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  • Tuesday, November 12

    Climate hysteria puts Nats at odds with their base. Defamation threats highlight a fundamental legal imbalance. The media war over Ben Roberts-Smith. Plus, Monica Lewinsky and the UNSW’s Hidden Centre for Secret Ideas.

  • Monday, November 11

    Now is precisely the time to talk about climate change. Is The Age in decline? Everything NSW fire services could afford if they didn't have their budget slashed. Plus, the RBA spots an economic lift... in the 2020s.

  • Friday, November 8

    Review reminds us that nobody does failure like the ALP. Business groups ensure Australian workers can't win. The racing industry is no longer untouchable (no matter what News Corp says). Plus, it's time to stop getting mad online.

    This week is Inq Week here at Crikey. We're all extremely proud of everything the Inq team has accomplished, and to celebrate its four-month anniversary, we’ve torn down the paywall. Share all the in-depth reporting Inq has produced so far with your friends or revisit it yourself.  

  • Thursday, November 7

    Is there a less scrutinised area of public funding than drought relief? Chris Uhlmann misses the point of the global climate movement. The Liberals' 'shocking' admission on election signage. Plus, The West Australian honours the legacy of a very racist comedian.

  • Wednesday, November 6

    The police state comes from the government's friends. Nothing liberal about the Liberals' boycott ban. New psychoactive substances are making a mockery of drug laws. Plus, Ten counts its losses on the Melbourne Cup.

    This week is Inq Week here at Crikey. We're all extremely proud of Inq and to celebrate its four-month anniversary, we’ve torn down the paywall. Share all the in-depth reporting Inq has produced so far with your friends or revisit it yourself.

  • Tuesday, November 5

    It's official: Morrison's tax returns did nothing for the economy. News Corp bets big on the Melbourne Cup. The desperation behind anti-boycott laws. Plus, all the useless things we've done to 'save' the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Monday, November 4

    No fix in sight for the broken aged care system. Does Indonesia even want a free trade agreement? The Advertiser has some very strong ideas about muck-up day. Plus, a (future) obituary for Scott Morrison...

  • Friday, November 1

    Is call-out culture doing more harm than good? Canadian separatism gathers steam. Is it time to abandon the Melbourne Cup? Plus, Crikey fact-checks the IPA.

  • Thursday, October 31

    Inq investigates the conspiracy theorist who claims to have Scott Morrison's ear. Wage theft excuses don't stack up. The solution to Australia's apartment crisis. Plus, the journalists are revolting!

  • Wednesday, October 30

    Labor will need to dig deep to avoid a repeat of 2019. Is the government pork-barreling on drought funding? The UK heads to the polls for triumph or disaster. Plus, the News Corp journos jumping ship.