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High Court decision on Cunneen will decide the fate of ICAC

The High Court’s latest ruling is likely to have sweeping consequences for ICAC, writes senior associate at Maddocks specialising in public law Todd Neal for The Mandarin.

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Business bites: RBA takes a stand … Morrison re-brands … payments Snowball out of hand …

Newly minted Social Services Minister Scott Morrison left Immigration a total mess. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Hey square eyes: here’s an A to Z of how to use your TV

Freelance writer Peter Green takes a look at the privacy, perfidy and piracy dominating the wide world of television.

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The Right is alive and well

Crikey readers have their say on the decline of the Right and other issues of the day.

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Media briefs: back to business … Mirror phone hacking emerges … please don’t shoot …

Emma Alberici admits she doesn’t watch Lateline when Tony Jones is hosting. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

LNP have women’s lunch at men’s club … NSW election campaign gets dirty … the changing language of Joe Hockey …

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Crikey says: death is not the answer

Keane: the dangerous lie that’s driven us back to Iraq. LNP celebrates men-only women’s day. The Age apologises for terror-teen mix-up. Rundle: loathsome Lynton’s grubby fingerprints. Clive calls for PM suicide. Baird’s Faustian pact with Abbott. High Court reaches decision on Cunneen corruption charge. Bolt’s impassioned plea for same-sex marriage. And wham, bam, thank you Stan — Crikey’s guide to using your TV in the internet age.

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Re-imagining the future office space

Glimpse into a working life where collaboration, greater mobility and artificial employees are enabled by technology

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Business bites: Brookes steps down … Ten in struggle town … how Myer can turn it round …

After nine years of service, Myer’s CEO is finally stepping down. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Is Luke Foley really in favour of same-sex marriage?

Crikey readers have their say on same-sex marriage, and the idea of bringing back estate taxes.

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Media briefs: Sunrise steals vision … Netflix arrives … Brooks a Luddite …

Seven always complains about Nine and Ten taking its vision. So why was Sunrise playing a clip off the ABC’s Australian Story this morning? And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Budgie smugglers as far as the eye can see … reporters pay for footage … big gas paying to take attention from activists …

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Crikey says: save the Bali Nine — and Indonesia

Keane on the lives that have been lost training Iraq’s troops. Why you’ll soon see more ads on SBS. How Hockey’s intergenerational number-fudging is hurting Australia. Turnbull’s verbiage out of vogue. Rundle on the stalking of Gillian Triggs. Bandt’s bundle of joy. FTA hopes flushed after Hep A scandal. Essential: voters back Abbott’s national security push. How Islamic State wins over schoolgirls. And meet the man who got Channel Nine to foot his hostel bill.

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Crikey 15: media revolution — a 2001 timeline

As part of our ongoing 15th birthday celebrations, Crikey looks back at 2001, the year that was.

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Kaspar Wowser

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Who murdered Boris Nemtsov?

Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov was murdered and left lying in the streets of Moscow. Was he murdered by the state? By Ukrainian nationals looking for a martyr? By a jealous lover? Freelance journalist Sasha Petrova reports.

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A simple solution to halve the national debt (who likes birthday presents anyway?)

The sky is falling! Australia’s debt-to-GDP ratio could cross the 100% threshold! Heavens to Betsy! But don’t worry, economist Tom Westland has an elegant plan to save the Australian economy.

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Business bites: Myer’s new CEO … petrol won’t say low … Buffett has a real go …

China’s economy continues the slow march. And other business tidbits of the day.

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The harsh reality of the death penalty

Crikey readers have their say on Abbott, the death penalty and other issues of the day.

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Media briefs: slicing 7.30FT goes metered … Weisbrot settles in …

Fairfax puts a Labor pollie on the wrong side of history. And other media tidbits of the day.

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Tips and rumours

Liberals go missing in NSW … Disability activist not welcome at conference … curious George’s inbox about to fill up …

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Crikey says: how to roll Tony Abbott

Keane: how crooks and cartels will benefit from data retention. Whodunit? What the Russian media are saying about Boris Nemtsov’s murder. Has Australia really abandoned the search for MH370? The biting wit of Tracker Tilmouth. What Luke Foley has in common with Tony Abbott. The Labor hopeful fighting WITH Islamic State? NSW Liberals ditch the Mad Monk. Disability activists locked out of disability summit? And get that knighthood ready: we’ve solved the debt crisis.

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Abbott’s reaction to Forgotten Children report straight from Howard playbook

The government has responded to the AHRC report into children in immigration detention much as you might expect from Howard’s 1997 Coalition, writes freelance journalist Andrei Ghoukassian.

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Business bites: Rio ‘streamlines’ … coal price declines … Glencore shuts its mines …

Rio Tinto’s “streamlining” is great for shareholders — less so for workers. And other business tidbits of the day.

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Stop the votes: AEC commissioner calls for ID at polling booths

High numbers of apparent multiple voting has electoral commissioner Tom Rogers concerned about the integrity of Australia’s elections. Are ID requirements the answer? The Mandarin journalist Harley Dennett reports.

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