As with most newspapers around the world, the front page of The Age today featured the terrorist attacks in France.
So far, what you'd expect from unbiased reporting.
Flip to the commentary pages, and the lead editorial is about the secrecy surrounding reasons why refugee claimants have been assessed as threats to Australia, and who have been held indefinitely in refugee facilities.
Of the letters selected by editorial staff for publication today, the lead handful are about climate change. Not a single letter was about the terrorist acts in France. It seems that neither the readers of The Age nor the editors are aware that terrorism is a much greater threat - and a potential 100 year threat - than alleged climate change, and that most of the terrorist threat is now from within, the people born in democracies or allowed to settle as refugees in democracies.
The Age editors and their readers, at least, seem to be in accord that terrorism is only a momentary front page story.