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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 1 UNLOCK?

Committee lashes out at lack of a key national security role

The powerful parliamentary intelligence committee has expressed its displeasure at the ongoing lack of a key security role within government.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 16 UNLOCK?

Keane: govt hoisted by its own FOFA petard

The government’s half-smart decision to try to sneak its repeal of FOFA through parliament has ended up costing it dearly.

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How much of the Murdoch agenda has the government delivered?

The government is well on the way to delivering the Murdochs what they want in media policy, write Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 14 UNLOCK?

Poor week for the government, but will Lambie make life easier?

As politics switches focus to the G20 and foreign visitors, the government’s woes continue.

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SOPHIE BENJAMIN | UNCATEGORIZED | 4 UNLOCK?

Crikey says: G20 won’t achieve much, but that’s just fine

EXCLUSIVE: SBS insider speaks out about secret plans to slash current affairs show Dateline. Mayne confronts Murdoch about those leaked docs. Keane on the big news that got buried this week. Westpac’s false rumour monger revealed. The shifting alliances in Vic preference swap deal. Rundle on the strange evisceration of a great American president. Circulation nosedives at Fairfax. And Brisbane locals put their G20 complaints into song.

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GUY RUNDLE | UNCATEGORIZED | 11 UNLOCK?

Rundle: stars ‘n’ stripes ‘n’ Frappuccinos forever

As Veterans Day goes by, Crikey’s writer-at-large witnesses first-hand the cost of glorifying military service.

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LUKE BUCKMASTER | UNCATEGORIZED |

Discount tickets won’t save Aussie cinema — try innovation

Cutting the price of Australian film tickets won’t make them more competitive, it’ll cheapen the whole industry.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 4

Benign jobs report won’t suit the doomsayers

October jobs data shows the economy isn’t faltering, even if we treat the ABS’s numbers with caution, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.

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GUY RUNDLE | UNCATEGORIZED | 18

Rundle: a bloodbath for the Dems — but America moved Left

America has turned red overnight, but a number of progressive laws also got over the line, reports Crikey’s writer at large.

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GLENN DYER | UNCATEGORIZED | 1

Would John Malone help out a Murdoch by buying Ten? Don’t count on it

Old feuds and buried hatreds cement Ten Network’s reputation as a poisoned chalice.

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GUY RUNDLE | UNCATEGORIZED | 3

Rundle: Republicans on track for major midterm victory

The end of the Obama era is upon us, and the Republicans are ready to strike back.

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Parting blows from Napthine government cause angry backlash

As the Napthine government moves to caretaker mode, Crikey’s Victorian election correspondent Dan Moss looks at some of the scorched earth left in its wake.

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MYRIAM ROBIN | UNCATEGORIZED |

Is News Corp going into financial services?

As profits are squeezed in the media sector, Eureka Report is moving into financial services. But the journalists involved insist it won’t jeopardise their journalism.

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STEPHEN MAYNE | UNCATEGORIZED | 7

Mayne: how Crown prince Packer conquered Melbourne

The Packer family’s historical influence on Victorian politics helps us better understand the upcoming election.

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