Good morning, early birds. A vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University has up to 90% efficacy, and Energy Minister Angus Taylor is reportedly pushing for a national framework to force increased transparency on state and territory government energy policies. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The Ombudsman's Angus Taylor investigation ends with a whimper, Mike Nahan's poison kiss-off, and what are Sky's plans for South Australia?
Standing next to any state anti-corruption body, the powers and reach of the federal government's proposed Commonwealth Integrity Commission are deeply, deeply embarrassing.
What's happening with the Commonwealth Ombudsman? Plus more tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.
The PM has created a Potemkin policy village. He's learnt that it’s not whether you do nothing, it’s how you do that nothing that counts.
A cashed-up property developer with ties to the Coalition stands to win from the government’s much-lauded gas plan.
The government's energy policy has been written by fossil fuel companies, to promote the scams of the fossil fuel companies, with taxpayers handing money to fossil fuel companies.
Good morning, early birds. NBN Co will reportedly borrow $3.5 billion from private debt markets to fund national broadband upgrades, and the Victorian Greens, and Reason Party leader Fiona Patten have signalled they will push for amendments to the Andrews government's latest police bill. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The PM's messaging is very carefully cobbled together, but experts say it comes dangerously close to misinformation.
Good morning, early birds. The federal government reportedly bought land from a dairy farm operator at 10 times its market value, and Angus Taylor's "technology investment roadmap" will require key agencies to prioritise investments in five "low emissions" technologies. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.