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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (Image: AAP/Dan Himbrechts)

Do ANY rules apply to an increasingly arrogant Gladys Berejiklian?

Gladys Berejiklian appears to think the rules don't apply to her. What if NSW voters took the same approach?

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Court of Appeal throws wrench in insurers’ get-out-of-paying pandemic scheme

When it comes to pandemic coverage always read the fine print — particularly if you're the one who wrote it, as at least one insurance company has found out.

Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas (Image: AAP/James Ross)

As Victoria piles on recovery debt, should we be worried about its ability to pay?

Debt and deficit aren't the political bugbears they once were, but as Victoria throws borrowed money at its recovery there is some cause for concern.

Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas and Premier Daniel Andrews (Image: AAP/Erik Anderson)

Figuring it out

Good morning, early birds. The Victorian government has handed down a budget that will grow debt to $154.8 billion in 2023/24 in an effort to boost employment, and the NSW government is today expected to ease a raft of COVID-19 restrictions from December 1. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce (Image: AAP/Biance De Marchi)

Qantas’ vaccine mandate is absolutely legal — and not the first of its kind

Qantas passengers travelling internationally will have to prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19. Fair call?

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In with a decent shot

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.

South Australian Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas and Premier Steven Marshall (Image: Facebook/AAP/Kelly Barnes)

Politicians sniff the COVID winds and pick their targets carefully

SA opposition leader Peter Malinauskas has definitely been reading the opinion polls.

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Ease-y does it

Good morning, early birds. Restrictions have eased slightly in Victoria, with chief health officer Brett Sutton announcing he is "confident" the state has no community transmission, and Australia's Chief of Army maintains he and other high-ranking officials were blind to the alleged war crimes happening under their watch. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall (Image: AAP/David Mariuz)

Super strain? Super feign. No evidence to support SA’s claims of a more dangerous coronavirus 

Adelaide's health authorities are pushing stories of a 'particularly sneaky' strain of COVID-19. The only problem: there's no evidence.

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