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ScoMo’s lockdown confidential … hail President McGowan … Albo gets graphic

Mark McGowan is getting bigger than the party, Clive Palmer goes on the attack once again, and just who else is in lockdown with Scott Morrison?

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The long, sad saga of Clive Palmer continues unabated

As Clive Palmer loses his lockdown challenge against the WA government, let's look back on the past decade or so of Palmerisms.

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Careful, we don’t want to give the bats COVID-19 (and other news you may have missed)

Bat researchers are social distancing (for the bats' sake), while Victoria flexes the police state and billionaires get some valuable public support.

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Where did Palmer’s death tax lie come from — and why is it so effective?

Clive Palmer has reignited the 'death tax' myth ahead of the Queensland election. Where does this lie come from, and why does it work?

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Not even phoning it in

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has cancelled today's national cabinet meeting as he cannot travel to Sydney due to "some technical problems", and the Victorian government is considering potentially increasing the 5km movement limit to 20km. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

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Cloudy with a chance of rising Greens: state poll is big test for Labor

It may be that the biggest election threat to the Palaszczuk government isn't the LNP, but inner-city Greens.

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Clive Palmer is up to his old tricks. Can new electoral rules derail his plans?

New donation rules aim to stop people like Clive Palmer from derailing elections. But experts are worried they won't be enough ...

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Tips and Murmurs: ABC reviews … Scott Cam builds influence … Palmer’s third party

Scott Cam shows his worth, a tale of two electoral commissions, and just what does the ABC think is public interest?

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Tips and Murmurs: Clive Palmer v the kids … Facebook fight … a more perfect union

Clive Palmer fails to strike out human rights objections to his new coal mine. Plus more tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.

‘Bad for democracy’: Facebook’s news ban could leave only the garbage behind

If — and it's still a big if — Facebook carries out its threat, it will hurt Australians much more than it will hurt itself.

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