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Topic: Anthony Albanese
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Albo’s need for high speed

Good morning, early birds. Anthony Albanese has a high-speed vision for the economy post-COVID-19, and Chinese authorities are facing a potential new wave of coronavirus cases. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Morrison calls for WHO to become “weapons inspector”

Scott Morrison is calling for an investigation into China’s handling of the initial coronavirus outbreak and certain states are stepping up spending for visa holders and students who have been affected by the pandemic but are not eligible for the JobKeeper or JobSeeker schemes.

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Albo must speak for Australia— and those who fought for its democracy

Amid coronavirus panic, Anthony Albanese has an opportunity to defend what we've made — and Christian Porter's sneering cynicism is the perfect target. What does he have to lose?

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A cautious case for hope

Good morning, early birds. As social distancing, testing and tracing measures begin to work Down Under, Morrison's popularity is rising, and parliament's back, baby. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Labor needs to fight for democracy and a more radical plan

Damn the focus groups. Labor needs to act.

Anthony Albanese at the 42nd annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade in Sydney (Image: AAP/James Gourley)

Mainstream party or progressive coalition? Choose, Labor, choose

After Anthony Albanese's performance at Mardi Gras, it's clear Labor needs to pick a lane and stick to it.

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Smoko and Albo present contrasting catastrophe tactics

While Scott Morrison has stumbled from bungle to bungle in his bushfire response, Anthony Albanese, to the fury of progressives, is playing a long game.

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Will Albanese seas the day?

Good morning, early birds. For the first time ever, Anthony Albanese can say he is Australia's “preferred PM”, and the Coalition will today allocate $50 million to ecology recovery. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese and Energy Minister Angus Taylor (Image: RMIT ABC Fact Check)

Is the Snowy Mountains Scheme the achievement of the Coalition or Labor?

Both Labor and the Coalition have tried to take credit for the Snowy Mountain Scheme. Which party is right?

Government announces $1 billion drought stimulus

Good morning, early birds. The government has allocated another $1 billion to drought-stricken communities and Labor continues its internal bickering. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.