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WILLIAM BOWE | UNCATEGORIZED | 1 UNLOCK?

Poll Bludger: voters spoilt for choice in NSW byelections

Looming byelections in the NSW seats of Newcastle and Charlestown will be an all-in (except for the Libs, of course) multi-party splash.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 15 UNLOCK?

Embarrassed government to change course on Ebola?

The government is expected to reverse its opposition to sending personnel to west Africa to fight Ebola after being embarrassed domestically and internationally on the issue.

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CPI result shows soft wages offsetting the dollar

Australia’s already low inflation rate has fallen further, while wages are likely to remain subdued — meaning lower demand in the economy, something business isn’t very happy about, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 6 UNLOCK?

Gough: where modern politics started

Gough Whitlam wasn’t merely a giant figure in Labor: he was a key politician in the transition to contemporary politics.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 8 UNLOCK?

Essential: voters happy with government’s Ebola response

Voters back the government’s unwillingness to send personnel to respond to Ebola in west Africa, but aren’t happy about the economy and the Coalition’s recent momentum has faded.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 2

ASIS agents fired guns while boozing, and lied to IGIS about it

The government wants Australians to entrust the Australian Secret Intelligence Service with ever-greater intelligence-gathering powers, but ASIS can’t even keep guns out of the hands of agents who have been drinking.

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Media briefs: Greste on war and journalism … craggy-faced women … SMH questions Baird …

Could Australia tolerate a crabby-faced woman on its TV screens, asks Virginia Trioli. And other media tidbits of the day.

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UNCATEGORIZED | 7 UNLOCK?

Tips and rumours

The PM believes in radio … working for the dole as a journo … preference gossip in Victoria …

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 10 UNLOCK?

Trade officials gather in Canberra — to undermine the national interest

Canberra is hosting the current round of talks to try to conclude the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty — despite the damage it will inflict on the national interest.

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Letter from Rob Oakeshott: thank you for contracting Ebola

Former federal independent MP Rob Oakeshott thanks Ebola victim Thomas Duncan — his death will be a wake-up call to the “advanced” world.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 14 UNLOCK?

Intelligence committee wants ‘foreign fighter’ changes — and a much bigger role

The powerful Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security wants significant changes to the government’s “foreign fighters” legislation — and a much greater future role for itself in overseeing legislation.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 10 UNLOCK?

Your quick guide to multinational tax dodging

Multinational tax avoidance is a truly massive problem — but defining it is the first of many challenges.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 12 UNLOCK?

Essential: Abbott gains ground, and what do voters think about wealth?

The Coalition and Tony Abbott re gaining ground with voters on the back of national security, but so far the gains have come from the minor parties.

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BERNARD KEANE | UNCATEGORIZED | 5 UNLOCK?

The end of Tinder for Mandarins? PM&C cracks down on social media

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet’s already absurd social media restrictions are now even sillier and more draconian.

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