers the essential news and analysis they need on the critical issue of Australia’s energy transition.

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The Financial Review has had a 9 per cent annual readership increase.

Financial Review’s audience surges 9.4pc

The Australian Financial Review was the only top-selling newspaper brand to increase its readership over all four quarters last year.

December 2021

Trevor Sykes ringing the ASX bell at The Australian Financial Review’s 70th celebrations.

Financial Review celebrates 70th year by ringing bell at ASX

Former Pierpont columnist Trevor Sykes was given the honour of ringing the bell to open the markets and celebrate The Australian Financial Review’s 70th year.

The creators of The Sure Thing podcast, Lap Phan (left) and Angus Grigg.

AFR wins an Australian Podcast award

The Australian Financial Review has won Best Documentary podcast at the 2021 Australian Podcast Awards for The Sure Thing.

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November 2021

Australian Press Council.

Press Council backs AFR’s decision to name BBQs Galore man

Despite backlash from politicians and Media Watch, the council has found the naming of a businessman with COVID-19 to be in the public interest.

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Press Council Adjudication

The Press Council has decided that an article that named a person who contracted COVID-19 did not breach its Standards of Practice.


AFR wins two Kennedy Awards in ‘bumper news year’

Journalists from The Australian Financial Review have won two awards at the NRMA Kennedy Awards for Excellence in Journalism.

October 2021

Premium digital subscriptions to the Financial Review are growing by 20 per cent annually.

The Financial Review is hiring

The Australian Financial Review’s newsroom is expanding to support our rapidly growing subscriber base.

Listen now: Meet Australia’s newest tech billionaire

Julie-anne Sprague talks to Tony Walls, 57, a Wollongong boy who went straight to work from Port Kembla High School, attended university at night and spent all his spare time programming computers. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.

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In a competitive jobs market, employers wishing to retain staff need to offer their teams the opportunity to upgrade skills.

Executive Education hub for those who want to get ahead

The new hub on will showcase new careers and skills opportunities.

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 David Rowe has been nominated in the cartoon category at the 66th Walkley Awards for Spineless.

AFR scoops, podcast, cartoon are Walkley Awards finalists

Journalists and a cartoonist from The Australian Financial Review have been nominated in three categories for Australia’s top journalism awards.