Good morning, early birds. Attorney-General Christian Porter says it would take "exceptional circumstances" to approve the prosecution of journalists in whistleblowing cases, and Victoria's euthanasia laws come into effect. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
The two outlets that led the coverage of the biggest scandal in Australian politics have fallen silent on its aftermath.
It would take something special for the Coalition to win it from here. Still, the fog of war is thick enough that the full range of possibilities needs to be countenanced.
This is Australian politics' biggest scandal, and the most powerful people in the country are ensuring you know as little about it as possible.
Good morning, early birds. Attorney-General Christian Porter is under fire for appointing a former staffer to a lucrative position in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and Scott Morrison announces funding for the Snowy Hydro 2.0 scheme. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Despite paving the way for laws that could see journalists jailed, MP Andrew Hastie is apparently on the right side of media freedom now...
The government is trying dirty tricks in its efforts to prevent the public from knowing about its persecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery.
The government is desperate to hide its prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery. But who will benefit from a cover-up?
Embarrassing mistake? Terrifying attempt at dog-whistling? Both? We've broken down the timeline of the government's brush with white supremacist slogans.
The Morrison government is coming to be characterised by misjudgement — reflecting not just a lack of experience but a lack of core values.