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Tired of terror: Abbott needs a new agenda, and quick

Tired of terror: Abbott needs a new agenda, and quick

The government has lost control of the political agenda to Labor. But what can it shift the discussion to?

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Ricky Muir, the secret lefty revhead

Ricky Muir, the secret lefty revhead

When Ricky Muir came into the Senate, everyone expected him to vote with the Coalition, at least on national security. Boy, were they wrong. Crikey intern Aron Lewin and writer-at-large Guy Rundle explain.

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Abbott loves Glen Campbell (and other stories from Greg Sheridan’s memoir)

Abbott loves Glen Campbell (and other stories from Greg Sheridan’s memoir)

The launch for Greg Sheridan’s memoir, When We Were Young and Foolish, featured a very nostalgic Prime Minister.

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Cyber report seeks to justify more national security overreach

Cyber report seeks to justify more national security overreach

Australian networks are vulnerable to hacking, says the government. But not to worry, there is a solution — more government intervention.

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Tips and rumours

More Libs believe in aliens than climate change … submarine spruiker shot down? … Turnbull takes the train …

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Obama’s historic Kenya visit: a land of promise, in a moment of peril

Obama’s recent visit to Kenya spotlighted a country at a crossroads, at once dependent on Chinese investment, and entranced by Western culture. Writer and broadcaster Kirsten Drysdale explains.

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Some journos make false statements to Press Council, says ex-Press Council boss

The vast majority of Australians don’t trust the media. And former Press Council chairman Julian Disney is right there with them.

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Up close and personal with Margaret Andrews

Author Benjamin Law is all for public debate. He’s all for feisty discussion. But the bizarre confrontation in the queue for a book signing with Margaret Andrews, wife of government minister Kevin Andrews, at this week’s national conference for Family Relationships Services Australia took the cake.

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Media briefs: and the most trusted newspaper is … Zahra backs papers … man overboard …

Using maths to reveal the newspaper Australians trust most. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Business bites: coal in the red … CarsGuide misled … VW ahead …

Carsales has defeated CarsGuide in the Victorian Supreme Court. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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Isentia Index: all hands on deck as Labor hosts national conference

It was all about the ALP national conference and BBish’s travel entitlements.

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DECODER

WHAT WAS SAID:

"I won't be resigning but I will be working very hard to make sure that I mean my apology ..."

"I'm not sorry, but I will pay back the money to shut you all up."

Bronwyn Bishop
Election Deciders
The Power Index profiles the influential insiders, flacks and tabloid hacks.
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The campaign directors
1
The strategists
2
The spinners
3
The unionists
4
The lobbyists
5
The ad creatives
6
The money bags
7
The TV directors
8
The tabloid editors
9

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