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No name, voice or family. Who is this woman? Why was she abandoned?

Two weeks ago this elderly woman was left at Nambour Hospital. Today, police still have no answers.

Former Fortescue executive and current COVID-19 Commission head Nev Power  (Image: AAP)

The closed-door contracts flourishing in these COVID times

Increasingly, government contracts appear to be flying out the door with limited checks and balances.

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Collapse in home building reveals just how much Australia depends on migration

A new report about a collapse in the demand for new housing has driven home just how much the Australian economy relies on migrants.

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Why are we still locking returning travellers in hotels?

Sick with COVID? Stay at home. Return to Australia and test negative? Go to a hotel. It doesn't make any sense.

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Revealed: the Liberal, Murdoch networks making millions delivering 'Uber for aged care'

An organisation appointed to provide a surge workforce for aged care facilities is backed by a powerful business network with connections to the Liberal Party and News Corp.

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Staggering hypocrisy, re-writing history — Trump's America heads to a new low

The fight over the US Supreme Court following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is going to get ugly, fast.

University of Sydney has asked staff to 'suggest' how to cut up to 30% of jobs in some faculties.

A foreign-owned university gets government cash. Why not our public ones?

The National Tertiary Education Union says the Morrison government is deliberately decimating higher education.

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Audit office pings Electoral Commission for being too soft on parties

The AEC says it can only regulate political parties as far as politicians empower it — and fund it — to do so. Right now that's not very far...

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Gig economy saves the jobs market — a sign of things to come?

Don't be surprised if employers use the recession to employ more casuals and outsource more work.

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Scott Morrison and the case of the reappearing funding announcement (and other news you may have missed)

We swear we've heard this funding announcement before. Plus it's one step forward and two steps back for the mental health crisis.

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