Western Australian politicians use Clive Palmer as their go-to hate figure, Melbourne copes as best it can and is Quaden Bayles going to sue News Corp?
The Conservative Political Action Committee returns to our shores, aged care marketing vs the reality and Pauline Hanson passes around the hat.
Victoria has seen little respite in its troubling Coronavirus surge, more Ruby Princess questions are raised and Western Australians have a pretty emphatic answer for Clive Palmer...
Melissa Price refuses to present in the presence of media, Queensland sees a grotesque media storm with COVID-19 scapegoats, and South Australia waste fight turns radioactive.
Perth Mayor hopeful Basil Zempilas got more than he bargained for when he pushed a cohost for endorsement, and stop the press: Trump goes golfing... a lot. Plus other tips from the Crikey bunker.
Teachers, principals and parents are still waiting for instructions on what to do when their students have been exposed to COVID-19 — but officials are leaving them in the dark.
Albo goes for the throat (his own), Clive Palmer's misguided political play in Western Australia and UNSW responds to the Gigi Foster fallout.
Where in the world is the minister for women, and other Tips and Murmurs from the Crikey bunker.
Good morning, early birds. The government prioritises industrial relations 'reform', and forecasting predicts that an extra 240,000 Australians are likely to lose their jobs by Christmas. It's the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.
Ita Buttrose's remarks about young people couldn't have come at a worse time, while Craig Kelly cites a peer-reviewed climate study... kind of.